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UNT Graduate students who track mosquitoes with the West Nile virus could be the first team to discover Zika-carrying mosquitoes if they appear in North Texas.
Health officials in Dallas County have reported the county's 30th and 31st human cases of West Nile virus for the 2016 season on Thursday.
Local leaders are preparing for a double punch of mosquito-borne illnesses between West Nile and Zika. That combination could potentially lead to a first in Tarrant County: aerial spraying.
Dallas County health officials have confirmed several more cases of West Nile virus -- bringing the 2016 total to 29.
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