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
The ex-wife of the DC sniper is asking the General Assembly to pass a bill expanding protections for victims of domestic violence.
Another good grade for Governor Larry Hogan from Maryland voters. A new poll shows 70% of Marylanders think he’s doing a good job but he’s not getting his way with the Democrat-led General Assembly.
Mental health advocates are calling on the state to budget more money so people who need treatment are able to get it.
What started as optimism ends in defeat for supporters of a bill giving terminally ill patients the option to end their lives.
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After stunning Baltimore by announcing she will not seek re-election, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake touts what she says are a number of positive accomplishments for the city during her final State of the City address.
Public safety versus personal protection in Annapolis again this year. A Baltimore City delegate wants to add another level of protection on who can buy a gun in Maryland.
Education advocates for city school funding say the money just doesn’t add up.
A new poll says 63 percent of Maryland residents approve of the way Gov. Larry Hogan is handling his job, up from 58 percent in October.
A celebration of pride at City Hall today takes generations of city residents back to school.