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Top 5 videos of the week at sacbee.com (Feb. 19, 2016)

Sacramento Bee

Here’s a recap of the best videos of the week published to The Sacramento Bee’s website.

We’ve included a link to a related story, where applicable.

1) Missing father of bride dances at wedding

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The family of the missing Indian man, who disappeared within hours of his daughter's wedding on Saturday, Feb. 16, 2016, released video of him dancing to dispel any suggestion he may have harmed himself. Sacramento County sheriffs office suspended

The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department halted its search Tuesday for a man who said he was taking a brief walk after his daughter's wedding Saturday at the Grand Island Mansion in the Delta but never returned. No word on whether family will co

2) Motorcyclist suffers serious injury in midtown Sacramento crash (short)

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Sacramento police say a motorcyclist was badly hurt Tuesday morning, Feb. 16, 2016, when he collided with a car at the intersection of 19th and P streets.

3) Lance Armstrong paces pal but not welcome in Western States Endurance run

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Disgraced Tour de France champ Lance Armstrong paces former baseball star Eric Byrnes in Western States Endurance run, but former cyclist not welcome to compete in 100 mile run.

4) Mother of slain Grant football player is ‘overwhelmed’ by news of arrest

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The Sacramento Police Department announces an arrest in the killing of Grant High School football player Jaulon “JJ” Clavo, who was shot to death in November. Police Chief Sam Somers said officers have arrested a 16-year-old male. Nicole Clavo, J

5) The Leonard family rises from the ashes of the Valley Fire

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California endured one of its worst wildfire seasons in history in 2015, and the Valley Fire was the most menacing of all. It tore through 76,067 acres in Northern California, killing four people and leveling 1,280 homes. David and Cindy Leonard a

And here’s a bonus video that shared a lot of views.

Every year thousands get engaged and married in national parks, wildlife refuges and scenic wildernesses. This video is a celebration of love and America's public lands.

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