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Popular videos: These caught your attention this week at sacbee.com

It was a big day for Ethan Dean, whose wish was granted by a caring community. Video of Ethan’s escapades was widely viewed by sacbee.com audiences.
It was a big day for Ethan Dean, whose wish was granted by a caring community. Video of Ethan’s escapades was widely viewed by sacbee.com audiences. efletcher@sacbee.com

These were videos that generated the most interest among sacbee.com audiences during the week ending Saturday, July 30, 2016. This week it’s a top five, plus a bonus.

1.) 6-year-old gets his dream job: Garbage man for a day

Six-year-old Ethan Dean, who was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at just 2 weeks old, gives a high five while getting a lift from Capt. Recycle Mitch Zak during his stop at The Sacramento Bee to pick up recycling. It was all part of Ethan's day ful

2.) Sacramento Republican explains why he's backing Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention

Sacramento's Doug Elmets, a public relations and political consultant and former Reagan administration staff member, has never voted for a Democrat in his life. That's changing this election. And on Thursday July 28, 2016, he will address the Demo

3.) Sneak preview of luxury K Street apartments

The MAY Building at 11th and K streets in downtown Sacramento opens this week with 21 upscale apartments. Rents will range from about $1,850 to the high $2,000s.

4.) Loretta Sanchez says race is a reason for Obama's endorsement of Kamala Harris

In an interview with Sacramento's Spanish-language Univision 19, California Democratic Rep. Loretta Sanchez was asked why President Barack Obama had endorsed Attorney General Kamala Harris in the unusual race for U.S. Senate.

5.) 'You cheated!' Sanders supporters yell at election chief Alex Padilla

Bernie Sanders supporters drowned out California Secretary of State Alex Padilla during a California delegation breakfast meeting at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Monday July 25, 2016.

Bonus video (They looked nasty and sort of tasted that way, too, so why not another look?)

This week's near-record temperatures in Sacramento made it possible to bake cookies on the dashboard of a car with the windows closed on Wednesday, July 27, 2016, in the parking lot of The Sacramento Bee. The result? Edible-ish.

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