Pat Warren

Warren Pat 175x131 (2)Pat Warren joined the WJZ 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.

Baltimore State Senator Wants Special Commission To Investigate Corrupt Task Force

A Baltimore state senator wants to create a special commission to investigate unanswered questions surrounding the Baltimore City police Gun Trace Task Force.

03/14/2018

Md. Lawmakers Hear Arguments For, Against Putting Marijuana Legalization On Nov. Ballot

Should Maryland voters be allowed to decide whether to legalize marijuana?

03/13/2018

Md. Bill Increasing Texting While Driving Fines Advances To Senate

The Maryland House of Delegates gives the go ahead to a bill that raises fines for texting while driving to up to $500.

03/09/2018

Former Md. Governors Propose Bill To Strip Parole Power Of Governor

Legislation that would reform prisons gets the support of two former Maryland governors.

03/07/2018

Md. Lawmaker Presents Bill That Would Allow Parishioners To Be Armed In Church

A Maryland lawmaker wants to pave the way for churchgoers to carry guns to their services.

03/06/2018

New Proposal Would Raise Tobacco Sales Age to 21

Maryland students and representatives are working to pass legislation that would raise the minimum sales age of all tobacco products to 21.

03/05/2018

Latest Poll Favors Gov. Larry Hogan Once Again In Gubernatorial Election

A new Mason-Dixon poll gives Gov. Larry Hogan another high approval rating and shows his re-election match-ups against the top three democratic challengers.

03/02/2018

Children Of Popular Personalities Advocate In Annapolis For Visitation Bill

Adult children of legendary radio host Casey Kasem, actor Mickey Rooney, and singer Glen Campbell gave emotional accounts Wednesday in Annapolis of how they were prevented from visiting their dying parents.

02/28/2018

2 Found Dead Inside Their Anne Arundel County Home

Police are investigating after two adults were found dead inside their home in Odenton Sunday morning.

02/25/2018

Md. Officials On Guard For 2018 Election In Wake Of Russian Hacking

Russian interference in the 2016 election has Maryland election officials on guard for 2018.

02/23/2018

New Poll Favors Hogan In Md. Gubernatorial Election, Maintains Popularity

As Maryland Democrats team up with running mates in the campaign for governor, a new poll shows incumbent Republican Larry Hogan is holding onto his popularity.

02/20/2018

Md. Lawmakers Push Bill To Regulate Prescription Drugs Prices

Several Maryland lawmakers are proposing to rein in the cost of prescription drugs.

02/19/2018

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