Bianca Peters

bianca peters 600x450 Bianca PetersBianca Peters joined CBS4 News This Morning as traffic reporter in mid-October.

Bianca was most recently a morning show anchor/reporter for KOBI/NBC5 and KOTI/FOX 26 in Southern Oregon. Prior to that, she co-hosted the lifestyle program JUCE TV for TBN. She has also covered the X-Games for ESPN.

While studying at California State University Long Beach, Bianca produced and hosted a weekly college football program for the student-run television station, College Beat TV. She graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in communication.


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