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These were videos that generated the most interest among sacbee.com audiences during the week ending Saturday, July 23, 2016. This week it’s a top five, plus a couple of bonuses.

1.) Homicide of Rocklin girl investigated

A 14-year-old boy is in custody following the death of a 13-year-old girl at their Rocklin home.

2.) Police bodyslam black teacher, tell her African-Americans have ‘violent tendencies’

Breaion King was pulled from her car and thrown to the ground by a police officer during a traffic stop in Austin, Texas, in June 2015. The police department publicly released the patrol car video in July 2016. It shows a white officer violently s

3.) Jim Harbaugh on Chip Kelly: ‘I think he’ll do great’

Jim Harbaugh talks about the Michigan Wolverines and the San Francisco 49ers from the American Century Championship golf tournament.

4.) Rocklin man found this video on GoPro lost in Folsom Lake

Jeff Dumm went on a recent hike at Folsom Lake and came upon a GoPro camera buried in the sand. He retrieved the video and went on a search for the owner of the camera lost at the bottom of the lake. according to Dumm's Facebook posted on the week

5.) What just popped up in West Sac?

The "Barn" is set to open this spring on the West Sacramento waterfront. Part of the Bridge District development, it's envisioned as a community gathering point where people can listen to music, grab a beer or visit an open air market.

Bonus video (in honor of cops and dancers everywhere)

Citing the strained relationship between some communities and the law enforcement agencies in the wake of questionable in-custody deaths, the West Sacramento police department jumped at making a Running Man Challenge video. The video features doze

Bonus video #2 (in honor of GOP convention delegates who also like to dance)

Republican delegates descended on Cleveland to hear speeches, cast votes and ... dance. From Bruce Springsteen to Johnny Cash, a live band covers all the GOP favorites, and the Quicken Loans Arena floor turns in to one big GOP dance floor.

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