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.

Officials try and keep fathers and sons in separate units, in part because of the dangerous nature of the job.
A man waiting for his son to get off the school bus was brutally and randomly attacked, and police have released a picture of the man they are looking for.
A 14-year-old boy who went missing from his home in Fairfield last month in a situation that turned into a bizarre family drama has been found safe, police said Friday.
More than 60 people in Rockland County have been stricken with the highly contagious stomach bug Shigella in the last two months.
Workers at the nation's largest wholesale produce market have agreed to hold off on a strike while a federal mediator gets involved with contract talks.