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.
BGE says more than 90,000 people are still without power Saturday night — the most widespread outage in six years.
The family of a Tennessee woman who has repeatedly tried to break into the White House says she suffers from mental health issues.
Fire officials say a car exploded in Woodlawn Thursday morning when a man sprayed aerosol deodorant inside and then lit a cigarette.
A bill honoring a murdered Howard County teacher and her unborn son is gaining traction among Maryland voters.
Maryland law could soon be lighting a path toward addiction recovery.
An oasis of healthy produce in a would-be food desert is celebrating two years of serving the West Baltimore community and making a difference through the No Boundaries Coalition.
As school threats spike across Maryland, educators across the state push back against President Donald Trump’s calls to arm teachers.
Cinemark Theatres announced they will no longer be allowing big bags into the theatre starting Thursday.
As opioid and heroin deaths in Maryland climb every day, the Maryland General Assembly is focusing its efforts on protecting kids from the drugs.
“Black Panther” has been selling out at theaters across the country, including in Maryland.
Asphalt is crumbling and vehicles are taking a beating after a rollercoaster winter in Maryland. Road crews across the state are now shifting from plowing roads to fixing potholes.
Baltimore City leaders rallied in front of Baltimore City Hall Wednesday to speak out against President Donald Trump’s infrastructure plan.