Linh Bui is a morning and noon anchor for WJZ.
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.
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.
Artifacts are being returned to a New York museum 3 years after Superstorm Sandy slammed Ellis Island.
The National Zoo celebrated the arrival of twin panda cubs! Panda Mei Xiang gave birth Saturday. The still-unnamed pair is just the third set of panda cubs born in the US.
A new, first-of-its-kind study may change the way some cancer patients are treated. Researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York say their study is an example of how precision medicine can work.
The countdown has begun! It’s one year until the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil!
An Anne Arundel County police officer was injured Wednesday morning in a multi-car crash.
A Maryland native currently assigned to Fort Bragg puts a North Carolina mall on lockdown.
The embattled leader of the NAACP in Spokane has stepped down amid uproar about her race and that she falsely portrayed herself as black for years.
It has been six months since a deadly plane crash right in the middle of a Montgomery County neighborhood. Some homeowners impacted by the crash in are still out of their homes.
The federal government is looking into how hackers may have broken into the U.S. government’s networks, risking the personal information of the entire federal workforce.
A horrific arson and murder in one of DC’s most affluent and close-knit neighborhoods. Now police are asking for the public’s help finding the person responsible.