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New Jersey spending millions to battle pesky mosquitoes

New Jersey is slated to spend more than $10 million this year to battle pesky, potentially disease-carrying mosquitoes.

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Mosquito control efforts in NJ not changing over Zika fears

The mosquito-borne Zika virus is a major concern among health officials and residents in New Jersey, but it's not changing the state's approach to curbing the mosquito population this year.

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In this Feb. 5, 2016, photo, President Barack Obama speaks in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
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Obama asking Congress for emergency funding to combat Zika

Zika virus disease is mainly spread by mosquitoes. Most people who catch it experience mild or no symptoms.

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Recent rains renew mosquito battle in New Jersey

Although an unusually dry May raised drought concerns, it also kept the mosquito population at bay. Recent rains may have been a game-changer, and now the battle against the bug is on in New Jersey.  

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Mosquitoes are back and rainfall will determine their number

One of New Jersey's most pesky warm weather insects is back - the mosquito.

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Mosquito Virus Outbreak Spurs US Concern [AUDIO]

The outbreak of a mosquito-borne illness in the Caribbean has doctors and experts bracing for an uptick in cases on North American soil.

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Mosquitoes Multiply Despite Harsh Winter [AUDIO]

Mosquito trackers are concerned about the Garden State's pest population getting out of hand this spring and summer. Recent rains, according to those engaged in mosquito control, are not helping anyone except the bugs.

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Bay Area Vector Control Team Investigates West Nile Mosquito Presence
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West Nile Virus Kills 2

Two elderly people have become the first New Jersey residents to die this year from complications related to West Nile virus.

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NJ’s First 2013 Case of West Nile Confirmed

New Jersey health officials have confirmed the state's first case of West Nile virus this year.

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NJ Residents Warned About Mosquito Threat [AUDIO]

State officials report the number of mosquito pools with positive West Nile virus readings is down more than 75 percent from a year ago at this same time, but another mosquito threat is looming.

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