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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
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    “Refreshing, colorful and bright!” ‘Peep’-tactular art now on display at Racine Art Museum!

    RACINE (WITI) — It’s an exhibit giving a whole new life to Peeps! The Racine Art Museum is kicking off its “International Peeps Art Exhibition” just in time for Easter. “They turn them upside down, they turn them on their backs, they paint them, they melt them, they cut them up and assemble them like mosaics,” said Racine Art Museum Executive Director Bruce Pepich. Lisa Englander came up with the idea six years ago while walking through a store as crews were […]

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    Milwaukee Art Museum opens ‘Beauty in Bloom,’ features more than 40 florists

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Bright colors and beautiful flowers are taking over the Milwaukee Art Museum for Beauty in Bloom. “Beauty in bloom is four days of beauty, flowers, fashion, and design,” said Milwaukee Art Museum Director of Special events Krista Renfrew. This year, floral designers used the garments on display at the museum’s newest exhibit as inspiration. “We have over 40 florists who were assigned a couture gown from the Inspiring Beauty collection and they were challenged with coming up with […]

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    Thousands of books donated to children after Milwaukee publishing company closes its doors

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Boxes and boxes of books are hauled and unpacked ready to make their way to their new home. “We had no trouble making beautiful books. We won awards I was very proud of, but financially it was just too much of a struggle to get the company off the ground,” said Little Bahalia Publishing Owner Stacey Williams-Ng. After making the hard decision to close her publishing company, Williams-Ng learned if she didn’t collect her unsold books from the warehouse […]

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    Author of “Arthur” visits Milwaukee for United Way’s “Reading Blitz”

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — They’re the words children started reading decades ago about the life of a third grade aardvark with glasses. “Anytime we can celebrate children and reading and books is a party I want to be at,” said “Arthur” Author and Illustrator Marc Brown. Brown made a special visit to the United Community Center for United Way’s Reading Blitz. “To generate and increase awareness for the importance of early childhood literacy and really channeling people to different opportunities where they […]

  • DANCE

    “Empire’s” choreographer gives Laura Langemo some dance tips

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — FOX’s hit show “Empire” has people talking — especially after its season finale which aired just last week. But the man behind all the moves you see in the show is actually a Milwaukee native. Laura Langemo talked with Cedric Gardner, Empire’s choreographer, on Monday, March 23rd.

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    Donate food to people in need without leaving your house

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Food is always in demand at Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin, as nearly 400,000 Wisconsinities rely on this organization to put food on the table. Recognizing this need, Charlie Dennert was inspired to help Feeding America with one of its biggest food drives of the year. “We’re helping out people who maybe can’t help themselves or need the help so that’s kind of what we’re all about,” said Dennert. For the past 9-years, Dennert has played a role in “Scouting […]

  • Art Therapy

    Art Therapy offered to the homeless; “This is a refuge within a refuge”

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Art is an escape for Sandra, who prefers we not use her last name. With each cut and mold of the fabric she’s working with, she feels the pain of homelessness disappear. “It’s a sense of pride, it gives me a sense of pride. It gives me something to do that I know I can do and I can handle,” said Sandra. Two-years ago Emily Nolan, who is an Assistant Professor of Art Therapy at Mount Mary University, […]

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    Just Between Friends consignment sale helps parents shop on a budget

    WEST BEND (WITI) — As a teacher and mom of three girls, Amanda Schneider is on the hunt for good deals. She found just that when she stumbled upon Just Between Friends. “I kind of have my system. I look at the shoes, clothes, and dresses for the girls, and I look at books and toys for my room too my classroom,” said Schneider. Just Between Friends is a consignment sale held at Washington County Fair Park. It has thousands […]

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    Dry salt therapy wellness center opens to help people with skin, respiratory conditions

    MENOMONEE FALLS (WITI) — His entire life Michael Power has suffered from debilitating respiratory issues stemming from severe asthma and allergies, which motivated him to begin researching a remedy. “There’s got to be something out there that is natural, that can help me on a daily basis achieve natural symptom relief but also have sustained relief,” said Power. He discovered dry salt therapy and he believed so strongly in his findings he opened BreatheReady Wellness Center just last week. “The salt […]

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    Grounds crew removes field tarps at Miller Park: “It’s time for us to get her growing again”

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — It’s a sure sign of spring as the tarps are carefully removed on the field at Miller Park showing off the beautiful grass it was protecting. “Mother Nature, as you guys can see outside, the sun is shining, our wall panels are open, and it’s time for us to get her growing again for the upcoming season,” said Milwaukee Brewers Director of Grounds Michael Boettcher. This is the first time the grass is exposed since November 25th when […]

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    “It’s disturbing:” 45-year-old man killed in confrontation with Milwaukee police

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — A 44-year-old Milwaukee woman is safe this morning after a Milwaukee Police officer shot her estranged husband as he held a knife to her during a domestic violence incident on Milwaukee’s south side. An outside agency has been contacted to lead the investigation, however preliminary information from the scene indicates that Milwaukee Police were called to a home in the 400 block of E. Plainfield Avenue shortly before midnight on March 5th regarding a wanted suspect threatening […]

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    Finishing touches being put on new permanent exhibit at Milwaukee Public Museum

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The finishing touches are being put on a new permanent exhibit at the Milwaukee Public Museum. The new exhibit, “Crossroads of Civilizations” at the Milwaukee Public Museum will give people a glimpse of the earliest civilizations on the planet and how they moved and grew through the years. “It covers all the way from what today would be Iran and Afghanistan. Actually we even go all the way to where Pakistan is today, all the way to […]

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