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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — People in Maryland may have thought they wouldn’t see cicadas for another 17 years after the insects rose from the ground to bask in the sunlight in 2021.

But it turns out that some late bloomers may emerge from their underground resting spaces.

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Experts say the first cicadas may have started to emerge this month.

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But Marylanders likely won’t see them until late May when soil temperatures have exceeded 64 degrees.

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The good news is that the loud insects are often eaten by birds or other predators, so it’s possible that their presence won’t even be noticed.

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Family, Friends Hold Vigil For Teenager Killed In Hit-And-Run Crash In Kensington

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The search continues for a dirt bike rider accused of killing a teen skateboarder in a hit and run crash in Kensington as his loved ones honor his memory. Family and friends held a vigil for 17-year-old Jesus Gomez Rosario at Allegheny Avenue and Front Street Thursday night.

That’s the area where Rosario was struck Sunday night, as he was riding his skateboard.

Rosario died from his injuries on Tuesday.

Police are searching for a green dirt bike with damage to its left side.

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