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.
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