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News 6 covers Super Bowl all day Sunday

Astronaut High displays two golden Wilson gootballs sent by the NFL to commemorate former War Eagles who played in Super Bowls, Cris Collingsworth and Wilber Marshall.   [PHOTO: FLORIDA TODAY]
Astronaut High displays two golden Wilson gootballs sent by the NFL to commemorate former War Eagles who played in Super Bowls, Cris Collingsworth and Wilber Marshall. [PHOTO: FLORIDA TODAY]

ORLANDO, Fla. – The Super Bowl airs this Sunday on WKMG-TV, with kickoff set for 6:30 p.m., but News 6 will have you covered all day long.

[RELATED:  Follow big game on ClickOrlando.com

News 6 Sunday Morning will air from 6 to 8 a.m., with anchor Justin Warmoth and meteorologist Danny Treanor bringing you news and weather information from Central Florida and around the world.

At 8 a.m., News 6 Super Bowl Edition will air. Warmoth will be joined by anchors Julie Broughton and Ginger Gadsden, and meteorologist Candace Campos will cover weather. In addition, News 6 sports director David Pingalore will preview the Denver Broncos-Carolina Panthers matchup.

As you're watching the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, featuring Coldplay and Beyonce, be on the watch for the latest News 6 promo.

After the game, News 6 at 11 p.m. will be anchored by Matt Austin and Lisa Bell, who will be joined by meteorologist Tom Sorrells and Pingalore.

During the game, you'll be able to interact with the News 6 team on ClickOrlando.com and social media, as the crew will share tweets, Facebook posts and more.

Don't miss the big game on News 6!