Born and raised in Montgomery County, this Maryland native is thrilled to come home!
Before moving to Baltimore, Linh was the morning anchor for WZVN in sunny Fort Myers, Fla. Linh started her career in Macon, Ga., where she was a reporter/weekend anchor for WXGA.
She graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a degree in journalism. Go Terps! She considers the school’s award-winning program, Capital News Service, her first job.
Linh is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association.
She lives in the city with her husband and their mutt “Little Man.” They love being outdoors, discovering new restaurants and traveling. Please feel free to contact her!
He’s got the voice and Ravens Nation got to hear it live. The new Ravens National Anthem singer performed in front of tens of thousands of fans during Monday’s open practice.
Three Americans hope to make history by becoming the first trio of siblings to swim across the English Channel at the same time.
A Southwest Airlines flight from BWI made an emergency landing at Port Columbus International Airport late Tuesday night, according to our sister station WBNS.
After 40 years Don Scott will be saying his final goodbye to WJZ Friday. Linh Bui had a conversation with Don as he reflected on a wonderful television career.
Two important pieces of American history are brought together for the first time.
A new chapter for Baltimore City schools begins with a new person in charge. The school system’s CEO started Tuesday.
It’s been two years since the derecho–a powerful storm that struck Maryland, leaving behind widespread damage.
Back to the wild. Authorities capture a bear spotted in both Howard and Montgomery counties.
Summer officially starts this weekend and if you are looking for somewhere to go, paradise is a short drive away.
If you’re looking for a furry new family member, now is a great time to adopt.
Maryland saw some wild weather this week. Strong storms leave behind a mess in Montgomery County. Lightning strikes toppled trees and even ignited a few fires.
For the first time, we get a detailed account from the injured D.C. cop who took out the Navy Yard shooter nine months ago. He was shot in the chest right where an armor plate protected his heart.