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Anti-fascist protesters confront TV crew at California Capitol

A group of anti-fascist protesters confronted a KCRA television news crew at the Capitol on June 26, 2016. Beware explicit language.
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A group of anti-fascist protesters confronted a KCRA television news crew at the Capitol on June 26, 2016. Beware explicit language.

Here are the five most popular videos of the week at Sacbee.com.

1.) Several of the most-watched videos of the week were from the riot on the grounds of Capitol Park. At least 10 people were injured -- five of them stabbed -- in violent protests between groups of neo-Nazis and anti-fascists. Read more: At least 10 hurt at chaotic, bloody neo-Nazi rally at Capitol

At least five people were stabbed in a riot that broke out at the state Capitol Sunday between more than 150 anarchists and “anti-fascist” protesters and about 25 neo-Nazis who had gotten permission to rally on the west steps, police said.

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 -

2.) Deston Garrett, a Sacramento High football player, was allegedly killed by a friend during an argument over music. He was to graduate four days after the shooting. Full story: Sacramento High football player allegedly killed during argument over music

Friends, family and classmates gathered at Sacramento Charter High School to remember 19 year-old Deston Garrett, a student and football player shot and killed days before his graduation.

3.) This was a strange one. A man was caught on surveillance video pouring sugar on himself in the popular midtown restaurant Mother.

An unidentified man was caught on video breaking into the restaurant Mother in Sacramento on June 25, 2016, and pouring powdered sugar on himself.

4.) After Donna Zurfluh, 65, was killed during her daily morning walk in Elverta, her husband called for the driver to turn himself or herself in: ‘You left my wife laying in a ditch,’ says husband of hit-and-run victim

Ron Zurfluh of Elverta wants justice for his wife, who was left to die on an Elverta Highway. "She’s the love of my life, my only love of my life,” he said.

5.) Vandals struck a Colfax Little League park, causing thousands of dollars in damage and forcing the cancellation of a big tournament.

Placer County Sheriff's Office said this vandal struck at the Colfax Little League Park on June 21, 2016, causing thousands of dollars in damages. Little leaguers had to cancel a big tournament at the park the next day, according to the sheriff's

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