Kimberly Eiten joined WJZ in March 2017.
She comes to the Baltimore from sunny Orlando, Florida, where she worked as a reporter for WFTV.
During her time there, Kimberly covered the murder of The Voice star Christina Grimmie, the mass shooting at the Pulse Nightclub, and a deadly alligator attack on a toddler at Disney World.
She’s also worked as a reporter at KPTV in Portland, Oregon, and reporter and anchor at KOLN/KGIN in Lincoln, Nebraska.
In her spare time, she likes to try new recipes, cheer on the Cornhuskers and explore Maryland with her dog, Peter Jennings.
The archbishop of Baltimore is promising action Wednesday, one day after a grand jury investigation in Pennsylvania uncovered hundreds of priests linked to sex abuse cases.
Under sunny skies, sidewalks are still littered and cars are trapped 24 hours after storms swept over the state.
Four Baltimore teens have been indicted on charges that they took part in a “violent, organized” carjacking ring in Baltimore City and Baltimore County.
Maryland’s top office is cracking down on sex traffickers who make their money along the I-95 corridor.
One man found out you don’t just have to follow traffic laws to pass a driver’s test — you have to follow criminal laws as well.
A man didn’t get his shot to take his driver’s test Monday afternoon after he was arrested for having a gun, cash and drugs inside his mother’s car.
Police identify the suspect, 26, and victim, 58, in a deadly car crash. The suspect was allegedly fleeing police in a stolen vehicle.
Police have identified the man accused of fleeing the scene after hitting a 3-year-old girl with his vehicle in Middle River Sunday night.
A new lawsuit alleges members of the disgraced and now dismantled Baltimore PD Gun Trace Task Force were responsible for the death of a Baltimore man.
A Catonsville woman is in surgery at Shock Trauma after being bitten and shot when she confronted a burglary suspect.
Baltimore County Police are on the scene of a shooting in Catonsville Wednesday night.
A Southwest Airlines flight with 135 people aboard had to make an emergency landing at Baltimore’s international airport.
A man found guilty in the June 2017 murders of two Montgomery County high school students was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday afternoon.
Maryland police have released the name of the officer who shot and wounded a man brandishing a comb initially reported to be a weapon.
Nearly two dozen cresting gates have been opened on the Conowingo Dam, and officials said more will be opened Thursday night to help relieve pressure from the swollen Susquehanna River.
Rescuers have had to pull more than a dozen people out of the water in Anne Arundel County where there have been washed out roads and overflowing rivers.
The sky above southwest Baltimore was speckled with purple balloons Friday night as community members gathered to mourn 7-year-old Taylor Hayes.
A college football player’s family plans to go to court to get answers on what led to the teenager’s death.
A small explosion Thursday in a vehicle shop at an Army depot injured four workers, three of them seriously, officials said.
In April, city leaders asked the city’s Department of Transportation to sync the traffic signals. The goal was to keep drivers with one foot on the gas pedal, especially during rush hours, when cars can only creep through downtown. But, it hasn’t happened.
Former Senator Nathaniel Oaks, 71, has been sentenced 3-and-a-half years in prison with a $30,000 fine.
Nearly three weeks after 87,000 Baltimore County voters went to the polls and picked their candidate for county executive, it’s official.
Former University of Maryland basketball player Damonte Dodd appeared in court Thursday morning.
Kneeling during the national anthem in schools was a topic discussed at the Baltimore County School Board meeting Tuesday night.
A memorial for Capital Gazette shooting victim John McNamara will be held Tuesday.
The Democratic challenger for the top office in Baltimore County may not be decided yet despite an announcement Friday.
Less than 72 hours after deadly gunfire erupted inside the Capital Gazette, family members shared memories of the victims.
A technology glitch could make extra work for 80,000 Maryland voters this election day.
Hundreds of people gathered inside a church Saturday to say goodbye to a young murder victim who police say was left to die on a set of school bleachers in Baltimore.
In a race to recover from devastating flooding, much of Ellicott City’s Main Street opened to the public Tuesday, just three weeks after water poured down, killing one man and washing away businesses.
It’s that time of year where thousands of Marylanders will take a ride, be it at a county fair or a theme park. State inspectors say no matter which you choose, they are working to keep thrill seekers safe.
Some restaurants and shops are starting to reopen to the public after a deadly rush of water poured into Ellicott City nearly three weeks ago.
As the votes slowly start to trickle in before the polls fully open later this month, the race for Maryland governor ramps up.
A 10-year-old boy who was left bleeding in the street is now fighting for his life after his a woman says a driver ran over her son and kept going.
Cell phone video of a heated exchange between a Baltimore County officer and a young man has gone viral.
It’s a race to rebuild in Ellicott City just more than two weeks since flash flooding destroyed homes and businesses.
Gov. Larry Hogan kicked off his campaign for reelection Saturday, with less than three weeks before Marylanders go to the polls for the primaries.
A veteran and National Guardsman was laid to rest Thursday after being swept away by the floodwaters in Ellicott City while trying to save a woman.
It has been 11 days since water tore through Ellicott City, destroying homes and business – and clean-up is far from over.
First responders are continuing the attempt to recover a construction worker who is trapped in a trench in Clifton Park.
Lawyers for the one of the teens accused of killing Baltimore County officer Amy Caprio said he panicked and did not intentionally kill the officer.
Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa appeared in court Monday for nine minutes to face a federal judge for the charges against him for failing to file his taxes for three years.
Less than one year ago, he committed four cold-blooded killings. Now, a Pennsylvania man will spend his life behind bars.
Baltimore Police is modeling it’s new predictive policing technology after systems used in Chicago.
New numbers show Maryland’s horse industry is making a huge impact outside the gates of Pimlico.
‘Shocked and Saddened’: Political Leaders React To Death Of Md. Gubernatorial Candidate Kevin Kamenetz
Officials across Maryland reacted to the news of Baltimore County executive and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Kevin Kamenetz’s death.
In the streets of Charm City and across America, the opioid epidemic has a grip like never before.
The doors are closed, and hospital staff and families in Baltimore County are looking for answers. They say the pediatric unit at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center shut down suddenly.
A man wrongfully convicted of killing a woman in her southeast Baltimore home is set to receive a multi-million dollar settlement.
The best friend of “Serial” podcast murder victim Hae Min Lee says Adnan Syed’s alibi witness Asia McClain is “unreliable” and in it for the fame.
With a record-breaking number of people expected to fly this summer, security is on high at Baltimore Washington International Airport. Layers of protection work together, including a team of trained dogs that search the terminal for explosives.
The Johns Hopkins reconstructive surgery team has successfully performed the first total penis and scrotum transplant in the world.
Baltimore city leaders voted Monday night to sync traffic lights within the the next few weeks.
Police are searching for four teenage girls who attacked and carjacked a pregnant teacher outside a Baltimore County school Friday afternoon.
Students abandoned their desks Thursday morning, and walked out of Dunbar High School to protest the treatment of a few of their teachers.
As opioid-related deaths skyrocket across the country, local police and public health officials are fighting the epidemic from their cellphones.
Police announced nearly a dozen arrests for hundreds of combined crimes. Police say they were searching for a killer, and in the process, took down an entire drug ring.
Baltimore City leaders appeared in court Friday to explain what policies and practices have changed in the past year, and what still needs to be fixed.
It’s a race against the clock with the kick off of Light City 2018 just days away.
Eight teenagers have been charged in connection with a disturbance at a juvenile detention facility in western Maryland in which eight staffers were assaulted by inmates.
Charges are pending after a disturbance at a juvenile detention facility in western Maryland in which at least three staffers were assaulted by inmates, authorities said Sunday.
Backpage.com, the most popular website to buy and sell sex, has been shut down as the federal government crackdowns on internet sex trafficking.
Maryland health officials are investigating the state’s first case of bleeding caused by synthetic cannabinoids, also known as spice, K2, or fake weed.
Maryland lawmakers are in a time crunch to pass a proposed measure to put an armed officer in every public school in the state as the end of the legislative session looms.
Halfway through Michael Johnson’s third murder trial, his attorneys are trying to force a final ruling.
Police say they’ve saved seven dogs from a deadly and illegal dog kennel in Anne Arundel County, but one dog had to be put down.
Attorneys revealed that the disgraced leader of the Baltimore Police Department Gun Trace Task Force and Detective Sean Suiter both had a hand in investigating this case.
The father of a murdered teenager testified Monday in the third trial for the man accused of killing his daughter.
Prosecutors spent Friday attempting to recreate an accused killer’s movements using cell phone towers to build their case against Michael Johnson.
The owner of a dog that died in Baltimore County after allegedly being left out in the cold has been charged with animal abuse, our media partner The Baltimore Sun reports.
Thursday, a forensic pathologist and the medical examiner who both examined Phylicia Barnes’ body, testified.
Michael Johnson has not taken the stand, but Wednesday, Phylicia Barnes’ accused killer’s recorded interviews with police played in court.
A neighbor of Michael Johnson, suspect in Phylicia Barnes’ death, says he saw Johnson struggling with a large tub the day Barnes went missing.
Baltimore’s mayor touted dropping violence rates during her second “State of the City” address on Monday.
New gun restrictions in Florida raise questions of a possible domino effect with other states, including Maryland, following suit.
Eight-year-old testimony resurfaced Thursday during day four of the third trial for the murder of Phylicia Barnes.
Wednesday was the third day for the trial involving Michael Johnson, who has been accused for the third time for the murder of Phylicia Barnes.
Tuesday was day two of an accused killer’s third trial on the same murder charge.
The third trial for the man accused of killing a North Carolina teen who was visiting Baltimore in December 2010 is set to begin Monday.
Three months after someone opened fire inside a New Year’s Eve party, family and friends said goodbye to a college athlete injured in the shooting.
You know Light City is coming to light up the night, but it’s also going underwater.
Maryland students plan to join a nationwide school walkout to protest gun violence, inspired by survivors of the deadly Florida school shooting.
A 21-year-old Baltimore man is behind bars after police say he threatened to shoot University of Maryland Police Department officers.
Baltimore is less than halfway through a full shutdown of the subway system, and students say it’s taking a serious toll on their education.
Clearing violent criminals from the streets of Baltimore. Governor Larry Hogan and Baltimore City leaders say they’ve done it by the hundreds.
BGE has restored gas to dozens of customers in Laurel, but hundreds are still without gas service, and have been for several days.
One week into a full shutdown of Baltimore’s subway system, transit authorities say repairs are on track as about 17,000 daily customers remain confused and frustrated.
The Carroll County Public School system is moving forward with banning the Confederate flag and swastikas as part of its dress code.
Anne Arundel County’s first medical marijuana dispensary is stocked and open for business.
Flashing orange message boards warned of an inconvenient commute as Baltimore’s 17,000 subway riders bused their way around a busted system.
Baltimore’s new top cop says he’s introducing random integrity tests, polygraph tests and a unit tasked with preventing OT abuse.
Stores and restaurants in Federal Hill say it’s time to call in more muscle.
Road crews across Maryland are out in full force as the state braces for another round of winter weather.
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Baltimore’s acting police commissioner told lawmakers more officers and fewer illegal guns are what he’d like to see on city streets to put an end to the record-breaking violence.
An Eastern Shore mother is locked up after authorities say she and her girlfriend tased, starved beat her kids.
Fighting a losing battle on the streets of Baltimore, city attorneys are now going to try and tackle the opioid crisis in court.
The Baltimore Police Department’s “Foxtrot” plays a vital role in the fight against crime across the city.
Baltimore City Police have released body cam footage of the moments leading up to the fatal shooting of an armed suspect in northwest Baltimore.
Police reopened a stretch of Guilford Street Friday after shutting it down for nearly three hours to clear out the homeless people who have been camped out under I-83.