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
Maryland voters stand by their man. Governor Hogan’s approval rating is the highest for a governor since 1998.
It’s just 21 days until the Maryland primary and the Democratic US Senate candidates are on the attack. New poll numbers find them still in a statistical dead heat.
A bill in honor of the two Harford County sheriff’s deputies killed in the line of duty this year is signed into law.
While the Democratic primary race for Senate is still a dead heat, candidates in the Republican race for Senate are hoping to capitalize on voter discontent. They have a lot to say in a recent debate that will be televised on WJZ this weekend.
More transportation projects for state roads and highways. Governor Larry Hogan has announced plans for improvements in Anne Arundel County.
The gloves are off in the Maryland Democratic Senate primary. Representatives Chris Van Hollen and Donna Edwards are vying for the seat being vacated by retiring Senator Barbara Mikulski.
A former Baltimore Raven is behind bars after being sentenced in an animal cruelty case.
To help you decide who should lead our city, WJZ is presenting a mayoral debate. The forum will take place at the University of Baltimore Tuesday and the preparations are already underway.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen and Rep. Donna Edwards battled aggressively in their first debate in Maryland’s Democratic primary for Senate.
Maryland moves closer to putting the brakes on first-time drunk drivers. Noah’s Law passed the House Tuesday.
The new Baltimore Sun-University of Baltimore poll finds that his highest approval among democrats comes from young people and African Americans.
Another face in the TV race. City Councilman Carl Stokes breaks out a campaign ad that is sure to get attention, but can it get him votes?