Zombie Cicadas: Researchers Find Magic Mushroom, Bath Salt Compounds As Their Abdomen Falls OffAs if cicadas aren’t creepy enough, now researchers say there are zombie cicadas among them.
'Flying Salt Shakers Of Death:' WVU Researchers Studying Fungal-Infected Zombie CicadasLike something out of a horror movie, West Virginia University researchers say a fungus is infecting cicadas that causes them to lose their minds.
Cicada Swarm: Family's Home Sits At Epicenter Of The 17-Year InvasionRed beady eyes glowing, the cicadas are swarming out of the ground in Western Pennsylvania.
Can Pets Eat Cicadas? How Do I Keep Them Away? Experts Answer Your Cicada QuestionsThe cicada invasion in western Pennsylvania has a lot of people wondering how to keep them away and what to do if your pet eats one.
'Tastes Like Asparagus:' KDKA Reporter John Shumway Eats Live Cicada On AirIt's the video that hundreds of thousands have already seen.
'They Just Creep Me Out': Cicadas Invade Western PennsylvaniaThe cicadas are back in western Pennsylvania, but how long will the invasion last?
They're Here: Cicadas Arrive In PittsburghThe Cicadas have arrived in Pittsburgh!
Massive Brood Of Cicadas Expected In Southwestern Pennsylvania In Just WeeksGet ready, a massive swarm is coming in just weeks.
The Swarm Is Coming: Massive Brood Of Cicadas Expected In Southwestern Pennsylvania This SpringThe 17-year cicadas are coming again, millions of them, with their unnerving red eyes, orange wings and cacophonous mating song that can drown out the noise of passing jet planes.
Popular Greene Co. Bakery’s Cicada Treats Flying Off The ShelvesA Greene County bakery is whipping up some special treats, and they are just flying off the shelves.
Cicadas May Not Emerge In Parts Of Western Pa. Until 2019After sleeping underground for 17 years, cicadas are emerging in several local towns.
First Of Millions Of Predicted Cicadas Begin To EmergeThe 17-year cicadas are coming again, millions of them, with their unnerving red eyes, orange wings and cacophonous mating song that can drown out the noise of passing jet planes.
Cicadas Prepare To Emerge After 17 YearsBillions of cicadas are preparing to return after spending 17 years under ground.
U.N., Entomophagist Says Don't Say Eww, Say Yum To BugsKDKA-AM's Larry and John talk to a professor who eats bugs about the U.N.'s solution for future world food shortages.
Cicadas, Stink Bugs & Other Creepy Crawlies On The MarchKDKA-AM's John Shumway talks about the return of the 17 year cicada and stink bugs with entomologist Dr. Chad Gore.