Warmer Weather Brings Snakes Out, Experts Suggest You Give Them Room To Avoid BitesWhile you may be venturing outdoors for the first time in months remember snakes have not been quarantining and this is the time of year when bites drastically increase.
2-Foot Long Copperhead Snake Slithers Up To Arlington Woman's Front DoorAn Arlington homeowner decided not to open her door when a 2-foot long copperhead snake slithered onto her front porch.
North Texas Recording More Snake Bites As Temperatures SoarWith the temporary weather cool down you may be spending more time outdoors, but medical experts warn there are more venomous creatures slithering around.
Venomous Caterpillars Pose Threat As They Inch Their Way To North Texas This SummerAfter moving a tree branch out of the way on a walk through his Southlake neighborhood, 14-year-old Aroosh Sathu felt a burst of severe pain.
They May Look Fuzzy And Cute, But Don't Touch ThemFort Worth Zoo officials letting people know about a venomous insect that you may see in your backyard. It's known as the asp caterpillar and it's found in Texas.
Snake Emerges From Car's Hood While Man Is DrivingA man got an unexpected surprise after a 6-foot-long snake popped out of the hood of his car while he was driving along a busy highway.
University Researchers Working On New Snakebite TreatmentUniversity researchers are working on a new initial treatment for venomous snakebites.
Death Of Texas Teenager Found With Cobra Bites Ruled SuicideThe death of a Texas teenager found in a parking lot with multiple cobra bites has been ruled a suicide. An autopsy report says the 18-year-old had "multiple separate bites" on each arm when he was found suffering from cardiac arrest.
Toddler Recovering After Copperhead Snake BiteA North Texas toddler is recovering after getting bit by a copperhead snake earlier this week. It happened as the two-year-old boy and other children played on the playground at North Star Learning Center in Richardson.
Warm, Damp Weather Means A Bumper Crop Of SnakesDid you enjoy the mild winter? How about all of the rain North Texas received in the spring? Well, you’re not the only one -- snakes did too! The warm winter and damp spring means we can expect a bumper crop of snakes.