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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
  • Humane Animal Welfare Society, Waukesha

    HAWS prepares for Brews ‘N’ Ciders, Critters ‘N’ Spiders fall fundraiser

    WAUKESHA — Thousands of little lives have been impacted by one organization. “It’s all about making sure that the animals in our community are treated very well as well as the people here. It’s about being a humane community,” said HAWS Development Coordinator Jennifer Smieja. Now you can lend a helping hand to the animals at the Humane Animal Welfare Society, or HAWS, at its Halloween bash Brews ‘N’ Ciders, Critters ‘N’ Spiders. “We’re going to have a dinner that is a mock […]

  • Mural on Milwaukee Inner City Arts Council Building

    “Symbol of resilience:” Milwaukee artists give new life to eye-catching mural

    MILWAUKEE — Art has always been something Reynaldo Hernandez has held dear, as he’s built a career sharing his passion with the community using buildings as a blank canvas. “Even people who drive by honk their horns and say ‘good job.’ They like to see positive things happening in the community,” said Hernandez. It was 1984 when Hernandez created the eye-catching mural alongside the Milwaukee Inner City Arts Council Building. “All the different art forms that we have in our soul is on […]

  • Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex

    “A promise to advance knowledge:” UW-Milwaukee celebrates opening of new KIRC facility

    MILWAUKEE — An eye-catching building on UW-Milwaukee’s campus is now welcoming students eager to learn. “This building is the first new building on our campus in 20 years. It’s got 132,000 square feet that’s dedicated to science, engineering, technology, and mathematics,” said UWM Chancellor Mark Mone. Faculty and students celebrated the opening of the Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex or KIRC with a dedication ceremony. “A promise to advance knowledge, to advance learning, a promise to build a better life for this generation and for […]

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    “Helping other people:” Breast Cancer survivors prepare for the Pinktacular Fashion Show

    FOX POINT — Shuffling through the racks of clothes at Molloy’s, Diane Gehl and her mother Judy Gehl were searching for the perfect dress. “I`ve been looking for some nice outfits and I`m excited to wear something that I would normally never wear,” said Diane as she laughed. It was March 2014 when Diane heard those dreaded words, “you have breast cancer.” “I look at cancer as a job. You get the diagnosis and you do what they tell you,” said […]

  • 128th Air Refueling Wing

    “Best of the best:” Sendoff ceremony held for 128th Air Refueling Wing airmen headed to SE Asia

    MILWAUKEE — A group of heroes sat within a building at the 128th Air Refueling Wing Monday, September 28th — as they were honored for the sacrifice they’re preparing to make. “You’re being called directly to be along with the active duty and the reserve because the National Guard from Wisconsin, the 128th is the best of the best,” said Governor Scott Walker. Approximately 140 personnel and five KC-135 Stratotankers will fall under the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing in Southwest […]

  • Fill the boot

    “These guys are our heroes:” South Shore firefighters on the streets to “Fill the Boot”

    MOUNT PLEASANT — Instead of fighting fires, several of the men with the South Shore Fire Department spent Thursday, September 24th fighting for a cause dear to their heart — with their boots in hand! “”It’s the iconic symbol. A fire boot is the perfect collection device,” said Joshua Jamison, firefighter with the South Shore Fire Department. The firefighters hit the streets — asking for donations for the Muscular Dystrophy Association or MDA. “We try to make as much of a […]

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    Donate generously to Condella’s Coats for Kids because “the need outstrips the number of coats”

    MILWAUKEE — They’ve been packed away for months, but soon enough, a coat will be a necessity before going outside. “We want kids to have a new coat. In many cases, the people that we work with, a coat is a luxury. It`s a very expensive thing to have,” said Salvation Army Major Dan Jennings. In an effort to lend a hand to children living in poverty, we’re asking for your help! DONATE to Condella’s Coats for Kids! “Every year, the need outstrips […]

  • Crash on Brown Deer Road near Range Line Road (Credit: North Shore Fire/Rescue)

    “A lot of chaos:” Multiple-vehicle crash shuts down Brown Deer Road near Range Line

    RIVER HILLS — The eastbound lanes of Brown Deer Road were temporarily shut down at Range Line Rd. in River Hills on Friday morning, September 18th after a multiple vehicle crash involving a rolled over semi and truck. People driving along Brown Deer Road couldn’t believe what they saw. “I’ve been in the military, I’ve seen some bad accidents but I’ve never seen anything like that,” said onlooker, Don Wuerl. River Hills Police officials say the crash began when a dumpster truck […]

  • ALBA School

    MPS’ ALBA School recognized by the White House as a Bright Spot in Hispanic Education

    MILWAUKEE — It’s been an exciting week at MPS’ ALBA School. Students and staff discovered they’re being recognized by the White House as a Bright Spot in Hispanic Education. “One out of every four children in the U.S. is of Hispanic descent and so the White House is focusing on making sure that they’re progressing through the educational system,” said ALBA School Founder Brenda Martinez. ALBA’s student population is 99 percent Hispanic and 97 percent economically disadvantaged, but they have been near […]

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    “52 weeks, 52 activities, one fit kid:” Grafton teacher fights childhood obesity

    GRAFTON — Obesity is a growing problem among our youth. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention obesity has more than doubled in children and quadrupled in adolescents in the last 30 years. But one Grafton teacher has made it his mission to get kids moving. Exercising isn’t a burden for Kennedy Elementary Physical Education Teacher Sam Huber, it’s a lifestyle that’s fun. “It connects what we do here in school with what’s going on out in the community,” said Mr. […]

  • Indian Summer Festival Education Day

    “Culture coming alive:” Thousands of students learn from field trip to Indian Summer Festival

    MILWAUKEE — Listening to the music and learning traditional dances within the Native American culture is a way to bring to life what children are learning in their history books at school. “You can experience culture and see artifacts and primary sources where as in a book, you’re just tired of it,” said Oshkosh North High School sophomore Samira Barti. More than 5,000 children took a field trip to Indian Summer Festival’s Education Day. “This really helps them to understand that it’s […]

  • Starving Artists' Show at Mount Mary University

    Starving Artists’ Show at Mount Mary University: Money raised benefits “needy & deserving students”

    BROWN DEER — A gentle spray and a shake of a can is all Steve Baughman needs to create incredible works of art. Baughman first learned about spray paint art from street artists while on vacation in Mexico. “I`m going ‘really? Wow!’ I`ve just never seen that style of painting before,” said Baughman. Being an experienced artist, it didn’t take Baughman long to master his new-found craft. “Let`s start stepping it up a little bit. Let`s start putting a little more detail into […]


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