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. She was there for three years and covered major stories like the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and its impacts on tourism. 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.
Linh 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!
Wrongful death. The family of a man who died in the custody of a Baltimore police officers is suing the department.
It’s a problem at college campuses across the country: alcohol abuse. But Maryland colleges are now coming together to fight excessive drinking.
Grammy award-winning R&B singer Chris Brown sits in jail–in trouble with the law once again. Brown is charged with felony assault. He’s accused of attacking a man early Sunday morning in Washington, D.C.
Pushing for change. In the United States, one person dies every 19 minutes from a prescription drug overdose. So the government wants to crack down on popular painkillers.
The massive manhunt for the suspect who shot a Howard County police officer Wednesday afternoon ended Thursday morning with that suspect’s arrest.
A big boost for Baltimore. Amazon announces it will build a new warehouse in Charm City, bringing more than 1,000 jobs to the area.
A popular restaurant owner, well known in the community, passed away.
The union strikes a deal to get the massive Port of Baltimore back up and running–for now.
Thousands of federal employees return to work, and national parks are reopening across the country. Late Wednesday night, lawmakers ended the shutdown after 16 days with a last minute compromise.
A local scientist may have found a way to fight cancer and save lives. And even more remarkable? He’s still in high school!
Erika Brannock was back at a marathon Saturday, holding up the tape for the winners of the 13th annual Baltimore Running Festival.
Runners, take your mark. The Baltimore Running Festival is hours away, bringing tens of thousands of people to the city. After the attacks in Boston earlier this year, extra security is tight.