Federal investigators are looking into the first-ever fatal crash of a Tesla self-driving car.
William La Jeunesse joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in March 1998 and currently serves as a Los Angeles-based correspondent.
Prior to joining FNC, La Jeunesse spent three years as an investigative reporter for KTVK-TV (DT2 3) in Phoenix, AZ and at KNSD-TV (NBC 7) in San Diego, CA, where he won two Golden Microphone Awards and an EMMY. He has also received five local EMMYS at KTSP-TV (ABC 5) in Phoenix, AZ. La Jeunesse began his journalism career at the Arizona Republic and was named the Arizona Press Club Journalist of the Year in 1989 and the UPI Western Region Journalist of the Year in 1987 and 1989.
La Jeunesse graduated with a B.A. from Syracuse University and earned his MBA from UCLA.
Stories from William La Jeunesse
Is Google helping Hillary Clinton by skewing search results related to the presumptive Democratic nominee?
More than a quarter of a million people have signed a petition to recall the California judge who issued a controversially light sentence to a convicted rapist.
The number of illegal immigrants crossing over the Mexican border into the U.S. has skyrocketed, according to new data.
Public schools in Colorado are now being urged to remove all Native American mascots and other symbols on their campuses, unless they are specifically approved.
One California school district has voted to allow staff members to carry guns on campus.
An illegal immigrant is believed to be back in Honduras after jumping bail on a motor vehicle homicide charge in Nebraska.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell is warning parents about the vulnerability of children and young teens who take nude selfies and post them online.
William La Jeunesse reported more details following a confrontation between Oregon police and militia members who have been occupying a federal wildlife reserve for weeks.
Despite providing a fake Pakistan address and once attending an Islamic school known for its hateful, anti-Western teachings, Tashfeen Malik was allowed entry into the United States.
Legal gun sales are skyrocketing in the United States following the terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California, which left 14 people dead at an office Christmas party.
William La Jeunesse filed another fascinating report from Mexican border, as he takes a week-long look at what the Border Patrol is doing to prevent illegal immigrants and smugglers from entering the United States.