Listen: Orlando, Mike Pence And Sanford discussed on Brian Kilmeade
"Hope's great to see you. Let's stay in touch. This is news ninety six point five db. Oh, Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather, and traffic, twenty four hours a day. It starts now. Good news. We are not getting an extra traffic before right now. It's means our roads are getting a little bit better. And that's some good news. Nine thirty at news ninety six point five WDBO a top local stories, a look at central Florida's economy. Why not a nationwide? Economic report has good news for the greater Orlando area. It ranks pretty high on the list, Orlando, Kissimmee in Sanford, R altogether, number nine on a list of three hundred seventy nine metros in order of impressive economic performance with an overall rank of thirty nine that overall judgment considers many other relevant aspects of a working society, such as job growth and pay growth. The quote most dynamic metropolitan study conducted by the Walton family foundation. Wade population centers with more than one million residents. Brandon HOGAN news ninety six point five WD. All right. Not bad. You can let me know your reaction to that if you want us the open mic feature in our app. We also have some hurricane season generator advice. Next news ninety six point five WDBO Orlando turns first for severe weather on channel nine eyewitness news meter. Brian shields. Highs in the low nineties today, coming up timing out the rain and storms, moving in good morning, Gene Wexler here. Let's not talk about those rain and storms just yet is a nice morning. It's clear and sunny and Sanford, eighty degrees at seventy nine sitting Wintergarden Seventy-nine, vice President Mike Pence says it's the right decision to keep rainbow flags off the polls at US embassies this month is LGBT pride month. And at least four embassies requested to fly the rainbow flag to honor it, but the State Department says, no pens tells NBC news. He supports having the American flag as the only one flying at our embassies hurricane season is here. It's time to prepare for what you'll do after the storm and planning ahead could really save your."