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.
To Help Reduce Mosquito Population, Scientists Are Unleashing 20 Million Of ThemWhile it may sound counter-intuitive, the scientists' plan will hopefully reduce the number of disease-carrying mosquitos, according to NPR's report.
Heading Up North Soon? Tick Encounters Rising As Michigan Weather WarmsWarmer weather across northern Michigan is bringing unwelcome pests that bite -- possibly in record numbers.
Smart Phone App Will Help Blow Whistle On Invasive SpeciesA scientist has developed a smart phone application to help keep track of invasive species.
Winter Freeze Could Help Make This A Buggy SummerThe heavy winter snow provided insulation for ticks and other bugs, and once it melted, offered a nice breeding ground for mosquitos.
Fish Flies Return To Southeastern Mich. ShorelinesThe fish flies' return to lakeshore and riverfront areas of southeastern Michigan might bother some landlubbers but it bodes well for water quality.
Beware Of Unwanted Garden Pests During Spring CleanupGardeners, landscapers, and anyone working outside this spring should know that tree branches, firewood,and cleared brush can harbor invasive insects and diseases, making proper use or disposal critical to preventing the spread of tree-killing pests.
Detroit Court Reopens After Bedbug ScareThe 36th District Court in downtown Detroit is open Friday after being evacuated the day before.
Bug-Infested Witness Shuts Down Detroit Court RoomA court room in Detroit's 36th District Court is closed after officials say a bug-infested man showed up for proceedings.
Ants Go Marching Through Your House, Its Spring, Its Spring!The approach of summer assures us an invasion of ants.
Warren Mayor Calls To Prevent Mosquito Breeding GroundsWarren Mayor Jim Fouts wants to "blast" the usual mosquito breeding grounds throughout the city, before West Nile Virus becomes a problem this summer.
Bugs At The Border Threaten U.S. AgricultureU.S. Agriculture Department officials in Detroit say it's been a busy spring for bugs at the border.