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.
The Benjamin Franklin Parkway encampment started to dismantle on Friday after months of heated discussions with the city.
The dueling displays have seemingly caused a division on the Hatboro street and created an unwelcome uptick in visitors.
A crowd of union members and supports of Local 22 made it very clear Friday morning that they do not endorse presidential candidates.
Some parents are saying the Red Clay School District is providing unfair choices for parents and students when it comes to deciding on remote learning or returning to class.
Authorities say a car veered off Bristol Emilie Road just around 3 a.m. and into the home of Dale Franz. Police are still investigating what caused the collision.
Officials with the School District of Philadelphia say they are sticking to their plan to reopen in-person learning in schools in a hybrid method planned for later this year.
A naked ballot in Pennsylvania is one that arrived without the proper envelopes, signature or date. City Commissioner Al Schmidt explains it’s a way to separate the identity of the voter from the vote they cast.
Fire officials say no one was injured in a 2-alarm blaze that tore through a condo complex in Burlington County early Thursday morning.
Despite the passage of time, community members are still holding out hope Dulce Maria Alavez will be returned home safely.
A new school year is underway and along with it comes new concerns about a practice called "leveling."