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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.

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    “It’s amazing:” Alverno College students donate 170 Thanksgiving dinners to families in need

    MILWAUKEE — Lending a hand to families in need over the holiday has become a mission of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee at Alverno College. “Even if they don’t know that it’s coming from me or coming from anybody from here, it’s the fact that they’re getting the food that they need,” said Alverno College student Sydney Wisner. Alverno students helped load up the Hunger Task Force truck as they wrapped up their ninth year in Cans Across the Conference. This competition […]

  • MPS students learn about opportunities for their future

    “New opportunities:” MPS students prepare for future, learn about potential careers

    MILWAUKEE — In just two years, 16-year-old O’Daris Gill will be graduating high school, but he’s already preparing for what comes next. “It’s very helpful because I’m more of a hands-on type of person. So this is opening me up to new things and new opportunities,” said Gill. Gill is one of several Milwaukee Public School students who used their day off of school to learn about potential careers at the manufacturing company Ludman Industries. “We want to create the interest and the […]

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    Ready for you: Milwaukee Art Museum installs final object in its renovated galleries

    MILWAUKEE — It’s been sitting in storage for more than a year, but now it’s carefully being moved back into the spotlight. “People love the painting. Little kids love it, sophisticated art collectors love it, it’s a great painting, iconic painting,” said Milwaukee Art Museum Chief Curator Brady Roberts. Sunny #4 is the final object of the 2,500 works of art being put back on display in the Milwaukee Art Museum’s renovated galleries, keeping the art handlers very busy. “You have to […]

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    “Learning a little more hands-on:” East Troy kindergartners host food drive for the community

    EAST TROY — The kindergartners at Doubek Elementary School are learning from more than the books in the classroom — they’re also learning life lessons through their community. “A way that we can make learning a little more hands-on and engaging for our kids and hope that they take home a little more,” said Jenny Ledin, Doubek Elementary 5K teacher and aid. Part of their curriculum is called “Problem Based Learning.” “The students are presented with a problem and then they […]

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    Molina Healthcare gives out bags of free Thanksgiving groceries to families in need

    WAUKESHA — The holidays are an exciting yet stressful time of year, especially when it comes to buying and preparing all that food. “We checked at the stores and stuff and we just couldn’t afford it, so I’m thankful for this, very thankful,” said Amanda Hall. Hall is one of hundreds of people receiving Thanksgiving groceries from Molina Healthcare. “As the smiles go out, you see a little bit of the pressure coming off their shoulders. What a blessed thing […]

  • With 94% vote in favor of strike, union workers from Kohler walk off the job

    With 94% vote in favor of strike, union workers from Kohler walk off the job

    SHEBOYGAN — Union members are picketing at the gates of the Kohler Co. after authorizing the first strike at the Sheboygan area company since 1983. Hundreds of strikers marched from the union hall to the company Monday morning where picketing began at the gates of the plumbing and hospitality company. United Auto Workers Local 833 says 94 percent of voting members rejected Kohler’s latest offer. About 1,800 workers attended Sunday’s membership meeting. Workers have taken issue with what they call an […]

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    Arts Connect brings “Wicked” cast member to Riverside University High School

    MILWAUKEE — On stage is exactly where Riverside University High School junior Quinese Farr wants to be. “I want to go into choreography, dance, or acting in theater,” said Farr. So she was thrilled when she found out “Wicked” cast member Ryan Jackson was making a visit to her school. “It’s really cool, it’s like I’m star struck right now,” said Farr. This is all a part of the Marcus Center’s Arts Connect program. “Arts Connect is an opportunity for the […]

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    “Nothin’ But Nets:” Port Wasington’s Port Exploreum unveils a new exhibit

    PORT WASHINGTON — Lake Michigan has played a big role in Port Washington’s economy and culture. That history is now on display at the Port Exploreum’s newest exhibit “Nothin’ But Nets.” “‘Nothin’ But Nets’ is the story of commercial fishing and the legacy of the families that made up that industry,” said Port Exploreum Executive Director Wayne Chrusciel. The most eye-catching display in the exhibit is the Lake Michigan Table. “There’s no place you can go and learn this much about Lake Michigan […]

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    Join the Christmas Clearing Council, help provide gifts to families in need

    PEWAUKEE — Christmas is one of Shelly Conrad’s favorite holidays and this year she’s shopping for more than her own children. “As a mom myself, I just want to help out another mom — maybe lighten her load during the holidays and bring some joy to kids at Christmas,” said Conrad. Conrad is helping the Christmas Clearing Council brighten the holidays for the 4,700 children they assist who are living in poverty. The organization has a sponsorship program. “Call us and […]

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    “Pretty sure it will be packed!” Excitement builds over economic impact of GOP Milwaukee debate

    MILWAUKEE — As excitement for the 2016 presidential election builds, Milwaukee is getting in on the action by hosting the fourth GOP presidential debate. “The Milwaukee Theatre has 4,100 seats in it and I’m pretty sure it will be packed — so it’s a great opportunity for us to showcase Milwaukee on a national stage,” said Kristin Settle, VISIT Milwaukee director of communications. Along with the news crews, candidates, and spectators comes a lot of money — especially since Milwaukee will also host […]

  • K-9

    Police, sheriff K-9s surprised with special gift, courtesy of The Lavendar Leash

    GREENFIELD — Their job is to serve and protect and they ask for nothing in return, except maybe a treat once in a while. “They don’t get a lot of extras for the dogs, we’re kind of bare bones,” said Greenfield Police Officer Eric Lindstrom. But in just a few weeks several police and sheriff K-9s in the Greater Milwaukee area will be getting a surprise. That’s where The Lavender Leash comes into play. The company makes gift boxes with healthy treats […]

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    City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works harvests the 2015 City/County Christmas Tree

    MILWAUKEE — Well before the sun came up on Thursday, November 5th, crews began preparing to cut down a very important addition to Milwaukee’s holiday celebration. “We have had this tradition running for 102 years, second only to New York City, so it’s a great Milwaukee tradition,” said Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. Just after 6:30 a.m. Thursday, the 40-foot, 4,300 pound Colorado Blue Spruce came down. It is now the 2015 City / County Christmas Tree. It was donated by the Farina […]


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