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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
  • Nutcracker

    “Get swept away on a magical adventure:” Sneak peek look at Milwaukee Ballet’s “The Nutcracker”

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The fantasy of “The Nutcracker” is coming to life on stage at the Marcus Center. “It doesn’t matter what age you are, you just get swept away on a magical adventure,” said Milwaukee Ballet Artistic Director Michael Pink. But before the Milwaukee Ballet is opening the show to the public, they’re performing dress rehearsals to hundreds of school children. “They love it. There is really nothing quite like it because everything you do is the most amazing thing […]

  • Hank

    “Santa Hank” delivers toys & supplies to the Wisconsin Humane Society

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Santa Hank is coming to town. Dressed in his red suit and hat with his white beard, the Ballpark Pup lifted the spirits of cats and dogs at the Wisconsin Humane Society. “With Hank`s story we thought this was a perfect opportunity to bring him out to visit some of the dogs that have gone through exactly what he`s gone through in his life. Bring a little cheer and have some fun,” said Milwaukee Brewers Vice President of […]

  • good

    Milwaukee children surprised with early Christmas gifts, “there is a need”

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — It’s not jolly old Saint Nick, but ladies dressed in blue spreading Christmas cheer. “It’s like Christmas has come early for everyone,” said COA Youth and Family Centers Development and Public Relations Director Christine Sweeney. They’re part of U.S. Cellular’s “30 Days of Good.” This effort involves giving away $100,000 worth of gifts to nonprofits in four cities including Milwaukee. “Going out into the community and surprising and celebrating the people who do good every single day of the […]

  • Greenfield firefighter honored

    Greenfield firefighter wins award for his community service

    GREENFIELD (WITI) —  Leader, role model, and hero are the words Greenfield Firefighter Greg Holz’s friends and colleagues use to describe him, winning him an award he never saw coming. “Shocked, surprised, It just came on so quickly,” said Holz. Greenfield Fire Chief Jon Cohn nominated Holz for the Liberty Mutual Firemark Award for Community Service. Holz has spent the last 25 years visiting area schools to teach kids about fire prevention. “If we can make one kid safer that’s going to spread […]

  • Giving Tree at the Milwaukee County Zoo

    Give a gift this holiday season to the animals at the Milwaukee County Zoo

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Every week Kathy Kuffel and her grandson Nate visit the Milwaukee County Zoo, but when they walked in during their latest trip they noticed a new addition. “We were very excited because the trees weren’t here last week and I said look it’s the only one with ornaments and then I went, ‘Oh that’s right, it’s the Giving Tree,'” said Kuffel. This is the sixth year for the Milwaukee County Zoo’s “Giving Tree.” The tree is filled with […]

  • Black Friday: Shoppers rise early hoping to score the best deals of the season

    WAUWATOSA (WITI) — Shoppers of all kinds were out in force early on Black Friday to score what they hoped would be the best deals of the Christmas shopping season. FOX6 News sent Laura Langemo to Mayfair Mall where people were practically stumbling over the loads of great deals. Take a look.

  • Community Projects for Seniors

    “It brightens my day:” Volunteers fill plates, deliver Thanksgiving meals to seniors in need

    ST. FRANCIS (WITI) — Volunteers filled plates with all the fixings that make up a delicious Thanksgiving feast on Thursday, November 27th — and more than 4,000 meals were delivered to seniors in need. “I’m here every holiday and it just makes it a holiday. It’s wrong if I’m not here. I love it,” said Community Projects for Seniors volunteer Bonnie Gomez. Gomez is one of 400 volunteers for Community Projects for Seniors. She started 13 years ago — to teach her […]

  • 2014 Stuff the Bus campaign

    “Making a difference:” Feeding America kicks-off 17th annual Stuff the Bus food drive

    BROOKFIELD (WITI) — Instead of people — it was bags and bags of food filling a bus sitting outside the Brookfield Pick ‘n Save on Wednesday, November 26th. It will be served up this Thanksgiving to families who need a helping hand. “Regardless of people’s situations, everybody needs help in one way or another and I’m just fortunate enough to give what I can give right now and I’m thankful for that,” said Bill Dillon as he donated food. Droves of donors showed […]

  • wet-roads

    Wet, slick roads: Highway crews busy after first significant snowfall in SE Wis.

    BROOKFIELD (WITI) — Crews are busy cleaning up after we saw our first significant snowfall in southeastern Wisconsin on Monday, November 24th. Three to five inches of snowfall was expected to fall between Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning — and the storm peaked during the evening rush hour Monday. City of Waukesha Street Supervisor Steve Dziekan says crews started working the roads early Monday — knowing it would only get worse as the day went on. By Tuesday morning, most major […]

  • stockings

    “We have to take care of them:” Can you help stuff ‘Stockings for Soldiers?’

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — They’re the classic red stockings that symbolize Christmas, but these ones won’t be hung above a fireplace. “We just feel that we have an obligation to the community to do these things. They’re taking their time to take care of us, we have to take care of them,” said Max A. Sass and Sons Funeral and Cremation Service President Jim Sass. Once again this year Max A. Sass and Sons is taking part in ‘Stockings for Soldiers.’ This […]

  • cart

    Finishing touches added to Milwaukee Holiday Parade floats

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — It’s the final stretch to get all of the floats complete before the clock strikes 9:30 on Saturday morning. “We had to take a lot of extra time and care to make it turn out like this,” said Associated Attractions President Steve Johnson. Crews began working on the Johnson Controls float for the Milwaukee Holiday Parade back in October in order to have it ready in time. “This particular one was quite a task this year because we’re […]

  • Breaking ground for St. Ann Center in Milwaukee

    Years in the making: St. Ann Center breaks ground on Milwaukee’s north side

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — It was years in the making, but now crowds of people are celebrating a new beginning for Milwaukee’s north side. “They said this would be built when it’s a cold day in Milwaukee and it is a cold day in Milwaukee and this will be built,” said Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. Officials broke ground to the new St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care Bucyrus Campus on 24th and North Avenue. St. Ann provides community based care for children, […]

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