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.
In a massive, multi-agency drill, local law enforcement, fire, and EMS practiced how they will respond to a potentially deadly situation.
A ship sailing from Baltimore was rocked by an explosion off shore and killed two crew members and injured two. The ship is desperately trying to get to land.
There has been another caught on camera confrontation on an airplane that has people talking.
On Saturday, Scientists are marching on Washington, and more than 400 other cities across the globe entering the political arena, as the White House threatens to cut money from climate programs.
Thursday night hundreds of people lined up and asked Maryland’s political leaders to fight everything from education policies to immigration reform.
Outside the classroom, looking in. Parents had ranging opinions on where local schools are succeeding and what can improve.
Guards overthrown by their prisoners in February are now taking two former Delaware governors to court.
Senator Jim Rosapepe is drafting legislation to keep a situation like the United Airlines debacle in Chicago from happening in Maryland.
Around 24 hours ago, the U.S. military tapped one of the most destructive weapons in its arsenal.
A Delaware judge has convicted a 17-year-old girl charged with homicide after a school bathroom fight that left a 16-year-old girl dead.
The Baltimore County Police Department is investigating an officer involved shooting that took place early Wednesday morning.
Baltimore is in bloom, and for 20 million adults, and more than six million kids across the country this is the real sign of spring.