THE LAKE A.M. 1570 WLKD

Fire up your A.M. radios and tune in THE LAKE. Easy to listen to and fun to experience as you take a journey back to the songs you remember but don't really hear that often anymore.

We play the most popular songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s, aimed at the upper end of the Baby Boomer generation in the Lakeland Area. Our station is music-intensive.

  • The Beatles
  • Barbra Streisand
  • Neil Diamond
  • The Carpenters
  • Lionel Richie
  • Frank Sinatra
  • Celine Dion
  • Barry Manilow
  • Carly Simon
  • Michael Buble
  • Diana Krall
  • Dionne Warwick

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Coronavirus updates: Florida reaches new record daily death toll

Ovidiu Dugulan/iStockBy MORGAN WINSOR and EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News(NEW YORK) — A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 737,000 people worldwide.Over 20 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and…read more »

Seattle police chief resigns in wake of ‘personal’ budget cuts to department

iStock/MUC1968BY: KARMA ALLEN(NEW YORK) — Seattle’s police chief resigned late Monday in the wake of protests against police brutality and a recent Seattle City Council vote to defund her department by 14%.Carmen Best announced her shocking retirement in an email to staff, saying it was a “difficult decision,” but the department formally announced her departure…read more »

Teachers concerned over COVID-19 safety as schools reopen, new cases are reported

Halfpoint/iStockBy ANTHONY RIVAS, TENZIN SHAKYA and. ASHLEY RIEGLE, ABC News(NEW YORK) — Nancy Shively, a lifelong educator in Oklahoma, says she’s always loved teaching. But with the coronavirus still raging and schools around the country beginning to reopen, she resigned from her job last week to protect herself and her family.Shively has spent the last…read more »

Downtown Chicago reopens for cleanup in wake of widespread looting

iStock/MelpomenemBY: KARMA ALLEN(WASHINGTON) — Downtown Chicago’s expressways and bridges reopened on Tuesday as business owners and emergency workers rushed to recover in the wake of widespread looting and violence.City officials had placed the area on lockdown, restricting access to residents and business owners, following hours of looting and vandalism that damaged businesses and resulted in…read more »

Fauci says he has serious doubts Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective

Kevin Dietsch/Pool/Getty ImagesBy CATERINA ANDREANO, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — Dr. Anthony Fauci told ABC News’ Deborah Roberts that he seriously doubts the Russian-made COVID-19 vaccine, dubbed Sputnik V and touted by President Vladimir Putin, has been proven safe and effective.Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, shared the comments exclusively with…read more »

Selma Blair opens up about riding her horse for the first time since MS diagnosis

Zerbor/iStockBy MEGAN STONE, ABC News(NEW YORK) — Selma Blair offered an honest update about her ongoing battle with multiple sclerosis over the weekend, revealing that she was finally able to do something she sorely missed: ride her beloved horse.The two had an emotional reunion over the weekend, with the “Legally Blonde” actress posting two photos…read more »

‘Every single body is a bikini body’: Body-positive advocates discuss inclusive swimwear shopping tips and best picks

arlosDavid.org/iStockBy JACQUELINE LAUREAN YATES, ABC News(NEW YORK) — “Fun in the sun” feels a little different this year, but it hasn’t stopped many of us from finding the perfect swimsuit for a dip in a backyard pool or a vacation in the foreseeable future.While people search far and wide to look for options that are…read more »

‘Shock hair loss’ linked to coronavirus pandemic stress

triocean/iStockBy THE GMA TEAM, ABC News(NEW YORK) — The stress of the coronavirus pandemic is causing people’s hair to fall out in a phenomenon doctors are calling “shock hair loss.””There’s no symptoms, there’s no itching, there’s no pain,” Dr. Shilpi Khetarpal, a dermatologist at the Cleveland Clinic, told Good Morning America. “They’re just seeing more…read more »