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
The race for Baltimore City’s top prosecutor may not be over. The Board of Elections ruled against attorney Russell Neverdon’s petition to run as an independent—but Neverdon says he’s not giving up.
Baltimore City is ten days away from its official entry into the world of gaming.
Baltimore’s City state’s attorney race could be an attention-grabber this fall. A Democrat-turned Independent waits for the Board of Elections to determine if he has enough valid signatures to appear on the November ballot.
Republican Larry Hogan has launched another YouTube ad attacking Democrat Anthony Brown in the race for governor of Maryland. Lieutenant Governor Brown calls it silly.
Now is the time to dig in! It’s Baltimore restaurant week, starting now thru August 10.
A Maryland congressman makes a case for suing the president. Republican Andy Harris talked to WJZ about his vote in favor of taking President Obama to court.
Paying for 26th Street. The city has approved a $12 million contract to repair the block that collapsed during heavy rain in April.
It’s the heart of summer travel season and Baltimore is coming into its own. Visit Baltimore reports a record number of visitors.
Maryland faith leaders and state agencies consider the best steps toward finding homes for thousands of immigrant children who are in the US illegally. Their second meeting with the governor took place Monday.
Maryland faith and community leaders meet again next week to tackle the issue of housing in Maryland for kids from Central America.
An effort is underway to bring home some of the most dedicated heroes in the U.S. military.
Amazon.com is taking the temperature of the southeast Baltimore neighborhood that will be home to its new fulfillment center.