Marc Martinez anchors weekday FOX 10 News broadcasts at 6:00 pm, 7:00 pm and 10:00 pm.
He joined FOX 10 News as a reporter in June 2002. 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.
Across Arizona, there are several hundred massive electrical towers that help bring electricity to people's homes, and should they stop working properly, the consequences could be dire. This is why a group of journeyman lineman with Salt River Project work hard to maintain these towers.
NASA officials say that the object is likely one of their scientific balloons that launched from Fort Sumner in New Mexico and landed in Arizona.
Protesters gathered outside of Kyrsten Sinema's Phoenix office after she did not cast a vote for creating a bipartisan 9/11-style commission to investigate the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
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An associate professor at the University of Arizona is using his art to keep the conversation about Black History Month going. He's taking pieces of the past and giving them new life in the present.
For one Valley woman, it was a birthday surprise that will be remembered for years to come.
A Valley doctor is taking social distancing to another level during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many FOX 10 viewers have asked the same question: why haven't more people been tested.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic is putting healthcare workers across the country in the middle of the storm, with many of them putting themselves at risk every day.
On Thursday, students from a Phoenix high school were up bright and early to represent justice and freedom, ahead of MLK Day.