How Is This Long Winter Affecting Minnesota?You may be wondering what impact this weather will have on everything from mosquitoes to farming.
Scientists: Freezing Cold Winter Could Mean Much Fewer Bugs In SummerAs many states are still digging out from the frigid "bomb cyclone," some are looking for the possible bright side of a brutal winter: less bugs in the summer.
West Nile Cases Down Thanks To Cooler TempsFor those hoping for a hot and sticky August, there may be a silver lining to our below-average temperatures.
Good Question: Why Do Mosquitoes Prefer Biting Some Over Others?A study out of Japan found mosquitoes prefer Type O blood the most and Type A the least.
Good Question: How Does The Metro Area Control Mosquitoes?It's officially mosquito season in Minnesota, as crews are out in full force trying to contain the bug.
Good Question: When Is Minnesota's Mosquito Season?Mosquito eggs can sense the longer days and start hatching in the water from April showers.
Good Question: How Does Mosquito Spraying Work?It is not your imagination. This August has been especially bad for mosquitoes.
Good Question: What Good Do Mosquitoes Do?Every year, mosquitoes kill 750,000 people primarily through malaria, yellow fever and dengue fever. So what good do they do?
Consumer Reports: Natural Bug Spray Less Effective Than SyntheticWith the impending doom of mosquito and tick biting season upon us, you may want to consider new testing by Consumer Reports when choosing your bug repellent.
Mosquito Season Off To An Early StartPest control businesses say mosquito season is off to an early start this year in the Twin Cities metro.
State Of Emergency Issued In Fla. Over Zika VirusFlorida's governor issued a state of emergency in four counties to try and stop the spread of Zika virus. The action clears the way for crews to take action against the virus, like spraying for mosquitos.
Zika Virus Warning Causes Travel Hiccup For Minnesota CoupleWitThe rapid spread of the Zika virus prompted the World Health Organization to declare an international emergency Monday. Experts are worried about a surge in the number of babies born with birth defects in South and Central America.