Texas will spray for West Nile virus despite fears of insecticide risks

Guardian: Aerial spraying to combat the West Nile virus will continue tonight across north Texas despite the concerns of residents worried about potential health risks posed by the insecticide. Dallas is the center of the worst West Nile outbreak in the US this year, which prompted local officials to declare a state of emergency on Wednesday and dispatch two airplanes to spray the city and surrounding areas last night. The planes left Dallas' Executive Airport as planned at 10pm last night but were only......

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