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
Baltimore City council is moving forward with a plan to have the health department grade restaurants in the city.
Kids in Virginia are coming down with what doctors suspect is the potentially deadly enterovirus strain that has hospitalized children in the midwest—so the obvious question is, will it move into Maryland?
It’s getting to be the time of year when thoughts turn from keeping cool to staying warm.
Frederick County residents up in arms over plans for a firing range at Sugerloaf Mountain. Opponents will continue their arguments in a meeting Tuesday night.
Friends and family celebrate the life of Cookie Harris. The wife of Maryland Congressman Andy Harris died suddenly last week.
Labor Day weekend is officially underway. Hundreds of thousands of Marylanders are hitting the road. With gas prices down and the economy up, it’s going to be one of the busiest yet.
The jury in the trial of former Virginia first couple Bob and Maureen McDonnell hear closing arguments in their corruption trial Friday.
Voters in Maryland’s first district have the power to create an all-blue Congressional delegation. Right now, Andy Harris is the state’s only Republican on Capitol Hill.
Taking a bite out of blight. A development company wants to tear down the old Seagram’s Distillery in Baltimore County and put homes on the Dundalk site.
As Marylanders make plans for the last holiday of the summer, the candidates for governor are calling attention to their campaigns.
Former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell on the stand again in his corruption trial. He and his wife are accused of taking extravagant gifts from a Virginia businessman.
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.