91.5 FM | KANU | Lawrence, Topeka, Kansas City 96.1 FM | K241AR | Lawrence (KPR2) 89.7 FM | KANH | Emporia 99.5 FM | K258BT | Manhattan 97.9 FM | K250AY | Manhattan (KPR2) 91.3 FM | KANV | Junction City, Olsburg 89.9 FM | K210CR | Atchison 90.3 FM | KANQ | Chanute
It's been living under the earth, feeding on tree sap, for nearly two decades. But now, this brood is starting to emerge in the Midwest... by the millions. So, lock your doors and plug your ears. Unless you enjoy the hypnotic sound of the 17-year cicada.