Marc Cota-Robles, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Marc Cota-Robles

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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  • ABC7 News
  • Action News on 6abc
  • Eyewitness News
  • ABC 7 Chicago
  • ABC30 Fresno

Recent articles by Marc:

Bobcat Fire prompts evacuation warnings for Juniper Hills area in Antelope Valley

The Bobcat Fire burning above the San Gabriel Valley foothill communities continues to grow, prompting new evacuation warnings for some residents in the Antelope Valley. → Read More

Bobcat Fire: Mount Wilson Observatory spared for now as blaze grows to 41,773 acres

Get the latest updates for the Bobcat Fire in Southern California. Burning in the Angeles National Forest, the blaze has prompted evacuations for parts of Arcadia and Sierra Madre as flames appear to no longer be threatening the Mount Wilson Observatory. → Read More

Ransomware attack shuts down remote classes in Newhall

A computer ransomware attack has locked up systems in the Newhall School District, leading to the cancellation of remote classes for at least Tuesday. → Read More

EL Dorado Fire: Yucaipa family keeps positive outlook after losing their home, possessions in 13,700-acre blaze

A Yucaipa family narrowly escaped the El Dorado fire with their lives, and returned home to find nothing but ashes. Although they may have lost everything, they are able to focus on what's most precious: everyone is okay. → Read More

Bobcat Fire in Angeles National Forest grows to 26,368 acres, continues to threaten foothill communities

The Bobcat Fire burning in the Angeles National Forest has exploded in size to over 26,000 acres as several San Gabriel Valley foothill communities remain under an evacuation warning. → Read More

El Dorado Fire: Evacuations ordered in Angelus Oaks, Seven Oaks as blaze burns 12,474 acres

Evacuation orders have been issued for Angelus Oaks and Seven Oaks as the El Dorado Fire near Yucaipa has scorched at least 12,474 acres. → Read More

Bobcat Fire: Evacuation warning expanded as 10,344 acre-blaze rages in Angeles National Forest

Thousands of residents in seven San Gabriel Valley foothill communities bordering the Bobcat Fire are under an evacuation warning as the blaze in the Angeles National Forest threatens to barrel toward homes. → Read More

Friends rally to help Riverside man with rare genetic disorder, provide donations for new home

Riverside man born with a rare genetic disorder has a new place to call home thanks to the generosity of both friends and strangers. → Read More

SoFi Stadium to host ribbon cutting ceremony in Inglewood ahead of Rams' season opener

The official ribbon cutting ceremony for SoFi Stadium in Inglewood will be held Tuesday, just a few days before the venue's first major event. → Read More

El Dorado Fire near Yucaipa sparked by pyrotechnic device at gender reveal party, officials say

A smoke-generating pyrotechnic device used during a gender reveal party sparked the El Dorado Fire burning near Yucaipa, which has charred more than 7,000 acres, officials say. → Read More

'Most horrific incident:' Man recalls responding to Conception boat fire on 1-year anniversary

In a new interview, Eyewitness News spoke with one of the first responders to the Conception boat fire, a civilian woken up in the middle of the night who raced to the scene to help. → Read More

Criminal charges loom amid 1-year anniversary of Conception boat fire that killed 34 off Santa Barbara coast

Court documents say criminal charges are imminent in the investigation of the fire that killed 34 people aboard the scuba boat Conception last year off the coast of Santa Barbara. → Read More

More businesses allowed to reopen, but LA County retains strict health orders

More businesses across California will be allowed to reopen Monday, including barbershops and hair salons, as the state takes a slow and more stringent approach to economic recovery. → Read More

LA to file criminal charges against party houses in the Hollywood Hills

Criminal charges are expected to be filed in connection to recent parties in the Hollywood Hills that were held despite a city ban on large gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Therapy dog seen in viral video still lending a helpful paw after Instagram hacking

After his dog's popular Instagram account was hacked, Andrew Laske is spreading awareness about cybersecurity threats. → Read More

Uber, Lyft drivers to protest at LAX over possible temporary shutdown in California

Uber and Lyft drivers will stage a protest at LAX as they wait to find out if the rideshare companies will temporarily shut down services in California. → Read More

SoCal continues to swelter while battling power drain during heat wave

About 4,800 Los Angeles Department of Water & Power customers were without power Wednesday morning due to a strain on the utility's distribution system caused by high temperatures. → Read More

Heat wave still threatens California power grid with outages

California's power grid operators are keeping a wary eye on the thermometer as a heat wave continues to stress the electrical system. → Read More

Hospital chaplains help with spiritual healing, support during COVID-19 pandemic

Hospital chaplains are helping to provide spiritual support and healing for those in need during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Ranch Fire in Azusa burns 3,000 acres, shifts away from homes; evacuations lifted

Residents in Azusa, California were returning home Friday morning after evacuation orders were lifted as a nearby brush fire grew to 3,000 acres at 0% containment, but flames were no longer burning toward homes. → Read More