Linda Ha
Linda Ha is the Race and Culture Journalist for ABC30 Action News. Her work can be seen on weekdays covering issues top of mind for community members with context and perspective.

Before joining the Fresno newsroom in 2021, she was a reporter for an NBC affiliate in Minnesota where she covered breaking news, health care, extreme weather, and presidential visits and campaigns.

A native of Southern California, Linda graduated from UC Irvine with a bachelor's degree in literary journalism.

Previously, she interned at CNBC Business News, PBS SoCal, NBC Palm Springs, and Voice of America in Washington, D.C.

Linda is passionate about mentoring youth and volunteering with charities and organizations. She speaks Vietnamese and is a proud member of the Asian American Journalists Association.

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Linda's Stories
2 Northwest Fresno businesses have windows smashed overnight
Two northwest Fresno business owners are assessing the damage left behind by suspects who broke into their stores overnight.
Free Thanksgiving meals served at Clovis Senior Activity Center
Dozens of volunteers spent Thanksgiving morning serving free meals at the Clovis Senior Activity Center.
Fresno health officials urging extra precautions ahead of holidays
Fresno health officials expect a surge in COVID cases after the holidays and are urging people to take extra precautions.
How you can help those at the Fresno Mission during the holiday season
At any given time, around 350 people experiencing homelessness stay in the nonprofit's emergency housing.
Fresno Unified continues distributing free meals despite Thanksgiving break
With so many struggling right now, the school district says it hopes these meals provide a layer of support.
Reaction in the Central Valley following Kyle Rittenhouse trial verdict
After 27 hours of deliberations, a jury found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all five counts. The 18-year-old was visibly shaken and in tears.
Looking at California's new COVID-19 booster policy
The CDC says only limited groups should be getting an extra shot but the state of California says anyone can get one.
ABC Equity Report: Looking at food deserts in San Joaquin Valley
When it comes to gardening, not everyone has a yard to grow fruits and vegetables.
Part of Highway 180 in Fresno County honoring officer killed in crash
Highway 180 and Temperance Avenue in Fresno County will be named the Officer Phia Vang Memorial Interchange. Phia was a Fresno police officer and worked at the southeast substation.
Man shot during online sale meet-up in central Fresno, police say
An investigation is underway after Fresno police say a man was shot during a meet-up for an online sale Monday night.