Marcus Solis
Marcus, a Bronx native, grew up watching Eyewitness News. Since the start of his career in broadcast journalism, it's been his dream to join Eyewitness News. That dream came true in 1997. In addition to covering stories throughout the tri-state area, Marcus has filed reports from Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Mexico.

Prior to joining WABC-TV, Marcus was a reporter/anchor for New York 1 News. Other stops along the way have included WDTV in Clarksburg, West Virginia and WFAS AM and FM in White Plains.

Marcus graduated from Syracuse University and is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.

Two business organizations are teaming up in the wake of the two most recent natural disasters.
Four minutes and nine seconds. That is how long a 5-year-old spent underwater at Chelsea Piers in Stamford last August.
Hispanic Heritage Month begins Wednesday, and we're showcasing a local grassroots group that has grown into one of the most trusted organizations when it comes to immigrant rights.
For most parents, a child's birthday is a time to celebrate. It is a milestone by which to recognize development and maturity. But for one family in Dobbs Ferry, birthdays are bittersweet. As Jacob Moon turns 8 this weekend, he is fighting for his life.
Stephen Spina, a postal worker, was stabbed to death in his apartment in Mamaroneck nearly 10 years ago. There was no forced entry, meaning he knew and let in his killer.