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Invasive Species

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  • Bedbugs Found In Juicy Couture's Flagship Store

    Bedbugs Found In Juicy Couture's Flagship Store
    Juicy Couture is the latest New York clothing store to receive the city's most unwelcome guests -- bedbugs. According to a spokesperson, the two-story flagship store at 650 Fifth Ave. was closed Tuesday for extermination, but is slated to re-open later...
  • Don't let the bedbugs come home with you

    Don't let the bedbugs come home with you
    The less a frequent traveler thinks about hotel rooms, probably the better. But let's indulge for a moment. All the comings and goings mean hotel rooms are prime candidates to host the tiny creature that has been getting plenty of press lately: the...
  • Bedbugs in Louisiana

    Bedbugs in Louisiana
    We've heard the horror stories. Bedbugs invading businesses, colleges, hospitals and homes across the country. Here in Louisiana bug experts say don't let your guard down. According to some, this is a problem that's only going to get worse. They're...
  • Bedbugs!

    Lou interviewed Jody Gangloff-Kaufman, entomologist at Cornell University, on those nasty bedbugs that seem to be taking over the country! Yuck! Read more here!
  • Firefighters Battle More than Flames in Bedbug Infested Home

    Firefighters Battle More than Flames in Bedbug Infested Home
    DENVER (KTLA) -- Firefighters ran into more than the normal hazards battling at a house fire. The fire started just after 6 a.m. at 1575 Franklin St. Crews responding to the blaze Wednesday also had to battle bedbugs, the bloodsucking insects quickly...
  • Bedbugs shut down city's main fire station

    Bedbugs shut down city's main fire station
    San Diego firefighters have been forced to flee the city's main fire station because of a bedbug infestation. The 11 firefighters assigned to Fire Station No. 1 downtown spent Monday night at other stations while exterminators began what could be a...
  • Campers Urged To Use Local Firewood To Keep Tree-Munching Insects Out Of Washington Forests

    Campers Urged To Use Local Firewood To Keep Tree-Munching Insects Out Of Washington Forests
    Local campers familiar with the long-standing rule of "Pack it In, Pack it Out" may want to re-think the "Pack It In" part, when it comes to firewood. That's because the little critters that live in firewood that's brought in from other areas can be a...
  • The bedbug cam -- an idea whose time has come

    Another season, another press release from a pest-control association warning us that bedbugs are baaack in the United States! (We can’t think what they have to stand to gain by reminding us of this.)  Bedbugs are more common than they used to be:...
  • Bedbugs Worse than Ever

    Bedbugs Worse than Ever
    Bedbugs — they're everywhere, and now they're getting worse. So says a new report from the University of Kentucky and the National Pest Management Association. A survey of more than 500 exterminators found that calls to eradicate bedbugs have...
  • Authorities Search for Accused Piranha Smuggler

    Authorities Search for Accused Piranha Smuggler
    LOS ANGELES -- Authorities are searching for a man suspected of smuggling protected wildlife species, including piranhas. 61 year old Isaac Zimerman of West Hills missed his July 12 court hearing to face 13 charges, including conspiracy, illegal fish...
  • Bed Bugs Cases Explode To Epidemic Scale In NYC

    Bed Bugs Cases Explode To Epidemic Scale In NYC
    A recent survey of pest control companies found bedbugs are now prominently invading commercial businesses -- such as offices, clothing stores and hotels -- rather than private residences. PIX 11 News first reported in May that New York City was...