Marc Cota-Robles
Marc Cota-Robles is a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor for 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.

Marc joined ABC7 in June 2014 after spending nearly eight years at KION-TV, the CBS affiliate in Salinas, California. While at KION, Marc served in many roles, including evening news anchor, beginning in 2010. The station was honored with three consecutive regional Emmy awards for best newscast (small market) in Northern California.

In 2012, Marc began anchoring additional newscasts for KION's sister stations, KCOY 12 and KKFX FOX 11 in Santa Maria, California.

Marc began his career as a morning news anchor at KVII-TV in Amarillo.

He is an accomplished story teller who is also skilled at shooting and editing his own material.

Prior to jumping into the broadcast news industry, Marc drove open-wheel race cars, competing in the Star Mazda National Championship. He continues to be an avid motorsports fan and has attended the Indianapolis 500 annually since 1993.

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Contact:
ABC7 Broadcast Center
Attn: Marc Cota-Robles
500 Circle Seven Drive
Glendale, CA 91201
818-863-7777

Archive
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Tuesday announced plans to scrap updates to three coastal natural-gas power plants in favor of replacing the aging turbines with clean, renewable energy sources.
The 5 Freeway in the Grapevine is back open Monday morning after snow and freezing conditions caused it to close in both directions.
Witnesses say the residents of a home set ablaze in the plane crash in Yorba Linda were hosting a Super Bowl party when the aircraft crashed.
Some evacuation orders were lifted in Ventura County and Burbank on Saturday afternoon as the brunt of a strong and damaging rainstorm made its way out of the Southland.
A 1,000-pound safe was stolen during a late-night break-in at a multimillion-dollar mansion in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles.