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.

Authorities Still Seeking Leads In Death Of PG Co. Teen Found In North Carolina

It has been a month since a Prince George’s County teenager went missing. Her body was found nearly 400 miles from where she was last seen.


Report: Baltimore City Council President Says Officers ‘Raping The City’ By Not Living In Baltimore

Baltimore City Council President Jack Young reportedly said that Baltimore Police Department officers are “raping the city” by not living in Baltimore.


Md. Leaders Looking To Develop Maglev Partnership, Bring Amazon HQ2 To A ‘Transit Friendly’ Baltimore

The city and state are put the finishing touches on the pitch to get Amazon to build its new headquarters in Baltimore. Northeast Maglev says high-speed rail may be the added incentive it needs. 


Questions Remain In Prince George’s Co. Woman’s Death As Funeral Is Held

Family and friends gathered Friday for the funeral of a Prince George’s County teenager who went missing last month.


Maya Rockeymoore Cummings Joins Race For Maryland Governor

Maya Rockeymoore Cummings is jumping into the race for governor. 


Baltimore Mayor Develops ‘Workgroup’ To Combat Homelessness

Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh has developed a “workgroup” to help house thousands of homeless people in the area.


The Trump Administration Moves To Repeal Obama’s Clean Power Plan

The head of the Environmental Protection Agency signed a proposal to eliminate rules on cutting carbon dioxide emissions at power plants.


CASA Of Maryland Joins Lawsuit Against Termination Of DACA

CASA of Maryland has joined a lawsuit against the termination of DACA.


Poll: Hogan May Have Stiff Competition In 2018 Gubernatorial Election

Incumbent Larry Hogan wants to be only the second two-term Republican governor in Maryland history, but a new poll shows he may have a fight on his hands.


Naval Academy To Host 2018 Congressional Medal Of Honor Convention

The U.S. Naval Academy will host the 2018 Congressional Medal of Honor Convention for the first time ever.


2 Baltimore Co. Law Firms File 1st Maryland-Only Lawsuit Against Equifax

Two Baltimore County law firms file the first Maryland-only class-action lawsuit against Equifax.


Poll: Many Md. Voters Don’t Know Much About 7 Dems In Gov. Race

A new Goucher poll shows that most Marylanders don’t know enough about any of the seven party contenders to make a choice.




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