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

Md. Lawmakers Vote To Protect Planned Parenthood If Feds Yank Funding

The Maryland General Assembly is making good on its promise to fund Planned Parenthood even if the federal government doesn’t.


Teen Smoking: Baltimore Co. Takes Step to Prevent Life-Threatening Habit

It’s happening in the County, in the City and across the nation, as tobacco manufacturers pitch to teenage smoking, triggering a national public health issue.


Hike On State Liquor Sales Tax MayBe Helping Prevent DUI Accidents

Maryland’s sales tax hike on alcohol pays off, according to a study released on Monday. Leaders in the 2011 decision to raise the sales tax say the state is healthier because of it.


Gov. Hogan on City School Deficit: ‘Getting Close But Not There Yet’

Getting close but not there yet. That’s how Governor Larry Hogan describes efforts between his office and the City on closing the Baltimore City Schools multi-million dollar deficit.


Gov. Hogan and Education DeVos Encounter Protest During Meeting

For the first time since the inauguration Governor Larry Hogan plays host to a Trump cabinet secretary, and it happens to be one of the most controversial.


Poll Shows Gov. Hogan’s Popularity Slipping Since Trump’s Election

A new poll gives Governor Hogan a higher approval rating than the past three governors, but questions whether he can be re-elected in 2018.


The Electric Car Industry Looks to Take a Big Step

The voice of automotive history has been silenced.


Local Breweries Concerned By New House Legislation Affecting Taproom Hours

Local brewers say they were blindsided by the House of Delegates this weekend. Lawmakers raised their limit on sales, but reduced the hours their taprooms can operate.


Fed. Budget Cuts Could Mean No Funding For Meals On Wheels

More than three thousand seniors are served meals daily in central Maryland, but the White House budget director said Thursday there’s no proof that Meals on Wheels is effective.


Md. Police Dept. Drone Helps Find $394K In Stolen Construction Equipment From Multiple States

The Cecil County Sheriff’s Office says its drone program has helped recover from a Maryland man’s properties almost $400,000 worth of construction equipment stolen from other states.


Md. Bill Seeks To Limit Antibiotic Use In Livestock As Part Of ‘Superbug’ Fight

Maryland is considering limiting the use of human antibiotics in livestock as part of the battle against “superbugs.”


Md. AG Frosh Challenging President’s Travel Ban

Maryland joins other states in a suit to stop the Trump travel ban. The revised ban is scheduled to take effect this week.




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