Marcus Espinoza, FOX 29

Marcus Espinoza

FOX 29

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Marcus:

2 injured in shooting outside Wawa in Plymouth Township

Police in Plymouth Township say two people were injured during a shooting that occurred in a Wawa parking lot early Sunday morning. → Read More

Parents furious after breakfast, lunch not provided at Southwest Philly school due to staff issue

In a letter, the school explains food service staff did not report to Mitchell to serve breakfast or lunch. Monica Lewis with the School District of Philadelphia says food in fact was on site but no one was there to distribute it. → Read More

'Ben the Turkey' becomes the talk of Bensalem

Bensalem residents appear to have a new celebrity of sorts in their midst. "Ben the Turkey" has captured the heart of the town and has been spotted all around the area. → Read More

Mother seriously injured after driver slams into school bus in Pennsauken, NJ

Police in Pennsauken say they arrested a man after he crashed his car into a school bus that was dropping off students. A mother who was picking up her daughter from the bus stop was seriously injured. → Read More

University of Delaware requiring COVID-19 vaccination or proof of negative test to attend football games

The University of Delaware will require proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID test taken in the past 72 hours to be admitted into football games. Masks will also be required in all indoor areas. → Read More

Archdiocese of Philadelphia students, staff required to wear masks

The Archdiocese of Philadelphia announced this week masks will be required for all students and staff. → Read More

NJ parents start petition asking Gov. Murphy to give students virtual learning option

A petition on with thousands of signatures hopes to send a message to Gov. Phil Murphy that students should be given the option for virtual learning. → Read More

Volunteer firefighter welcomed home after being struck by suspected drunk driver at crash scene

Volunteer firefighter Alex Fischer returned home after being injured in a crash last month that was caused by a suspected drunk driver. → Read More

No mask mandate in Pennsylvania for students, Wolf says

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf will not be issuing a mask mandate when students return to the classroom this fall. → Read More

First-round of the Philly Vax Sweepstakes winners announced

After two shots of a vaccine, a phone call and an email, Daniel Silva became the first $50,000 winner of the Philly Vax Sweepstakes. → Read More

4 firefighters, civilian injured after fire truck crashes into building in North Philadelphia

Four firefighters and a civilian were injured after a fire truck crashed into a building in North Philadelphia Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Delaware lifts mask mandate, indoor capacity restrictions

Fully vaccinated people can now go without masks in Delaware after the mandate both indoors and outdoors was lifted Friday. → Read More

Man, 20, dies after being shot nearly a dozen times in Kingsessing quadruple shooting

Police say four people were shot in Kingessing Wednesday afternoon, leaving a 20-year-old man dead. → Read More

'This one's for the athletes': Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta continues without fans

The Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta took place for the first time in over a year on Saturday after the COVID-19 pandemic canceled the event last year. → Read More

Hungry for tourism dollars, Philly officials debut marketing plan aimed at bringing visitors back

Philadelphia officials debuted a marketing strategy aimed at bringing back visitors, hoping to recoup much missed tourist money. → Read More

Help wanted: Restaurants experiencing worker shortage as diners return

Patrons are returning in droves and business is up, but restaurants like the Blue Bell Inn can’t find enough staff to keep up with demand. → Read More

City leaders, again, address violence as shootings continue unabated

More than half a dozen shootings in Philadelphia in less than 24 hours see city leaders address the violence. In the press briefing, they reported a suspect in three different murders is in custody. → Read More

CDC considering revising outdoor mask guidance

The director for the Centers for Disease Control spoke Thursday morning about the department looking at possible new guidance for outdoor mask wearing. → Read More

Atlantic City mega-site allowing walk-in COVID-19 vaccine appointments

Excited and relieved, N.J. residents continue to receive their COVID-19 vaccines at the Atlantic City Convention Center, but, now things may finally ramp up to never before seen levels, due to expanded eligibility. → Read More

8 bridges connecting Pennsylvania-New Jersey get toll hike

Motorists who frequently use toll bridges to pass between New Jersey and Pennsylvania will notice an increased fee to cross over the Delaware River with new toll hikes now in effect. → Read More