Devin Bartolotta joined the WJZ Eyewitness News team in July of 2016 as a general assignment reporter.
She comes to Baltimore after three years reporting, anchoring, and producing at KTTC-TV in Rochester, Minnesota.
Devin is a three-time EMMY Award winner and has been honored by both the Minnesota Associated Press and Society of Professional Journalists.
Devin’s passion for reporting started in elementary school. Her first interviews were conducted over chocolate milk at her Great Aunt Catherine’s kitchen table, recorded on a Playskool cassette tape recorder.
A graduate of Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, Devin spent time as an intern at WABC-TV’s Investigative Unit in New York City and at WTAE-TV in her hometown of Pittsburgh.
In her free time, Devin enjoys cooking, hiking, kayaking, and exploring new cities. If you have a favorite outdoor spot to share or want to say hello, you can reach her on Twitter or Facebook or send her an email at DBartolotta@wjz.com.
Explicit photos and racy text messages are at the heart of a new twist in the case of a Rockville High School student who claims she was raped.
Residents of Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood sent a message of inclusion and sorrow as they held a vigil to remember a New York man who was allegedly stabbed in a hate crime by a Baltimore resident.
A man was killed by police Friday morning after he was barricaded in a room with children and threatening them with a knife, police say.
Baltimore City’s population reached a 100-year low, according to new Census numbers out Thursday, but not all neighborhoods are feeling the impact of residents moving elsewhere.
Baltimore County Public Schools reversed a decision on a policy that closes schools without air conditioning on hot summer days.
A ribbon-cutting was held Tuesday for the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel, as city officials held a grand opening.
Police are on a manhunt for the person they believe killed two people Saturday morning by starting a house fire, calling him “Public Enemy Number One.”
Monday’s blast of winter has done serious damage to the iconic cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C. As the festival starts this week, many visitors are worried the flowers may not bloom at all.
With a $130 million budget gap looming over Baltimore City Schools, the biggest programs at one school are on the chopping block.
Facing declining numbers of priests in the Catholic Church, Pope Francis is considering a radical change to who can enter the priesthood.
A new urban park is coming to Baltimore County, taking shape in a location that’s needed a facelift for years.
Several injured passengers are demanding cash, well over a million dollars in total, after their midnight cruise in Baltimore’s harbor comes to a crashing halt.