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"Us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com breaks eight thousand feet receive kind of. Call for cost information. Equal housing lender. MLS number thirty thirty. This is news ninety six point five. Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather, and traffic when he four hours a day. It starts now. Good afternoon. It's one o'clock at news ninety six point five WDBO our top local story, governor onto Santa's signs, a Bill into law, banning so called sanctuary cities. It's a pledge Ron to Santa's made often while campaigning to be Florida's next governor. There is not going to be any sanctuary cities in the state of Florida this morning. The governor signed into law SP one sixty eight Bill passed the state Senate and house earlier this year requires local and state governments to honor immigration detainers requests from federal agencies Antequera with immigration authorities. Although, there no sanctuary cities for two didn't have any laws on the books before today to prevent governments from not cooperating with federal immigration. Officials nationally, Florida joins nine other states who've also passed laws, requiring law enforcement cooperate with ice. Ray Kapito news ninety six point five, WDBO news ninety six point five WDBO Orlando turns first for severe weather. On channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist, Brian shields. Highs today around eight coming up tracking change in our storm pattern. I'm Darrell Moody. It's eighty five in Orlando. Checking the news ninety six five dot com. Interactive weather writer, we've got showers moving into the metro area from the north and west right now. Big showers heading over Apopka. We've also got storms moving into the Bailey area should be."