KHQ.COM - In Portage, Utah, they're everywhere: on children, on dogs, in the food,
in basements and along window sills. Residents there and in much of
Utah are used to seeing these visitors, known as boxelder bugs, but not
in the numbers that this year has produced.
"They've just been awful this fall," Keith Wadman told NBC station KSL-TV. "They're in your food, they're in your house ... they just crawl everywhere."
in the kitchen, they're in the bathroom, they're in the bedroom. They
walk right on the dogs even," added Lisa Bryant, one of the few hundred
residents of Portage, a town near the Idaho state line. click here to read more