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
A new poll shows Ben Carson tied for third place in the Republican presidential primary race. The retired Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon faced a national audience Tuesday on CBS This Morning.
Red hot over the so-called Red Line. State and local leaders clash with the Transportation Department.
Drawing new lines. Governor Hogan orders a commission to look at how the state’s congressional districts are drawn.
Marylanders tuning in to the Republican race for president will see world famous former neurosurgeon Ben Carson make a stand against nine other candidates.
It may be hard to believe that public schools open in less than a month. If you have back-to-school shopping to do, get your list ready by next week. Sunday starts the state’s annual tax-free week.
As the city sees its first deadly shooting in the month of August, Baltimore’s “300 Men March” violence prevention movement is taking to the streets to spread a message of peace.
Protecting your privacy. Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger wants to jump start protection from cyber attacks by giving more power to Homeland Security.
Marylanders will put a new face in the U.S. Senate in the 2016 election year. Barbara Mikulski’s pending retirement means a race with no incumbent.
There is “another white dome in Annapolis.” While keeping his sense of humor, Governor Larry Hogan is sporting a new look following two rounds of chemotherapy.
The Baltimore Police Department has launched an internal investigation after a gun is found in a prison holding cell.
New recommendations for the handling of anthrax spores are out, following news that samples of supposedly dead bacteria shipped by a Department of Defense lab were alive.
In his continuing battle against non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Governor Hogan reaches out to Marylanders to consider cancer patients statewide.