Horace Holmes is co-anchor of ABC 7/WJLA TV's weekend news and a weekday general assignment reporter. He also is the reporter for ABC 7’s 'Choose to Save' program.
Prior to joining ABC 7, Horace anchored the Morning Show for WMAR-TV in Baltimore. Before that, he was a reporter with WBTV-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Horace has received numerous journalism honors, including two Emmy Awards: One for his reporting on the post-September 11th re-opening of Reagan National Airport; and one or his work on a Choose to Save special program. Horace also has received awards from the Associated Press, Sigma Delta Chi, Med Chi, and the National Association of Black Journalists.
Horace is an active volunteer in the community, supporting Special Olympics and the Maryland Governor's Council on Adolescent Pregnancy.
The IRS official at the center of the storm over the agency's targeting of conservative groups has told Congress she did nothing wrong. Then she refused to answer lawmakers' further questions, citing her Fifth Amendment right not to incriminate herself.
Before they can complete their freshman year, the plebes must climb to the top of the 21-foot Herndon Monument on campus.
After the Boston Marathon bombing, Preakness organizers decided to crack down on security, so for the first time in the race's 138-year history, fans will have to pass through strict security, including bag checks and metal detecting wands.
Members of the D.C. City Council are planning to introduce bills to decriminalize marijuana. The first is expected to come from a combined effort from Councilmembers Marion Barry and Tommy Wells.
Everyday, 9-year-old Janet Bioj comes home from Scotchtown Elementary in Laurel with her 10-year-old sister. But on Tuesday, instead of coming in the house, Janet says she decided to stay out. That started a scramble to find her.