California's Rainy Winter Likely To Give Mosquito Populations A BoostAfter years of drought the mosquito population is poised to make a comeback -- with a vengeance.
California's Booming Mosquito Population Puts Public At Increasing RiskIf you think you’re seeing more mosquitoes these days, you’re right. A new study from UC Santa Cruz shows the mosquito population in our state is growing at an astonishing rate.
3 Human Cases Of West Nile Virus Confirmed In Solano CountyThree confirmed cases of West Nile Virus in humans were found by state health officials this week in Solano County, the county's top health officer said Thursday.
Mosquitos In San Jose Test Positive For West Nile VirusAdult mosquitoes collected from three San Jose ZIP codes have tested positive for West Nile virus: 95112, 95131 and 95133.
West Nile Virus Found In Dead Bird, Chickens In OakleyThe bird was found near Trenton Street and Oakley Road and the chickens were located near Rose Avenue and Main Street.
Mosquitoes Test Positive For West Nile Virus In Contra Costa CountyTwo groups of mosquitoes in separate Contra Costa County communities tested positive for West Nile virus.
Solano County Reports First West Nile Virus Bird Case Of 2016Solano County Monday reported its first case of West Nile virus in a bird this year.
West Nile Virus Kills 28 People In California In 2015California health officials say 28 people have died from West Nile virus so far this year.
Infected Crow In Novato, Marin County's First Sign Of West Nile Virus This YearThe Marin/Sonoma Mosquito and Vector Control District announced Friday it has discovered the first sign of West Nile Virus in Marin County this year.
Dead Bird Tests Positive For West Nile Virus In Menlo ParkAccording to the San Mateo County Mosquito and Vector Control District, the bird is the first indication of the virus this year in the county.
West Nile Virus Cases Grow; State's Record Drought Likely A FactorThis year is shaping up to be one of the worst for West Nile virus since 2005, both here in the Bay Area and across the state. Public health officials are attempting to figure out why but climate change and drought are likely factors.
West Nile Virus Spreads In South San Francisco, Livermore, Mosquito Fogging ScheduledThe West Nile virus has been discovered in a dead bird and pool of mosquitoes at Clay Park in South San Francisco, and at the Bruno Canziani park area in Livermore.