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These videos touched, rocked, shocked and stirred up Sacramento in 2016

Video of violence between neo-Nazis and protesters opposing the fascist presence at the state Capitol on June 26, 2016, captured the attention of people in the region, one of several videos that connected with sacbee.com readers in 2016.
Video of violence between neo-Nazis and protesters opposing the fascist presence at the state Capitol on June 26, 2016, captured the attention of people in the region, one of several videos that connected with sacbee.com readers in 2016. The Sacramento Bee

News erupted in various ways in various arenas in 2016, and the ubiquitous camera captured many​ moments for us to relive. Here are key videos that told those 2016 stories of Sacramento and the greater capital region.

POLICE SHOOTINGS:

Security camera video obtained Tuesday by The Sacramento Bee shows Joseph Mann running down Del Paso Boulevard as he is chased by Sacramento police officers. He stops and gestures toward the officers, who then shoot him multiple times.

RELATED: I'm not gonna force it,' officer says seconds before fellow cop shoots Joseph Mann

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JERRY BROWNISMS

Gov. Jerry Brown promised California would continue to vigorously pursue climate science the annual American Geophysical Union fall meeting in San Francisco. Video courtesy of American Geophysical Union

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NAZIS AMONG US

A protester against white supremacy members recalls the violence at the State Capitol on Sunday, June 26, 2016. Anti-Fascist and fascist groups clashed in several areas on the grounds of the State Capitol resulting in at least 10 people injured -

RELATED: Watch anti-fascist protesters physically attack the press

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DEMARCUS COUSINS GOES OFF

Sacramento Kings DeMarcus Cousins goes on a profane tirade against Sacramento Bee sports columnist Andy Furillo.

RELATED: Coach Joerger responds to discipline of Cousins, time to move on

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KANYE WEST GOES OFF

Warning: Video includes offensive language. During his Sacramento show at Golden 1 Center, Kanye West made a rambling speech before walking offstage.

RELATED: Sacramento concertgoers express 'utter disbelief' in Kanye West

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A DOG FINDS A HOME

The German shepherd that spent weeks along Highway 99 is going home with Galt Officer Sylvia Coelho. Freeway Frida was suffering from a broken leg, malnutrition and other ailments.

RELATED: Meet 'Freeway Frida,' the dog rescued from Highway 99 median

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DOG MAULING

Linda resident Ronald Trapp mourns the death of 9-year-old Tyler Trammell-Huston, who was mauled to death by three dogs that were described as pit bulls or pit bull mixes now being held at Yuba County Animal Control. "May the child rest in peace,"

RELATED: Emotional dad, John Huston, talks about son killed by pit bulls

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TWINS, TOGETHER AS TWO

Conjoined twins Erika and Eva Sandoval stable following successful separation ​at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital on Tuesday, December 6 in a 17-hour surgery.

RELATED: Family lovingly prepares Sandoval twins on the morning of separation surgery

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SEE IT, RAW

Watch as a plane full of skydivers flips over and crashes and the skydivers escape the plane. Sebastian Alvarez was on the Cessna 208, wearing a helmet camera and capturing dramatic moments as the plane crashed in a Lodi vineyard, clipping a grape

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BYE, PIE

Sean Thompson, 32, explains why he threw a pie at Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson.

RELATED: Activist: 'I felt like I needed to do something jarring' to get mayor's attention

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