Sikh Temple Shooting

Erin Toner

Two years ago Tuesday a white supremacist opened fire at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, killing six people and injuring others.

It's official: Congressman Paul Ryan will face competition from one of at least two Democrats in the 2014 election.

It’s been one year since a white supremacist opened fire killing six people and injuring several others at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek.

Serve 2 Unite

The tragic shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin one year ago ignited an organization to form to help prevent future tragedies from happening.

Erin Toner

The Sikh community is gathering this weekend to honor the memory of loved ones who died one year ago. 

Ann-Elise Henzl

It was one year ago that a white supremacist walked into the Oak Creek Sikh temple, opened fire, and killed six worshippers.

Ann-Elise Henzl

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

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.

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says the government will keep numbers on hate crimes against seven groups.

Erin Toner

Gov. Walker says if the U.S. hopes to prevent mass tragedies, it must treat mental health issues.