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rning...i'm kevin bbarry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2
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as you wake up and throughout
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will be dealing with a winter storm, and that always makes it tough for people who need to commute. of course, if you don't need to be on the roads today, it's a great idea to just stay home. home.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is live in ... with good reminders if you *do need to travel. travel.guys, the iowa state patrol has some tips if you find yourself on the road during this winter storm today. today.they fir advise everyone o othe roads to drive at an appropriate speed. if conditions are too bad, just slow down.another good reminder: never ususyour cruise control on snow, or ice covered roads.also allow yourself extra time to arrive somewhere. if you're running
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speed up.and finally guys, make sure your full attention is on the road. any distractions will ke it that much easier for you to lose control of your vehicle out on slippery roads. covering the corridor in cedar rapids... stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. thanks stephanie.remember, for the latest weather information, you can download the cbs 2 weather first, weather app.the app give syou current conditions, warnings, hourly forecasts, and more, all for free .just search for the cbs 2 weather app on your apple or android device. the iowa caucusesesave come and gone.. gone..we had to wait until early this morning to find a winner among the democrats.but it was last night when the republican numbers came in. in.donald trump may have been the front-runner for much of the campaign -- but it was texas senator ted d cruz who won the most support from iowa caucus goers.here's a look at the numbers. cruz got nearly 28 percent of the support.it was a tight race for second -- donald trump and d rco rubio were the only two other candidates to get more than double digit support. now we'll take a closer look at@some of the countiesn the corridor..in linn county --
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-- while marco rubio came in second at 24-percentrubio took johnson county by nearly a thousand votes. on the democratic side -- the race was extremely close..iowa democratic party chair andy mcguire said ornight that this the closest democratic caucus in ate history. history.let's take a look at the numbers real quick.with 99 percent of the precincts in, hillary clinton edged out bernie sanders by a barrow margin.but both candidates will l lve the state with a similar number of delegates. right now, 22 will go to hillary, 21 to sanders, with one left to be decided. but while the end result is very close, hillary's campaign ended lala night by speakingng to a crowd in des moines, painting it as a victory. victory."i am honored to stand in a long line of american reformers to make up our minds that the status quo is not good enough, that standing
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thatrings people together to find ways forward that will improve the lives of americans." americans." both clinton and sanders will make their way to new hampshire.. hampshire..but take a look at this video posted on twitter at 4-4-irty this morning by a a member of the sanders campaign. it shows a group of people cheering and welcoming sanders into the state. former former maryland governor martin o'malley has been a distant third throughout this presidential race -- and it showed last ninht when he only got around 1 percent support. so -- o-malley has now dropped out of the race.he says the party must "hold strong" behind whoever becomes the eventual nominee.
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than expected.the g-o-p says it saw record number of caucus goers.democrats also posted one of their stongest turn-outs. outs.even in more rural sites in iowa people stood in long lines to support their candidates.cbs-2 news reporter matt hammill spspt st night with democratic caucus - goers in jones county. nats - in anamosa a packed house crowded with 0 voters and future voters in a close count to support clinton and sanders.janet fisher came to her first ever caucus because of hillary.janet fisher - caucused for clinton (( )) " she stands up and fights for us always and i just want to see her in the white house. " and while most sanders supporters were not 20 somethings - - katat thomas says she had to be here to back berniekatie thomas - sanders supporter (( )) " as a young person the cost of collegis just so tough and i had to drop ououbecause i couldn't afford it. " nats -
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work them over. "only two martin omalley supporters here - one threw inith clininn - e other said no thanan and in the end a one vote difference - - hillary 75 - bernie 74arlie willems - jones co democratic chair (( )) " a lot of iowans see this as their duty and it's an honor for them .... this is the beginning and we see it as a good beginning. "hammill standup - (( )) " now the presidential candidates are off to new hampshire and voters in the corridor have had their say - - and maybe just as important - the phone calls will stop - no one will be knocking on their doors - and this stuff will no longer be clogging their mailboxes ... in anamosa .. i'm matt hammill " on the republican side -- ted cruz's victory was propelled by republican caucus goers who said they wanted a candidate who shared eir values. entrance polls showed two-thirds were born-again christians -- a group likely
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wasn't discouraged. "we will go on to get the republican nomination and we will go on to easily beat hillary or bernie or whoever the hell they throw up there." there."trump also said he was honored to finish in second and congratulated the rest of the g-o-p field.he plans to head to new hampshire, this afternoon. one of the biggest surprises last night was how close marco rubio came to finishing second. second.when it was all said and done, the florida senator was just morthan two- thousand votes shy of taking the runner-up position over donald trump.not even 24-hours before that, a quinnipiac poll had rubio some 14-percent behind trump.here in the corridor, rubio won the most votes among johnson county republicans. the road to the presidency moves on to the next test one week from today. today.the first in the natn primaries are in new hampshire next tuesday. tuesday.then in about three weeks, n nada democrats will caucus on n february 20-th while republicans in south carolina will hold their primaries.then the opposite parties in those
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and now a lookhead to the latest c-n-n poll r rht now coming from new hampshire.in the republican race, donald trump is dominating with 30- percent of the support.but it's a toss up for second place between last night's winner ted cruz, andndarco rubio. rubio.the demococtic race is not any closer.bernie sanders holds a nearly 20-percentage point lead over hillary clinton.the twwill clash head to head this thursday in new hampshire.both candidates are also heading there today to campaign. and cbs 2 news spoke to university of iowa professor tim hagel, about how results from last night will affect the mind set of both voters and candidates. candidates."hopefully for them it clarifies the race that they know who is strong here in iowa who is a good candidate in terms of on the ground appeal to the various people but again new hampshirirs a little bit different for both republicans and the democrats and they get to do what they want we expect bernie sanders will win out for the democrats in new hampshire so clinton can shrug here shoulders a bit about that what's important is how she does here for the repupuicans there are a number
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more new hampshire folks like kasick and bush and even to a certain extend rubio and christie but rubio gets a big bump out of iowa." it's and right now in it's degrees.coming up next...we're still keeping anye on the snow&storm getting closer to thcorridor t ts morning.
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main weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama&- a bit of fog in the area this morninga&-temperatures around the areaa&- takakg a look at regional temperatures we see highs are mild all around iowa - the regional satellite/radar is keeping conditions quiet - let's move ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest surface mapa&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see mainly quiet conditions - today's forecast features clear skies & cooler temperatures- tonight's forecast has us looking for
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conditions- the next three days show more dry and cool weather- our 7 day forecast does bring more cool weather
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it's now on this morning. morning.and if you're in it's degrees. degreeeecoming up next...the new information this morning about the stand off in oregon over federal land -- and the contradicting advice from the
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here's a look at some of today's top stories -- on this morning... cbs 2 news continues to track the stand-off in oregon.cliven bundy, the father of oregon militia leadr ammon bundy, is now telling the remaining four holdouts to stay put.that ntradicts ammon, who i i urging them to leave.federal authorities last week shot and killed the group's spokesman. today ammon bundy witl be back in court, seeking to be released with a gps ankle bracelet. bill cosbybyill be in court today too.cosby's defense team will bring a former prosecutor to the stand and ask a judge to dismiss the only criminal case filed against him.the defense says cosbymade h h a deal with former district attorney bruce castor keeping him from every being charged in the case.castor said he never put the deal in writing.
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and sexually assaulting one woman in 2004. hoops... rankings in early febrbrry don't mean as much as seedings in march... but for iowa fans... rising to number three last week was huge... and even after a loss... the hawks are still in the top- five... in monday's new a-p poll... iowa dropped from fifth to third... maryland jumped up to four after beating the hawks on thursday... and in ames... iowa state moved up a upot after getting a split of kansas and texas a&m l lt week... they moved from 14 to 13... back to the hawkeyes... they put a pummeling on northwestern yesterday to improve to 8-1 in cononrence plpl... that's tied with indiana for first in the big ten... iowa will play in bloomington on february 11th... but the hawks aren't oking at one game or one team... they want sustained success... i'm happy but never content... when you get
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yourself... so i think we need to keep a levehead and keep having success througugut the big ten season... you don't want to look back.. you don't want to far ahead... you've gotta be honest with yourself... hold yourself accountable... this team i think continues to do a couple things... they share the ball and they believe in each other... the iowa women bounced back with two wins last week... thanks in large part to chase coley... cocoy was named to the big ten honor roll... after averaging 20 points a game in victories over michigan and northwestern... and coach lisa bluder js just happy coley and her hawks are back on track.... winning two games is amazing for a young team... a team that wants to get on a roll... a team that continues to work hard... and i'm excited about where we are right now... you've seen it in wins over iowa, oklahoma, and kansas... monte morris is the man that
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so it's no surprise to see morris was named as one of the ten finalists for the bob cousy award... the iowa state point guard is seventh in the nation in assists and fifth in assist-to-turnover ratio... he's also scoror in double figures in 19 games this season... in n-b-a news... the phoenix suns fired former cyclone jeff hornacek on monday... after winning 48 games two seasons ago... hornacek's suns have struggled... they're 14-35 this season... hornacek played at iowa state from 1982 to 1986... d is the program's all time leader in steals andndssists... marion native marcus paige led his u-n-c tar heels into louisville tonight... and it was a tough start for number five... but he started cookin' in the second half... this three is his first field goal of the game... and cuts the lead to two... then later.. paige goes baseline... and gets the nifty jumper to fall... this was a good game... but paige and the tar heels go down, 71-6565.
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jacobus made his college decision monday... and he's seeing black and gold... jacobus will join cougar teammate shaun beyer at iowa as a prefefred walk-on... jacobus was a first team all- state defensive lineman as a senior... and as a hawkeye... he'll play d-line or jacobus will join cougar teammate shaun beyey at iowa
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super bowl 50 is edging cler and we're w getting a look at some of t t commercials that will be played.mountain dew tweeted out brief videos of their commercial's star and it's pretty bizarre. bizarre.it's a creature that looks like a mix of a baby, a monkey, a horse and a space alien.one video shows the creature acting like a human baby by sitting in a high chair.mountain dew won't say
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but we know it will be expensive.cbs is charging five million dollars for 30-second ads to air during super bowl 50. 50.this is mountain dew's first super bowl ad in 16 years.dont forget you can watch super bowl 50 right here on cbs2! good morning good morning again -- it's now right now it's degrees in just ahead...what you need to know to stay safe on the roads this morning, when the snow starts f fling in eastern iowa. iowa.you're watching c-b-s 2 this morning -- covering the
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cbs this morning...the latest updates about this morning's snow storm -- and how you can n ay to date all day long. the developments overnight over the the tight race to win the iowa caucuses for both major parties. the latest information about which candidates are still in the race -- - d who is callingng it quits. welcome to cbs two this
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barry.i'm kevin bbarry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. les get a check of our cbs 2 weather first forecast. winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are now in effect through tomorrow morning. heavy snow is possible, especially near and north of highway 20. to the south, rain and ice possible and could lead to slick roadways. for toy, in the south mperatures will start to increase above freezing with rain and a wintry mix moving in. later tonight there could be additional snowfafa
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as that strong winter storm
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are getting ready for the morning commute, and the snow might get here just in time you hit the roads this morning. morning.and that's prompting the iowa state patrol to warn drivers of potential problems they might see while on the road. road.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is live in .. with more on how to stay safe today. today.that right kevin and kekey, it might not look all that bad right now, but it will get worse later on in the day. day.the iowa state patrol has advice for patrol has advice for drivers. be alert while driving. here are couple of tips don't drive too close to the driver ahead leave soso space.also, have a fully charged cell phone and a cell phone car charger on hand, just in case you get into an accident and need to call for help.you never know how you
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lastly, give yourself extra travel time. and drive carefully over overpasses, bridges and ramps. covering the corridor in cedar rapids ... stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. the impending snow is also affecting today's special school elections in linn county. county.voters in the college community and springville school districts will now have to wait until noon for pollll to open.other counties with special elections say they plan to start at 7 this morning, including black hawk county. remember, for the latest weather information, you can download the cbs 2 weather first, weather app.it'll bring you current conditions, warnings, hourly forecasts, and more, all for free .just search for the cbs 2 weather app on your apple or android device. the 20-16 iowa cacuses are now in the books. books.this morning -- there are winners for both parties. parties.hillary clinton edged out bernie sanders last night -- winning 22 delegates to sanders' 21.but for nearly the entire night and into the early morning -- the two democrats were locked in a virtual tie.sanders spoke to his supporters in des moines
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still deadlocked -- and passed along a message that washingtononand the rest of thehe country couldn't ignore. "i think about what happened tonight. i think the peop of iowa have nt very profound message to the political establishment, to the economic establishment and by the way to the mediaestablishment. (cheers) (cheers)sanders and clinton now turn their focus to next tuesday's new hampshire primary.both candidates have campaign candidates both ndidates have campaign stops in that state scheduled for today.thursday night -- they will go thursday nig this morning, ted cruz is also on his way totoew hampshire.
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call himself an iowa caucus winner. winner.the senator from texas won the republican race, gathering 28-percent of his party's votes.it was a tighter than expected finish for second place, with billionone donald drump edging out florida senator marco rubio by a 24 to 23 margin.in his victory speech last night, cruz`declared his win "a victory for the grassroots." when the media said a conservative cannot win, nationwide over 800,000 contributions pourur in as courageous conservatives said, 'yes we can!''' can!'''with his first place finish, cruz won 8 of iowa's delagates.trump and rubio got 7 and 6 delegates respectively. some say the groundwork ted cruz has put in over the past months could be the reas for his win. win.cruz made a stop at the new covenant bible church in cedar rapidsdsor a republican caucus.cbs 2 news reporter steffi lee recaps the coverage
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many reports have ted cruz winning the iowa caucuses and this is nonoa surprise at frfr ththcaucuses here at the new covenant bible church where he was among the top three with trump and rubio. rubio.turnout from aoss linn county surged out here tonight - with more than 1300 caucusgoers at this s church.we found many first time caucus goers out for cruz, trump, and rubio who is has maintained a solid third in the polls but came in second for many precincts here last nightht senator ted cruz made his stop here to make his final push before caucus goers made their decision.he told the crowd he will be a president who will defend the constitution, will tell departmenenof justice to investigate planned parenthood, and get rid of the nuclear deal.linn county republican party co-chair brett mason told me it's no surprise cruz came out on top because he says this was a more conservativivdemographic and completed the full grassley visiting all 99 counties.many voters told us they really want someone who can turn the economy around,
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maintain support for a moderate conservative.sot: sot:07:38:17 "i can see im personally surprised with how they turned out you know, some of therecincts we have here are more conservative, some of the precincts are smaller and less onservative, we had a nice mix of all of them here." here."across from this room at the democratic caucus, they had two delegates for sanders and two for clinton. and governor martin o malley wasnt viable - which follows the news of the suspending of his campaign.covering the corridor in cedar rapids, steffi lee, cbs 2 vews. the iowa caucuses are in the books this morning -- and so is mike e huckabee's presidential campaign. campaign.the former arkansas governor suspended his bid for the white house last night after grabbing just two percent of g-o-p caus-goers. huckabee won the 2008 republican caucuses. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.still to come...the new way sserbowl players are talking to the media this year
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wiwier storm warnings and winter weather advisories are now in effect through tomorrow morning. heavy snow is possible, especially near and north of highway 20. to the south, rain and ice possible and could lead to slick roadways. for today, in the south temperatures will start to increase above freezing with rain and a wintry mix moving in. later tonight there could be additional snowfall throughout the area. in the north, near 6 to 8 inches, 2 to 4 near cedar rapids and 1 to 2 south of i-80. winds will also pick up later today and night and through tomorrow morning with gusts increasing to near 40 0 les per hour which could cause blowing and drifting snow. there after, temperatures drop below freezing for the rest of this week with even colder temperatur for areau that get more snow. we are now just five days out from super bowl 50.for the first time ever, super bowl media day was held in the prime time. time.as jamie yuccas shows us, boththbroncos and panthers players took advantage of the
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light. (pkg) nats of cro. super bowl 50 opening night kicked off with a huge production at the sap center in san jose.nats the denver broncos took center stage first. sot: peyton manning i didn't even realize i was on a bridge until i walked out here and the big question willveteran quarterback peyton manning retire after the big game? he says he doesn't know.nats -- then came the carolina panthers reporters swarmed all 11 booths set up for allhe key players and coaches from both teamsjamie yuccas on cam bridid: when trying to get to the night's biggest names, like panther's quarter back cam newton, this is where reporters start and then fight for position. jamie: are you having funcam newton: right now, not a l l. this week: it willlle great.the nfl wanted to take away some of the crazy antics of years past- but there were still costumes and of course light hearted questionfor the plarsthe broncos von miller was s expected to put on a show. jamie: you're a fashionable guy: i put on what they told me, no crazy hat? it's about
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show for fans who left soaking in some of biggest names in football ahead of the biggest game of the year.jamie yuccas,
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we are now we are now just five days out from super bowl 50.for the first time ever, super bowl media day was held in the prime time. time.as jamie yuccas shows us, both broncos and panthers players took advantage of the sp-lighgh lighgh (pkg) nats of crowd. super bowl 50 opening night kicked off with a huge production at thsap center in san jose.nats the denver broncos took center stage first. sot: : peyton manning i i dn't even realize i was on a bridge until i walked out here and the big question will veteran quarterback peyton manning retire after the big game? he says he doesn't know.nats -- thenename the carolina panthers reporters swarmed all 11 booths set up for all the key players and coaches from both teamsjamie yuccas on cam
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like panther's quarter back cam newton, this is where reporters start and then fight for position. jamie: are you having fun? cam newton: right now, not a lot. this week: it will be e great.the nfl wanted to take away some of the crazy antics of years past- but there wewe still costumes and of course light hearted quesesons for the playersthe broncos von miller was expected to put on a show. jamie: you're a fashionable guy: i put on what they told me, no crazy hat? it's about my team and staying focused.a show for fans who left soaking in some of biggest names in football ahead of the biggest game ofhe year.jamie yuccas,
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it's and you're watching cbs 2 this morning... morning...and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.still to come...the new title being used for a
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welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your_______ your_______ shares of chipotle stock spiked almost five percent monday on news the chain's e. coli outbreak seems to be over. the cause of the outbreak k ststl unknown.dozens of customers in several states...reported getting sick after eating at chipotle
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been reported.to win back customers, chipotle is planning deep discounts for the upupming super bowl weekend.next monday... it will briefly close all of its restaurants for meetings with employees. it appears layoffs are coming to yahoo - a move that could help its c-e-o keep control of the cocoany. the wall street journal reports those cuts could amount to 15-percent of the more than 11-0thousand employees.officials aren't commentting ont right now. c-e-o marissa mayer has been trying to fend-off a group of angry shareholders.they say in the past three-and-a-half years -- mayer hasn't made progress in the attempt to turn around yahoo's financial performance. after 15 years -- a few passenger perks are making a comeback on u-s flights -- and that includes free snacks. snacks.american announced the return of complimentary treats for its economy class passengers.this comes after united made the same announcement a few weeks ago - while delta never stopped offering free snacks.the free in-flight food will be rolled
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we're getting 're getting ready for superbowl 50 and taking a look at some of the commercials we can expect this year. year.this is heinz's super bowl ad that is just too adorable.a group of dadashunds or -- as many call them -- weiner dogs are running across a feild dressed like hot dogs. they are running to get to their family of heinz condiments.and in the background harry nilsson's "without you" plays.it's part t of a neneheinz campaign called "meet the ketchups". ketchups".cbs is charging cbs is charging about 5 million dollars for a 30 second ad during the super bowl!don't forget you can watch super
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winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are now in effect through tomorrow morning. heavy snow is possible, especially near and north of highway 20. to the south, rain and ice possible and could lead to slick roadways. for today, in the south temperatures will start to increase above freezing with rain and a wintry mix movingngn. later tonight there could be additional snowfall throughout the area. here's a look at some of today's top stories -- on this morning... right now -- the world is dealing with another global health crisis. crisis.the world health
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given that declaration to the zika viruruoutbreak.the mosquito borne disease is linked to birth defects in central and south america. the w-h-o says a coordinated international effort is necessary -- with confirmed
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happening r if you're juju getting up, good morning - it's now right now it's degrees in coming up next...the latest reshuffling in the democratic race for the white house after a tough night in iowa for one candidate. candidate.you're watching
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