Horace Holmes

Horace Holmes

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 for 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.

Contact Horace

Twitter: @ABC7Horace
WJLA
1100 Wilson BLVD, Suite 601 Arlington, VA 22209

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