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.
More Stories by Pat Warren
Moms are known for holding families together—and that goes for our communities, too. Monday, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake issued a public thank you to 17 women who go above and beyond for their neighborhoods and neighbors.
Maryland heads into mosquito season and this year, it carries an even greater risk. The mosquitoes known to carry the Zika virus breed here in Maryland and state agencies are putting everyone on alert.
A new poll from Monmouth University has Chris Van Hollen leading Donna Edwards by 16 points. Van Hollen takes 52% of likely Democratic voters to Edwards’ 36%. The two are hoping to succeed retiring Senator Barbara Mikulski.
It’s the last day of early voting in Maryland, and in the Baltimore mayor’s race, voter turnout has poured new energy into the candidates and their campaigns.
Enoch Pratt Library CEO Carla Hayden clears her first Senate confirmation hearing. Dr. Hayden is President Obama’s nominee to librarian of Congress.
Towson University students get a lesson in persuasion from the state’s chief executive. Governor Hogan taught a class Tuesday, and WJZ was there.
Maryland US Senate candidates Chris Van Hollen and Donna Edwards are fuming over campaign ads that briefly included President Obama. With early voting underway, the Democrats are accusing each other of misrepresentation.
Getting out early. We are less than two weeks away from the Maryland primary election, but you can already cast your vote.
The hotly contested U.S. Senate race takes another turn. Democratic candidates Chris Van Hollen and Donna Edwards continue to seesaw in the polls.
The 2016 legislative session comes to a close, and some major changes are in the works for Maryland.
Historic drunk driving bill Noah’s Law has passed! It’s named for Police Officer Noah Leotta, who was killed by a drunk driver while on drunk driving patrol. Leotta’s parents received a standing ovation after the bill passed.
It’s a tight race between two women for the Democratic nomination to be Baltimore’s next mayor.