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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11/03/2017

Heroes Among Us: Proud Army Vet Served 2 Tours In Afghanistan

Today we introduce you to Military Specialist James Guy. He is a South Florida native who served his country during two recent tours in Afghanistan from 2011 to 2016.

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Heroes Among Us: WWII Vet, D-Day Survivor Grateful To Have Served His Country With Honor

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Heroes Among Us: Sergeant Major Matthew Marks Called Upon Military Training To Help During Hurricane Irma

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10/20/2017

Steering You Right: Overnight Closures On The Palmetto & I-595 Express Lanes

South Florida’s seemingly endless road construction rolls on this week with a couple of overnight closures.

10/17/2017

Join The Hoopla & Get Moving With Hula Hoops

Hula hooping isn’t just for kids anymore. It’s a fun and addictive fitness alternative for all ages.

10/16/2017

Flight Of Furry Canines Head To New York To Find ‘Fur-ever’ Homes

Dozens of furry canines took flight to Canada in hopes of finally finding a ‘Fur-ever’ home.

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FIU Shelter For Irma, Maria Victims Will Stay Open ‘As Long As They Need’

Florida International University served as a shelter for Hurricane Irma and now they’re still keeping their doors open.

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Travelers From Puerto Rico Head To Miami To Avoid Hurricane Maria

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09/19/2017

South Florida, FDNY Send Supplies, Teams To Florida Keys

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