On Friday evening between sunset and midnight, Larimer County will spray a high-risk area of southeastern Fort Collins to reduce West Nile virus-infected mosquitoes.
More mosquitoes infected with West Nile virus have been found in Larimer County.
A warning has been issued for residents in Larimer County where health officials say mosquitos have tested positive for the West Nile virus.
One Front Range town will start spraying for mosquitoes on Wednesday as the concern over the West Nile virus grows.
Mosquito’s carrying West Nile have been trapped in Weld County.
Health officials say a 53-year-old man from Adams County is the first confirmed fatal case of West Nile virus in the Denver metro area this year.
More and more Coloradans are getting West Nile virus. Eighty-three cases have been reported from the Front Range over to the Four Corners.
Larimer County health officials say this year’s outbreak of the West Nile virus is the worst in two decades.
Backlash from mosquito spraying in Northern Colorado was expecting to bring dozens together Tuesday night to protest in Fort Collins.
Health officials say they’re making progress in their attack on the West Nile virus.