A 25-hundred-acre wildfire is burning for a second day in the San Bernardino National Forest. The blaze near Arrowhead Springs is 25 percent contained. About a thousand firefighters are working the blaze. They´re concerned that dry weather and afternoon winds might spread the flames. No injuries are reported and no homes are threatened by the fire, which is near a state highway 60 miles east of Los Angeles. The fire broke out yesterday shortly after state firefighters finished setting a training blaze. The California Department of Forestry says it is investigating and will “make good” if it is found responsible.