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.
Motorists who frequently use toll bridges to pass between New Jersey and Pennsylvania will notice an increased fee to cross over the Delaware River with new toll hikes now in effect.
People were in disbelief over the scene at Tria Cafe Rittenhouse on the corner of 18th and Sansom.
A mother is pleading for justice after her son was shot and killed at the Philadelphia Mills Mall.
Philadelphia police are searching for a group of suspects who allegedly blew up an ATM machine early Wednesday morning in Northern Liberties and made off with piles of cash.
SEPTA on Sunday closed its Somerset Station in Kensington until further notice to address safety and maintenance concerns as the Market-Frankford stop falls into a dangerous state of disrepair.
At 108 years old with no signs of slowing down, Philadelphia’s oldest living resident did her part on Friday and received the COVID-19 vaccine.
Philadelphia police said they are bolstering patrols around Asian communities and businesses following a shooting at three massage parlors in the Atlanta-area that killed eight, most of them women of Asian descent.
City leaders called for action on Friday called for action after three separate shootings in one day left three people dead and six others injured.
Under financial pressure to consolidate its district, education officials in Camden announced on Friday that three schools will close at the end of the year and students will be funneled to four nearby buildings.
More doses are coming your way in Delaware County all thanks to a new partnership, vaccines will be given out at Springfield Hospital.