Kimberly Eiten joined WJZ in March 2017.
She comes to the Baltimore from sunny Orlando, Florida, where she worked as a reporter for WFTV.
During her time there, Kimberly covered the murder of The Voice star Christina Grimmie, the mass shooting at the Pulse Nightclub, and a deadly alligator attack on a toddler at Disney World.
She’s also worked as a reporter at KPTV in Portland, Oregon, and reporter and anchor at KOLN/KGIN in Lincoln, Nebraska.
In her spare time, she likes to try new recipes, cheer on the Cornhuskers and explore Maryland with her dog, Peter Jennings.
One week into a full shutdown of Baltimore’s subway system, transit authorities say repairs are on track as about 17,000 daily customers remain confused and frustrated.
The Carroll County Public School system is moving forward with banning the Confederate flag and swastikas as part of its dress code.
Anne Arundel County’s first medical marijuana dispensary is stocked and open for business.
Flashing orange message boards warned of an inconvenient commute as Baltimore’s 17,000 subway riders bused their way around a busted system.
Baltimore’s new top cop says he’s introducing random integrity tests, polygraph tests and a unit tasked with preventing OT abuse.
Stores and restaurants in Federal Hill say it’s time to call in more muscle.
Road crews across Maryland are out in full force as the state braces for another round of winter weather.
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Baltimore’s acting police commissioner told lawmakers more officers and fewer illegal guns are what he’d like to see on city streets to put an end to the record-breaking violence.
An Eastern Shore mother is locked up after authorities say she and her girlfriend tased, starved beat her kids.
Fighting a losing battle on the streets of Baltimore, city attorneys are now going to try and tackle the opioid crisis in court.
The Baltimore Police Department’s “Foxtrot” plays a vital role in the fight against crime across the city.