Town leaders aren’t spraying just yet, but they are keeping a close eye on the situation after a mosquito pool tested positive for the illness last week in Little Elm.
After a wet May the city of Sanger has begun twice-weekly mosquito spraying even with no positive West Nile virus samples yet.
The mosquito population across North Texas is exploding, but that doesn't necessarily mean more West Nile virus.
If you think it is getting difficult to walk outside without getting mosquito bites, you're not alone.
It's time to ramp up West Nile virus mosquito prevention measures, according to Dallas County Health Director Zachary Thompson.
The family of a young West Nile virus survivor is sharing their story in hopes of making sure this never happens to anyone else.