Mosquitoes Found In San Dimas Carrying West Nile VirusLast year, 442 people in California became infected with the virus, 19 of those people died.
West Nile Virus Detected In 6 SoCal AreasThe virus was found in La Habra Heights, Lincoln Heights, Newhall, Tarzana and Willowbrook, vector-control officials say.
Man Paralyzed After Contracting West Nile Virus From Mosquito BiteAfter days of flu-like symptoms, Nick Cornelius woke up paralyzed from the waist down.
Only On 9: Family Of Victim Of Deadly West Nile Virus Speaks OutFrank Hayes' family is still in shock at how he died.
Concerns Mount Over Spread Of West Nile Virus In Orange CountyOne homeowner tells KCAL9's Crystal Cruz she believes she's discovered a sign of the disease in her Buena Park neighborhood after finding several dead crows in the area.
First West Nile Virus Death Reported In LA CountyHealth officials Friday confirmed the first death due to the West Nile virus in Los Angeles County in 2014.
OC Officials Turn To Mosquito-Eating Fish To Stem West Nile Threat As the Southland struggles under drought conditions, officials Thursday gave the public yet another reason not to let water run into the gutter: West Nile Virus.
California Sees First 2 West Nile Deaths Of YearThey were among the 35 Californians who have been diagnosed with West Nile in 2014, according to health officials. Sixteen of the cases were reported to the state this week.
Fatal Case Of West Nile Reported In San Bernardino CountyThe County of San Bernardino's Department of Public Health has reported the first fatal case of West Nile Virus (WNV) in that county in 2013.
West Nile Case Reported In Long BeachPublic health officials in Long Beach are urging residents to take precautions against contracting West Nile virus after an infection was reported in the city.
West Nile Virus Detected In Toluca LakeResidents in the San Fernando Valley were warned Tuesday about West Nile virus activity detected in Toluca Lake.
Officials Turn Up West Nile Virus In 3 LA SuburbsOfficials are warning San Gabriel Valley residents to be wary of mosquitoes after evidence of West Nile virus was found in three suburban cities east of Los Angeles.