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U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, former running mate of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, says that with the election behind him, he's happy to "get back to work" and fight for what he believes in.
State Republican leaders held a press conference at Steelwind Industries to criticize federal taxes and highlight their work to decrease state taxes.
A forum Thursday night in South Milwaukee spelled out all of the changes under a proposed bill reforming Milwaukee County government.
During his State of the County address Monday at the Oak Creek Police Department, County Executive Chris Abele recalled the solidarity shown after the Sikh temple shooting.
Gov. Scott Walker spoke to the Oak Creek-Franklin business community about his plans for economic development and more.
The Republican presidential nominee told a full house at Wisconsin State Fair Park that he is the candidate that will bring "real change" to America.
Breast Cancer Awareness
The former Packers' safety started a foundation dedicated to helping breast cancer patients in financial need.
People from around the world came to Oak Creek High School Friday morning for the funeral of six people who died in attack at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin.
Police & Fire
Authorities have also revealed that Page died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after he was shot by an Oak Creek police officer.
Seven killed, four injured in shooting spree, including veteran Oak Creek police officer.
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