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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
  • 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 […]

  • Cream Puff Giveaway

    “Not a finer Cream Puff anywhere:” Hundreds head to State Fair Park for Cream Puff Giveaway

    STATE FAIR PARK — They’re a dairy delicacy only offered during the Wisconsin State Fair, but cars filled with lucky winners lined up outside the fair grounds on Tuesday, August 4th to pick up their Cream Puffs! The 2015 Wisconsin State Fair opens on Thursday, August 6th. “You get free cream puff! What’s better than that?!” said Dan Peters as he collected his Cream Puffs Tuesday morning. 600 people won a free six-pack of Cream Puffs through the FOX6 Cream Puff Giveaway. […]

  • Michelle Zazula

    Kenosha science teacher returns from space camp: “You get to experience training just like astronauts”

    KENOSHA — Many kids dream of being an astronaut or going to space, but it was four-year-old Aiden Zazula’s mother who got a glimpse of life as an astronaut. She’s a middle school teacher, and she recently had the opportunity to take part in space camp. “It was kind of like being a big kid, and someday I hope to bring some of my students there or even my own children there,” said Michelle Zazula. Zazula is a middle school science […]

  • backpacks

    Backpack Coalition helps to prepare kids in need for the upcoming school year

    WAUKESHA COUNTY — They’re simple things, like pens, pencils, folders, and notebooks that can make make or break a child’s school year. That’s why Melissa Doss is back to school shopping for more than her own children. “I just want to give that excitement to another child that they can go through their cool supplies that they get,” said Doss. She’s helping to collect items for the Backpack Coalition. Each year, the organization collects backpacks and supplies for kids in need in Waukesha […]

  • Make Someone Smile Week

    “It’s nice:” Volunteers surprise hundreds of veterans with “Be Happy Bouquets”

    MILWAUKEE — A simple act of kindness can go a long way. On Thursday, as part of ‘Make Someone Smile Week,’ volunteers were putting smiles on the faces of veterans at the VA Medical Center one flower at a time. Room by room, volunteers like Linda Borchardt were spreading smiles by surprising veterans with flowers at the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center. “This is awesome. It just makes my heart jump for joy,” said Borchardt. “It’s nice to know […]

  • Reading books

    Journey House opens Reading Oasis Room, allowing kids to “escape from everything”

    MILWAUKEE — Reading is a life-long hobby that can inspire people while taking them on an adventure. “When I read, I escape from everything and I just focus on the book,” said 10-year-old Gabriella Saunders. Journey House, a non-profit community center, sees the value of reading. In an effort to improve local literacy rates, Journey House teamed up with Target, the Zilber Family Foundation, and Scholastic to open its Reading Oasis Room. “For anybody to come and have a quiet, peaceful, very […]

  • waukesha Sportscards

    Retired Packers, fans beam with pride for legendary Brett Favre; “we waited a long time for this”

    WAUKESHA — With Brett Favre being inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame, many of his old teammates came through town to show their support. It’s an exciting day for Packers nation. But it’s not just the fans beaming with pride, it’s also the men who shared the field with Brett Favre. “Brett is our big brother so we’re always proud of the things that he can do and what he brings to the state of Wisconsin so we’re happy for […]

  • Comfort Bags

    Comfort Bags are being provided to young victims of domestic violence

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — These may look like just a bunch of bags, but for the children who receive them they’re a symbol of hope. “Often times there are children impacted and the trauma of domestic violence really takes its toll on a young person,” said Sojourner Family Peace Center Associate Director Mark Thomas. More than three million children in America witness domestic violence each year. That’s why the Milwaukee Police Department and Sojourner Family Peace Center are beginning a program that […]

  • veterans

    VA Home Loan Program is getting veterans into homes and saving them money

    WAUWATOSA — Matt Davis and his wife moved to Wauwatosa from California to be a Marine Officer Instructor at Marquette University. But the thought of buying a house across the country was quite stressful, until a friend told him about the Veterans Affairs Home Loan Program. “We had a certain house that we imagined living in and this is the kind of home that we wanted,” said Davis. “For me, owning a home — it was one of these things that […]

  • Pabst Brewing Company

    Back in Milwaukee: Pabst to open new brewery on site of original brewery

    MILWAUKEE — Pabst Brewing Company announced on Wednesday morning, July 15th that it will open a new brewery in Milwaukee on the site of the original Pabst Brewery, which was founded in 1844. “It is a great beer. It has always been a great beer, and it should be right here in Milwaukee,” said Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. Officials are hoping to honor the legacy of Frederick Pabst by bringing the brewery back to Milwaukee. “He left such a huge […]

  • 4D cardiovascular ultrasounds

    Aurora St. Luke’s among first to use 4D ultrasound technology; “You can see inside the heart”

    MILWAUKEE — According to the Centers for Disease Control, heart disease is the leading cause of death among men and women in the United States — killing 370,000 people every year. Doctors at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee are utilizing high-tech equipment in an effort to save lives — one of the first hospital in the world to do so! Ultrasounds are common medical procedures, bu there’s nothing ordinary about new software being utilized at Aurora St. Luke’s. “What […]

  • Dwyane Wade surprises kids

    “He was really cool:” Dwyane Wade makes a surprise visit to Marquette University

    MILWAUKEE — Cheers rang through Marquette University as a basketball icon gave 60 central city children the surprise of a lifetime. “I think he was really cool,” said 8-year-old Na’jaha Burris. Miami Heat player Dwyane Wade visited the second and third graders participating in his inaugural “Live to Dream” summer reading program at Marquette. Wade donated to the university’s Ralph C. Hartman Literacy and Learning Center through his Wade’s World Foundation, which promotes education and health among low-income children. “I think it’s […]


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