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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