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.
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.
Baltimore Police is modeling it’s new predictive policing technology after systems used in Chicago.
New numbers show Maryland’s horse industry is making a huge impact outside the gates of Pimlico.
‘Shocked and Saddened’: Political Leaders React To Death Of Md. Gubernatorial Candidate Kevin Kamenetz
Officials across Maryland reacted to the news of Baltimore County executive and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Kevin Kamenetz’s death.
In the streets of Charm City and across America, the opioid epidemic has a grip like never before.
The doors are closed, and hospital staff and families in Baltimore County are looking for answers. They say the pediatric unit at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center shut down suddenly.
A man wrongfully convicted of killing a woman in her southeast Baltimore home is set to receive a multi-million dollar settlement.
The best friend of “Serial” podcast murder victim Hae Min Lee says Adnan Syed’s alibi witness Asia McClain is “unreliable” and in it for the fame.
With a record-breaking number of people expected to fly this summer, security is on high at Baltimore Washington International Airport. Layers of protection work together, including a team of trained dogs that search the terminal for explosives.
The Johns Hopkins reconstructive surgery team has successfully performed the first total penis and scrotum transplant in the world.
Baltimore city leaders voted Monday night to sync traffic lights within the the next few weeks.