Breana Pitts

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Breana Pitts is a traffic reporter on WBZ-TV weekday mornings (4:30-7AM) with anchors Chris McKinnon, Kate Merrill and meteorologist Danielle Niles.

Pitts joined WBZ-TV News from KTSM-TV in El Paso, Texas, where she was a main anchor. Prior to joining KTSM-TV, Pitts was a News Coordinator at WHDH-TV, the NBC affiliate in Boston, where she spent nearly two years. She began her broadcasting career at New England Sports Network as a Host/Reporter in 2012.

Pitts is a graduate of Suffolk University, where she earned a B.A. in broadcast journalism.

You can connect with her on Twitter at @BrePWBZ.

Pitts Stop: Could Smarter Tolling Reduce Traffic Congestion In Boston?

As Boston continues to grow, so does rush hour traffic. One group thinks they have a possible solution.


Everett Hopes To Be First Eastern City With Gold Transportation Rating

Everett hopes busing upgrades will make it the first East Coast city to achieve the Gold Standard in Bus Rapid Transit.


Pitts Stop: Keolis Using Drone To Make Improvements On Commuter Rail

Keolis, the agency that operates the Commuter Rail, says drones are helping them do their jobs safely and more efficiently.


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Pitts Stop: Lawmaker Pushes For School Bus Cameras In Massachusetts

A state representative wants local school buses to have stop arm surveillance cameras.


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Pitts Stop: Shutesbury Couple Bikes Coast-To-Coast For Epilepsy Research

Arleen and Cliff Read raised about $40,000 for the Epilepsy Foundation by biking coast-to-coast from Washington to Boston.


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A landscaping company uses goats to rid properties of unwanted weeds and plants.