Pat Warren

Warren Pat 175x131 (2)Pat Warren joined the Eyewitness 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.

More Stories by Pat Warren

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Board On Baltimore’s Election: ‘We Don’t Know What Happened’

The State Board of Elections continues to update its investigation into voter irregularities and fraud in the Baltimore City primary election.


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Election Rejection: Baltimore Mayor Wants More State Oversight

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake weighed in on the election rejection Wednesday for the first time since the state refused to accept Baltimore’s primary results last week.


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Over 25% Of Precincts Have Been Checked In Election Review

New information about the state Board of Elections’ review of the Baltimore primary results. More than a quarter of the city’s precincts have been checked for discrepancies in the voter count.



Officials Still Working On Baltimore City’s Primary Election Audit

Elections officials look for answers to discrepancies that forced the state Board of Elections to reject Baltimore City’s primary results.


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Baltimore Election Audit To Begin Monday

Elections officials will be poring through Baltimore City’s ballots to find out why they don’t add up. The State Board of Elections has refused to accept the city’s primary results until an audit is complete.


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Hogan Withholding School Funds Until Baltimore City, County Install AC

The Board of Public Works voted Wednesday to withhold some of Baltimore City and Baltimore County school construction funds unless they plan to install portable air conditioners by the start of the next school year.


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Md. Motor Vehicle Administration Unveils New Driver’s Licenses and IDs

With a new redesign, Marylanders are getting more secure driver’s licenses and identification cards, according to the Motor Vehicle Administration.


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Officer In School Assault Video Appears In Court Friday

One of the Baltimore school police officers seen slapping a student in a video posted on YouTube in March was back in court Friday.


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Gov. Larry Hogan Leads Md. Faithful On ‘National Day Of Prayer’

Marylanders joined Americans across the country on Wednesday in praying for our nation. It was the National Day of Prayer, designated by Congress in 1952.


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17 Women Honored For Contributions To Baltimore

Moms are known for holding families together—and that goes for our communities, too. Monday, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake issued a public thank you to 17 women who go above and beyond for their neighborhoods and neighbors.



Md. Governor To Outline Zika Prevention Efforts

Maryland heads into mosquito season and this year, it carries an even greater risk. The mosquitoes known to carry the Zika virus breed here in Maryland and state agencies are putting everyone on alert.


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Poll: Van Hollen Leads Donna Edwards By 16 Points; She Leads Him In Ad Spending

A new poll from Monmouth University has Chris Van Hollen leading Donna Edwards by 16 points. Van Hollen takes 52% of likely Democratic voters to Edwards’ 36%. The two are hoping to succeed retiring Senator Barbara Mikulski.




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