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.
Dozens of young wheelchair basketball players are in Philadelphia for the weekend participating in the 25th annual Katie Kirlin Junior Wheelchair Basketball Tournament.
Handicap placards are available to make life easier for those with disabilities, but a recent spate of placard thefts from vehicles appears to be a disturbing trend.
Events were held throughout the country to mark civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy and, in Philadelphia, a special event was attended by the commonwealth’s Governor-Elect, Josh Shapiro.
Three Roman Catholic churches in Camden and Gloucester counties were vandalized, police say, and a suspect was arrested after several witnesses alerted police.
Tiffany Fletcher was a bystander caught in the crossfire while working her Parks and Recreation job at Mill Creek Rec Center. One of her accused killers was in court Wednesday for a preliminary hearing.
A Delaware County fire company celebrates a huge milestone as they mark 100 years of protecting their community.
Philadelpiha leaders reveal how opioid settlement money will directly impact neighborhoods like Kensington.
A neighbor in the Port Richmond neighborhood where an apparent gas explosion destroyed two homes talks about being tapped in debris of his own home after the explosion.
Fire officials say they believe a gas explosion sparked what turned out to be a terrifying New Year's morning leaving five people in the hospital and two homes completely destroyed.
Thousands of kids turn out for an early celebration of the New Year at Please Touch Museum.