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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.

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    “Pretty sure it will be packed!” Excitement builds over economic impact of GOP Milwaukee debate

    MILWAUKEE — As excitement for the 2016 presidential election builds, Milwaukee is getting in on the action by hosting the fourth GOP presidential debate. “The Milwaukee Theatre has 4,100 seats in it and I’m pretty sure it will be packed — so it’s a great opportunity for us to showcase Milwaukee on a national stage,” said Kristin Settle, VISIT Milwaukee director of communications. Along with the news crews, candidates, and spectators comes a lot of money — especially since Milwaukee will also host […]

  • K-9

    Police, sheriff K-9s surprised with special gift, courtesy of The Lavendar Leash

    GREENFIELD — Their job is to serve and protect and they ask for nothing in return, except maybe a treat once in a while. “They don’t get a lot of extras for the dogs, we’re kind of bare bones,” said Greenfield Police Officer Eric Lindstrom. But in just a few weeks several police and sheriff K-9s in the Greater Milwaukee area will be getting a surprise. That’s where The Lavender Leash comes into play. The company makes gift boxes with healthy treats […]

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    City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works harvests the 2015 City/County Christmas Tree

    MILWAUKEE — Well before the sun came up on Thursday, November 5th, crews began preparing to cut down a very important addition to Milwaukee’s holiday celebration. “We have had this tradition running for 102 years, second only to New York City, so it’s a great Milwaukee tradition,” said Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. Just after 6:30 a.m. Thursday, the 40-foot, 4,300 pound Colorado Blue Spruce came down. It is now the 2015 City / County Christmas Tree. It was donated by the Farina […]

  • Stage gets set for "Wicked" at Marcus Center

    “You’re not going to be in Milwaukee anymore!” Stage gets set for “Wicked” at Marcus Center

    MILWAUKEE — A popular Broadway musical has arrived in Milwaukee. 13 trucks filled with sets, props and equipment for “Wicked” rolled into town on Tuesday, November 3rd. Crews are working around the clock to get everything set up before the first show, set for Wednesday night at the Marcus Center. It takes about 30 hours to rebuild and transform the stage for the show. “It`s an $11 million production, so when you walk in to the theater and you see […]

  • My Voice, My Vote

    “Democracy works:” MPS announces voter registration initiative for its students

    MILWAUKEE — It’s a simple concept: Cast your vote to have your voice heard. There’s a new effort to get more students involved in our democracy within Milwaukee Public Schools. “I believe that our democracy works the best when the most number of people are involved,” said Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. To raise that number, teachers at Riverside University High School have been helping seniors register to vote. But recently, the student body government took action in an effort to require that […]

  • Chiffon King

    Milwaukee woman shares her story to help others during ADHD Awareness Month

    MILWAUKEE — After making the decision to go back to school as an adult, Chiffon King knew something wasn’t right, reminding her of the years she struggled through school as a child. “It shouldn’t take me so many times to read an article. It shouldn’t take me so many times to figure out this math problem,” said King. As a mother of two children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD, King became an advocate for herself and went in to get […]

  • Dental Associates

    Dental Associates ‘PaYS’ it forward; plans to hire more veterans for new facilities

    FRANKLIN — Brightening smiles has always been a big part of Dr. Donald Gundlach’s life. He was well into his career as a dentist when he made the big decision to join the Army Reserve and several years later he felt compelled to go overseas. “I felt I needed to do more so that’s when I pushed hard to get to Afghanistan,” said Dr. Gundlach. During his deployment, he worked on the teeth of both human and canine soldiers, but the […]

  • Home energy audit

    Get ready for winter, save on heating by getting a home energy audit

    NEW BERLIN — Whether you like it or not, Old Man Winter is on his way! And for Cari Nissen, no matter how high she cranks the heat in her home, it never seems to warm up. “My nose is always cold. It’s cold,” said Nissen. That’s why she decided to get a home energy audit. Crews test the home by using a blower door. “It depressurizes the house, magnifies the leaks, helps us pinpoint air leakage,” said Devin Hawthorne, Weatherization […]

  • Waukesha West High School

    “Super excited about it!” Waukesha West High School students prepare to perform with Foreigner

    WAUKESHA — Singing is everything to this group of students at Waukesha West High School. “We all come here for the same reason and that’s to make great music and to sing with each other and to have fun,” said Waukesha West senior Bradley Pannicke. Now they’re preparing for the biggest concert of their career. “The PR person knew of us so when Foreigner asked if they could provide a choir, the first thing he said was ‘Waukesha West,'” said Waukesha […]

  • 123 Exteriors

    “I felt like I won the lottery!” 123 Exteriors steps up to help a local family in need

    WAUWATOSA — For about two decades, the place Anna and Christ Zervas have called home was in desperate need of a little TLC — including a new roof which wasn’t in their budget. But help came from 123 Exteriors. “At the beginning of the year, we were looking for something special to give back to the community that we work in. My idea was to give back a roof,” said Joe Koch, 123 Exteriors general manager. Last year Anna was diagnosed with cancer, and […]

  • Larry Sultan: Here and Home at Milwaukee Art Museum

    Milwaukee Art Museum preparing to open new exhibit “Larry Sultan: Here and Home”

    MILWAUKEE — A picture is worth a thousand words, but for Larry Sultan — it’s more than just words. He tries to tell stories through his photography. That photography will soon be on display at the Milwaukee Art Museum! “Larry Sultan is an American photographer. This is the first retrospective of his 35 year career,” said Lisa Sutcliffe, Milwaukee Art Museum curator of photography and media art. The finishing touches are being put on the “Larry Sultan: Here and Home” exhibit before it opens […]

  • Craft beer

    Ever thought about brewing your own beer? Learn more at the Wisconsin Craft Beer Festival

    MILWAUKEE — If you love making your own beer, or have ever thought about brewing at home — you can learn much more at the Wisconsin Craft Beer Festival. FOX6’s Laura Langemo visited the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee on Monday, October 19th for a preview of this weekend’s festival. This Friday, October 23rd and Saturday, October 24th, 50 breweries will be serving up 190+ beers at three separate tasting sessions. All day on Friday, visitors will be able to take […]


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