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.
Some restaurants and shops are starting to reopen to the public after a deadly rush of water poured into Ellicott City nearly three weeks ago.
As the votes slowly start to trickle in before the polls fully open later this month, the race for Maryland governor ramps up.
A 10-year-old boy who was left bleeding in the street is now fighting for his life after his a woman says a driver ran over her son and kept going.
Cell phone video of a heated exchange between a Baltimore County officer and a young man has gone viral.
It’s a race to rebuild in Ellicott City just more than two weeks since flash flooding destroyed homes and businesses.
Gov. Larry Hogan kicked off his campaign for reelection Saturday, with less than three weeks before Marylanders go to the polls for the primaries.
A veteran and National Guardsman was laid to rest Thursday after being swept away by the floodwaters in Ellicott City while trying to save a woman.
It has been 11 days since water tore through Ellicott City, destroying homes and business – and clean-up is far from over.
First responders are continuing the attempt to recover a construction worker who is trapped in a trench in Clifton Park.
Lawyers for the one of the teens accused of killing Baltimore County officer Amy Caprio said he panicked and did not intentionally kill the officer.
Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa appeared in court Monday for nine minutes to face a federal judge for the charges against him for failing to file his taxes for three years.
Less than one year ago, he committed four cold-blooded killings. Now, a Pennsylvania man will spend his life behind bars.