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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
  • bucks fans

    Fans react to Bucks top draft pick: “He seems like a really cool modest guy”

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Hundreds of fans stood in awe flashing pictures and cheering, to welcome the Bucks top draft pick Jabari Parker to Milwaukee. “You know the facts about him but it`s pretty cool that now we get to hear him interact. He seems like a really cool modest guy,” said Bucks fan Kelsey Noack. The 19-year-old played one season at Duke University before making his way into the NBA. Now many Bucks fans are excited to see what Parker will […]

  • Stomp Out Hunger 2014

    Packing more than just the Summerfest necessities: Many helping to “Stomp Out Hunger”

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Crowds of people couldn’t wait to get into Summerfest for Opening Day on Wednesday, June 25th. Many of them packed more than just their basic Summerfest necessities. “Well I have some noodles, and I have two cans of pineapple, and I have tomato sauce,” said Leah Jajnicek as she headed into Summerfest. They brought food for Stomp Out Hunger Day sponsored by FOX6 and Johnson Controls. Those who donated three non-perishable food items to the Hunger Task Force got […]

  • warm up winter

    Warm Up Winter campaign: Protect a child from the bitter cold by helping purchase a coat

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Instead of battling fires, Milwaukee firefighter Scott Vilter spent Tuesday morning, June 24th fighting a very different issue — Wisconsin’s harsh, and bitterly cold winter. “We`re sometimes helping people in their house and this time we`re out getting donations so we can help them in the future,” said Vilter. Firefighters throughout the city will be out on the streets with their boots in hand asking for donations to help children in poverty. “As firefighters, we`re out and we […]

  • home

    “The impact is amazing:” Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity kicks off Blitz Build

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — For most of his life, 81-year-old Bob Kaiser has worked as a carpenter, but it was his heart that led him to this construction project. “The ability to do it is, I think, my blessing and so I can share my blessing with others,” said Kaiser. Bob along with dozens of other volunteers are spending the week drilling, hammering, and sawing for the Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity  Blitz Build. “We do three Blitzs a year, it’s when we […]

  • school

    Learning differently: Unique child academy opens in Cedarburg

    CEDARBURG (WITI) — Many kids love to mimic their parents, and now they can while learning some important lessons. “A child`s character is set in stone for the most part by the time they turn 6 and so that`s why it is so crucial to really engage them when they are young,” said Morningstar Montessori Academy Business Manager Kate Gralton. The Morningstar Montessori Academy just opened its infant and toddler classroom 2 weeks ago. Its motto is to collaborate with children rather than […]

  • play

    “Catch Me If You Can:” Bradford students selected to perform in Thespian Festival

    KENOSHA (WITI) — School’s out for summer, except for these young actors. “Everyday it’s basically 9am – 6pm,” said Junior Mialee St. Peter who plays Brenda Strong in the play. But the students at Bradford High School aren’t complaning about it. They’re one of only ten schools chosen in the nation to perform at the main stage at the Thespian Festival in Lincoln, Nebraska. “It’s like a giant rock concert energy when you perform in front of all of these […]

  • road

    Harley-Davidson Museum prepares to open new exhibit “The American Road”

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — They’re two words that trigger fond memories for countless people, road trip. “Something that`s more about the experience, something that`s about the mystique of The American Road, and it`s something everyone can relate to,” said Harley-Davidson Museum Manager of Exhibits and Curatorial Kristen Jones. The Harley-Davison Museum is preparing to open its newest exhibit “The American Road,” which looks at how the road trip became an American ritual. It starts out in the 1930s with one of the […]

  • BloodCenter of Wisconsin

    Blood donors needed now, especially those with O-negative blood

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The BloodCenter of Wisconsin is asking donors to help reach a goal of 300 appointments by end of day on Wednesday, June 11th across all of its community blood drives and donor centers. It also has an ultimate goal of seeing 1,500 additional blood donors between June 11 and August 31. Generous donations have saved the lives of people like 4-year-old Zoe Nuedling who was born with an extremely rare condition called heterotaxy. She has already undergone […]

  • bees

    All the “buzz” at Milwaukee’s Pfister Hotel: Beehives on the rooftop

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Beekeeper and chef don’t generally go hand in hand, but Brian Frakes is taking his job description to a whole new level. “You could feel the wind of their wings in my face and buzzing. It was intense but I enjoyed it,” said Frakes. Frakes is the Executive Chef for all three restaurants in the Pfister Hotel. Now he’s also the on site beekeeper with plans to use the locally sourced honey in signature dishes this fall. […]

  • smoke

    “You need working smoke detectors:” Firefighters canvass neighborhoods

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Fire officials have now identified the victim of Saturday’s fatal fire as 81-year-old Dragomir Popovich. They also tell us the home had no working smoke detectors. “It is heartbreaking for all of us within the fire service when it comes to a fatality such as this especially when you realize there was no working smoke detector in this home,” said Milwaukee Assistant Fire Chief Gerard Washington. A smoke detector is a simple tool, that can be life-saving. […]

  • alexs lemonade stand

    Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Northwestern Mutual raises money for cancer research

    FRANKLIN (WITI) — It’s a simple concept that children have been doing for years to raise a few extra bucks, host a lemonade stand. Now, adults are catching on. “Lemonade is awesome, nice and refreshing,” said Christina Sutter as she sipped a cold glass of lemonade. “It’s a cause that I really believe in and I really wanted to show employees how we could get involved and how we could make a difference,” said Jenny Rae Pearson. Pearson was inspired […]

  • peyton

    Tee it up! Golf benefit to benefit children with a rare disease

    MUKWONAGO (WITI) — Each day Chris Elsner gets to spend with his youngest daughter, 6-year-old Peyton, is a blessing. “We were told that she would die before the age of two and just to take her home and make her comfortable until she passed away. They put an expiration date on her,” said Elsner. When Peyton was only four months old she was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy or SMA. “It’s just heartbreaking and you can’t put it into words. […]