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.
Dallas County health officials confirmed the county's 21st and 22nd human cases of West Nile virus in 2016 on Thursday.
Dallas County health officials confirmed the county's 20th human case of West Nile virus in 2016 on Wednesday.
Dallas County health officials confirmed the county's 19th human case of West Nile virus in 2016 on Tuesday.
Health officials are closely watching the rare August weather pattern to see how it could change the fight against West Nile virus.
In what has become a battle between man and virus-carrying mosquitoes, Fort Worth has a new strategy to target neighborhoods where West Nile or Zika is a problem.
Experts stress West Nile virus is a greater risk to North Texans than Zika virus, as the first West Nile death in Dallas County of 2016 is reported.
Dallas County health officials confirm the first death related to West Nile virus for the 2016 season in North Texas.
Alarmed by the number of mosquitoes found with West Nile virus, Tarrant County's public health director says it's time to consider aerial spraying.
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