Bill Melugin is a Murrow Award winning reporter and investigative reporter for FOX 11 Los Angeles. He grew up in Orange County, CA and attended the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University where he received a B.A. in broadcast journalism and a minor in Spanish Linguistics. Prior to joining FOX 11, Melugin worked as an anchor and investigative reporter at WJZY-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina for two and a half years, and began his career as a reporter and fill-in anchor at KFOX-TV in El Paso Texas. Melugin received the Society of Professional Journalist's 1st place national Mark of Excellence award for investigative reporting, and has won a Texas State Teacher's Association School Bell award for his coverage of corruption in El Paso School districts, as well as an EMMA award for specialty reporting.
Criminal charges have been dropped against a former LAPD commander accused of being drunk in public during a traffic incident in Glendale in 2018.
Several countries are now warning their citizens about traveling to the U.S. due to the danger of mass shootings and gun violence.
The killer and torturer of an opossum found stabbed, beaten, burned, and hung from a fence in Lynwood was caught by investigators after DNA on the noose around its neck was matched to a convicted felon who lived nearby.
A Ladera Heights intersection is being criticized for potentially steering drivers into a collision course.