Pat Warren

Warren Pat 175x131 (2)Pat Warren joined the WJZ 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.

WJZ Takes A Look At Legislation Designed To Fight The Opioid Epidemic

Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings has introduced federal legislation to fight the opioid epidemic nationwide.


Baltimore Mayor Announces ‘Don’t Block The Box’ Traffic Safety Program

A new traffic law kicks in next month that may change driving habits in Baltimore.


Baltimore Co. Passes Law To Create Safer Conditions For Outdoor Pets During Extreme Weather

The Baltimore County Council has passed Oscar’s law – legislation requiring animals be brought indoors during extreme temperatures.


Baltimore Councilman Proposes $15M Racial Equity Fund

A Baltimore city councilman introduced legislation that would require each city agency to assess its policies and establish an annual fund, a two-pronged approach to eliminating “structural and institutional racism.”


Poll: Hogan Has Second Highest Approval Rating Among Governors Nationwide

A new national poll shows Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan as the second most popular governor in the country.


A Look At The Race For Baltimore City State’s Attorney

The incumbent for the Baltimore City State’s Attorney is being challenged by two Democrats.


Hogan Signs Bills On Health Care, School Safety

Gov. Larry Hogan has signed legislation to stabilize health insurance rates in the Maryland Health Care Exchange’s troubled individual market.


Grand Opening Held For Apartments Developed By ‘The Wire’ Actor

A 103-unit apartment complex in Baltimore, which is backed by actor Wendell Pierce of “The Wire,” held its grand opening Friday.


Md. Lawmakers Vote To Require Insurance Companies To Cover Fertility Protection For Cancer Patients

Maryland lawmakers have voted to require insurance companies to cover fertility protection for cancer patients.


Md. Hospital Calls Attention To Organ Donations During Donate Life Month

April is Donate Life Month and there’s hardly a better place to call attention to the impact of organ donations than the University of Maryland Medical Center.


Measure To Put Research Dogs, Cats In Forever Homes Moves Forward

A bill that would have dogs and cats used in research put up for adoption is gaining traction in Annapolis.


Baltimore Demolishing Vacant Buildings In Effort To Fight Crime

Gov. Larry Hogan has taken another swipe at city blight, this time in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood of West Baltimore.



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