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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!


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    Greenfield Ave. bridge over I-894 reopens to traffic

    WEST ALLIS (WITI) — After six months of construction, the Greenfield Avenue bridge over I-894 and its ramps reopened to traffic on Friday morning, July 19th. The Greenfield Ave. bridge has been shut down since January.  Department of Transportation Crews demolished the bridge and built a brand new one.  It is opened on time, just before the Wisconsin State Fair.  It made for some very relieved drivers Friday morning. “I come through here every day.  It’s been very hard on […]

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    Three homes evacuated after CO detectors sound

    WHITEFISH BAY (WITI) —  North Shore Fire/Rescue officials are looking into the cause of a carbon monoxide leak in Whitefish Bay after several homes had to be evacuated Wednesday night for sounding CO detectors. Just after 11 p.m., crews found elevated levels of carbon monoxide inside a townhouse near Anita Ave. and Shoreland Ave. The residence was evacuated as crews worked to investigate and isolate the cause. About twenty minutes after, a subsequent caller reported the activation of a CO detector at […]

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    Pink Heals Tour stops in southeast Wisconsin

    WAUWATOSA (WITI) — It’s a sight that inspires hope, healing and love. Two pink fire trucks and a pink bus made a stop at Froedtert Hospital’s Clinical Cancer Center Wednesday morning.  Firefighters were there to offer a warm welcome. “The trucks are meant to honor people.  When we run into someone who’s battled a difficult disease, we give them a big hug, and we want to recognize them,” said Lake Country firefighter Brad Bowen. It’s part of the national Pink […]

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    Hunger Task Force brings in goats to clean up Franklin farm

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    Fans excited for Paul McCartney “Out There” concert

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    Red Cross issues emergency call for blood, platelet donors

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    State Fair cream puffs get new supplier, preparations underway

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    Milwaukee County Parks crews clean up after Lakefront fireworks

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    Fireworks can be dangerous for pets and children

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    Little Free Libraries to be allowed in Whitefish Bay

    WHITEFISH BAY (WITI) — They’re found on front lawns, even parks.  They’re made out of wood, filled with literature on limitless topics, and popping up in places like Bayside, Glendale and Shorewood. “Some books that we get are really good,” said 10-year-old Siddarth Patel. But in Whitefish Bay, a ban forced Bob Holmes to take down his Little Free Library.  He built it in the shape of a church, located on the lawn of Christ Church on Lake Drive. “I […]

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    Easter Seals, Dryhootch open support center for veterans

    WAUKESHA (WITI) — For many deployed military members, returning home can be a challenging time.  The Milwaukee Dept. of Veterans Affairs can provide emotional support, but there’s a new place in Waukesha County where they can go to connect and relate with other veterans. For Wisconsin National Guard veteran Anthony Anderson, returning home from Iraq wasn’t easy.  He was deployed twice, and both times, he faced issues only other veterans can relate. “Going to war is so different.  I couldn’t […]

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    Johnson Controls World Sound Stage goes green

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) –  Summerfest is going green, specifically at one of its 11 stages.  This is through a new sponsorship with Johnson Controls at the World Sound Stage. “It’s about reducing operating costs and most importantly, changing our carbon footprint,” said Ward Komorowski, Johnson Controls Director of Facilities. The Johnson Controls World Sound Stage, which used to be the Potawatomi Bingo Casino Stage, is located near the mid-gate. Besides new signage, for the most part, the structure will look the same.  The […]