William La Jeunesse continued his reporting this morning on the devastating California drought, which has led to Gov. Jerry Brown issuing mandatory restrictions on water use.
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
A student organization at UC Berkeley is demanding for officials to rename a building on campus after convicted murderer Assata Shakur.
California extended strict controls on water usage Tuesday, a few days after a NASA scientist warned that the state currently has only one year of water left in its reservoirs.
Authorities raided four Los Angeles colleges accused in an alleged “pay-to-stay” student visa fraud ring.
Federal agents conducted more than 20 raids yesterday across southern California, targeting the "birth tourism" industry.
Las Vegas Police are on a manhunt for the suspect who shot and killed a mother of four outside of her home following a road rage incident. Now, the victim's family is offering a prized possession as a reward for information on her killer.
The man who allegedly shot a San Diego TV sports anchor has been taken into custody, according to authorities.
Two Albuquerque, New Mexico, police officers are facing murder charges for the shooting death of a homeless man last year.
The fallout from the hacked Sony emails is getting ugly, with new documents showing a producer slamming Angelina Jolie as a "minimally talented spoiled brat." Producer Scott Rudin decried Jolie's huge ego in February emails to Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal, telling her “YOU BETTER SHUT ANGIE DOWN."
How many people would risk their lives to save a complete stranger? Well, that's what one brave - and still unidentified - man did when he walked into a flaming duplex to rescue an elderly resident.
There are new hopes this morning for the family of a U.S. Marine jailed in Mexico for the past six months.
William La Jeunesse updated us this morning on the case of a U.S. Marine who has been imprisoned for six months in Mexico.