Wisconsin tick population escapes winter unscathed

MADISON - An insect expert says Wisconsin's tick population came through the harsh winter relatively unscathed. UW-Madison professor of entomology Susan Paskewitz says she's heard from many people who hope the cold winter months might have put a dent in the state's population of disease-carrying ticks. Full story: WJFW

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