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.
On the ground, police sirens were routinely heard along Baltimore Avenue near the 476 interchange in Springfield.
Her family is stunned that such a vibrant loving woman is gone.
Local law enforcement indicates heroin is flooding our region with deadly consequences.
More than a 100 people came out to Wednesday night’s school board meeting. The vast majority came to support Mascio who’s been teaching here for 16 years.
Eight members of a New Jersey high school wrestling team have been scratched from a state tournament days after a photo surfaced of team members apparently simulating a lynching.
Joseph Cuthbert, a 71-year-old from Sicklerville, was arrested on Feb. 19th after information came to light over the weekend that he may have sexually assaulted several juvenile males.
A terminally-ill boy from Delaware County will receive a hero’s police escort welcome home Tuesday afternoon from a trip with his family in Walt Disney World.
Volunteers, firefighters and people in the West Conshohocken Department of Public Works spent their Monday night in the bitter cold.
If you’re home is without power it depends on which power line is damaged that counts.
With no place else to go, families with no heat and no power are finding shelter here at the Lionville Middle School in Exton.
It happened just before 4 p.m. Tuesday at the 6500 block of Castor Avenue.
CBS 3 has learned Philadelphia Police are questioning a person of interest in connection with a violent robbery spree targeting women.
This bitter blast of cold weather is also wreaking havoc on roads, homes and pipes. CBS 3’s Todd Quinones tell us what we need to do to protect our property from damage.
As these exclusive videos show, the transformer turned into a ball of fire that scared residents and knocked out power as neighbors scrambled to get help.
It is a startling series of events that has neighbors concerned.