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.
The Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating.
The Vineland Police Department is cooperating with the prosecutor’s office which is investigating the death.
He was shot Thursday afternoon inside the third floor of his friend’s Kensington house.
Police are searching for a Montgomery County woman who has not been seen since Friday.
A Philadelphia Police officer who was buying a gift for his son as a reward for good grades was shot and killed during a shootout with two suspects who were trying to rob a video game store in North Philadelphia Thursday.
Four family members, including newlyweds, all of them dead. They all drowned while vacationing in the Dominican Republic with about a dozen family members.
In looking through some memorabilia she collected while on last season’s show, she told Eyewitness News she discovered The Amazing Race has super fans.
Authorities were unable to track down the 45-year-old after he seemingly vanished in late July.
There is a gaping hole inside the home where the car hit it.
The incident happened Thursday evening at the 1500 block of Chestnut Street.
Classmates honored Michael Shelly on Friday as he continues his battle with cancer.
The incident was reported around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at Garrett Road and Shadeland Avenue.
The paramedic has since apologized on Facebook saying that he deeply apologizes and that he did not mean to hurt his brothers in blue.
At the vigil Tuesday night at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church all six victims were remembered.
Bensalem Police are asking anyone with information to call them at (215) 633-3719.