Marc Cota-Robles
Marc Cota-Robles anchors the weekend morning newscasts on ABC7 Eyewitness News.

A native of Orange County, Marc is a graduate of Chapman University, where he received a bachelor's degree in broadcast television journalism.

While at ABC7, Marc has reported on countless breaking stories, including the Las Vegas mass shooting, the destructive Thomas Fire in Ventura and the mudslide aftermath in Montecito.

Before joining ABC7 in June 2014, Marc was an evening news anchor for multiple stations on California's Central Coast between Santa Barbara and Santa Cruz, including KION 46, KCBA FOX 35, KCOY 12 and KKFX FOX 11.

Marc began his career in 2006 as a morning news anchor at KVII-TV, the ABC affiliate in Amarillo, Texas.

Prior to jumping into the broadcast news industry, Marc drove open-wheel race cars, competing in the Pro Mazda National Championship.

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Marc's Stories
Native American Veterans find comfort together through their service, and in their culture
They have bonds that will connect them for life. Some veterans find comfort not only in their service, but also in their culture, through the Native American Veterans Association.
Driver released from custody after arrest for Whittier crash that injured 25 recruits
A man who authorities believe intentionally crashed into a group of law enforcement recruits was released from custody Thursday evening, according to jail records.
Karen Bass addresses Los Angeles for the 1st time as mayor-elect
Karen Bass, the first woman elected Los Angeles mayor, addressed the city for the first time as mayor-elect on Thursday.
Wind-fueled fire in Fontana damages at least 1 home, several cars
At least one home and a commercial structure were damaged after a wind-fueled fire broke out in Fontana overnight.
LA mayor race: Karen Bass takes lead over Rick Caruso in latest numbers
Though the race remains too close to call, Karen Bass took a lead over Rick Caruso in Friday's update to Los Angeles mayoral results.
Project with Keck School of Medicine USC, Project Angel Food helps Native Americans battle diabetes
A joint project between the Keck School of Medicine of USC and the nonprofit Project Angel Food is aiming to help Native Americans in the L.A. area battle diabetes through diet.
Nueva instalación de vivienda ayuda a los nativos americanos que se encuentran sin hogar
La organización sin fines de lucro, United American Indian Involvement, abrió su primera instalación de vivienda en el vecindario de Adams-Normandie en el sur de Los Ángeles.
New housing facility helps Native Americans experiencing homelessness
The phrase "home for the holidays" has taken on a special meaning this year for several local Native American families. For half a century, the nonprofit United American Indian Involvement, Inc. has been providing service for Native Americans in the Los Angeles area. This fall, the organization opened its first housing facility in the Adams-Normandie neighborhood, complete with 31 units.
SoCal community says thank you to Marine Corps veteran by giving him a brand new Honda Pilot
A Marine Corps sergeant who served two tours of duty in Iraq received a huge thank you from the community: A brand new Honda Pilot.
Los Angeles City Council meets virtually again as protests continue outside de León's home
L.A. City Council met virtually again as it continues to grapple with the fallout from the City Hall racism scandal, and as protesters continue to demand the resignations of Kevin de León and Gil Cedillo.