Mosquitoes in Fort Collins have tested positive for the West Nile virus for the first time this season.
The mosquito population along the Front Range is ready to surge and with that so are concerns for the West Nile virus.
It’s that time of year once again — mosquitoes are back in Colorado and they’re out for blood.
All the wet weather means mosquitoes could be a big problem in Colorado. And starting this week, the state will test them for West Nile virus.
The town of Erie is bracing for a mosquito invasion and crews will be setting up mosquito traps this week.
Summer means it’s time to fire up the grill and invite friends over for a barbecue, but it seems like unexpected guests always crash the party. No, not your in-laws — we’re talking about pesky bugs
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.