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the transition to presidency is not going smoothly for president elect donald trump. tensions are high as he works to pick his cabinet. plus... his team has yet to discuss even basic elements of the government handoff with key players at the pentagon. abc's maggi rulli has the latest. after being hol for days - president elect donald trump finally escapes from his skyscraper. photos on twitter show trump and his family getting a standing ovation last night at dinner. but the night out also went against protocol - as he left without telling the pool of journalists assigned to cover his every move? a trump spokesperson telling
better plan in place. the dinner break confusion comes amid reports of continuing turmoil inside team trump. former congressman mike rogers? one of trump's top national security advisors - is out...reported ly forced to resign. he spoke out on cnn. i think there is some confusion going on about a chain of command coming out of new york and then there's confirmed white house counselor stephen bannon. as the former editor of breitbart? he led the charge to turn the conservative news outlet into a voice for the alt right and white nationalists. democrats on the hill are calling for him to step down. i think donald trump will stand firm by not going to be pushed aside to do this but it is a problematic situation that one of his first announcement s received this much attention. but this morning... as more cabinent contenders arrive to see the president elect ... trump denies such reports - tweeting the process for picking his cabinent is "very organized" o/c close: some confusion during a presidential transition is normal... president obama took three weeks before naming his first cabinet member. but some of trump's early cabinet choices have created a strong backlash. maggie rulli
this morning senate republicans re-elected kentucky senator mitch mcconnell to be the majority leader. that will make him a key legislative partner for trump when he enters the white house. yesterday mcconnell addressed the senate, saying the country should come together following the election. senate democrats then elected new york senator chuck schumer to be minority leader. it's another mild fall day, with sunny skies and cool coming to this justin? we have another day of sunshine and mild temperatures with highs crossing the 60-degree mark yet again. a few more clouds drift into our sky tonight with lows in the upper 40s. south breezes and partial sunshine push us up to around 70 tomorrow, nearing record highs for the day. that warmth will be short-lived as a powerful cold front plows across the area friday, perhaps producing a few light rain showers. while we'll start the day in the upper 50s, we'll
evening temperatures down around 40. a few flurries could fly friday night. a blustery wind, gusting over 35 mph, lasts into saturday morning, reinforcing the cooler air. highs will be around 40 this weekend.toda y: mostly sunny. wind: se 5-15. high: 62 alo: 61 dbq: 61 iow: 64 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 10-20. low: 49 alo: 48 dbq: 47 iow: 50 dakota access asked a federal judge to bypass president obama's administration the bakken oil pipeline. the company wants to lay pipe under a missouri river reservoir. but yesterday the u-s army corps of engineers says it need more time to study the impact of the plan. " "we are not going to allow a pipeline to endanger the clean water that millions of people depend upon." " in the meantime, vermont senator bernie sanders joined protesters as they held more than 200
would stretch from oil fields in north dakota, through 18 iowa counties, to refineries in illinois. protesters support the standing rock sioux tribe. they fear the pipeline will endanger drinking water, and they're concerned about sacred sites. but dakota access officials say they aren't concerned. "kelcy warren, ceo, energy transfer partners - "i think the chances of this pipeline leaking is extremely remote." as the corps of engineers looks further into the issue, they have not decided whether to grant an easement to allow for construction. rally in front of a federal building in downtown des moines yesterday. they say they're upset a big oil company continues to rip up land in the state. they're concerned about how a potential spill would affect water and land. "there are ways to change things yet the people telling us that are not willing to take the time or whatever it takes to change it for us for the better." the iowa utilities board reports more than 90
ground. this afternoon, two iowa legislators will meet with people in dubuque. they want ideas on how to fight the state's opioid abuse crisis. that's according to our coverage partners k-d- t-h. state representativ e chuck isenhart of dubuque and state senator rob hogg of cedar rapids are part of a special legislative committee. it's studying ways to combat abuse. the meeting is at northeast iowa community college's town clock center at 1. option for some people living in eastern iowa. this morning fareway stores opened their new location on main street in anamosa. the city had been trying to keep a grocery store after another long time store closed last year. doing so, would keep residents from having to drive so far for food. fareway made the announcement for the anamosa store back in december. the company is also building a store in peosta. in iowa city, the city will move forward with a renovation project to the ped mall.
improve underground electrical components and pipes. they'll also rework the brick walkway, replace planters, and add an elevated stage. as work finishes up on the washington street project, downtown businesses will have a year off from construction. "construction crews have been really mindful of working around the businesses and making sure they have access it'll always have access. businesses will always remain open regardless of construction 33:15 " the engineering firm will spend most of million dollar project. construction will start in 20-18 and take about two years. a family who owned a sock making company for more than 40 years in osage, sold their company to a firm in texas. fox river mills will become a subsidiary of another sock maker, long- water. fox river specializes in knitting socks and handwear. it's not clear what the sale means for jobs in osage.
unanimously rejected a townhome project called the commons. a company wanted to build the 50-unit complex on blairs ferry road, about a mile west of edgewood road. the city council turned down the rezoning request after complaints from neighbors. they said the high density housing would be problematic for the area. senator joni ernst wants more information from the u-s department of veteran affairs. that's after a 32 year old veteran took his own life. it happened november 7th after the v-a told curtis for help. he suffered from post- traumatic stress disorder. ernst wrote a letter to the v-a inspector general demanding an investigation. she wants to know why the v-a was unable to provide care for him. a friend says he knew gearhart had memories that haunted him. "it's really unfortunate i guess the best way i can put it that we don't have better healthcare or mental health care for the va." in the letter, ernst said she
another iowan veteran not getting adequate care. the federal government has identified the remains of a missing world war two marine from oelwein. now he'll receive a proper burial with full honors. marine private first class wilbur mattern was 23 when he died. he was fighting on a pacific ocean island during world war two. the government recently found his remains inside a burial site there. mattern will receive a proper burial next monday, nov cemetery near washington, d-c. today is the last day to give to the variety children's charity. the fund supports families caring for a critically ill child. that could mean a gas card to help with travel, meals, or taking care of a phone or electric bill. to donate, you can call the k-m-r-y radiothon at 319-378-6400. we also have a link to donate on our website at k- c-r-g dot com. there's a push to help officers in eastern iowa get a cup of coffee.
incident in cedar rapids, where a woman verbally attacked officers in a coffee shop. we look at that story in our next half hour. and up next, we're talking about the importance of exercise as we age. we'l show you a fun way some seniors are staying healthy. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your
sky tonight with lows in the upper 40s. south breezes and partial sunshine push us up to around 70 tomorrow, nearing record highs for the day. that warmth will be short-lived as a powerful cold front plows across the area friday, rain showers. while we'll start the day in the upper 50s, we'll tumble into the afternoon with evening temperatures down around 40. a few flurries could fly friday night. a blustery wind,
into saturday morning, reinforcing the cooler air. highs will be around 40 this weekend.toda y: mostly sunny. wind: se 5-15. high: 62 alo: 61 dbq: 61 iow: 64 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 10-20. low: 49 alo: 48 dbq: 47 iow: 50 tomorrow: partly cloudy, mild, and breezy. wind: s 15-25. high: 72 alo: 71 dbq: 70 iow: 73 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind: s 10-20. low: 58 alo: 57 dbq: 57 iow: 60 friday: chance of showers with falling temperatures. winds will gust over 35 mph. high: 62 low: 58 saturday: partly cloudy, much cooler, and windy. winds may gust over 35 mph early.
you age. experts say exercise is key, especially for seniors. cnn's mary moloney looks at what some seniors are do ing to stay fit. "we have one basic rule. don't fall off the ball." seniorswill focus on core strength and flexibility routines using an exercise ball known as a fitball. "the uniqueness of it is that you can sit on the ball, you can lie on the ball, on your back, land the ball on your stomach. you could put the ball behind you, you can put the ball in front of you. and then that creates this huge variety of exercises." the centers for disease control and prevention recommend adults age 65 and older engage in 75 to 150 minutes of aerobic activity every week and muscle-strengthenin g exercises at least 2 days of every week. fitball instructor linda long says push-ups, t-upsn
for any participant, long suggests modifications. the goal is for everyone to feel better mentally and physically. "i want them to be stretched out when they come to the class, i want to laugh. i want them to have had at least two laughs to sort of let their day ago." for today's health minute, i'm mary moloney as we approach the holidays, many people will fight adding on the pounds. that's coming from all the turkey, stuffing, pies, and goodies coming our way researchers have a new warning for women when it comes to weight and heart disease. they followed nearly 160 thousand women and found fluctuations in weight may increase the risk of heart disease. women who reported lots of weight gain and loss had three and a half times the risk of dying from a heart issues within an 11 year period. many people have enjoyed our mild fall, and up next we explain just how much it's helping farmers. plus, the election means there are changes coming for the e-p-a. we look
months.. a new environmental protection agency administrator will be appointed.. and president elect donald trump says that person will be farmer friendly.. but o has had to engage a lot with agriculture.. not all of their rules.. or tasks are finished up.. but the old e-p-a administration.. wants to make a smooth move.. to the new one.. "so we'll begin working with the transition team, identifying the issues that that are ongoing. identifying some of the challenges we see that continue into the next administration. provide them with information, and do anything we can to help them to get off to a running start once
january." carleton says they aren't done with the term yet, though.. they still have a few decisions to make concerning some more pesticide registrations, the announcement to the renewable fuel standard, which he says is on track.. they also have worker protection standards.. and have to put certified training rules in place... one of the achievements of the agency.. according to carleton.. is the waters of the u.s. rule.. which he admits as controversial.. another achievement.. was that the agency has approved nearly four hundred 50 pest control to agriculture is important.. but not easy.. "just to address some of the challenges that we have to protect public health in the environment while making sure that our farmers and ranchers can do the things that they need to do to produce." ---- farmers had a perfect week to wrap up harvesting.. nearly the full seven days were good for field work according to the iowa crop progress report.. corn harvest is finally on a normal pace.. 94 percent has been harvested.. the first time
percent. the progress report has stopped reporting on the soybean harvest.. because it's nearly all done.. however.. southwest and south central iowa still have about 10 percent left of its soybean crop to harvest. grain movement has slowed down.. about 55 percent moderate to heavy.. ---- it was a bit of a turnaround tuesday.. livestock sectors... breached the red.. but corn and beans are back up.. the real strength from the corn market and also on the wheat market, we got down to very competitive levels in the world when we reached this $3.43-$3.45 on march. hard red winter wheat is the cheapest wheat in the world. the corn's the cheapest corn in the world up to march, so we're very competitive, that's given us some strength. we're also seeing some funds that are short positions buying back some of their positions, and that's also given strength to some soybeans. but the weather in south america is near ideal, but the
under pressure with the turkey competition. all eyes are focused on wednesday's video auctions for fat cattle. that's been setting a bit of the tone. so that's given us a bit of a handcuff trade today." "the hog market really is just under a little bit of pressure today. cash market continues to push lower. it's been a steady grind to the down side. we have bigger numbers ahead. it looks like the kill this week is again hog market seasonally pressure as the turkeys over there are pressuring us a little bit also." ---- and that wraps up the show for today.. thanks for tuning in.. i hope to see you again tomorrow. ---- we'll post a video every day in the agriculture section of kcrg.com. i'm david geiger with the agribusiness report. trt oc: standard last week we honored our veterans, and now the iowa attorney general is upping their protection. we'll talk with barbara green from the better business bureau up next. stay
veterans and service members because they have a steady income... but, in honor of veteran's day last week, the iowa attorney general tom miller is upping their protection. joining me now is barbara green from the bbb.. hello barbara... miller announces strengthened consumer protection efforts for iowa's veterans and service members efforts include complaint form and website
service member complaints des moines - attorney general tom miller today announced a series of special consumer protection efforts designed to assist iowans who are active duty service members or veterans. "veterans day reminds us of the profound sacrifices that men and women have made to protect us all, for which we are thankful," miller said. "our office is strengthenin g our year-round consumer protection efforts for iowans who serve or have served in the military, as they can be specially targeted by scammers and businesses that engage in deceptive practices." scammers and dishonest businesses may target veterans and service members because of their steady targeting veterans include solicitations for deceptive military benefits services, and attempts at collecting personal information. active duty service members may be solicited by predatory lenders. the consumer protection division is enhancing its consumer protection complaint intake process, increasing consumer protection awareness through the office website, and has brought in a military veteran volunteer to assist with complaints from iowa consumers who are veterans or active duty service members. complaint forms now identify service members and veterans: consumer protection division complaint forms now include a check box for consumers to identify themselves as active duty service members or veterans. the office will prioritize those
what consumer issues uniquely affect service members and veterans from iowa. increased consumer protection awareness: the consumer protection division has created new web pages specifically for veterans and service members, which provide general legal advice, resources, and scams that may specifically target them. military veteran volunteer: karl schilling, a volunteer and vietnam war veteran, assists with consumer protection complaints and inquiries specifically from service members and veterans. "we want iowans who are current or former service members to be aware of people trying to take advantage of their service and know that nation's health insurance are in. we're looking at how many people signed up for obamacare. and we're following a unique court case out of ohio. we'll take a closer look after police say a man would hypnotize his victims. meteorologist justin gehrts updates our temperatures coming up in your first alert
final tour overseas. find out what he's saying to world leaders about the election situation here. we'll explain why the city of iowa city will allow their police department to "overhire" officers." and protests continue across the nation following the election. w at one from iowa city, and one taking place tonight in cedar rapids. you're watching kcrg-tv9. now, from your 24 hour news source, this is kcrg-tv9 news at midday. u-s secretary of state john kerry says failing to fight climate change would be a quote "moral failure." kerry made the comments this morning at a united nations climate conference in morocco. 2016 is
as for president obama, he spoke this morning in athens during his final foreign tour. while there, he said president elect donald trump and himself quote, "could not be more different." but he went on to say american democracy is bigger than any one person. " "and i am confident that just as america's commitment to the transatlantic alliance has endured for seven decades whether it's been under a democratic or a republican administration, that commitment will continue, including our pledge and our treaty obligation to defend every aly greece's acceptance of refugees has inspired the world. obama is now on his way to berlin for the next leg of his trip. also new this midday... a little more than one million people renewed their coverage or signed up for obama care for the first time. that's according to the obama administration . the numbers show november 1st through the 12th. that number is comparable to early sign ups last year, but the share of new customers is down. president elect trump and the
replace the affordable care act. turning now to our forecast. meteorologist justin gehrts is here today. justin, our weather continues in this holding pattern, what does this mean for our temperatures ? we have another day of sunshine and mild temperatures with highs crossing the 60-degree mark yet again. a few more clouds drift into our sky tonight with lows in the upper 40s. south breezes and partial sunshine push us up to around 70 tomorrow, nearing record hig as a powerful cold front plows across the area friday, perhaps producing a few light rain showers. while we'll start the day in the upper 50s, we'll tumble into the afternoon with evening temperatures down around 40. a few flurries could fly friday night. a blustery wind, gusting over 35 mph, lasts into saturday morning, reinforcing the cooler air. highs will be around 40 this weekend.toda y: mostly sunny. wind: se 5-15. high: 62 alo: 61 dbq: 61 iow: 64 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 10-20. low: 49 alo: 48 dbq: 47 iow: 50 a former divorce attorney from
spend years behind bars for his crimes. police say he hypnotized female clients for his sexual gratification. abc's marci gonzalez takes a closer look at the case. an ohio lawyer- behind bars today after admitting to hypnotizing six of his clients without their consent or knowledge - then molesting them? victim in court he used my trust in his position as my attorney to gain informatio michael fine pleaded guilty?in the case that started in 2013?when according to legal documents one of his clients grfx noticed that after their appointments, "her bra was disheveled, and that she could not recall the entire duration of these meetings." suspicious, "she began tape recording her conversations" ?learning disturbing details about their meetings she says she didn't remember?exp laining that fine "began to use 'code' words" to get her into a "trance-like state" and then "engaged in a sexually charged discussion" saying things like "at the count of 3, you won't be able to control yourself" laura mills /attorney for two victims he would say that he had some relaxation
was try to relax in order to help themselves. the victim took the recordings to police? they sent her into her next meeting with fine - wearing a wire and video recorder? leading to his arrest. abrams on gma - the fact that they were able to -- she has the wherewithal to take it to the police and put this undercover video on her and have the evidence where i think this is what forced them to plead. fine pleading guilty to five counts of kidnapping and one count of attempted motivation specification - michael fine there is just remorse and grief in my heart. fine's attonrey saying in a statement: grfx "he accepted responsibility for what he did wrong." tag- and fine was sentenced to 12 years behind bars - and has been permanently disbarred. meanwhile he faces civil lawsuits from his victims. mg abc news ny in a kcrg t-v nine update...
their tickets written by iowa transportation department officers. we told you about a ruling last month where a polk county judge said the agency didn't have the authority to enforce most moving violations. that comes from the case of a 16 year old who fought a speeding ticket. now, the same law firm filed a motion yesterday on behalf of a group of drivers facing similar citations. the transportatio n department says they plan to fight the motion as other iowa courts continue to uphold citations. new this midday... prosecutors charged a second degree manslaughter in a controversial shooting that sparked protests. saint anthony police officer jeronimo yanez fatally shot 32 year old philando castile during a july 6th traffic stop in a saint paul suburb. castile's girlfriend streamed the aftermath on facebook live. she says the officer shot castile while he reached for his wallet. castile had also told the officer he had a gun permit and was armed. today prosecutors said the officer had no good
was black. his family claims yanez racially profiled castile. the iowa city city council voted to allow its police department to temporarily "overhire." the goal is to increase the diversity of the police force. iowa city budgeted for 66 uniformed officers working the streets. one officer recently left and another will retire by the end of the year. but police can now hire four officers because three of the next four candidates on the certified list ae the city council didn't approve the over hiring, the department would have probably lost candidates. the extra cost will come from temporarily over-staffing. the city will have to find an additional 77-hundred dollars a month for each officer. that's until numbers drop from current officers leaving or retiring. iowa city police say they were lucky to get a number of diverse applicants. "if i wait eight months from now, that won't be the case just
iowa city reserved four training spots at the state law enforcement academy for january. the extra minority officers hired will bring police close to the racial makeup of the entire community. right now, white officers make up slightly more than 92 percent of the iowa city department... and black officers just over three percent. with the new hires, that department's makeup would change to 88 percent white officers and almost eight percent black officers. the 2010 census put at just under six percent. the cedar rapids police are also hiring full time officer positions. the department says it wants candidates who are interested in serving the community while making a difference. cedar rapids officers annually make more than 52 thousand a year plus benefits. applications are due by january 12th. you can find more information about qualifications, salary, and other issues along with this story on kcrg dot com. nats - we got popo wearing a
whacked. donations are pouring in to a local coffee shop to buy coffee for police officers in cedar rapids. that comes after this video hit facebook. the woman live streamed herself cussing out three officers who were wearing black bands in honor of two officers a gunman killed in des moines this month. the woman's outburst happened at brewhemia in the newbo district. the owners had police kick her out for trespassing. w donating to a cause called operation "blue"-hemia. the coffee shop's owners say it started with a couple of customers offering to buy coffee for police officers. the shop has since moved the campaign to go fund me and has raised more than 13- hundred dollars. "this is more about thank the police that removed the woman and saying hey we appreciate the police and what they do." cedar rapids police say officers
brewhemia says if police can't use the funds to buy coffee, it'll donate the money to the police department itself. if you'd like to donate, we've put a link to "operation blue-hemia" in this story on kcrg dot com. iowa city high schoolers say their anti-hate and discrimination march is starting discussions about prejudice in their community and classrooms. nat hundreds hit the streets of iowa city yesterday before holding a candlelight city west high school students say discrimination is not just happening in the community, but in the classrooms as well. " lujayne hamad29:12, "i felt i was too young as a 15 year old to lose hope in the world but this has made me feel a lot better." " students hope the protest will open the stage for a larger discussion. they say they may hold more events like this. a cedar rapids group, positive words and actions, is organizing a
and racial minorities. supporters will meet from 6 to 7-30 tonight near first avenue and seventh street northeast. you have through the end of the month to nominate someone for our annual "nine who care" program. once again, t-v nine and our show you care sponsors will honor nine outstanding volunteers who've made a real difference in their communities. to nominate a deserving volunteer, just go to kcrg dot com slash care. there's a new "sexiest man alive" in the u-s... this time it' plus... find out which organization is bringing reruns of "the cosby show" back to t-v. the next ocean's heist movie to hit the silver screen will feature ladies in leading rolls. but a cast member from the other movies will also join them. find out who..
for the day. that warmth will be short-lived as a powerful cold front plows across the area friday, perhaps producing a few light rain showers. while we'll start the day in the upper 50s, we'll tumble into the afternoon with evening temperatures down around 40. a few flurries could fly gusting over 35 mph, lasts into saturday morning, reinforcing the cooler air. highs will be around 40 this weekend.toda y: mostly sunny. wind: se 5-15. high: 62 alo: 61 dbq: 61 iow: 64 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: se 10-20. low: 49 alo: 48 dbq: 47 iow: 50 tomorrow: partly cloudy, mild, and breezy. wind: s 15-25. high: 72 alo: 71 dbq: 70 iow: 73 tom. night: partly cloudy. wind:
with falling temperatures. winds will gust over 35 mph. high: 62 low: 58 saturday: partly cloudy, much cooler, and windy. winds may gust over 35 mph early. high: 40 low: 29 sunday: mostly sunny and seasonably cool. high: 40 low: 21 monday: partly cloudy. high: 45 low: 23 tuesday: chance of showers. high: 46 low: 32 wednesday: chance of showers. high: 46 low: 36 thusday: partly cloudy. high: 45 low: 34
magazine's "sexiest man alive" to his list of accomplishments. the 44-year-old actor tells people the honor means he has "pretty much reached the pinnacle." last year's winner was british soccer star david beckham. other recent winners include chris hemsworth, adam levine and channing tatum. johnson co-stars in the animated disney film "moana," which hits theaters next week. premiering this week is "fantastic beast and where to find them" starring eddie redmayne. in the "harry potter" prequel, redmayne plays an eccentric oddball wizard and author of the book on magical animals that's harry and his classmates. sot- eddie redmayne, actor: "what i love about this film is it's got all the familiarity of that world, but it's something very different. so, i don't know about taking the baton but i'm enjoying being here." harry potter author jk rowling wrote the screenplay for the movie, set in 1920's manhattan. re-runs of "the cosby show" were pulled from tv in the wake of sexual assault
against its star. but in a social media post, bounce tv announced that the 80's sitcom will be back on the air in december. atlanta-based bounce says it takes the allegations against cosby "seriously," but they believe viewers "see a distinction between bill cosby, the man, and the iconic tv character cliff huxtable." and that's what's happening in hollywood. i'm jason nathanson, abc news, los angeles. you're likely familiar with the "ocean's" movie series, featuring actors like don cheadle, george get ready for another movie in the series featuring major heists. entertainment tonight reports matt damon will make a cameo in "ocean's 8." this time, the cast will feature women making off with the goods, and includes sandra bullock, cate blanchett and anne hathaway. got a question about your pet that you need answered? now's your change to speak to a veterinarian. it's wednesday, which means it's pet day here on the midday. call us now at 319-399-5998 to talk to our vet. that's next
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midday. this morning the u-s senate voted in their leaders. republican kentucky senator mitch mcconnell will remain the majority leader. senate democrats elected new york senator chuck schumer as minority leader. prosecutors charged a minnesota police officer with second degree manslaughter in a controversial shooting that sparked protests. sain jeronimo yanez fatally shot philando castile during a july traffic stop. prosecutors say the officer had no good reason to use deadly force. castile had told yanez he had a gun permit and was armed, but yanez still shot him when he reached for his wallet. this afternoon, state representativ e chuck isenhart of dubuque and state senator rob hogg of cedar rapids will meet with people in dubuque. our coverage partners k-d- t-h reports they want to talk with people about ways to fight the state's opioid abuse crisis.
1. this morning fareway stores opened their new location on main street in anamosa. the city had been trying to keep a grocery store after another long time store closed last year. the company is also building a store in peosta. now, one last look at this morning's weather, we have another day of sunshine and mild temperatures with highs crossing the 60-degree mark yet again. a few more clouds drift into our sky tonight with lows in the upper 40s. south breezes and partial sunshine push us up to around 70 tomorrow, nearing record highs for the day. that warmth will be short-lived as a powerful cold front plows across the area friday, perhaps producing a few light rain showers. while we'll start the day in the upper 50s, we'll tumble into the afternoon with
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