Plano Reports 1st Human Chikungunya Case Of 2015Health officials in Plano have confirmed the city's first human case of the Chikungunya virus.
Garland Reports First Chikungunya Case Of YearThe person was infected with the virus during recent travel to Mexico and is no longer contagious.
First 2015 Case Of West Nile Reported In TexasThe Texas Department of Health is reporting its first case of West Nile this year.
Mosquito Season Begins In Dallas CountyDallas County Health and Human Services started urging residents on Monday to take the necessary precautions in order to avoid exposure to mosquitoes this year.
Eleventh Case Of Imported Chikungunya Virus Confirmed In Dallas Co.The Dallas County Health Department is reporting an 11th case of Chikungunya virus in the county.
7th Chikungunya Virus Case In Dallas CountyPublic health officials have confirmed a seventh case of chikungunya virus disease in Dallas County. The virus causes high fever, joint pain, muscle aches and a rash.
Dallas Co. Health Reports 4th Case Of Imported ChikungunyaDespite the recent cold weather snap in North Texas, a fourth case of imported Chikungunya virus has been confirmed in Dallas County according to officials with Dallas County Health and Human Services.
Third Case Of Chikungunya Virus Confirmed In Dallas County The Dallas County Health Department has confirmed another case of imported Chikungunya virus.
2nd Chikungunya Case In Dallas CountyDallas County Health and Human Services reported the county's second case of the Chikungunya virus this year. The virus is transmitted to humans through mosquito bites.
Doctors Want North Texans To Know Dangers Of ChikungunyaA health alert has been issued in North Texas, as Tarrant County diagnoses its first case of Chikungunya fever. Health workers want people who might be traveling to know the dangers of bringing the virus back to the area.
Chikungunya Virus Confirmed In Tarrant CountyPublic health officials in Tarrant County have confirmed the county's first case of the mosquito-borne chikungunya virus disease.
Trapped Mosquito Could Carry Rare VirusHealth officials in Houston believe they've trapped a mosquito carrying a virus known as chikungunya, raising the possibility of people becoming infected locally.