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

Car Collides With MTA Light Rail Train in Baltimore

A car and a MTA light rail train collided at Howard Street and West Preston Street Tuesday afternoon.


The ‘Fight For 15’ Continues In Maryland General Assembly

Following the footsteps of Baltimore City, there’s a move in the General Assembly to raise the minimum wage to $15 dollars an hour. This would be the second new state minimum wage law in three years.


Paid Sick Leave Bill Advances To Maryland Senate

Advocates for paid sick days get a shot in the arm, as a bill requiring employers to let workers earn paid sick leave advances to the full Senate.


Maryland Looking Forward To Longer Summer At Annapolis Tourism Day

Looking beyond the wintry weather to a long hot summer, and it will be longer this season for a reason.


Pot Smoking Gets a Huge Airing in Annapolis

Battle lines are drawn over the proposal to regulate and tax the drug as a revenue source for the state.


Gov. Hogan Announces Opioid Epidemic State Of Emergency

Gov. Larry Hogan has declared a state of emergency in response to Maryland’s continuing problems with heroin and opioid addiction.


Drug Importation Bill: Allow Americans to Import Low Cost Drugs

Political reporter Pat Warren reports, there’s a bill to allow Americans to import safe, low cost drugs from other countries.


City Council Asking State To Turn Over Control Of Baltimore PD

Baltimore City Council members are asking the state to turn over control of the Baltimore City Police Department.


Medical Alert: Eyestrain Common for Kids Staring at Screens Too Long

While it’s parents responsibility to limit their kids computer time at home, some lawmakers want to make the schools responsible as well.


Domestic Violence; Front and Center in Annapolis

Domestic violence is among the top public safety issues in Maryland.


Bill Introduced To Reinstate Death Penalty In Maryland

One of the most controversial decisions in Maryland history is being revisited.


Officer Injured After Drunken Driver Hits Police Car

Police say a Maryland officer was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after his cruiser was hit by a drunken driver.




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