The West Nile Virus has been detected in four Colorado counties.
Mosquitoes infected with the West Nile virus have been found in three Colorado counties.
Find out which ones they are and how best to keep them out!
Health officials are warning people to take precautions after mosquitoes tested positive for West Nile virus in southeastern Colorado.
Mosquitoes have tested positive for West Nile Virus in Boulder County.
State officials are testing for West Nile virus after monsoon rains brought mosquitoes out in force.
Colorado’s warm conditions are just right for a big increase in mosquitoes, and on Tuesday the first case of West Nile virus was reported in Colorado this season.
All the rain we’ve gotten recently is creating a pesky problem. Moisture and hot temperatures are perfect breeding conditions for mosquitoes.
Mosquitoes are thriving in the Grand Junction area after a wet spring created plenty of places for the insects to breed.
Experts believe it could be a bad summer when it comes to mosquitoes, and that increases the risk of West Nile Virus.