Marcus Espinoza joined the FOX 29 News team in January 2020 as a general assignment reporter.
Marcus moved to Philadelphia from Quincy, Illinois, where he was a weekend anchor and multi-media journalist for KHQA-TV for two years. In 2018 he won an award in the Iowa Broadcast News Association Award for his story "Concealed Carry."
Prior to that, Marcus was a multimedia journalist at WNWO-TV in his hometown Toledo, Ohio.
Marcus attended Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona, majoring in Broadcast Journalism.
Philadelphia launches phase two of a street cleaning program, covering various neighborhoods. Residents will have to move their cars for the operation to work properly.
A local congressman sent letters to Mayor Jim Kenney and President Joe Biden pleading for action to put an end to the surge of gun violence in Philadelphia.
Mayor Jim Kenney and Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw tried to assure the public they're doing everything they can to stop the bloodshed in the city.
Weather surveyors are investigating if a tornado ripped through Woodbine overnight Thursday as Tropical Storm Elsa slammed in the New Jersey coast leaving behind a wake of destruction.
On Thursday, a group of city leaders, clergy members, and entrepreneurs came together to try and find solutions to the various murders happening around Philadelphia.
After two shots of a vaccine, a phone call and an email, Daniel Silva became the first $50,000 winner of the Philly Vax Sweepstakes.
One Camden County Girl Scout has earned top honors by selling nearly 2,000 boxes of cookies, despite the pandemic which caused nationwide sales to drop.
The graduation ceremony for Upper Darby High School seniors underwent some last minute changes as the school announced on social media late Thursday night that rain would force the ceremony inside and also limit it to students only.
Police are investigating a shooting that erupted outside a bar in Upper Darby Township that left at least one person dead and two others wounded.
It's new police body cam at the center of a lawsuit being filed against Philly police. A man says an officer deleted video from his phone during a traffic stop.