Linda Yee has been a general assignment reporter for CBS 5 Eyewitness News since 2005. She also does political coverage, investigative and feature stories.
Previously she was a reporter and producer at KRON-TV and a producer and newswriter at KGO-TV.
Yee has been awarded six Emmys for news, including a National Emmy for coverage of the Oscar Grant protests and riots in Oakland in 2009.
Other recognition include: Radio and Television News Director awards, UPI award, AP award, World Affairs Council International Journalism Award, Columbia University Journalism Award, Asian American Journalists Association National Award.
Yee is a Silver Circle member of the National Association of Television Arts & Sciences.
She attended San Francisco State University and graduated with a degree in Journalism.
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Rock diva Grace Slick spoke with KPIX 5 reporter Linda Yee about the early years of the Jefferson Airplane and the Summer of Love in San Francisco.
A Disney character known for being a headstrong heroine appears a bit different now, and the Bay Area filmmaker behind the movie “Brave” says Disney should be ashamed.
Super Bowl ads have become as popular as the game itself. While kickoff is still days away, some companies are offering a sneak peek to generate buzz.
“CSI: NY,” actor Gary Sinise devotes his time working with veterans’ groups and plays in a band raising money to build homes for amputees. Linda Yee reports…
A souped-up rally car burned some serious rubber on the streets of San Francisco, for a viral video posted on YouTube Monday.
The City by the Bay has rolled out the red carpet for some unlikely VIP’s. A Kansas couple, who built a large replica of the Golden Gate Bridge, is visiting San Francisco for the first time.
Two years ago, a CBS 5 investigation raised questions about their school and fundraising practices. Now, a joint investigation with California Watch raises new questions about how the school is getting tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars.