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Austin, Texas has seen an increase in its cricket population due to extreme weather conditions, and local TV station KXAN recently ran a news segment interviewing several people including Jay Lee Hill of ABC Home and Commerccial Services.

| June 22, 2012

ABC’s Hill Interviewed for TV News Segment on Cricket Invasion Austin, Texas has seen an increase in its cricket population due to extreme weather conditions, and local TV station KXAN recently ran a news segment interviewing several people including Jay Lee Hill of ABC Home and Commerccial Services, Austin, Texas.

Crickets invade city after mild winter: kxan.com

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