Mosquito Spraying Continues Wednesday NightHealth officials will spray for mosquitoes in Fort Collins again on Tuesday evening. The effort is to prevent the spread of West Nile virus.
Berthoud To Begin Spraying To Prevent West Nile VirusThe Town of Berthoud will begin spraying on Monday evening to prevent West Nile virus.
There's A Surge In Mosquitoes Infected With West Nile VirusA record number of mosquitoes are testing positive for the West Nile virus in Boulder, Weld, and Larimer counties.
Thinking Mosquitos? In Colorado, It's West Nile, Not ZikaIt's the time of year when West Nile Virus invades our state, and health officials are reporting a jump in cases. Here's what you need to know.
1 Death, 13 Human Cases Of West Nile Virus Reported In ColoradoThere has been one death from West Nile Virus in Colorado so far this year and 13 human cases diagnosed in the state.
More Cases Of West Nile Reported In ColoradoThe number of human cases of West Nile Virus continues to grow in Colorado. There are at least eight cases across the state.
Larimer County Begins Spraying To Fight West Nile VirusCrews in Larimer County will begin spraying to fight West Nile Virus on Monday. They will spray parts of Fort Collins after mosquitoes there tested positive for the potentially deadly virus.
Vets Confirm First Equine Case Of West Nile Virus In 2016Veterinarians at Colorado State University have diagnosed a horse in Weld County with West Nile Virus, the first equine case recorded this year.
Weld County Sees First Human Case Of West Nile VirusThe Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment confirmed Thursday the first reported human case of West Nile Virus for 2016.
Tire Dump Cleanup Underway At Cattle Ranch In Larimer CountyCleanup is underway at a cattle ranch in Larimer County.
Mosquitoes In Boulder County Test Positive For West Nile VirusSo far there have been three West Nile human cases in 2016, according to the state health department.
Health Department Begins Testing Mosquitoes For West Nile VirusThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is starting to test mosquitoes for the West Nile virus.