Bianca Solorzano

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Bianca Solorzano (born March 21, 1974 in Boston, Massachusetts) is a correspondent for CBS News in New York City who appears on "The Early Show" amongst others. Prior to joining CBS News, Solorzano was an anchor on MSNBC from 2003-2005.[1] Solorzano has been with CBS News since 2006.[1]

Prior to that Solorzano was the weekend anchor and 3-day weekday reporter at KCRA 3-TV an NBC affiliate in Sacramento, California from 1999-2003.


Solorzano was born in Boston, Massachusetts but raised in Miami, Florida. She currently resides in New York City.[1]


In 1998, Solorzano was the recipient of a New York Associated Press Broadcasters Association Award for Best Interview of the Year for the interview she had with Waneta Hoyt.[1]


Solorzano obtained her Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in broadcast journalism and theatre arts from the University of Miami where she also graduated cum laude.[2][1] She was also an anchor for the University of Miami's cable news channel.[1]


Solorzano married Timothy Stewart Lucas in 2008 at St. Bartholomew's Church in New York City. Solorzano kept her last name instead of inheriting her husband's. Her parents are Madeline Solorzano and Dr. Oscar Solorzano, who is an orthopedic surgeon.[2] She has 2 children.


  1. ^ a b c d e f Dakss, Brian. "Bianca Solorzano". CBS News. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "Bianca Solorzano, Timothy Lucas". New York Times. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 

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