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.
It’s a New Year and New You!
Baltimore public housing residents say the city is not doing enough to improve their living conditions. This, as the department deals with a sex-for-repairs scandal.
It’s one of the most anticipated holiday events. The Festival of Trees is this weekend at the Maryland State Fairgrounds. It benefits the Children of Kennedy Krieger Institute.
A bittersweet goodbye. Leia the lioness is on her way to Texas, where she will join a new pride of lions. WJZ was at The Maryland Zoo as she left Thursday morning.
We’ve watched her grow up and thrive at the Maryland Zoo, but very soon we’ll have to say goodbye to Leia the lioness.
A husband and wife accused of going on a crime spree were finally caught after robbing banks in several different states, including one in Maryland.
First Lady Michelle Obama was on “The Late Show” with Stephne Colbert Monday night and she revealed what she’s most looking forward to when she leaves the White House.
The Maryland State Police helicopter crew has rescued a man that fell nearly 75 feet off Sugarloaf Mountain.
Pope Francis always talks about helping the poor, and so the archdiocese of Baltimore organized a shoe drive called “Feet for Francis.”
In a few hours, Pope Francis will hold Mass in DC and more than 25,000 people are expected to watch. Before the Mass, the Pope traveled to the White House, where he was warmly greeted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.
A local Catholic school finds a unique way to honor Pope Francis.
More than 100 women from around the country are now in Maryland headed for Washington D.C. to see Pope Francis, and they’re walking all the way.