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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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    They’re all wet! Get ready for an extreme waterski competition in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — A world-class, extreme waterski competition is set to take place in Milwaukee this weekend. Laura Langemo hung out with some of the athletes competing at this year’s Malibu Open Festival.

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    “Christmas in August:” AT&T Pioneers donate backpacks, school supplies to kids in need

    MILWAUKEE — Dressed in all red, a group of compassionate people spent Thursday morning, August 27th dropping off goodies. “Today is like Christmas. It’s Christmas in August every year. You feel like Santa Claus going to all of these schools and dropping off supplies,” said AT&T Pioneer Jeannette St. Onge. The AT&T Pioneers are volunteers who work together to give back to the community. One of their many efforts is the “Tools for Learning Project.” Volunteers donate money and fundraise to buy […]

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    Fall fitness trends: Keep your health a priority even after summer is over

    MILWAUKEE — Everyone talks about getting fit for swimsuit season. But it’s important to keep your health a priority even after summer is over. Laura Langemo talks about fall fitness trends with an expert from Elite Sports Clubs — as we all try to Be Healthy.

  • Richard Edelman and his sculpture

    Milwaukee Jewish Federation helps sculptor install work of art in Poland, to remember the Holocaust

    MILWAUKEE — Remembering the past, while looking towards the future — that’s the meaning behind a larger-than-life sculpture going to a city in Poland, ravaged by hate during the Holocaust. A Milwaukee man is taking his captivating message around the world through art. Richard Edelman is using art to spread a message of healing and hope. “We remember the past and we remember the unfortunate things that have happened and learn from them,” Edelman said. After visiting Poland and seeing […]

  • Top Dog scratch tickets

    Wisconsin Lottery unleashes new Brewers Hank ‘Top Dog’ scratch tickets

    MILWAUKEE — Brewers fans are always cheering for a win but now you can score big by supporting the ballpark pup! Hank the four-legged Brewer is unleashing a new addition to the Wisconsin Lottery. A line of Brewers fans formed outside the Wisconsin Humane Society. “We’re excited. We’ve been waiting for a long time to see him,” said Jill Archer as she waited in line with her children. For a chance to meet their favorite ballpark pup. “One thing I […]

  • Racine students learn about Lake Michigan

    Racine students work to clean up Lake Michigan, learn “what they do matters”

    RACINE — It’s a beautiful body of water in our own backyard, but parts of Lake Michigan need a little help. After noticing an increase of algae on the shores in Racine, Scott Dizack joined the Water Action Volunteers and began testing the quality of the water. Both of Dizack’s children became interested in their dad’s mission and that’s when Prairie School gave him a call. “I think it’s helped them understand what they do matters, it’s not just taking a […]

  • Police fleet

    “It’s a rolling office:” Police from across the country test latest, greatest in police fleets

    OAK CREEK — It’s an event that’s taking test drives to a whole new level. “Harsh turns, straight aways where they can pick up some speed to test the mobility of the car, and also the breaking capabilities,” said Hendon Media Group Director of Interactive Media Kathryn Murnik. Hundreds of law enforcement personnel visited the 12th Annual Police Fleet Expo Ride and Drive in Oak Creek. “It’s not just a car to get to point A to point B. It’s […]

  • Holiday cookies photo shoot

    “Looking luscious:” We Energies gets its cookie book ready for holiday season

    MILWAUKEE — It’s Christmas 365 days a year for Grace Natoli-Sheldon, which means she’s always in the holiday spirit. “All the time, all the time I`m happy,” said Natoli-Sheldon as she laughed. Natoli-Sheldon has her own food photography business and is capturing Christmas goodies year round. “We could do a shot in 15 minutes and it`s perfect and it all came together or like the shot before this it took a couple of hours,” said Natoli-Sheldon. Right now, she’s snapping pictures […]

  • Performing Arts Day Camp at Wisconsin State Fair

    “They’re learning a ton:” Kids take part in Performing Arts Day Camp at State Fair

    WEST ALLIS — Since 11-year-old Ellie Lollis can remember she’s loved to perform. “It’s like my favorite thing to do,”said Lollis. That’s why she signed up for the Wisconsin State Fair’s first ever Performing Arts Day Camp. “They’re learning a ton on the ability to express themselves and have fun and excitement and a lot of them have said that they have some vocal training and they enjoy dance,” said Wisconsin State fair Day Camp Coordinator Whitney Rathke. The campers, who […]

  • 4-H tour behind the scenes at Wisconsin State Fair

    “Helping them to explore:” 4-H students get a behind-the-scenes tour at the State Fair

    WEST ALLIS — Thousands visit the Wisconsin State Fair every year, but few experience what it takes to put on an event of this magnitude. “I know a lot of people don’t get to see that but the workers, so I liked the tour,” said 4-H student Weyonia Shurn. A group of UW-Extension 4-H students got the chance to go behind-the-scenes at the fair. U.S. Cellular put on the event in an effort to expose the kids to careers in science, technology, engineering and math, or […]

  • Improving Milwaukee waterways

    Milwaukee teens learn new skills while helping the environment

    MILWAUKEE — Before the start of summer, 15-year-old Nodia Thrasher didn’t know the first thing about construction, that’s not the case anymore. “I’m learning about team work, sanding, using epoxy, and all sorts of things,” said Thrasher. Now she can build a boat. “My family will be like oh my gosh Nodia did you actually do this so it’s good, I have fun,” said Thrasher. Thrasher along with several other teens are getting this experience through the organization All Hands Boatworks. “We’re […]

  • Wisconsin State Fair opening ceremony

    “It really brings our state together:” Gov. Walker, Mayor Barrett open 2015 Wisconsin State Fair

    WEST ALLIS — It’s been a Wisconsin tradition for the past 164 years. On Thursday morning, August 6th the gates to the Wisconsin State Fair officially opened for 2015. “It really brings our state together and allows us to understand why we are so special,” said Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. State and city dignitaries gathered for the opening ceremony. Even Wisconsin Governor and presidential candidate Scott Walker made his way to the fair before heading to Cleveland, Ohio for the GOP […]

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