Marc Cota-Robles, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Marc Cota-Robles

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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

Recent articles by Marc:

Oscars 2021: Here are the COVID-19 safety measures for ceremony attendees at Union Station

As the 93rd Academy Awards ceremony approaches, more details are emerging about the measures being taken to keep attendees safe in the midst of the pandemic. → Read More

Oscars 2021: Here are the COVID-19 safety measures for ceremony attendees at Union Station

As the 93rd Academy Awards ceremony approaches, more details are emerging about the measures being taken to keep attendees safe in the midst of the pandemic. → Read More

Oscars 2021: Here are the COVID-19 safety measures for ceremony attendees at Union Station

As the 93rd Academy Awards ceremony approaches, more details are emerging about the measures being taken to keep attendees safe in the midst of the pandemic. → Read More

LA residents, advocates demand equitable share of $1.3B in COVID relief funding Biden's American Rescue Plan

$1.3 billion in federal aid will soon come to L.A. from President Joe Biden's COVID stimulus American Rescue Plan. Residents and advocates are demanding that city leaders keep communities hit hardest by the pandemic in mind. → Read More

Californians 16 and older are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Californians who are 16 and older are now officially eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and can make an appointment on the state's MyTurn website. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Gov. Newsom visits vaccine site as California expands eligibility to people 16 and over

Californians who are 16 and older are now officially eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and can make an appointment on the state's MyTurn website. → Read More

LAUSD opens first 2 of 25 COVID vaccination sites Tuesday for students, families

With the reopening of some Los Angeles Unified School District campuses less than a week away, officials on Tuesday opened the first two of 25 COVID-19 vaccination centers for students and their families. → Read More

LA, Orange counties eligible to advance into orange tier, allowing businesses to expand capacity

Los Angeles and Orange counties on Tuesday became eligible to advance into the less-restrictive orange tier in the state's reopening framework, allowing for several businesses to expand capacity. → Read More

Los Angeles renters can now apply for up to $10K in rent relief

Renters in Los Angeles can now apply for up to $10,000 in rent relief through the city's $259 million COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance program. → Read More

Great American Takeout: 2nd annual event urges support for restaurants, other eateries

With restaurants and other eateries continuing to struggle amid the coronavirus pandemic, customers were urged to support their local establishments during the second annual Great American Takeout. → Read More

'A Touch of Disney': Limited capacity dining event set to begin at Disney California Adventure on Thursday

The day after a long-awaited reopening date was announced for Disneyland and Disney California Adventure, the "Touch of Disney" ticketed dining experience was set to begin at the latter theme park. → Read More

'A Touch of Disney': Limited capacity dining event set to begin at Disney California Adventure on Thursday

The day after a long-awaited reopening date was announced for Disneyland and Disney California Adventure, the "Touch of Disney" ticketed dining experience was set to begin at the latter theme park. → Read More

Murder victim's family demanding answers over erroneous release of suspect from DTLA jail

A local family is demanding answers after a murder suspect was mistakenly set free in downtown Los Angeles. → Read More

In effort to address low inoculation rates, mobile vaccination unit opens in Southeast LA

County and city leaders are pouring resources into Southeast Los Angeles to address food insecurity and the lack of vaccinations in that region. → Read More

Tiger Woods is awake, recovering from 'significant injuries' after Rancho Palos Verdes crash

Tiger Woods was recovering at a hospital Wednesday after suffering significant injuries to his right leg and undergoing surgery after the SUV he was driving struck a center divider in Rancho Palos Verdes and careened across the roadway. → Read More

Vaccine appointment delays in LA causes confusion; some show up to closed Dodger Stadium site

The announcement that more than 12,000 vaccination appointments scheduled for Friday in Los Angeles were delayed appeared to create a lot of confusion for some who still showed up to sites like Dodger Stadium hoping to get their shots. → Read More

24 Hour Fitness expands outdoor operations to provide members with safe exercise options

24 Hour Fitness has expanded its outdoor workout operations, using a combination of outdoor tents, turf areas and patios to help provide safe opportunities for people to exercise and stay fit. → Read More

LAUSD superintendent challenges state, local lawmakers to reopen schools in next 60 days

LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner is challenging state and local lawmakers to reopen schools in the next 60 days. The goal is to bring back about 250,000 students to campus as soon as possible and with safety precautions amid the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

All Good News: OC teacher who spends own money on supplies honored at local Ralphs

Workers at a Ralphs store in Anaheim Hills noticed a teacher regularly buying her own supplies and decided to honor her with a nice surprise. → Read More

Vintage Eagle Rock theater plans to reopen with fresh look and new video store

A movie theater in Eagle Rock is planning to reopen after the pandemic, and the goal is to kick-start construction soon as fundraising efforts continue. → Read More