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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
  • Dedicated performers & instructors: Get a great workout at Tamarind Tribal Belly Dance

    MILWAUKEE — It’s a beautiful form of dance that’s a great workout — but it also builds friendships and self-esteem. Laura spent the morning being healthy at Tamarind Tribal Belly Dance. Tamarind Tribal Belly Dance (website) Tamarind is a group of dedicated performers and instructors who strive to give you best in class entertainment and superior instruction. Our Vision is to provide innovative and engaging entertainment for a variety of audiences. We have been supplying family friendly performances for nearly […]

  • Hosting an Easter celebration? Find out how the Milwaukee Public Market can help

    MILWAUKEE — Get ready for Easter by heading to the Milwaukee Public Market. That’s where Laura spent the morning getting a holiday cooking lesson.

  • “There’s clever visual puns:” A popular Easter candy is turned into art at the Racine Art Museum

    RACINE — Rather than satisfying your sweet tooth, the PEEPS at the Racine Art Museum are for admiring — not eating. “There’s clever visual puns. There’s lots of interesting subject matter, and it gives you an idea of what everyone is thinking about and talking about,” said Racine Art Museum Executive Director Bruce Pepich. The International PEEPS Art Exhibition is now open, featuring 123 artists. “They can be cut, assembled, re-assembled, glued in, stapled on, melted,” said Pepich. Artwork in the exhibit either […]

  • Fun, cleaver works of art: Preview the 7th Annual International PEEPS Art Competition

    MILWAUKEE — A popular Easter candy is turned into fun and cleaver works of art. Laura spent the morning at the Racine Art Museum for the International PEEPS Art Exhibition. RAM 7th Annual International PEEPS Art Exhibition (website) Within the pristine white walls of a contemporary art museum that overlooks Lake Michigan, the Racine Art Museum presents an untraditional exhibition showcasing fluffy, sugar-coated marshmallow PEEPS®. The RAM 7th Annual International PEEPS Art Competition will open to the public on March 18 […]

  • “It’s just so cool:” Celebrate Spring with ‘Art in Bloom’ at the Milwaukee Art Museum

    MILWAUKEE — The sights and smells of Spring may be lacking outside, but that’s certainly not the case inside the Milwaukee Art Museum. “It smells like happiness, it looks like happiness with all the color and everyone is just very impressed with what these florists can do,” said Milwaukee Art Museum Special Events Coordinator, Krista Renfrew. “Art in Bloom” is now open, with more than 40 florists creating beautiful floral installations inspired by selected works of art at the museum. […]

  • Celebrate art through flowers: Shake off the winter doldrums at the Art in Bloom festivities

    MILWAUKEE — Art In Bloom is now on display at the Milwaukee Art Museum, but you have to act fast. Laura spent the morning checking out the beautiful floral displays. Art In Bloom (website) Four days only – then it gets mulched! Shake off the winter doldrums at the beloved Art in Bloom festivities this spring. View stunning art-inspired floral installations in the newly renovated Collection Galleries, and botanic and landscape features in the Calatrava-designed Quadracci Pavilion. Browse marketplaces filled […]

  • Cool Choices: Outpost makes environmental sustainability fun through a unique app

    MILWAUKEE — Leaders at Outpost Natural Foods have spent years making environmental responsibility a priority, and now they’re asking their employees to join their fight. “Our mission is to encourage voluntary behavior change that reduces carbon emissions,” said Cool Choices Director of Programs, Raj Shukla. They’re doing this through a game. “The whole game is designed to basically build a culture around sustainability that people can build from taking little actions and go farther and farther,” said Shukla. It’s through […]

  • St. Patrick’s Day is here! Get the Guinness, bagpipes and dancing shoes ready

    MILWAUKEE — Get the Guinness, bagpipes and dancing shoes ready — because St. Patrick’s Day has arrived. Laura spent the morning celebrating at Trinity Three Irish Pubs.

  • “It was a big surprise:” Hartland piano instructor honored with prestigious music award

    HARTLAND — Learning is a lifelong process, and one Hartland piano instructor became a student again to prove it. Now, she’s being nationally recognized. Each note played on the piano is more than a sound to Ellen Figueira. It’s a meaning. “There is a technique and there’s a heart those goes into it. That is where the music and the communication comes out,” said Figueira. As soon as Figueira was old enough to reach the keys on the piano, she began […]

  • Rooted in science: Yoga Six is changing the way people think about yoga

    MILWAUKEE — Deep stretch, boot camp and flow — there are many different types of yoga. Laura spent the morning trying it all at Yoga Six. Yoga Six (website) At Yoga Six we are changing the way people think about yoga. Mystical, ethereal yoga is out. Our approach to yoga is rooted in science and delivers real results by focusing on the body as a gateway to the mind. Why? Because everyone has a body, and the body is an […]

  • Free pancakes! IHOP celebrates National Pancake Day, raises money for Children’s Hospital

    MILWAUKEE — You’d be hard-pressed to find someone that doesn’t like pancakes. Pancake lovers were out in force at IHOP on Tuesday, March 8th — but many of them were there for more than the free pancakes. “I love donating to people, helping people out, giving back to the community,” said IHOP customer Jackie Schuman. Tuesday was National Pancake Day. Participating IHOP restaurants offered a free short stack of pancakes from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. with a suggested donation to the Children’s […]

  • “Natural sun, you can’t replace it:” Miller Park roof opened, crew preps playing surface

    MILWAUKEE — The hustle and bustle of baseball season is well underway at Miller Park with Opening Day coming up on April 4th and spring training underway in Arizona. “I think it’s excitement that gets started here every spring in Milwaukee with baseball,” said Milwaukee Brewers Director of Grounds Michael Boettcher. Mother Nature helped out the Brew Crew on Monday, March 7th — with warm, spring-like temperatures and sunshine. We saw a high of 65 degrees in Milwaukee! Crews were out uncovering […]