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.

New Proposal Would Overhaul Craft Beer Restrictions In Maryland

Local brewers are raising their glasses to a proposal that would lift restrictions on craft beer sales in Maryland.

11/20/2017

Baltimore County Public Elementary Schools Being Upgraded With New Security Equipment

The public school system is equipping all county elementary schools with security cameras and card reader door locks.

11/17/2017

Towson Circle East Project Latest Among Billion-Dollars Worth Of Baltimore Co. Development

Project Towson Circle East is the latest in a billion-dollars worth of development either underway or recently completed in Baltimore County. 

11/16/2017

Immigration A Main Topic For U.S. Conference Of Catholic Bishops Meeting In Baltimore

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops is meeting in Baltimore this week, and is taking a stand on behalf of immigrants.

11/13/2017

Pompeian Has Provided Big Business For Baltimore For More Than 100 Years

From the hills of Tuscany to Pulaski Highway, the taste of Italy has been produced in the City since 1906.

11/08/2017

CSX Transportation Pulls Out Of Howard Street Tunnel Project

Maryland’s congressional delegation wants CSX Transportation to explain why it will no longer back a train tunnel project.

11/02/2017

Baltimore Announces Campaign To Eliminate Pests Linked To Health Problems

The Baltimore City mayor announced a campaign Wednesday that is intended to eliminate pests such as rats, mice and roaches in the City.

11/01/2017

‘Mothers Of Murdered Sons’ Group Declares State Of Emergency As Baltimore Nears 300 Homicides

A state of emergency. That’s how a group of Baltimore women describe conditions in their neighborhoods.

10/31/2017

Fmr. President Bill Clinton Visits Baltimore To Speak At Opioid Summit

Former President Bill Clinton will visit Baltimore to speak at an opioid summit. 

10/30/2017

Hogan To Make Announcement On Blighted Properties

Gov. Larry Hogan is scheduled to make an announcement about an initiative aimed at reducing blight in Baltimore.

10/26/2017

Several Injured, Woman In Critical After Jumping From 3-Story Building During Fire

A woman is in critical condition and several other people are injured after jumping from the windows of a Baltimore apartment building that was on fire.

10/25/2017

Governor Hogan Signs Order To Block Boycotts Of Israel

Gov. Larry Hogan has signed an executive order banning the state from doing business with companies that support boycotts of Israel.

10/23/2017

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