Devin Bartolotta joined the WJZ 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.
If you ask the Orioles, the season of giving never has an offseason.
Former offenders are forging paths to a brighter future with the help of a Baltimore judge.
Two adults and two teens are facing charges in Baltimore County due to their alleged involvement in a string of robberies targeting business owners.
A young firefighter was found murdered in Upper Fells Point and homicide detectives are searching for a gunman.
A Salvation Army warehouse in Baltimore has been burglarized. Toys and clothes for unprivileged children were among the stolen items.
A reading assignment has been removed from a Baltimore City high school after major push back from parents. Many said the content and language of a book is just too graphic for teenagers.
There’s no shortage of Christmas cheer at the United States Naval Academy this holiday season.
It’s the number one cancer killer in America, and doctors say smokers are not being screened for lung cancer often enough.
Police in Maryland say a woman killed her 2-year-old son and then herself.
Police in Maryland have identified the driver and car that struck and killed a man in Harford County.
Baltimore’s Festival of Trees is just a few days away and decorators have been hard at work setting up the annual Kennedy Krieger Institute event.
Whether by plane, train, or automobile, millions of people are on their way to Thanksgiving destinations.