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Laura Langemo joins the FOX6 News Team as an assignment reporter. She came to Milwaukee from Duluth, MN. She worked there for several years as the morning anchor and feature reporter.

Laura has always had a passion for news and she was even nominated for an EMMY for a series she did on premature birth.

During her free time, Laura likes get out and go running and spend time with her family and friends. She says she is thrilled to be a part of the FOX6 News Team.

Recent Articles
  • Stomp Out Hunger at Summerfest

    Stomp Out Hunger drive at Summerfest benefits Milwaukee, the “second poorest city in the nation”

    MILWAUKEE — Bring three and get in for FREE! On Summerfest’s opening day on Wednesday, June 24th, scores of people showed up at Maier Festival Park to Stomp Out Hunger! They donated at least three non-perishable food items — and they got free admission to Summerfest. The Hunger Task Force, Johnson Controls and FOX6 News teamed up for this great cause. “I love coming out here — the food, the fun and people everywhere!” a Summerfest-goer said on Summerfest’s opening day. Those […]

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    “Someone is thinking about you:” Veterans rally together to make care packages for troops overseas

    MEQUON (WITI) — They’re boxes and boxes of basic items, but to those serving overseas they can make all the difference in the world. “It will put a smile on his face and hopefully we`ll put a smile on the other 98 guys’ faces too,” said Concordia University Director of Veterans Services Eduardo Garza. Concordia University in Mequon is the first college campus in Wisconsin to open an American Legion Post. After its members got word a fellow student and […]

  • The World of Little House at Old World Wisconsin

    “A lot of nostalgia:” ‘Little House on the Prairie’ exhibit the newest attraction at Old World Wisconsin

    EAGLE — Life in the 1800s is something we’ve only learned about through books and stories, but now you can experience it first-hand through the life of an iconic character. “I think there is a lot of nostalgia value. People really have fond memories of having those books read to them as children or reading the books to their own children,” said Old World Wisconsin Special Events and Period Clothing Coordinator Cait Dallas. You can step into “The World of […]

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    “It’s huge!” Two schools in Kenosha selected to perform on national stage at Thespian Festival

    KENOSHA — Singing, dancing, and acting — these students can do it all, and they’re about to do it on a national stage! “I’m very very proud of them and I’m very excited and we haven’t stopped working,” said writer of “Hello! My Baby” Cheri Steinkellner. It’s that hard work that has gotten them to the top, as Indian Trail High School and Academy is one out of 11 schools in the country selected to perform in front of thousands of students […]

  • Willie G. Davidson

    Harley-Davidson Museum opens new exhibit celebrating the legacy of Willie G. Davidson

    MILWAUKEE — Few people can say they haven’t worked a day in their life. “My job is my hobby, my hobby is my job and it just keeps on going,” said Willie G. Davidson. But Willie G. Davidson says his five decades in the family business have been a joy. Now that legacy is on display at the Harley-Davidson Museum’s newest exhibit “Willie G. Davidson: Artist, Designer, Leader, Legend.” “I kind of lived through chapters as I walk around the walls,” […]

  • Emerald Ash Borer

    Protect your trees from the Emerald Ash Borer; “It wipes out the entire ash population”

    MILWAUKEE — Trees make for a beautiful landscape, but one green beetle is threatening all species of ash trees. “Once it’s discovered in an area it wipes out the entire ash population within 12 years,” said First Choice Tree Care President Ken Ottman. The Emerald Ash Borer is an invasive pest from Asia. It was first discovered in Detroit and it has now infested the majority of trees in southeastern Wisconsin. “It will invade the tree, eat the water conducting tissues […]

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    Community garden: Quest to find a rice that can grow in Wisconsin

    MILWAUKEE — It’s a big idea, starting with a little garden. “When we first came here the first day, when they came back they were smiling. They were happy. They were sharing their experience here with the other seniors,” said Milwaukee Christian Center Senior Adult Program Manager Amy Klatkiewicz. The Milwaukee Christian Center, which provides an array of social services, started a community garden. Since the majority of the elderly in its senior program are Hmong and Lao, they decided […]

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    Dental office collects shoes to keep kids “happy and healthy from their head to their toes”

    CEDARBURG — When walking into Little Sprouts Dental, most people are thinking about their teeth, but folks with the dental office are also concerned about what’s on your feet. “We’re just looking for children to be happy and healthy from their head to their toes,” said Little Sprouts Dental Business Manager Margaret Mueller. Little Sprouts has joined the fight against global poverty by hosting a Soles4Souls shoe drive. It’s asking the public to donate new and gently used shoes to the […]

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    Wisconsin Humane Society opens high-volume Spay/Neuter Clinic in West Allis

    WEST ALLIS — Crowds of people celebrated as the ribbon was cut and the doors were opened to a new facility impacting animal overpopulation in Milwaukee. “Veterinary care is very expensive for your animal and we know that people want to do the right thing but often cannot afford to do so,” said Wisconsin Humane Society Vice President of Communications Angela Speed. The Wisconsin Humane Society’s Spay and Neuter Clinic is now up and running. Officials saw the need when they couldn’t […]

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    Get a sneak peek inside the Breast Cancer Show House before it opens to the public

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — There are many houses along Lake Drive that people would love to peek inside, and now they can . Starting this weekend the doors to one home will open to the public as it’s serving as the 2015 Breast Cancer Show House. “Everybody knows a relative, a friend, a neighbor that has breast cancer. So we really want to work very hard to irradiate this terrible disease,” said Breast Cancer Show House Spokesperson Linda Short. The money from […]

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    Students take a break from the books to learn how to be healthy this summer

    FRANKLIN — Dozens of Milwaukee students took a break from the books to head to the farm. “We’re going to be able to get active and not be like in the classroom sitting or in the house like watching TV and playing video games,” said 4th grader Laura Martinez. The 4th graders from Vieau Elementary School took a field trip to the Hunger Task Force Farm. United Healthcare hosted the event to teach kids how to make healthy choices while on summer […]

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    Summer travel just got easier: Mitchell International adds new airlines, destinations

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Airports are gearing up for summer vacations. According to officials at General Mitchell International Airport, July is the busiest month of the year and new additions and more options for flyers are coming to the airport. The hustle and bustle of travel can be stressful — but more choices can ease some of that anxiety. “The more options we get, it’s generally better for the consumer,” said Mitchell International Airport Public Relations Manager Harold Mester. Those options […]


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