New Mosquito Trap Smart Enough To Keep Just The Bad BugsA new high-techmosquito trap is promising to catch the bloodsuckers while letting friendlier insects escape — and even record the exact weather conditions when different species emerge to bite.
Highland Park To Conduct Mosquito Ground Spraying This WeekendThe recent unseasonably warm weather contributed to an earlier than normal increase in the mosquito population.
Town Gets Set For West Nile Virus Ground SprayingFor the second time this season health workers in Tarrant County have had a mosquito pool test positive for West Nile virus. The latest discovery was made in the southwest part of the Town of Pantego.
Grapevine Mosquito Pool Tests Positive For West NileAfter announcing nearly two weeks ago that the first 2013 human case of West Nile Virus was in Tarrant County, today officials with Tarrant County Public Health announced the county’s first positive mosquito pool sample.
City Spreads Larvicide In Creeks To Battle West NileA number of North Texas cities have already launched their attack on the mosquitoes responsible for West Nile Virus. Workers in the City of Arlington are among those getting an early jump on the season.
Dallas County Residents Urged To Take West Nile PrecautionsAs temperatures begin to climb and there are more and more signs of summer, Dallas County officials are reminding residents that the West Nile Virus is active and precautions need to be taken.
West Nile Virus Trapping & Testing Underway In Fort Worth Tarrant County Public Health has begun trapping and testing West Nile virus mosquito samples. More than 200 traps, across the county, are being used for the seasonal proactive measures.
Plano Taking Proactive Steps To Monitor For West NileThe City of Plano on Monday launched an intense effort to track cases of West Nile virus, deploying special tracking traps aimed at giving city leaders an advanced warning system on the threat posed by the mosquito-borne infection.
Tarrant County Expands 2013 West Nile Virus PlanLike other counties across North Texas, Tarrant County is expanding its West Nile plan as it heads into a new virus season.
Dallas County Prepares West Nile Combat PlanDallas County Commissioners approved spending $350,000 to combat mosquitoes. The money will go towards hiring a Little Rock, Arkansas-based company to set traps each week, and spray more than 5,000 square miles throughout the season.
Dallas Unveils More Aggressive Mosquito Fighting Plan For 2013The City of Dallas has a new, more aggressive plan to combat mosquitoes and the West Nile Virus this year, following an unprecedented outbreak in 2012.