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Son of K9 hero, Bodie, graduates to police work

K9 Officer Bodie saved the life of his partner, Sacramento Police Officer Randy Van Dusen’s on May 18, 2012, when the dog was shot trying to apprehend Lucus Jerome Webb, 33, a car theft suspect, following a car chase and foot pursuit through Land
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K9 Officer Bodie saved the life of his partner, Sacramento Police Officer Randy Van Dusen’s on May 18, 2012, when the dog was shot trying to apprehend Lucus Jerome Webb, 33, a car theft suspect, following a car chase and foot pursuit through Land

Here are the top 5 most popular videos at sacbee.com for the week ending Aug. 20, and a bonus sixth video at the top of this story.

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Raw video footage of firefighters scrambling across Lake County trying to help contain the Clayton Fire in Lower Lake, Calif.

Story: Firefighters continue to clamp down on the Clayton Fire that has scorched nearly 4,000 and destroyed nearly 300 structures in a week’s time. The fire that has ravaged portions of Lake County is 80 percent contained.

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Fire officials said on Monday, Aug. 15, 2016, that it could be a "matter of several days" before evacuations are lifted in some areas destroyed by the Clayton Fire in Lake County. The fire, consuming 3,000 acres and only 5 percent contained on Mon

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A former lumber sales executive in Humboldt County, David Winkle was a regular guy who hit hard times while in his early 50s. That's when he decided to start growing marijuana and reinvent him as "Papa Winks," an interstate drug trafficker. It was

Story: In 2009, after the cancer death of his wife of 13 years, after his double hip-replacement surgery, after the economic downturn drove him out of the construction business, lumber sales executive David Winkle, then 53, decided to reinvent himself – as a marijuana grower and drug trafficker called “Papa Winks.”

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On Sunday, Ryan Whitney's son, Chris, went for a swim at Shasta Lake with his friend, Jacob Savage. They never expected they'd be attacked by five otters. Hear Ryan Whitney describe the attack.

Story: Two boys, ages 13 and 14, are attacked by five otters at Shasta Lake and then must endure a series of three rabies shots.

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The San Francisco 49ers were down to two healthy quarterbacks in practice on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016.

Story: Coach Chip Kelly said Colin Kaepernick will not play in Saturday’s preseason game against the Broncos, but the hope is to have the 49ers quarterback practice in full next week and play against the Packers on Aug. 26.

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