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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
  • Seal-A-Smile

    Creating brighter smiles: Children receive free dental care through “Seal-A-Smile” program

    MILWAUKEE — A trip to the dentist’s office is something often taken for granted, but not for everyone. In fact, there are countless children who suffer from tooth decay. “Pain from dental cavities is the leading cause of school absenteeism. Dental cavities are the most common chronic childhood disease, even more prevalent than asthma,” said Robyn Kibler, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton dental clinic manager. After recognizing this problem, the Seal-A-Smile program was born. “Every program has a screening, oral health education, sealant […]

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    AAA urges motorists to take precautions during Groundhog Day storm

    MADISON — As much of the state prepares for a Groundhog Day snow storm, AAA Wisconsin advises motorists to only travel if necessary. Even if you can drive well in the snow, not everyone else can. Drivers who must be on the road should take the following precautions: Prepare an emergency kit for their vehicle. Be sure to include the following your cell phone charger, jumper cables, warm gear for all potential passengers (boots, hats, gloves), blankets, flares, flashlight and extra […]

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    Special glasses help color-blind student see colors for first time: “It was cool!”

    MILWAUKEE — A very special package arrived at Bayside Middle School on Tuesday morning, January 26th. “I was like, ‘Yay we got the glasses!’ It was really exciting,” said Laine Sperry, a Bayside fifth-grader. While learning about color blindness in school, the fifth grade class discovered a company called EnChroma that makes specialized glasses for the color blind. Sperry decided to write the company to see if they would send a pair to the school — especially because her classmate, […]

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    Wanted: Peanut Butter: Hunger Task Force needs your PB donations; “Kids love it!”

    MILWAUKEE — Firefighters and the Hunger Task Force are on the lookout, as the annual Wanted: Peanut Butter drive has begun. “Now is the time, peanut butter is wanted for being nutritious and delicious,” said Hunger Task Force Executive Director Sherrie Tussler. “Peanut butter is the one food our pantries say you can eat for breakfast, lunch, or supper. Peanut butter is healthy for people. It’s high in protein, and kids love it.” These donations help many families as 35,000 people visit food […]

  • Gallery Day and Night

    “It blows my mind:” Enjoy the Third Ward’s cold weather creations while they last

    MILWAUKEE — Gallery Night and Day in Milwaukee’s historic Third Ward was filled with the sounds of chainsaws as artists like Kai McNulty are participating in the 13th Annual Sculptures on Ice Competition. “This guy right here is 100% pure water, your body is made of 62% water so you’re only 38% away from being one with a block of ice,” said McNulty. The competition has individual and team categories, who are carving all kinds of zoo animals. “Every year we pick a theme […]

  • Indigo-Clean

    “It tricks your eye:” Froedtert’s new bacteria-killing technology is helping keep patients safe

    MILWAUKEE — According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in every 25 hospital patients has at least one healthcare-associated infection. A product developed at a Kenosha manufacturing company is working on bringing that number down to zero. Patients at Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin may notice the lights in one of the waiting rooms are a little out of the ordinary. “This is about creating safer, better environments for our healthcare,” said Froedtert and the Medical College of […]

  • MHS2

    “The support is just overwhelming:” Muskego H.S. rallies around student who lost her mother

    MUSKEGO — Just about everyone at Muskego High School knows Nicki Lafferty. “If everyone could, every day of their life go and be Nicki and be kind-hearted — it would be a much better place,” said Nicki’s teacher, Karyn Mazza. Earlier this month, Nicki’s family took an unexpected blow when her mother, Linda, passed away after slipping into a coma following a routine procedure. “Where is she now?” asked Nicki’s father, Mike. “She’s with Jesus now,” said Nicki. The school rallied around […]

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    “Powerful statement:” Hundreds volunteer in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    MILWAUKEE — Rather than using Monday, January 18th as a day off, Vincent High School junior Solomon Demby was in school celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Demby recognizes firsthand what MLK has done for our country as his family moved to the land of the free from West Africa. “He’s been passed away for a long time, but what can we do for the generation right now to make changes now just like him?” said Demby. Demby, along with about 600 volunteers […]

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    “Craft, Culture, Community:” Milwaukee Co. Historical Society features exhibit on beer

    MILWAUKEE — Beer is taking over the Milwaukee County Historical Society as it prepares to open its newest exhibit. “Turns out it’s the first time that it’s been done in this city to have a comprehensive exhibit on beer and brewing in Milwaukee dating from the very early days all the way to the modern craft brewing revolution,” said Milwaukee County Historical Society Assistant Curator Ben Barbera. “Brew City MKE: Craft, Culture, Community” has more than 1,000 artifacts from cans to advertising […]

  • Aaron Koeppen, Sam Giffin-Doody, and Cameron Gohde

    Middle school students create “Messages of Hope” for military children without a parent over the holidays

    SUSSEX — What started out as a classroom lesson, turned into a mission for three students. “To see the effort that they put into it and the work that they put into it outside of school — that was just really cool and just to see how engaged they were thinking about what these other children have to face,” said Cody Leland, Richmond School teacher. After teaching his students about Veterans Day, Leland invited his students to make a video […]

  • Cat at MADACC

    “It’s just win, win:” MADACC waives cat and dog adoption fees

    MILWAUKEE — If you’re thinking about expanding your family by adding a four-legged friend, now is the time. “That’s the really rewarding thing to see, that animal in a home. So you’re getting a lot. The animal is getting a lot. It’s just win, win,” said MADACC Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator Kathy Shillinglaw. Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission, or MADACC, is holding the Home for the Holidays Adoption Event, waiving all adoption fees on cats and dogs. “A Iot of people […]

  • Blood donation

    The BloodCenter of Wisconsin needs your help: Donating blood is “something everyone can do”

    MILWAUKEE –It’s people like Michael Geary that help the BloodCenter of Wisconsin breathe a little sigh of relief. He tries to give blood whenever he can. “I try to do it on a regular basis. You can schedule it regularly. In fact, I already made my appointment for the next time,” said Geary. But the BloodCenter of Wisconsin is still in desperate need of help. “Right now we have about a day-and-a-half of supply of O-negative blood. We always like […]


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