Linh Bui is the Morning and Noon Anchor for WJZ Eyewitness News.
The Maryland native joined WJZ in 2013. Her story on Paralympian athlete Tatyana McFadden won an Associated Press Award for Outstanding Sports Feature. She’s also received Emmy Nominations for her coverage of the fatal shooting spree at the Mall in Columbia and the Baltimore riots following the death of Freddie Gray.
Before coming to Baltimore, Linh worked at WZVN in Fort Myers, Florida, and WGXA in Macon, Georgia.
A proud Terp, Linh graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in journalism. She reported for the school’s award-winning program, Capital News Service.
She is Vietnamese-American and a member of the Asian American Journalists Association.
Linh and her husband live in the city with their baby daughter and Shiba Inu mutt.
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Imagine getting from Washington D.C. to Baltimore in just a few minutes.
Hyperloop One, a “pod” designed to transport people at the speed of sound has reached another milestone.
In the shadow of the Statue of Liberty, a Navy Seal team member fell to his death Sunday after his parachute failed to open during a Fleet Week demonstration over the Hudson River.
The U.S. Army has published the final photo of a combat photographer who captured on camera the blast that killed her.
The Humane Society of the United States says nearly 60 animals in South Carolina are set to arrive in Maryland in anticipation of Hurricane Matthew.
City leaders are speaking out days after a Baltimore Police officer was found guilty of assault in the shooting of an unarmed man.
The nation’s rail infrastructure is outdated and, in some places, literally falling apart.
A Baltimore City police officer has a new partner. After finding an abandoned dog at a vacant home, she fell in love.
Orioles’ opening day is around the corner and final preparations are underway to make sure everything is perfect.
One of the great mysteries of the sea has been solved after nearly a century.
The fight against Zika continues. A Brazilian town has taken a new approach by releasing more mosquitoes.
Two teens have been arrested, but tonight police are still searching for a third suspect.