Local Environmental Activist Dies of West Nile VirusRobert Palmer, 68, one of the founders of the Long Beach chapter of the environmental group Surfrider Foundation, died Friday.
LA County Sees First West Nile Death Of 2017Of the 87 human cases of West Nile virus reported across California this year, 39 were in Los Angeles County.
‘Marked Increase’ In West Nile Virus Activity In San Fernando ValleyOf the 22 confirmed cases in L.A. County so far this year, 10 were in the San Fernando Valley.
La Habra Woman Dies Of West Nile VirusA La Habra woman in her 60s is the first West Nile virus-related death in Orange County this year, health officials said Wednesday.
2 Deaths In LA County Blamed On West Nile VirusThe two victims were both elderly males from the San Fernando Valley.
Mosquitoes, Birds In Several San Gabriel Valley Cities Test Positive For West NileAuthorities say West Nile virus has been detected in mosquitoes and birds throughout the San Gabriel Valley east of Los Angeles.
Pesticide To Be Sprayed In Nuevo In Fight Against Spread Of West Nile VirusThe fight against West Nile virus will ramp up Monday in Riverside County.
Woman In 60s Is Orange County's First Human Case Of West Nile Virus This YearOrange County health officials confirmed Wednesday its first human case of West Nile virus this year.
Daughter-In-Law Of Woman Hospitalized With West Nile Virus Shares Her StoryResidents of Corona can expect another round of spraying for mosquitoes overnight, a move that’s being met with some controversy.
Mosquito Spraying Conducted In Riverside County In Wake of West Nile Virus ActivityAuthorities on Saturday were spraying to control mosquito activity in Riverside in response to increased West Nile Virus activity.
Human Infected With West Nile Virus In Garden GroveA human infection of West Nile virus was reported Friday to Garden Grove officials, Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District officials said.
Pesticide To Be Sprayed Over Orange County Cities To Fight Spread Of West Nile VirusMosquito-control officials will spray pesticide from the air Wednesday and Thursday night over a large swath of Orange County in an effort to prevent the spread of West Nile virus.