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!
Stories of survival. A gala at the Baltimore Convention Center celebrates heroes in Maryland.
Step back in time this weekend. The Pride of Baltimore II is now docked at Fells Point, and you can explore this piece of history like never before.
A Maryland man imprisoned in Cuba vows to get out. Alan Gross says he will leave the country this year whether he’s dead or alive.
In less than 24 hours, Baltimore’s star swimmer, Michael Phelps, returns to competition. It’s his first race in 18 months and it’s fueling questions about a possible Olympic comeback in 2016.
In the wake of the deadly shooting spree at the Mall in Columbia, a big question looms: how do we stop this from happening again?
Some major spring cleaning! But these Marylanders aren’t getting their homes in order, they’re working on something even bigger.
Preparations continue for the 118th Boston Marathon on Monday. Law enforcement is amping up security, while several events mark one year since the bombings.
Survivor story. A local teacher severely injured in the Boston Marathon bombings returns to the city where her life tragically changed.
Imagine going out to eat at a local restaurant and running into legendary musician Stevie Wonder. It happened in Baltimore.
A busy day in Annapolis Monday. Governor Martin O’Malley will sign off on big changes to the state’s marijuana law, even though there’s still heated opposition.
It’s been one year since an Anne Arundel County teen was killed in a hit-and-run. The case remains unsolved, but friends and family are keeping his memory alive.
It’s that time of the year–fire season. Brush fires have been popping up in Maryland.