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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
  • Blood donation

    The BloodCenter of Wisconsin needs your help: Donating blood is “something everyone can do”

    MILWAUKEE –It’s people like Michael Geary that help the BloodCenter of Wisconsin breathe a little sigh of relief. He tries to give blood whenever he can. “I try to do it on a regular basis. You can schedule it regularly. In fact, I already made my appointment for the next time,” said Geary. But the BloodCenter of Wisconsin is still in desperate need of help. “Right now we have about a day-and-a-half of supply of O-negative blood. We always like […]

  • Fitness

    Motivating you: Simple tips to maintain your fitness goals throughout the New Year

    BROOKFIELD — We see it every year, new faces showing up at the gym as people want a healthy start to the New Year, but happens come February? To avoid falling off the wagon when it comes to your New Year’s resolution, there are few tips to keep in mind. Step one, make small goals that are attainable so you don’t set yourself up for failure. “I think once you see yourself reach a certain goal that’s going to keep motivating […]

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    Welcome to 2016! Kick off the new year by getting fit, being healthy

    BROOKFIELD — It’s day one of 2016 and that means many people will be kicking off their new year’s resolutions! One of the most common resolutions is to get fit or be healthy in the new year. Laura Langemo was at Elite Sports Clubs in Brookfield on Friday with more on how to stay on track to achieve your goals.

  • Season of Giving Blood Drive

    One donation saves three lives: Give the gift of life at the Season of Giving Blood Drive

    MILWAUKEE — Donating blood is something Kaleena Nuedling has done since she was in college — never thinking that she was a hero. “I said ‘why not? I’m healthy and I have something to give,'” said Nuedling. She had no idea she would one day understand the meaning of this gift. Her now five-year-old daughter Zoe was born with a heart defect. Zoe has already had five surgeries and will eventually need a heart transplant. “Honestly, we say that without blood donations she wouldn’t be […]

  • ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

    “It’s everything I could’ve hoped for:” Fans flock to see ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

    BROOKFIELD — Star Wars fans have been heading to theaters around the clock since “The Force Awakens” opened Thursday night, December 17th. The force is strong at the Majestic Cinema of Brookfield as Star Wars super fans like Jeremiah Clark stayed up all night to watch the movie he’s been waiting to see since the big announcement was made. “It’s everything I could’ve hoped for. I haven’t been this excited for a film since I was a kid,” said Clark. […]

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    “We were just so thrilled:” 81-year-old woman’s poem chosen for ‘bedtime stories’ book

    MENOMONEE FALLS — Stories and poetry are the perfect way to share experiences while capturing people’s attention — and that’s exactly what 81-year-old Aggi Thurner has loved to do since she was a little girl. “The teacher told me that I was going to be a writer someday — so all my life I was going to be a writer, and then all of a sudden I realized I was a writer,” said Thurner. Dozens of Holiday Retirement communities across the country, including Village […]

  • Christmas Decor by Swimming Pool Services

    Saying thank you: Vietnam veteran’s home is decorated for free for the holidays

    HARTLAND — It’s a simple gesture to spread holiday cheer and to say thanks. “To me, it’s minor compared to what he’s sacrificed and done for us,” said James Hacka, Christmas Decor by Swimming Pool Services technician. Each year, through a nomination process, Christmas Decor by Swimming Pool Services selects two military families who will have their homes decorated for free. This year Al Runingen’s family was chosen. “You could’ve knocked me over with a feather. I just didn’t think it was […]

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    “Invaluable:” Teens take a stand to help their peers battling depression

    WAUKESHA — It’s probably not what parents think may be the biggest risk to their kids: suicide. However, the Centers For Disease Control says it’s the third leading cause of death for kids 10-14 years old and the risk goes up as they get older. Students at Catholic Memorial High School are trying to help those struggling through music. High school can be a very stressful time and Catholic Memorial senior Isabel Pesci knows this first-hand as she’s seen her friends and […]

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    “Christmas obsessed:” Brookfield man invited to help decorate the White House for the holidays

    BROOKFIELD — Putting up Christmas decorations is a favorite pastime for many people as it kicks off the holiday season. One Brookfield man got the experience of a lifetime when he was invited to help decorate the White House. ‘Do what you love’ is the approach Collin Falvey takes in life. He’s been sharing his passion for dance as an instructor for years, but it’s his love for Christmas that’s getting attention. “I’m a little Christmas obsessed. You can ask any […]

  • Waukesha window display

    “Warning signs:” Waukesha window display shows parents red flags for teen drug use

    WAUKESHA — It’s not a typical window display in downtown Waukesha off South Street and Grand Avenue. Rather than trying to sell something, it’s serving as an educational tool for parents. “You’re not going to see these big warning signs. It’s usually these little tiny red flags to look for,” said Katie Morrow, Waukesha County Drug Free Communities Coalition coordinator. It’s called “Hidden in Plain Sight.” The display has 20 items that can be red flags for substance abuse. “Be involved […]

  • Brenda Huss with daughters Abigail and Skylar

    “We hit the lottery on this one:” Sussex couple welcomes healthy twin girls despite scary diagnosis

    SUSSEX — Having a baby is a beautiful, yet stressful experience for those making the transition into parenthood — but the pregnancy for one Sussex couple took them through a rollercoaster of events with a potentially devastating ending. But this mother and father were determined to beat the odds. Brenda and Scott Huss started out as a family of three, with their dog, Brewer. When they decided to expand their family, they were in for a journey they never anticipated. […]

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    “A nice way to give back:” Get in the holiday spirit, be a Santa to a senior

    MEQUON — The hustle and bustle of the holiday shopping season has begun and Peggy Anderson is adding one extra person to her list. “The holiday spirit is partly about giving and I think it’s a nice way to give back to our community and forgotten seniors,” said Anderson. She’s participating in the “Be a Santa to a Senior” program through Home Instead Senior Care. “We saw a need for seniors that did not have family nearby or did not […]

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