Bianca Holman - Anchor and Reporter at ABC11 WTVD
Bianca Holman is an anchor and reporter for ABC 11 Eyewitness News.

Bianca is a former morning anchor and reporter at WAVY-TV 10/ Fox43 in Hampton Roads, Virginia. While at WAVY the morning team won 'Best TV Morning Show' by Virginia Association of Broadcasters. Bianca spent time at KLAS in Las Vegas, Nevada as a weekend morning anchor and reporter. During her time at KLAS, she won a 2020 Pacific Southwest Emmy Award for the News Special Category. Bianca started her on-air career as a general assignment reporter at WDBJ in Roanoke, Virginia.

Before her career in journalism she was a 6th grade math teacher in Brooklyn, N.Y. and Washington, D.C. Bianca is a proud graduate of Howard University. She also has graduate degrees from American University and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

Bianca was raised in a military family, where they lived in many states across the country. She is no stranger to North Carolina, her father was stationed at Fort Liberty and they lived in Fayetteville for two years. In her spare time, Bianca enjoys volunteering. Over the year she has been an active member of the Junior League, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, NABJ, and Howard Alumni Club. Staying active is a must, and while she might not run a half marathon, she is always going to say 'yes' to a pilates class or bootcamp.

Bianca also enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching documentaries, concerts, attending plays or musicals, and exploring new eateries.



Bianca's Stories
ABC11 presents "The Art of Storytelling: The New Age of Content Creation" workshop at NCCU
The workshop is tailored for students who are passionate about news and media.
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Unexpected pregnancies linked with weight loss drugs
Ozempic and similar medications are used to treat diabetes and assist with weight loss, but recently some women describe getting pregnant when using these medications.
Woman shares what it's like living with multiple sclerosis after life-changing diagnosis
Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune condition that impacts nearly one million people living in the United States, according to the National MS Society.
Efforts for Alternate Crisis Response Program in Raleigh continue
The new team would consist of social workers, peer support specialists, and EMS personnel.
LaShawn Thompson: Durham woman inspires others through philanthropic drive to help children
"When I die, I want to be remembered like how she lives her life," one co-worker said.
New birth control pill to become available over-the-counter
It is expected to be released in late March or early April, according to the manufacturer.
Could new IRS website help North Carolinians?
The Internal Revenue Service is testing out a new program that allows users to calculate and submit their returns directly to the government for free.
Duke University Hospitals program helps victims of gun violence with recovery
New research from Duke University School of Medicine shows when gunshot patients leave hospitals they can face unequal access to care.