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1:00 am
Sun August 4, 2013

Former White Supremacist Preaches Kindness, as Sikh Temple Shooting Anniversary Approaches

Arno Michaelis is on the executive committee of the group Serve 2 Unite. It was formed after the Sikh temple shooting, August 5, 2012. Michaelis spoke Saturday at the Lanterns for Peace event in downtown Milwaukee
Credit Ann-Elise Henzl

Monday is the first anniversary of the deadly shooting at the Sikh temple in Oak Creek.

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Regional
12:00 pm
Sat August 3, 2013

Governors Work to Create Jobs for People with Disabilities

Gov. Walker addresses reporters at the National Governors Association meeting in Milwaukee Friday morning
Credit Erin Toner

Governor Walker says he’s committed to creating more job opportunities for people with disabilities.

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Regional
9:55 am
Sat August 3, 2013

Hundreds Run and Walk to Honor Sikh Victims

Dozens who don't run also make their presence felt at Sikh memorial run/walk
Credit Michelle Maternowski

People gathered at Oak Creek High School Saturday morning, to watch or take part in a memorial run for the six people shot to death at the Sikh  Temple on August 5, 2012.

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Politics & Government
6:13 pm
Fri August 2, 2013

Abortion Law Delayed until After Trial

A U.S. district judge has blocked a new state law that requires abortion doctors to have hospital admitting privileges.

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Regional
4:38 pm
Fri August 2, 2013

Sikhs Remember Slain Worshippers

Members of the Sikh community attend a memorial service at the federal courthouse in downtown Milwaukee.

At least 100 people gathered at the federal courthouse in downtown Milwaukee Friday, to honor the six Oak Creek Sikh temple members, who were slain nearly a year ago.

Pictures of those who died were on display in the rotunda, right under the American flag.

They were killed when a white supremacist entered the temple and opened fire. He took his own life, after he was surrounded -- and injured -- by police.

Amardeep Kaleka, the son of slain temple president Satwant Singh Kaleka, says it was unfortunate that it took a tragedy for Sikhs to be recognized in America.

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