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News 6: Watch live now
<p>Watch News 6 on your desktop, tablet or phone.</p><p>Join Matt Austin, Lisa Bell, Julie Broughton, Ginger Gadsden, meteorologist Tom Sorrells and sports anchor David Pingalore for news, weather, traffic, sports and more.</p><p>Be sure to visit ClickOrlando.com or download the free News 6 App (search "WKMG" in your App Store) to watch News 6 livestreams weekdays from 5 to 7 a.m., noon and 11 p.m. </p><p>News 6 is getting results in Central Florida.</p>

Social Security numbers stolen from 63,000 UCF students, staff
<p>A data breach at the University of Central Florida resulted in unauthorized access to the Social Security numbers of 63,000 current and former students, university officials said on Thursday.</p><p>UCF said it discovered the breach in January and reported the incident to law enforcement. </p><p>% INLINE %</p><p><strong>[READ:<a href="http://media.clickorlando.com/document_dev/2016/02/04/UCF%20Adult%20Employee%20Notice%20Media%20V1%20002_2063718_ver1.0.pdf"> Letter sent to students </a>| MORE: <a href="http://www.clickorlando.com/news/investigators">News 6 covers Schemes and Ripoffs</a> | <a href="http://www.ucf.edu/datasecurity">UCF data breach updates</a> ]</strong></p><p><a href="http://www.ucf.edu/datasecurity/">According to a release</a>, the investigation found that Social Security numbers for approximately 63,000 students, staff and faculty members were accessed.</p><p>Credit card information was not included in the breach.</p><p>UCF confirmed to News 6 the following groups have been affected:</p> Current student athletes Student athletes who played last year UCF Athletics support staff Undergraduate student employees Graduate Assistants Housing Resident Assistants Adjunct faculty Student government leaders, current and former <p>"Those who are affected will soon receive a letter by mail that explains how to sign up for one year of free credit monitoring and identity-protection services," University President John C. Hitt wrote in a post on UCF's website.</p><p>An internal investigation is also being launched. </p><p>% INLINE %</p><p>"Safeguarding your personal information is of the utmost importance at UCF. To ensure our vigilance, I have called for a thorough review of our online systems, policies and training to determine what improvements we can make in light of this recent incident," Hitt wrote. </p><p>Letters will go out to those affected on Friday and should be received by Monday. </p><p>If you have questions about the incident, UCF set up a call center that can be reached at 877-752-5527 between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. EST Monday through Friday. <a href="http://www.ucf.edu/datasecurity">A website</a> will also be updated with details about the incident and recommendations.</p>

First Zika case confirmed in Central Florida
<p>A case of Zika has been confirmed in Central Florida, according to health officials.</p><p>The Florida Department of Health said on Friday that a travel-related case was confirmed in Osceola County, and the number of cases in the state is now up to 14. Another new case was also discovered in St. Johns County, officials said.</p><p><b>[MORE: </b><a href="http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices"> <b>Zika</b> <b> travel notices</b> </a><b> | </b><a href="http://www.floridahealth.gov/diseases-and-conditions/zika-virus/index.html?utm_source=flhealthIndex"> <b>Virus symptoms, treatment</b> </a><b> | </b><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AE6tkoWanXk"> <b>Drain and cover video</b> </a><b> ]</b></p><p>There have been no locally acquired cases of Zika virus in Florida, according to officials, who added that none of the confirmed cases involve pregnant women. </p><p>According to the CDC, Zika fever illness is generally mild with a rash, fever and joint pain. CDC researchers are examining a possible link between the virus and unborn babies exposed during pregnancy.</p><p>State health officials said starting Monday it will hold daily briefings about Zika.</p><p><strong>[RELATED: <a href="http://www.floridahealth.gov/_documents/newsroom/_asset/020416-mosquito-bite-prevention-asset.pdf">Mosquito bite protection in Florida</a>]</strong></p><p>On Thursday, Gov. Rick Scott asked the CDC to provide at least 1,000 Zika antibody tests so the state can test individuals, especially pregnant women and new mothers who have traveled to affected areas and had symptoms of Zika. The antibody test allows the state to see if individuals ever had the Zika virus. Florida currently has the capacity to test only 475 people.<br /> <br /> Watch News 6 and stay with ClickOrlando.com for more on this story.</p><p> </p>

Atlas V rocket launches from Cape
<p>The last in a series of satellites updating the nation's Global Positioning System is on its way to orbit after blasting off Friday morning atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket.</p><p>The 19-story Atlas V thundered from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station into perfectly clear blue sky, lifting off at 8:38 a.m., with 860,000 pounds of thrust generated by its Russian-made RD-180 engine.</p><p>The early flight proceeded as planned through the first of two burns by the rocket's Centaur upper stage, but the mission won't be complete until the satellite called GPS IIF-12 is deployed nearly three-and-a-half hours after launch.</p><p>% INLINE %</p><p>News 6 partner Florida Today reported that the mission marks the "end of an era," according to the U.S. Air Force, which operates the 30-satellite GPS constellation used worldwide for precise navigation and timing information.</p><p>It's the last of a dozen GPS "IIF" satellites built by Boeing, the first of which launched in 2010. Each is worth roughly $250 million.</p><p>Eight GPS satellites have now launched in just two years, a modernization campaign described as the most aggressive in two decades.</p><p>But the first satellite in the next generation, called GPS III and built by Lockheed Martin, won't be ready to launch for more than a year.</p><p>Today's launch was the first of 2016 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, which could host as many as 30 this year by ULA and SpaceX rockets.</p><p>Gusty winds looked like they might pose a problem early in the countdown, but they calmed as the 19-minute launch window arrived.</p><p>The mission was delayed two days to allow time to inspect electrical connectors on the Atlas booster.</p><p>ULA plans to launch again in just five days, with a Delta IV rocket carrying a National Reconnaissance Office mission from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.</p><p>SpaceX could launch a commercial communications satellite from Cape Canaveral later this month.</p>

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