Aerial spraying will resume in Dallas County on Wednesday, after taking a break on Tuesday night, but not in those areas that have already been treated.
Well after the sun set on Thursday night, Dallas County launched two planes filled with mosquito-killing chemicals, in an air assault on the West Nile virus.
A public health emergency will lead to aerial spraying for mosquitos in the battle against the West Nile virus.
City leaders in Dallas County will decide Wednesday whether or not to allow the aerial spraying of mosquitos in the fight against the West Nile virus.
Two people were hurt after another wrong-way car crash on the Dallas North Tollway early Tuesday morning. Both drivers are being charged with driving while intoxicated.
It’s now up to local leaders in each city north of Intersate 30 to decide by Wednesday if they want the county to spray their cities from the air.
Officials in Dallas County are preparing to take aggressive action against mosquitos this week to prevent the spread of the potentially fatal West Nile virus.
North Texans are being asked to do their part to rid their yards of mosquito larvae. And to help out, a number of cities are giving residents tools to help fight off the mosquito population
A third case of West Nile Virus has turned deadly in North Texas. The latest fatal case is in in Grand Prairie.
Spray trucks taking aim at mosquitoes will be hitting the streets in Highland Park Friday night, just two days after an area West Nile Virus related death.
Law enforcement officials are investigating the suspicious death of a 4-month-old baby and the subsequent death of another family member.
The twists and turns in a deadly Highland Park stabbing continue this afternoon. Early Wednesday morning police found one person stabbed to death and another injured.