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Sikh Temple members attend service at White House

Members of the Oak Creek Sikh Temple were in attendance at the White House when the founder of Sikhism was honored. More>>

Sikh Temple opens doors to unite community

The Sikh Temple in Oak Creek opened its doors Wednesday for a special event. More>>

Wisconsin temple shooter did not have drugs in system

Milwaukee County authorities say the white supremacist who killed six people at a Sikh Temple in Oak Creek on August 5, did not have drugs in his system when he committed his assaults.

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UPDATE: Sikh Temple shooter acted alone

Courtesy: EPA Courtesy: EPA

The FBI wrapped up its investigation and found Wade Michael Page was not assisted by any other person or group, and that there is no continuing threat to the Sikh community. More>>

Kids honored for actions during temple shooting

Two young members of the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek were honored for their heroics during the mass shooting this summer. More>>

Dance company holds benefit for Oak Creek Sikh temple

Some area dance students are using their art to help others, by holding a fundraiser for the Sikh temple shooting victims. More>>

Man with ammo detained at Sikh temple

Oak Creek officers detained a man at the Sikh temple where six people were killed in August and found he had ammunition and notebook references to a mass shooting. More>>

Officer remembers Sikh Temple shooting

The Oak Creek police officer who survived 14 gunshots from the gunman who went on a fatal rampage at the Sikh temple says he thought of his training as the assailant kept shooting him, saying "in a high-risk incident, I will survive." More>>

Members of Sikh temple help spa victims' families

Members of the suburban Milwaukee Sikh Temple, where a gunman killed six people in August, are comforting family members of shooting victims at the spa in Brookfield. More>>

4th victim of Sikh temple shooting out of hospital

A Sikh priest injured in the August shooting rampage at his temple in Oak Creek is out of the hospital and is now in a long-term care facility. More>>

India dignitaries visit Sikh Temple in Oak Creek

Dignitaries from India visited the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek in a show of support after the mass shooting two months ago. More>>

Memorial honors Sikh temple shooting victims

A new garden memorial at the Oak Creek High School honors the victims of the Sikh temple shooting. More>>

FBI asked to keep data on anti-Sikh hate crimes

The son of a massacre victim at the Sikh temple in Oak Creek asks the federal government to begin collecting statistics on hate crimes against Sikhs. More>>

Injured Oak Creek Police Lt. thanks community for support

Oak Creek Police Lieutenant Brian Murphy spoke publicly Sunday for the first time since the shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin. More>>

UPDATE: Authorities release parts of Oak Creek temple shooting video

Oak Creek police have released video that show the final moments before the Sikh temple gunman died. More>>

Sikh temple shooting victim upgraded to serious condition

victim from the shooting rampage at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin earlier this month has been upgraded to serious condition at a Milwaukee hospital. More>>

Family of Sikh priest says he's still in coma

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The family of a Sikh priest shot in an attack on their temple says he's still in a coma. More>>

Sister: Sikh temple shooter had alcohol problems

The man who opened fire at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, killing six worshippers and then himself, had a history of alcohol problems, according to his sister. More>>

19 US senators: Add Sikhs to hate-crime tracking

Nineteen U.S. senators are asking Attorney General Eric Holder to have the U.S. Justice Department begin tracking hate crimes committed against Sikh Americans. More>>

Police officer hurt in Sikh temple shooting released from hospital

The Oak Creek police officer hospitalized after the shooting at the Sikh temple in Oak Creek has been released. More>>

Oak Creek standing tall after violence

People from the Oak Creek community, along with members of the Sikh Temple, showed they won't stand for violence. More>>

Sikh Temple of Wis. members to speak at community event

Members of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin will speak at a community event hosted by Faith Builders Church. More>>

Sikh temple members ready for Michelle Obama visit

Two weeks after a deadly attack at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, a shooting survivor returns to the temple in Oak Creek for the first time. More>>

One victim of Sikh temple shooting leaves hospital

One of the three victims hospitalized after the shooting at the Sikh temple in Oak Creek has been released. More>>

Sunday service resumes at Oak Creek temple

Services resumed at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin on Sunday - exactly one week after a gunman killed six people during a prayer service. More>>

UPDATE: Memorial for Sikh temple shooting victims concludes

Thousands attended a memorial service Friday to pay their final respects to the six people killed Sunday at an Oak Creek Sikh temple. More>>

Condolence book for temple shooting victims at State Capitol

A condolence book is available for visitors to the Wisconsin State Capitol to send their messages of sympathy and support to the victims' families, the Sikh community, and the entire community of Oak Creek. More>>

Professor talks about research study with Oak Creek gunman

As we learn more about what may have happened at a shooting attack on a Sikh temple in Oak Creek on Sunday morning, we're also learning more about the gunman-- Wade Michael Page. More>>

Children heroically ran into temple to warn people

There's another story of heroism during the temple shooting in Oak Creek, and this one involves two children who saved lives. More>>

UW-Madison students hold candlelight vigil

A number of University of Wisconsin-Madison students joined together Wednesday to remember those affected by the Sikh temple shooting in Oak Creek. More>>

Victim's families planning funeral together

The families of the six shooting victims at the Oak Creek temple are dealing with their grief together. More>>

Sons remember mother killed in Sikh temple shooting

The children of one of Sunday's shooting spree victims are left heartbroken. Their mother was among the six killed at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek. More>>

UPDATE: FBI says temple gunman died of self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head

FBI officials say the gunman in Sunday's shooting at the Sikh temple in Oak Creek died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. More>>

UPDATE: Survivors of Sikh temple shooting still critical

Hospital officials say the wounded police officer and the two others injured in the temple shooting rampage are still in critical condition and in the intensive care unit. More>>

UPDATE: Ex-girlfriend of temple shooter not charged; still under investigation

Courtesy: Anti-Defamation League Courtesy: Anti-Defamation League

The former girlfriend of Wade Michael Page, the man accused in the Sikh temple shooting, has not been charged after her arrest Sunday. More>>

Oak Creek shooter's hate-rock was researched

The director of an academic center on the issues of hate says his colleague had frequent contact with Oak Creek shooter Wade Page as part of research on southern California's hate rock scene. More>>

UPDATE: Sikh prayer & candlelight vigil in Middleton

A special service in Middleton honored those who lost their lives in the deadly shooting attack at an Oak Creek Sikh temple. More>>

Hundreds pack Oak Creek vigil for shooting victims

Hundreds of people gathered in Oak Creek Tuesday night for a candlelight prayer vigil to honor the six victims of Sunday's shooting. More>>

UPDATE: Hundreds show up for vigil service at Sikh temple

Hundreds of people packed a Sikh temple in Brookfield with one cause in mind-- to honor the victims of a deadly shooting in Oak Creek. More>>

Maryland music label removes music by temple gunman

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A Baltimore music label that distributed songs by the gunman in the Oak Creek Sikh temple shooting says it has removed all of the band's music from its website.
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Temple president fought back against gunman

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The president of the temple at the center of a deadly shooting Sunday fought back against the gunman. More>>

Officer who killed shooter identified

We now know the name of the police officer who took down the gunman at a Sikh temple near Milwaukee. More>>

UPDATE: Page lost girlfriend, left job before shooting

The Oak Creek police chief says the six people killed after a gunman opened fire at a Sikh temple ranged in age from 39 to 84 years old. More>>

Extra patrols at Middleton Sikh temple

The city of Middleton is taking steps to show support for its local Sikh community. More>>

Madison police ready for active shooter scenario

Coming on the heels of the massacre at a Colorado movie theater, the Sikh temple shooting in Oak Creek serves as an even closer reminder of what Madison police could be forced to deal with someday. More>>

UPDATE: FBI says person of interest ruled out in temple attack

The FBI has spoken with a man earlier considered a person of interest in the Sikh temple shootings near Milwaukee and ruled him out as being connected with the rampage that left six worshipers dead. More>>

President Obama orders flags to fly at half-staff

President Barack Obama has order flags to fly at half-staff to honor the victims of Sunday's shooting in Oak Creek. More>>

Obama: US 'heartbroken' over Sikh temple deaths

President Barack Obama says "all of us are heartbroken by what happened" this weekend during a shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin. More>>

Governor Walker orders flags to half-staff

Monday, Governor Scott Walker ordered flags to half-staff to remember and mourn the tragic events at Oak Creek. More>>

Source: Gunman was Army veteran; possible white supremacist

The gunman who killed six people and hurt three others during a shooting at a Sikh temple near Milwaukee was an Army veteran who may have been a white supremacist. That's what a law enforcement source involved in the investigation told CNN. More>>

Sikh temple shooting 911 tapes released

Milwaukee County authorities have released the 911 recordings from the August 5 shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek. More>>

Sikh temple member killed at grocery store

A member of the Sikh temple that came under attack earlier this month is killed at his grocery store More>>

Bullet hole a reminder of Wis. Sikh temple attack

Most of the damage has been repaired, but a bullet hole remains in the Wisconsin Sikh temple where a gunman killed six people last weekend. More>>

Living as a Sikh in Wisconsin

Sikhs say since 9/11 people have become much more educated about their beliefs, which made Sunday's shooting at the Oak Creek Sikh temple. More>>

UPDATE: Suspected temple gunman served in Army for 6 years

Sources have identified the gunman in the Sikh temple shooting as a man named Wade Michael Page. More>>

Sikh Society of Wisconsin-Madison shocked by temple shootings

Members of the local group say they are closely associated with the Milwaukee area Sikhs More>>

National Sikh-rights leader coming to Wisconsin

Jasjit Singh, the executive director of the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund (SALDEF) is set to arrive in Wisconsin late Sunday night to offer his support to the Sikh community and investigators. More>>

Vigil for Sikh temple shooting victims

Organizers say they wanted to find a way for people in Madison to show their support More>>

FBI Milwaukee says no motive has been determined

FBI Milwaukee Special Agent in Charge Teresa Carlson released the following statement late on Sunday evening. More>>

President, Governor, other politicians react to temple shootings

Politicians promise their support and offer condolences to the families and friends of those killed and injured at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin More>>

Police evacuate homes north of Sikh temple

Police in Wisconsin have evacuated homes in a Milwaukee suburb northeast of the Sikh temple where an unknown gunman killed six Sunday morning. More>>

President Obama releases briefing on Oak Creek shooting

President Barack Obama was briefed on the Oak Creek shooting by law enforcement. More>>

U.S. Senator Kohl and Johnson react to Oak Creek shooting

Police have confirmed seven dead, including a shooter, at the Sikh Temple
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UPDATE: Oak Creek shooting treated as domestic terrorism case

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The fatal shooting at the Oak Creek Sikh Temple is being treated as a domestic terrorism case. More>>

Gov. Walker's response to Oak Creek temple shooting

The Governor says the state is working with the FBI and local law enforcement More>>

President Obama's response to Oak Creek shooting

Police confirm seven people are dead, including a shooter, at the temple More>>

Wisconsin politicians reaction to Oak Creek shooting

Federal and state politicians reaction to the shooting in Oak Creek More>>

Mitt Romney reaction to Oak Creek Shooting

Republican candidate for President Mitt Romney reacted to the shooting in Oak Creek. More>>

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