Oakland County Woman Dies Of West Nile VirusIt's the first WNV death in Michigan this year.
2 Human Cases Of West Nile Virus Confirmed In Oakland CountyTwo mosquito pools, a crow and a blood donor have also tested positive for the virus.
4 Human Cases Of West Nile Virus Confirmed In Michigan“We have clear evidence that West Nile virus is present in the state again this summer."
No Human Cases Of West Nile In Michigan Yet The state recorded 202 cases, including 17 deaths, just two years ago, but 2014 is turning out to be virus-free, at least among humans.
West Nile Virus Detected In Hawk, Oakland County Residents Cautioned To Take Preventive MeasuresResidents in Oakland County are being urged to protect themselves against the West Nile virus after it was found in a dead hawk.
Study Links West Nile Spikes To Warmer WintersTexas researchers have found a link between a warmer winter and higher infection rates the following summer.
Mom: Son Making 'Miracle' Recovery From West NileA 10-year-old Michigan boy paralyzed last year after being bitten by a mosquito carrying the West Nile virus is a "walking miracle," his mother said.
Michigan Turkey Tests Positive For West Nile VirusSo far, the turkey is the first animal in the state to test positive this year for the disease.
2012 Was Worst Year For West Nile Virus In MichiganAccording to the Centers of Disease Control, 202 cases of West Nile Virus were reported in Michigan last year, including 17 deaths, in what officials are calling the worst outbreak of the disease since 2003.
Health Officials: 10 Dead In Michigan From West Nile Virus State health officials have announced that two more people have died in Michigan from the West Nile Virus, bringing this year's total to 10.
Michigan West Nile Death Toll Rises By TwoTwo more West Nile Virus brings Michigan to a total of eight deaths and 160 total cases this year.
Sixth West Nile Death Confirmed In MichiganAngela Minicuci with the Michigan Department of Community Health said a 75-year-old man died in Kent County, near Grand Rapids.