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
Seven members have been appointed to a special commission to review all of Baltimore’s Confederate statues and historical assets.
A CBS/New York Times poll puts Maryland’s Ben Carson within striking distance of Republican frontrunner Donald Trump and shows former governor Martin O’Malley barely registering.
Out for blood. Governor Hogan makes way at the State House for the Red Cross bloodmobile.
The Rev. Jamal Bryant, who gave the eulogy at Freddie Gray’s funeral and has been active in the city’s movement against police brutality, is running for a congressional seat in Maryland’s 7th district.
The rabbi who was sentenced to six and a half years in May for secretly videotaping naked women issues a public apology, calling his behavior “heinous” and “perverse”.
Fourteen people arrested with illegal guns will now face federal charges.
Two heavy-hitters throw their hat into the ring to become Baltimore’s new mayor. Baltimore State Senator Catherine Pugh entered the race for mayor. The state senate majority leader says her decision is based on a vision for a better Baltimore.
A high-profile addition to the race for Baltimore’s next mayor.
Members of Maryland’s congressional delegations are taking some heat this week. Groups for and against the Iran nuclear agreement are urging lawmakers to vote their side.
A holiday weekend tragedy in Ocean City. Police are investigating the apparent drowning of a seven-year-old girl.
Maryland Senator Ben Cardin says he will vote “no” on the Iran nuclear agreement–a decision he calls a “vote of conscience.”
More taxpayers have been leaving Maryland than moving here. The question is–why?