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Marc Martinez

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Marc Martinez joined FOX 10 news as a reporter in June 2002. Marc co-anchors the weekend editions of FOX 10 News broadcasts - Saturdays and Sundays from 5pm to 6pm and 9pm to 10:30pm.

Marc worked in Fresno, California and Las Vegas, Nevada before coming to FOX 10. Some of the most memorable stories Marc covered include the Arizona wildfire, flying with the Canadian Snowbirds aerial team, and being one of the only journalists allowed aboard a space shuttle.

Marc graduated with honors from Washington State in 1995, with a degree in journalism and political science. He has received an Electronic Media award and an Associated Press award for breaking news coverage, and has been nominated for four EMMY awards.

Marc's hobbies include traveling, reading, and spending time with his family.

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  • New details about accused drunk teacher

    New details about accused drunk teacher

    New information tonight about the San Tan Valley teacher arrested after school officials say she showed up drunk to teach class.We knew she was arrested hours before for drunk driving but now the details have emerged of that arrest including a witness who saw her behind the wheel driving erratically.
    New information tonight about the San Tan Valley teacher arrested after school officials say she showed up drunk to teach class.We knew she was arrested hours before for drunk driving but now the details have emerged of that arrest including a witness who saw her behind the wheel driving erratically.
  • Child rushed to the hospital after found not breathing

    Child rushed to the hospital after found not breathing

    Rescue crews rushed a 21 month old girl to a hospital after a child nearly drowned in an apartment unit.Goodyear Police got the call at 1:35 Monday afternoon, the initial report was that the child wasn't breathing.
    Rescue crews rushed a 21 month old girl to a hospital after a child nearly drowned in an apartment unit.Goodyear Police got the call at 1:35 Monday afternoon, the initial report was that the child wasn't breathing.
  • Changes to downtown parking start next week

    Changes to downtown parking start next week

    Over the past several years downtown Phoenix has seen a major boom.ASU built a campus, Cityscape opened, and dozens of new restaurants opened along the light rail line.But spending time in downtown is about to get more expensive.
    Over the past several years downtown Phoenix has seen a major boom.ASU built a campus, Cityscape opened, and dozens of new restaurants opened along the light rail line.But spending time in downtown is about to get more expensive.
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