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 is planning on hiring over 100 temporary workers in hopes of tackling the city's trash issue.
Philadelphia’s gun problem is growing and its victim pool is expanding.
Outdoor dining has become a lifeline during the pandemic for struggling restaurants. And, it’s also helping people get out of the house and keep at a social distance. But, it seems everyone isn’t in love with the concept. They’re upset about the space outdoor dining is taking up.
Making music instead of mayhem that was the mission Saturday in Center City as dozens of demonstrators urged young people to put down the guns and pick up the drumsticks.
Tips for servers have been affected by COVID-19.
Authorities are investigating after they say a woman's body was found inside a plastic container wrapped in Saran Wrap Wednesday morning in South Philadelphia.
Authorities say a teenage girl was severely injured after an explosive device ignited on the second floor of a home in East Germantown Wednesday night.
Area malls have reopened and are taking precautions as they welcome back customers.
A Zoom meeting to address the fallout over a group of men armed with bats and other weapons in Fishtown last month quickly became heated Tuesday night.
Authorities say a pilot was rescued after a banner plane plunged into the ocean Saturday afternoon off the coast of Long Beach Island.