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.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took the stage Tuesday night in front of a crowd of several hundred on the lawn of the National Constitutional Center.
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After a two-day preliminary hearing in a Harrisburg courtroom, three former top Penn State administrators have been ordered held for trial on charges that they covered up the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
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Police say a priest was carjacked in front of a Wilmington church Wednesday morning.
A city councilman says the newly released documents indicate the demolition work could have and perhaps should have been stopped days before the collapse which killed six people.
An emotional vigil was held for a mother and her three young sons fatally struck while crossing Roosevelt Boulevard Wednesday night.
It happened along a busy Market Street in broad daylight.
It is a violent group that so far has gotten away with stealing hundreds of dollars. Police are concerned the suspects might attack again.