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Angelica Duria joined the FOX6 News team as a reporter in October 2010.

Prior to coming aboard, Angelica spent the last two years in Northwest Arkansas working for KHBS/KHOG 40/29 News. There, she worked as a reporter covering a wide range of stories involving everything from ice storms, to murder trials, to stories of the world's largest retailer - Walmart.

Now, Angelica is happy to make the trek back north to the Midwest, her original hometown. Angelica was born in Chicago and raised in the western suburb of Elmwood Park. She knew at an early age that journalism would be her career and hasn't looked back since.

Angelica graduated with honors from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2008 with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism.

Her work in college won her several student awards, including a Hearst and an Illinois News Broadcasters Association award. She also held internships at WICD-TV in Champaign and CBS News in Washington D.C., where she was able to work closely with some of broadcast's greatest journalists.

As a first generation Filipino-American, Angelica is a proud member of the Asian American Journalists Association.

Angelica is excited to call Milwaukee her new home, but unfortunately, you won't see her rooting for the Badgers, Brewers, Bucks or Packers any time soon. Sorry folks, but Angelica will still be cheering on her home teams - the Cubs, da Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls and of course, her "Fighting Illini" alma mater!

In her spare time, Angelica likes to travel, spend time with family, find new places to eat and shop for bargains. So much so, that she's admitted to owning 80 pairs of shoes!


Recent Articles
  • BIKERS GUIDE

    VISIT Milwaukee creates Bikers’ Guide for H-D’s 110th Anniversary

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Bikers from not only our area, but from around the world, will be riding into Milwaukee for Harley-Davidson’s 110th Anniversary.  There are plenty of things to do and attractions to see, it could be hard to keep track.  But a helpful guide has been created with bikers in mind. “For the past four celebrations, we’ve created the official bikers guide,” said Jeannine Sherman, Director of Public Relations for VISIT Milwaukee It’s a booklet five months in the […]

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    Walk-in mammograms offered at Grafton Farmers’ Market

    GRAFTON (WITI) — Mammograms are crucial when it comes to detecting breast cancer early, but maybe due to lack of time or inconvenience, many women don’t get it done.  Columbia St. Mary’s, however, is making it easier to get it screened at a non-traditional place. Behind the veggies and the food at the Grafton Farmers’ Market Thursday, August 22nd, stood a big pink truck, parked and welcoming women who want to get screened. “I have seen them before but just […]

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    Rally, ride planned from Rome, Wisconsin to metro Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) – Thousands of bikers kicked off Harley-Davidson’s 110th Anniversary celebration in Rome, Italy this past June. It was a celebration many here would have liked to join, but if you didn’t make it there for the party, there will be one right here in Wisconsin. “There were some of us who decided we couldn’t afford to go to Rome and meet the Pope, and we wanted to keep it more localized,” said Ron ‘Rebel’ Gasser. “’But hey, what […]

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    Rockwell Automation headquarters earns LEED Certification

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — One of Milwaukee’s largest employers is “going green” and has the LEED Certification to prove it. It’s an effort 12 years in the making, and the upgrades continue day-after-day. Rockwell Automation, headquartered in Milwaukee’s Walker’s Point neighborhood, has just earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. “Part of what we do, part of our core business is helping our customers become more sustainable and more ‘green.’  So it’s the right […]

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    Work continues inside Milwaukee County Courthouse

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) – Work continues inside the Milwaukee County Courthouse more than a month after an electrical fire. “There’s a lot of equipment in the halls.  There’s a lot of carpet and ceiling tiles, a lot of people working,” said Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele. An electrical fire on July 6th forced the building to shut down for several days.  Court cases and county services were either cancelled or relocated as crews repaired the damage.  Large generators were used for […]

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    Lakefront road closures August 10th & 11th for USA Triathlon

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) – Thousands of athletes from across the country will make their way down to Milwaukee’s lakefront this weekend for the USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships. That also means there will be some big road closures Saturday, August 10th, and Sunday, August 11th. Approximately 4,500 triathletes are expected to take part – in addition to the thousands of spectators – making this one of the biggest races held in the city. “It’s a spectacular venue. It’s really beautiful,” […]

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    We Energies working to restore power in NE Wisconsin

    OUTAGAMIE COUNTY (WITI) — Damage from severe storms on Tuesday night, August 6th, has left tens of thousands of people in northeast Wisconsin without power, and it could be another day or so before everyone is back on line. At its peak, around 60,000 We Energies customers in Outagamie County were without power, specifically in areas around Appleton, Grand Chute, and Hortonville. More than 60 power poles and 500 wires were reported down from the storms. Transmission towers and a […]

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    Crowds flock to State Fair to buy Powerball tickets

    WEST ALLIS (WITI) — The jackpot for Wednesday, August 7th’s Powerball drawing has reached $425 million — the fourth biggest prize in any U.S. lottery. People have been flooding stores to buy their tickets, but there’s also a big group of dreamers hoping to cash-in at the Wisconsin State Fair. Large crowds were found at the lottery booth inside the Exposition Center on Wednesday afternoon. “We’ve never had this big a jackpot at the State Fair. It’d be just great, […]

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    Colectivo Coffee unveils new signage at cafe on Prospect Ave.

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) – Colectivo Coffee, formerly known as Alterra Coffee Roasters, unveiled its new signage Tuesday, August 6th at its flagship location on Prospect Avenue. “This is a huge relief.  It’s been coming for months and months.  We’ve been working on this for a long time, so it’s great to have done the reveal and can move forward and just do the work we can typically do,” said co-owner Lincoln Fowler. Owners Lincoln Fowler, Ward Fowler and Paul Miller announced the […]

  • Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary Celebration

    Hotel rooms still available for Harley-Davidson’s 110th

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — We are just a little over three weeks away from Harley-Davidson’s 110th Anniversary. As many as 150,000 people will be riding into Milwaukee for the anniversary celebration, and that means, it’s all hands on deck for Milwaukee-area hotels! “We are super excited for this to come,” said Cassie Scrima, Director of Marketing for Marcus Hotels. Scrima says as many as a thousand employees are getting the three hotels ready for the big bash.  The Pfister Hotel, Hilton Milwaukee […]

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    Pfister Hotel donates meaningful table to Children’s Hospital

    WAUWATOSA (WITI) — For kids and their families battling cancer or other serious diseases, getting treatment means spending lots of time in the hospital.  Now, a local hotel is helping to make that stay feel a bit more like home. The piece inspires hope, healing and love.  On Thursday, the Pfister Hotel donated a decorative end table to the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.  2-inch tiles with pictures and quotes make up part of the permanent fixture at the Hematology, Oncology […]

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    Lakefront Brewery plans to expand in Menomonee Valley

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) – Lakefront Brewery has obtained an option to purchase 9.3 acres of land in Milwaukee’s Menomonee Valley that was once intended for an expansion of the Allen Edmonds Shoe Company. With the option agreement, Lakefront will be able to explore the site at 841 Canal Street to see if it will fit the brewery’s needs for a second production facility.  President and owner Russ Klisch says the location fits for both the manufacturing and tourism sides. “It has good […]