Todd Quinones joined CBS 3 as a general assignment reporter in July, 2001. He has since moved to CBS 3 and The CW Philly’s late newscasts as a lead reporter.
Quinones, a native of Canadensis, Pennsylvania in the Poconos, returned to the Philadelphia area from KERO-TV, the ABC station in Bakersfield, California where he had been an anchor/reporter since 1999. He began his broadcasting career on cable station BRC-TV in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania in 1996.
Quinones is a 1996 graduate of Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English/Communications.
In November, 2010, Quinones was named one of the region’s Most Influential Latinos by Impacto Latin Newspaper and the Multicultural Affairs Congress. Quinones and his wife, Gosia, reside in the Bella Vista section of Philadelphia.
A high school teacher in Cape May County, New Jersey has been arrested for charges including sexual assault, authorities announced Tuesday.
Officials within Trump Plaza have yet to offer any comment of confirmation.
Nefertiri Trader’s three children and mom are simply devastated.
The mother and daughter came up with the idea of the magnetic sign to try and find a donor to save Honey’s life.
For the first time we are hearing directly from the eyewitness who first spotted the flames.
Polanco’s family wants more fencing and more strongly worded signs at the spot where he drowned.
The incident was reported around 5:45 p.m. Monday near I Street and Romona Avenue.
Neshaminy School Board Votes Student Newspaper Ban On ‘Redskins’ Can Stand, But Only In Certain Sections
Neshaminy school board vote prevents the high school editors from deleting the word redskin only on the editorial page where other students submit letters to the editor.
The incident was reported shortly before 5:30 p.m. on the 3400 block of Saint Peters Road in Warwick Township.
It was a surprise hero’s welcome for a World War II veteran who doesn’t think he’s a hero at all.
An effort is underway to help a dog that may have been duct taped.
Eyewitness News reporter Todd Quinones spoke with a relative about the dramatic turn.
U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is at a military hospital in Germany as questions swirl about the swap that resulted in his freedom.
Philadelphia police said they were unaware of a motive or what happened to the grafts.
Police are investigating two sexual assaults in Philadelphia’s Mayfair neighborhood.