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.

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.

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's anchor duties extended to KION's sister stations, KCOY 12 and KKFX FOX 11, based in Santa Maria and Santa Barbara, California.

Marc began his career in 2006 as a morning news anchor at KVII-TV in Amarillo.

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

He lives in Pasadena with his wife, son and rescue dog Hayley.

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Marc's Stories
Signs warning of COVID-19 placed in high-risk areas of LA where cases, deaths are increasing
COVID-19 signs in multiple languages are now posted in several Los Angeles neighborhoods, advising people they're entering a high-risk area where cases and virus-related deaths are increasing.
More families turning to home-based health care for loved ones amid pandemic
It's no surprise a lot of seniors in need of extra care feel safer at their own homes. So much so, it's led to a booming business: in-home health care
Southern California man raising awareness about COVID-19 after father dies
A Southern California man is raising awareness after his father died from COVID-19 last week.
Strong winds create hazardous driving conditions, bring fire danger and power shutoffs across SoCal
Dangerous Santa Ana winds are whipping through the Southland, bringing increased fire danger and causing hazardous driving conditions as thousands are under the threat of having their power shut off.
Supervisors urge LA County to expand COVID-19 vaccinations to people 65 and over 'without further delay'
Two Los Angeles County Supervisors are now pushing for the expansion of COVID-19 vaccinations for people 65 and older.
Dodger Stadium reopens as COVID-19 vaccination site, one of the largest in the country
Dodger Stadium reopened Friday as a mass COVID-19 vaccination site, which Mayor Eric Garcetti says will have the capacity to vaccinate 12,000 people a day once it is fully operational.
15-year-old Simi Valley boy dies of MIS-C, rare illness linked to coronavirus
Braden Wilson's family was told that his cause of death was MIS-C, a rare pediatric complication stemming from COVID-19.
SoCal chaplain says meaning behind work incredible amid pandemic
Reverend Cassie McCarty, chaplain at Dignity Health Glendale Memorial Hospital, says the last 10 months haven't been easy. While the job is tough, she loves it.
Disneyland to host Orange County's first massive vaccination site
Disneyland, which remains closed to visitors, is set to host the first of five massive vaccination sites in Orange County.
LAUSD schools mourning two teachers who died of COVID-19
Former students and their families are mourning two teachers who died of COVID-19 at LAUSD schools recently.