A fire official says containment has reached 50 percent on a wildfire burning in the same Central Texas county where a destructive blaze last month destroyed more than 1,500 homes. Texas Forest Service spokesman John Nichols said Wednesday that with winds and temperatures down overnight and humidity up, "the conditions were right for them to keep a pretty good handle on it." Nichols said the number of evacuated homes remained at 28 after earlier estimates of 50. Nichols says the 1,000-acre fire has not yet burned any structures and the homes are not in imminent danger, though residents will likely not be allowed back home until Thursday. Historic drought conditions in Texas have led to a rash of wildfires.