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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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is steering voters to Governor Chris Christie. The New Jersey Republican was in Annapolis Wednesday, where Hogan endorsed Christie’s 2016 presidential bid.
Baltimore’s 2016 election is suddenly getting attention, as former mayor Sheila Dixon declares herself a candidate, running against incumbent Stephanie Rawlings-Blake in the Democratic primary race for mayor.
Former Mayor Sheila Dixon announced Wednesday she will be throwing her name into the ring for Baltimore city’s mayoral election in 2016.
Governor Larry Hogan is wrapping up his first round of chemotherapy on a positive note: with a lot of positive energy coming from outside the hospital.
Firefighters are called to the scene of a building collapse in West Baltimore.
Gov. Larry Hogan announced plans to spend nearly $2 billion on roads, highways and bridges throughout the state of Maryland, a state senator who has been informed of the announcement said Thursday.
Billionaire businessman, and now presidential candidate, Donald Trump visited Maryland on Tuesday for the GOP’s Red White and Blue dinner.
Governor Hogan prepares for cancer treatment, putting Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford at the helm of Tuesday’s Board of Public Works meeting.
A shocking announcement from Maryland Governor Larry Hogan–he has stage III lymphoma, a rapidly spreading cancer.
Former Illinois Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. was released from a Baltimore halfway house. Jackson, who went to prison for misuse of campaign funds, is now on home detention.
Shoppers in the Baltimore are are taking advantage of a new service from Amazon. Now you can have items delivered to your door in an hour.
Baltimore listeners got an earful as young adults voiced dissatisfaction with the city.