Local Leaders Take On Zika Fight As Crews Spray Miami BeachEarly Wednesday morning, Miami-Dade Mosquito Control crews were busy at it again on Miami Beach, hitting dozens of neighborhoods with pesticide and removing standing water.
Miami Mother Copes With Zika-Related Effects In NewbornMaria Mendoza's daughter, Micaela, was born with health issues related to the Zika virus.
Tourism, Beach Business At Risk Over Zika Concerns Zika concerns could prompt a potential blow to Miami Beach businesses and Miami-Dade's $24.4 billion tourism industry.
CDC: Spraying Not Possible For South Beach In Zika FightCrews will not be able to spray the South Beach area to prevent Zika due to the city's high-rise buildings and strong winds, according to the director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Volunteers Sought As Race To Develop Zika Vaccine Heats UpVolunteers willing to be infected with the Zika virus are wanted.
CDC: Aerial Spraying In Zika Fight A Hit Or Miss In MiamiSome of the aerial spraying to kill mosquitoes in the fight against the spread of the Zika virus is not working as expected.
Locally Acquired Zika Cases Hit 30 Amid Stepped Up Mosquito Control Florida health officials said there are two more cases of locally acquired Zika virus in Miami-Dade County - totaling 30 local transmissions as of Monday.
Officials Hold Zika Meeting To Answer Questions, Ask For HelpPublic help is critical in this Zika crisis.
Wynwood A ‘Ghost Town’ As Spraying For Zika ContinuesThe always-popular Wynwood was noticeably empty of its usual weekend crowds because of Zika.
Aerial Spraying Continues In Dade Amid Zika FightAerial spraying to control the spread of Zika in Miami-Dade County was completed Saturday morning.
Florida Officials Go Into Damage-Control Mode Over ZikaIt's slow season in Florida and state officials and representative are happy about it.
Wynwood Businesses Trying To Remain Optimistic Amid Zika ScareAfter being busy all week long with workers draining standing water and spraying for mosquitoes, Wynwood may be returning to its usual pace.