Pat Warren

Warren Pat 175x131 (2)Pat Warren joined the Eyewitness News team in 1992.

Pat came to WJZ from WBNS-TV in Columbus, Ohio where she had been a news anchor and general assignment reporter.

Her desire to give back to the community keeps Pat involved with many non-profit organizations.

Pat attended Southern Methodist University and University of Akron, where she studied speech/communications and mass media.

Pat enjoys traveling, reading and watching old movies in her spare time.

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Charges Filed Against Driver Who Fatally Struck Maryland Officer

The driver who fatally struck a Montgomery County police officer has been official charged.


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Call To Put More Restrictions On Older Md. Drivers

An aging population behind the wheel of the car. A call for more restrictions on licensing and renewal for elderly Maryland drivers is heard in Annapolis.


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NTSB Recommends .05 Legal Limit For Alcohol

Dropping the legal limit for being over the limit. The National Transportation Safety Board recommends people who have a blood alcohol level of .05 be considered drunk.



Some Md. Lawmakers Move To Decriminalize Drugs Like Heroin

Some Maryland lawmakers are taking a bold step in decriminalizing possession of small amounts of certain drugs. It’s one of a group of bills intended to address addiction as a health issue rather than a crime.


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‘Black Lives Matter’ Activist Running For Mayor Of Baltimore

A well-known Black Lives Matter activist is running for mayor of Baltimore. DeRay Mckesson filed for mayor just ten minutes before the deadline closed Wednesday night.


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Martin O’Malley Officially Suspends Presidential Bid

Following Monday’s caucuses, the former governor of Maryland and former mayor of Baltimore has suspended his presidential campaign.


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FBI: Washington High On ISIS’s Attack List

The FBI believes the D.C. area is high on ISIL’s list for terrorist attacks.



Maryland Supporters Of Right-To-Die Measure Try Again

Maryland supporters of allowing terminally ill residents to legally end their lives with drugs prescribed by a doctor said Thursday they are trying again after the measure stalled last year.



National Org. Calls For Firing Of Baltimore Housing Commissioner

The Baltimore Housing Authority sex-for-repairs scandal has prompted a call for the mayor to fire Housing Commissioner Paul Graziano.


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Grand Jury Investigating Planned Parenthood Indicts Accusers Instead

A grand jury investigating the alleged sale of fetal tissue by Planned Parenthood indicts the accusers instead.


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NTSB Reveals New Details From Gaithersburg Jet Crash

The NTSB released new details from its investigation into a fatal jet crash in Montgomery County more than a year ago.


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Maryland Lawmakers Consider Changing State Song

For the fourth time since 2001, the Maryland General Assembly considers changing the state song.



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