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Lakeland, Florida: City in Florida, United States
Lakeland is a city in Polk County, Florida, along Interstate 4 east of Tampa. The westernmost city in Polk County, it is part of the Tampa Bay Area. According to the 2019 U.S. Census Bureau estimate, the city had a population of 112,136. Lakeland is a principal city of the Lakeland–Winter Haven Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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1 year since tornado damaged Tampa Bay area school [Video]

1 year since tornado damaged Tampa Bay area school

It's been one year since a tornado damaged Kathleen Middle School in Lakeland.

Credit: ABC Action News     Duration: 01:36Published
Arrest made after Lakeland mom was 'brutally' killed in front of her children, police say [Video]

Arrest made after Lakeland mom was 'brutally' killed in front of her children, police say

On Tuesday, Lakeland Police are expected to provide more information on the arrest of a man accused of killing a Lakeland mother in front of her children. Story: https://bit.ly/2G3HZ2k

Credit: ABC Action News     Duration: 00:29Published
Woman's body found in ditch after deadly hit-and-run in Lakeland [Video]

Woman's body found in ditch after deadly hit-and-run in Lakeland

The Polk County Sheriff's Office is investigating a deadly hit-and-run in Lakeland.

Credit: ABC Action News     Duration: 00:17Published

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Florida city sells excess swans after Queen Elizabeth's gift leads to overpopulation

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A Florida city has sold off three dozen swans to ease an overpopulation crisis. Lakeland’s signature swans swamped the city, more than 60 years after Queen Elizabeth II gifted it a pair of the birds...
WorldNews - Published Also reported by •BBC News

A Florida City Is Selling Some of Its Beloved Swans

Lakeland’s swan population has thrived since Queen Elizabeth II donated a pair in 1957. Now, however, the city has too many of the birds and is seeking to offload some by holding a lottery.
NYTimes.com - Published

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