West Nile season is over in Arkansas as winter temperatures set in. The state Health Department said Friday that it`s stopping surveillance of the mosquito-borne West Nile virus until next year. The department said that the final count for the year is 25 human cases with no death attributed to the disease. Health Department director Fay Boozman said that the state had significantly fewer cases of the virus this year than last year. Human cases of the disease were reported in Jefferson, Pulaski, Miller, Arkansas, Pope, Benton, Cleburne, Columbia, Drew, Johnson, Sevier, Union and Bradley counties.