Bianca Beltrán

Bianca Beltrán joined NBC10 Boston, NECN and Telemundo Boston in January 2022 as a bilingual reporter.

Bianca has served English and Spanish-speaking communities in Kansas City, Missouri (KMBC), Salinas, California (KSBW), and at Univision-affiliate stations (KPMR and KSMS) along California's Central Coast. While at KSBW, she also anchored the weekend morning show.

She has reported on major events across the country — from wildfires in California to destructive storms in the Midwest — and received an Emmy nomination for her coverage of the 2020 protests against police brutality. She is passionate about probing difficult issues, such as incarceration and immigration. Through her reporting, she endeavors to bring attention to the most serious challenges we face — along with their potential solutions.

Bianca grew up among the strawberry fields of Oxnard, California. She graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara, with a degree in film and media studies.

She enjoys exploring new hobbies and learning niche skills. She has two cats who are an endless source of entertainment and affection.

The Latest

  • Soccer Jun 17

    Top USWNT goalie Alyssa Naeher smiles at the ‘blood, sweat and tears' it took

    Focused and calm under pressure, goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher is unflinching at the net and when she’s called to score. This year, the 10-year national team veteran and two-time Women’s World Cup winner reached over 100 appearances and became the first goalkeeper in National Women’s Soccer League history to have played over 15,000 minutes. “It just really puts a smile...

  • Animals and Wildlife Jun 14

    Black bear removed from downtown Worcester, ‘literally in our backyard'

    A black bear was safely removed from the backyard of a home in downtown Worcester on Friday, authorities said. Eyewitness video showed a MassWildlife team carry the bear to a waiting pickup truck, where it was laid on ice, its head in a wrap. Someone, asked if the bear will be okay, can be heard saying, “We’re going to...

  • basketball Jun 13

    Aliyah Boston keeps striving for greatness on and off the court

    Qualifying for the Olympics is no easy task, as athletes from all over the U.S. compete for just a handful of spots. Basketball star Aliyah Boston knows this first-hand. The Worcester Academy grad found out this week that she did not make the team roster for the 2024 Paris Olympics, but this decision isn’t expected to slow her down....

  • Boston Jun 13

    Teen shot after her graduation in Boston's Seaport; no arrests

    An 18-year-old who’d just come from her high school graduation was shot in Boston’s Seaport District Thursday, Boston police said, while they looked for the person who shot her. The teenager, who “had just recently graduated from Boston Collaborative High School,” was expected to survive, Boston Police Commissioner Michael Cox told reporters. The location of the shooting, at 200...

  • 2024 Paris Olympics Jun 10

    Diana Taurasi looking for 6th gold medal in Paris Olympics

    It was 20 years ago that Diana Taurasi first got called up to the senior national basketball team. She was still a senior at UConn, but it wasn’t long before she was preparing for her first Olympics. “The first one is always the most exciting one. You know, I was just out of college, I was the youngest on the…

  • Boston Pride Jun 8

    Boston preparing for large turnout for Pride for the People Parade and Festival

    A million people are expected to gather on the streets of Boston for Boston’s Pride for the People parade and festival on Saturday with events spanning from City Hall plaza to the South End and Boston Common. Pride flags lined Tremont St. in the South End Friday morning in anticipation of the parade, including a large flag that draped...

  • Veterans Jun 6

    Remembering D-Day: Local WWII veteran shares memories of Normandy invasion

    Alfred Consigli was one of seven brothers from Milford, Massachusetts, who fought in World War II. On the 80th anniversary of D-Day, the 100-year-old shared many of his memories of his time on the frontlines. “I get the letter from the government to report at 17 years old for a physical to go into the service, as soon as you…

  • 2024 Paris Olympics Jun 6

    Olympic diver from New Hampshire has her sights set on Paris

    A two-time Olympic diver from Dover, New Hampshire is coming out of retirement hoping to compete in Paris. Jessica Parratto is preparing for the Olympic Diving Trials starting June 13 in Indianapolis, Indiana. “Pretty much from day one. I was a diver,” said Parratto. “My parents are both swimming coaches and my mom is also a diving coach. It was…

  • Massachusetts May 24

    Melrose firefighter stole dead man's identity, feds say

    A man has been serving as a Melrose, Massachusetts, firefighter under the name of a dead man whose identity he stole, according to federal court documents. The firefighter — who federal prosecutors are referring to as John Doe because they aren’t sure of his real identity — faces charges of aggravated identity theft and making false statements while applying for…

  • 2024 Paris Olympics May 23

    Artistic swimmer from Andover has Olympic dreams

    The national artistic swimming team will compete in the Olympics for the first time since 2008, and a swimmer from Andover, Massachusetts, is hoping to represent Team USA in Paris. Ruby Remati, 21, admits the sparkly swimsuits got her attention as a child when she saw synchronized swimming for the first time at the Andover YMCA. “My dad would always…

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