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behind us were the work has been going on for the past couple years causing all these high-end businesses a lot of grief and loss in business. the city wants to turn this into something special, a pedestrian walkway. but through that tunnel is chinatown and the leader in the community says no way. for the past year, the idea of making the annual winter walk here on stockton street into a year-round affair appeared to be picking up steam at every turn. >> a lot of the merchants. a lot of pedestrian activist's. a lot of bike advocates say this would work. >> reporter: but then. political power known as rose pack, who along with chinatown allies has helped make and break every san francisco mayor for the past 70 years. >> we have about 300 family associations, temples, churches
. everybody is here. 100% of our small businesses rely on delivery trucks. >> reporter: ironically, the central subway, which is killing union square means to get the cars and trucks off the street, which is just what the walkway would do. >> more inviting, safe, exciting. >> reporter: but for pack, it's about business as well. >> we have 54 empty storefronts. >> reporter: supporters say the issue deserves a city debate. >> is this open to negotiation? >> i don't think traffic stoppage is open for negotiation. >> reporter: if the closure goes ahead: >> wait until i have blockades and see how they like it. >> reporter: what are you
talking about? >> we have thousands of trucks and blockades blocking city hall and mta for one week. see how they like it. nobody could get in and out. that's a promise, not a threat. it's a reality. >> reporter: threat or promise, it's real. rose pack has a history of delivering, making a show of it. on the other hand, the mayor has a lot of merchants that's a we have been living with this for years. got to make it better because shopping isn't just about the store but the whole environment and that includes something special. >> the mayor of the city, has he taken a stand? do we know? >> reporter: publicly, he says he is studying it. i'll tell you where he stands, in the hot seat. his got two strong people and two strong groups both going at him.
as far as he is concerned, he would like to see it cool off but the clock is ticking. should be interesting. >> the mayor is in a pickle. crews have been working on the central subway project for more than three years. the machine began digging the first tunnel for southbound trains july 2013. last september, workers began laying tracks and construction is expected to finish by 2018 and service starts in 2019. a sign of troubling times for twitter. the social media company is ready to sublease space at its headquarters. twitter is listing nearly 184,000 ft.2 in two buildings at 10th and market including nearly 1400 workstations, 120 conference rooms, and five kitchens. twitter currently occupies 600,000 ft.2 in the
two buildings and sublease a floor earlier this year after making job cuts. police are checking for surveillance or cell phone video of a shooting that left a young man dead at a tourist spot. calvin riley graduated from sarah high school and played baseball at san joaquin in modesto. moments earlier, a family spokesperson says riley and a friend saw strangers standing on a hill but police are not sure if that was the shooter. wilson walker picks up the story. >> we get like 4 million visitors a year, mostly tourists. >> reporter: on this warm up monday, aquatic park looked every bit a tourist hub, packed with people and no sign of what happened just before 10 pm saturday. >> we have car break-ins and that sort of thing but this is unusual. >> reporter: calvin riley, shot in the back as he and a friend
walked the park playing pokimon go. a friend of the family says there was no confrontation, no words exchanged, no robbery and no apparent cause. >> the friend heard a gunshot and turned the corner and his friend was laying there. they noticed a meal with dark complexion running away with a redshirt on. possibly getting into a car. >> we really don't have security cameras in this part of the park. we hope someone has their own personal camera. >> reporter: the murder is making headlines worldwide for what do you riley to this location. >> when you are playing, the different spots give you items for the game and there is tons of stops down this road. >> reporter: we had no problem spotting people who had come to aquatic park specifically to hunt pokemon, many unaware of what happened saturday. >> it's shocking and such a beautiful area.
>> reporter: and that's another hope for investigators, that the lure might have drawn a witness to solve the inexplicable murder of a young man. >> seems like a good possibility someone might have been around looking. we are looking for any assistance from someone who may have seen something that night. >> anyone with information can contact san francisco police or the park service. a gofundme page has already reached its goal to cover his funeral costs. a manhunt is underway after police found two bodies inside a burning car. both had been shot. nearby, another man was found with two gunshot wounds and is now in critical condition. this all happened near empire. police are checking to see whether any of the homes in that area have surveillance cameras. names of the victims have not been released. check out this handwritten sign in sheet at the hall of justice in san francisco. it features witnesses names and
their phone numbers, and then the word "bad guy." instead of "defendant." an in turn may be responsible for the careless sign in sheet. santa clara county court services are in limbo because of an employees strike over pay including hearings and getting police search warrants processed. the union put up a crafts table outside the steps. a spokesperson says it symbolizes a gamble and financing. the $208 million family justice center. a legal victory for chevron over pollution in the amazon jungle. 60 minutes did extensive reporting on this story. in 2011, a court in ecuador ordered them to pay more than $8 billion for oil pollution but in 2014, a federal court
ruled for chevron. it's that the legal team suing for indigenous people had used corrupt means to secure the original judgment. today, an appeals court agreed citing evidence of fraud and bribery of officials. stock in the company rose 7/10 of a % following the news. the search is on for the driver of a stolen pickup truck that crashed into a house in san jose. the owner says he heard what sounded like a bomb when he discovered a pickup truck had punched a hole in the wall of his garage. he says the young man hopped out of the truck and ran away. >> i was sitting there and all of a sudden i heard what sounded like a huge explosion. he drove over the top of the gas main, so the gas was flowing freely. it filled the inside of the garage and the inside of the house. >> reporter: firefighters evacuated the homeowner and neighbor and tell pg&e could cap the ruptured line.
a man in concord died after being pinned underneath a car as he was walking near pacheco and port chicago. the driver is cooperating with police do not believe drugs or alcohol were a factor. police arrested a woman they say is connected to bank robberies all over the area. mary moffat is accused of robbing at least nine banks. 19 people, many of them kids, got sick at a san francisco birthday party this past weekend. the problem, traced back to tainted can be in the goodie bags. jessica florez says it was laced with the psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana. >> reporter: these sugarcoated gummy candies may look harmless but are suspected of poisoning 19 people at a quinceañera saturday night. san francisco public health officials say the candy came
back positive for thc as to 12 patients tested. >> 13 of the patients were 18 or younger ranging from six to 18. >> reporter: marijuana edibles have been banned from colorado dispensaries because they appeal to kids but police don't know how the marijuana candies got into the event at the women's building and eventually sent three children to the icu. raul hernandez was working security and believes the can -- the candy went out in favor bags. >> base candy and they eat it -- they see can be and they eat it -- candy and they eat it. >> reporter: he called 911 when guests started sweating, vomiting and had trouble breathing. >> i had a 21-year-old on the other side who couldn't speak. >> the building doesn't provide food or can be -- candy and
investigators say they will be talking to the oakland-based company that catered the party. the coordinator says the family is shocked over how marijuana edibles ended up inside. >> i think they are trying to process everything that happened and the severity of the situation. >> reporter: investigators have not released the name of the oakland-based catering company and have said for sure if the candy came from the catering company but were told the company remained open today. >> because the caterer is based in oklahoma -- oakland, the learned -- oakland be a is assisting in the investigation. tens of thousands of passengers stranded. why experts say it shouldn't have happened. why one bay area city could spend $70,000 to study.
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ken bastida tells us: delta is slowly recovering from a global outage.. that led to thousands of flight delays and drama at delta airlines. delta is slowly recovering from a global outage that led to thousands of flight delays and cancellations today. >>reporter: at least half of all delta airline flights were affected. the airline has a power outage in atlanta early this morning, knocked out the computer systems worldwide.
by midafternoon, delta says it canceled more than 650 flights and more than 2400 flights were delayed. the delta computer systems are fully functional again but delays still linger as the carrier tries to clear a backlog of stranded passengers. check out the long lines at sfo. one traveler says he was supposed to go through milwaukee, connecting through san francisco but says he is now stuck. >> we learned of a computer crash for the worldwide network on the way to the airport. they are unable to talk to anyone because of to our delays with the phone system. you can't check-in through the automated system. now, we have to wait in this line. >> southwest airlines had to cancel more than 2000 flights over four days because of a computer router failure. as one analyst points out, the good news is these cards in the two
cases are different. >> these problems do occur and the back set -- backups don't kick into place. airlines are technology companies that fly airplanes. their technology systems have to be as reliable as their aircraft and clearly, there is a gap here with delta. >> he also notes just because the outages occurred does not mean an airline is unsafe to fly. he says airlines operate with an abundance of caution and in this case, delta workers are doing a good job getting people back on track. delta is offering customers whose flights were canceled or delayed, more than three hours, a refund and $200 in travel vouchers while some travelers can make a one-time change to their tickets without paying extra change these. that brings us to our night the question. we are asking you to share your story.
have you ever been delayed more than a day? send me a tweet. your poll results and some of your best stories tonight on bay area night beat. join us at 10:00 on kbcw a positive sign at the port of oakland. july was the busiest month in 10 years. total container volume up nearly 9% from a year earlier and export volume increased for the six time in seven months. executives say the numbers offer hope for the peak shipping season in august through october. >> we have had increases in u.s. exports. the dollar is softer. that means u.s. goods are more affordable overseas so good news for the u.s. economy. >> the port also says the numbers strengthen oakland's status as a gateway to asia. the five-minute tunnel in the marin headlands.
the historic tunnel connects sausalito to rodeo beach. it would be closed for up to four months for repair work starting in october. it is expected to cost between $4 million and $7 million. in the next hour or so, a town council in marin county will talk about something not usually talked about at cancel meetings, deer droppings. belvedere is trying to figure out what to do with all the deer. john remus reports, they want to study the animal's dna. >> reporter: velvety or just off tiburon takes up less than 2 mi.2 but it has become a haven for black tailed deer. residents say they are around day and night and some are tired of their landscaping being used
as a buffet. >> residents took it upon themselves to investigate what could be done. >> reporter: they brought a proposal to city hall from a company that offers to capture the deer and release them after being surgically sterilized. before city council can even consider it, one question must be answered. >> how many deer are there on this island? >> that's something we don't know. some folks say 25 and other folks think closer to 100. >> reporter: deer move around a lot so now there is a proposal to count their poop. a professor says he can analyze dna from deer droppings to determine the number and sex of individual animals but it won't come cheap. collecting an initial 100 samples will cost $17,000 and if they have to collect more, it could cost up to $70,000. >> that's a lot of money. the council will really need to think about what that piece of data, how that will help them.
>> i don't want to use my tax dollars to do that. so, if we get to vote, i'm going to vote no. >> joy he says she doesn't mind the deer that sleep below her street and while she understands they can cause problems, she doesn't think the city should be spending money to collect data from due to -- do-do. >> the council will consider the proposal at tonight's meeting because it needs to know the size of the heard before it can get permits for heard management. a california wildfire has spread to las vegas. officials have issued an air quality advisory. the fire broke out off 138 and the san bernardino national forest. flames quickly jumped the road and ripped through drive brush.
since then, it has tripled in size and burned nearly 4500 acres. it is just 5% contained. more evacuations have been ordered for people living near lake arrowhead. there is no word yet on what started the fire. firefighters are making progress on a fire burning in yolo county. the fire has scorched more than 5700 acres since last week and is now 70% contained. highway 1 near big sur will be shut down due to another massive wildfire in monterey county. it will be closed until 6 am. that fire has burned more than 60,000 acres and is 45% contained. >> it's that time of year. it's not really hot but it is the time of year when it doesn't rain.
the first rain is likely about 2.5 months away. we are deep into fire season but we know all is well with our local weather. this is the top of our tower. crystal clear blue skies. if you are watching or listening in san francisco, you are likely seeing grade because we have low cloud cover moving through golden gate, spilling over san francisco and a nice temperature spread, which is common this time of year. concord, 910, pacifica 610. 80s for pittsburgh morgan hill. hayward 750. temperatures close to average. as the onshore flow beacons, some of the pollution stays in the bay area. the air quality will not be good. it will be moderate. when you get to unhealthy, it triggers a spare the air day. later this week, that may happen. normal temperatures today. a light onshore breeze. air pressure about 700 miles away.
that will mute the fire danger around here but that stuff doesn't make it to northern california this time of year. the onshore flow from the ocean, ocean temperature about 560, is keeping temperatures in check. tomorrow, morning cloud cover, afternoon sunshine land temperatures are comfortable. vallejo 820. mountain view 780, napa mid- 80s. san francisco, 670. 900 livermore, 910 fairfield. friday, the onshore flow gets even weaker and we are going to get milder. close to 800 near the bay and mid-90s inland. we hang out around 960 at the coast. we're not going to get super hot or supercold but we will trend warmer through the week. it's august, let it be warm. >> like we have a choice.
♪keep on the sunny side ♪always on the sunny side ♪keep on the sunny side of life♪ you might have wondered why he had deep purple dots all over his shoulders. turns out... if you watched michael phelps win olympic gold last night, you might have wondered why he had purple dots on his shoulders. turns out it's a new type of therapy with its beginnings here. a growing number of athletes swear by it but it is not the traditional chinese medicine. meet physical therapist and assistant professor, krista brought oh -- chris debrado. >> many sports use it. the gymnasts and the swimmers get the most coverage because
they are the least closed individuals but a lot of athletes benefit from better range of motion or better efficiency of movement. >> chris developed a technique now being used by american olympic athletes like michael phelps. you can see it on his instagram account and snippets on his under armor commercial. >> you see it's a little red. >> it looks like traditional chinese medicine, but it's not. >> they are not least on acupuncture points. >> reporter: athletes also move and stretch during the therapy. the tech need -- technique is called msd for short. athletes can develop scar tissue with training that inhibits movement. these cups, called the compressors, suck up muscle and loosen scar tissue. >> we just feels like a strong, intense stretch but there is no pain in the movement.
>> it will go away within five to 10 days. >> chris says he perfected the method last april. he went to colorado springs to show the olympic physical therapists and train is how it's done. teenage birthrates have reached a record low in california according to the department of public health. there are 28 verse per every 1000 girls between 13 and 19 years old. that is down 55% from 2000. donald trump lays out his vision to jumpstart the economy. how the presidential candidates are clashing over who is better for your bottom line. and a royal shakeup. the emperor of japan is ready to step down. the question over whether the next ruler can be a woman. ,
delivery trucks. she is threatening a blockade of city hall if the proposal is passed. a mystery involving marijuana edibles. investigators are trying to trace the origin of gummy candies spiked with thc, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. 19 people including children got sick after eating them. in san francisco's mission district, investigators planned to talk to the caterer. donald trump unveils his revamped economic plan outlining tax proposals, simulating more job growth and of course attacked rival clinton . who benefits the most from his plan? as craig boswell reports, it really depends on who you ask. >> reporter: donald trump delivered an economic plan focused on overhauling the tax code, rethinking america's energy policy and caring of trade agreements. >> americanism, not globalism
will be our new credo. >> reporter: trump proposed lowering the corporate tax rate and 35% to 15% and calls for three income tax brackets of 33%, 25% and 12%. the businessman also calls for full deductions of childcare expenses. >> no one will gain more from these proposals family land middle income americans. >> reporter: trump rarely strayed from the teleprompter, even while protesters interrupted. there were plenty of hillary clinton attacks as well. trump called his democratic rival a candidate of the past. fenton fired back in florida. >> his tax plan will give super big tax breaks to large corporations and the really wealthy, just like him and the guys who wrote it. >> reporter: clinton called trump's plan a spruced up version of trickle-down economics. >> we're going to make the wealthy pay their fair share in taxes for a change.
>> reporter: the latest washington post poll shows more americans trust trump with the economy than clinton. >> clinton will give her own economic speech at the detroit economic club on thursday. a man with bay area ties announced today he is launching a third-party presidential bid. evan mcmullin is a former cia staffer. he became a senior advisor on national security issues. he wrote on his website, "it's never too late to do the right thing and if we work together, there is nothing we can't achieve. as for his chances, not very good. he will face high hurdles through ballot access deadline set half past in many states. the emperor of japan brought the country to a standstill after he hinted that plans to step down during a rare tv address. it was only emperor akihito
second appearance on tv. he says his health is declining but the constitution says emperor's most serve until their death. it would require a change in law to allow him to abdicate the throne. japanese law also prohibits women from becoming emperor. a professor of asian studies says the possibility for a female empress has been opened. >> it would certainly be possible to do that but once you have opened that door, you have opened several others. >> the issue of a female empress came up in 2005 when the crowned prince only had a daughter, making her second in line to the throne but talk of allowing a female empress died down when a male cousin was born the next year. the kansas waterslide billed as the world's tallest
is off-limits as authorities try to figure out how a 10-year- old boy died writing it. he was found dead in the pool at the end up to 169 foot tall slide yesterday. very few details are being released but we know the attraction faced multiple delays before it opened in 2014. adjustments reportedly had to be made to the slightest 'second hello -- hill -- these slide's second hill. >> all our safety inspections are conducted by an outside company. >> the boy was the son of a state representative at the park as part of free admission day for lawmakers and their families. the mother of a teenage skydiver who fell to his death over the weekend says the jump was on her son's bucket list of things to do. tyler turner had a minor case
of cerebral palsy but didn't let that deter him. on saturday, the 18-year-old and an instructor both died after their shared parachute failed to open. the instructor's body was found with his hand apparently trying to open a backup chute. the instructor had about 700 successful jumps. a texas ninth grader arrested for bringing what looked like a bond to class filed suit today, going after the school district, the city, and the principal for civil rights violations. he was detained after showing a suspicious looking pencil case to his teacher that was actually a clock. he made it for science class. the charge of hoax bomb was eventually dropped but he was suspended for three days. the nationwide crackdown to keep e-cigarettes out of the hands of teenagers. and the plan to restore aisus -- a species to one part of the bay area. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
from teenagers. california already has a law with the same goal. new federal rules just 15 to try to keep e-cigarettes from teenagers. >> california already has a law with the same goal but chris martinez tells us the nationwide rules are even tougher. >> reporter: 27-year-old matthew romm gave up regular cigarettes a for electronic cigarettes about a year ago and so far hasn't looked back. >> it doesn't have that same aftertaste as smoking cigarettes. >> reporter: but the government is concerned these products can end up in the hands of children so starting monday, new rules take effect banning sales to minors. >> the new fda regulations make it illegal to sell e- cigarettes, cigars, or hookah tobacco product to anyone under 18. >> experts believe flavored tobacco products is one reason teenage use has skyrocketed. the fda says e-cigarettes can
contain nicotine, which is addictive. >> the earlier a kid experiments with an addictive nicotine containing product, the more likely they will progress to regular use of that product. >> reporter: california has been aggressive at keeping all tobacco products away from young adults. you have to be at least 21 to purchase any tobacco products here. the new rules require retailers to verify a customer's age via photo id. vendors will first get a warning letter if caught selling to minors. he will face fines for a second time. coming up, you know the song, i want a hippopotamus for christmas? a bay area wanted to help a hippo. importing eggs to save a dwindling
the western pond turtle is disappearing from marin county. invasive predators like the san francisco zoo is importing eggs to save a dwindling total population. he western pond turtle is disappearing from marin county. invasive predators like all frogs are using them. that's why the zoo is hatching them in captivity. experts will wait to release the turtles until they get bigger. >> we're hoping to release them at the size of a two or three- year-old turtle so they have a better chance of survival. >> the eggs for the project are coming from a small group of turtles. it could take up to 10
years to restore a healthy population. a six-year-old boy gave his birthday present to a hippo today. it's not the first time. every year since he was 2, but has donated his birthday cash to the only hippo at the zoo. the cash he raises will buy food for his favorite zoo friend. >> reporter: $800 for a six- year-old to raise is incredible and every year, he comes back with more and more money. incredible. >> bud says he wants to raise enough money to build a new exhibit and host a pod of hippos someday. there is a link to his crowdfunding page on our website. 850 in conquered right now. 810 in livermore. it's wildly comfortable throughout the bay area. breezy and san francisco but it
should be. 610 and fog free at the bay bridge. san jose checking in at 750. santa rosa 830. as per normal this time of year, livermore 550. flog and low cloud cover over san francisco. redwood city 560. sunrise, 6:21 am. a storm heading very close to cabo. a tremendous amount of flooding with sustained winds at 65 miles per hour at the center. the center is 55 miles offshore so wind damage should be amenable but a lot of rainfall. this is tropical storm javier. it's going to move off the baja peninsula and wind isn't a concern. but a tremendous amount of rainfall. none of that will make it to the bay area. for us, it will be mess. way too much rain into short time for cabo.
for us, a low pressure area to our north with a light onshore flow wrapping around the pacific northwest keeping temperatures in check. it's not cold or hot outside. a storm about 700 miles away. that hangs out for a few more days giving us cloud cover but not much. we will see some blue skies in the afternoon. futurecast paints a pleasant picture. futurecast all the way to friday. that low isn't there, now replaced by a ridge of high pressure weakening the onshore flow. if you were turning your air conditioner down, your temperature will increase in the house but if you turn our air conditioner down from the ocean, we would get warmer. warmer weather beginning at the end of the week. the next couple days, very close to average. warning cloud cover near the water.
warmer this week. otherwise, good stuff to get outside. conquered 900 tomorrow. napa, 860, santa rosa 870. 60s close to the water. san francisco, morning fog and afternoon sunshine. pacifica, 600 tomorrow. upper 80s and low 90s inland through thursday. low 60s along the coastline. the trend to warmer weather begins friday and last the weekend. mid to upper 70s near the bay.
held overnight for observation. the team said bochy was admitted to the university of miami hospital after feeling ill, but is resting comfo bruce bochy is in a miami hospital and will be held for observation after being at minute after feeling ill. he is resting comfortably and is expected to be back on the bench for tomorrow's game. the marlins offense has thrived under hitting coach barry bonds. johnny cueto found out the hard way. back-to-back home runs in the 5th inning giving miami a 5-1 lead. the giants would rally back in the 7th and hunter pence rips a single to center to drive in buster posey that ties the game and san francisco scores five
runs. that game in the 7th inning. the raiders had a well-deserved day off in napa following five straight days in pads and emotions. >> a lot of men here are getting tired of each other. we are ready to go out and hit somebody else. >> the raiders will get to that friday night in arizona for their first preseason game. the next month is critical for the team's defense that could have up to seven new starters including sean smith, my guest last night. >> karl joseph is new. with all this new talent. how long does it take for these guys to play together, understand each other's strengths and maximize defensive ability? >> that's definitely a question i can't answer but we have four games to get it done. for weeks to get this right.
once we kick off, no excuses. >> the 49ers preseason schedule also gets underway this weekend. they will host the texans at 4:00 right here on kpix. golf is back in the olympics for the first time since teddy roosevelt was in the oval office but most of the sports best players aren't there. even the one who went to rio might not be able to compete. the argentinian player arrived in brazil yesterday but his clubs are somewhere else. he tweeted "delays, rerouting, and 20+ phone calls, can't find my golf bag. i'm going to miss my chance to compete. president obama's clubs, much higher priority. he hit the lake with steph curry at oak bluffs.
the second straight summer that steph curry has been invited to play golf with the president. if you were hanging out this weekend in laporte, where there is no cell phone service, this is what you missed. >> you wonder how many times he would play his career in the u.s., how many hits he would have. 3000 hits in the majors. the first player from japan to reap the miles -- to meet the milestone. and a silver medal in fencing. the giants were on the wrong end back of one of the best catches. ben revere does his best willie mays impression. brandon bolden saved two runs. a massive seven point lead
adding injury to insult for san francisco. hunter pence hit a foul ball off his face. he stayed in the game but will have a visual reminder of that play for the next few days. hunter pence struck out in three pitches but he is back in the lineup tonight. >> might want to put a stake on that blackeye. >> he's been on the disabled list, but he's fighting through it. >> are you going to be on the sidelines for the 49ers game? >> we are the preseason home of the san francisco 49ers, yeah. it's going to be warm out there. producer of the evening, the latest is always on www.cbssf.com. >> see you back here tonight at 11:00. she slimed me. [ laughs ]
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announcer: it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: how are y'all? how's everybody? i appreciate it. thank y'all. thank you very much. i appreciate y'all, now. thank y'all. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man, steve harvey. let me tell me you something. we got a good one for you today. returning for their second day, from columbus, ohio, it's the rubadue family. [cheering and applause] and from neptune, new jersey, it's the wallace family. [cheering and applause] everybody's here trying to win their self a lot of cash and the possibility, though, driving out of here in a brand-new state-of-the-art ford edge. [cheering and applause] hey! let's go meet the wallace
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