Linda Yee has been a general assignment reporter for KPIX 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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A Marin County family is being sued by their homeowners’ association over the chickens living in their backyard. Meanwhile the 9-year-old girl who owns them is not giving them up without a fight.
Amid the worst California drought on record, a Central Valley water bank that could bail out struggling farmers is instead off limits to most everyone.
California is in a drought so serious, Gov. Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency. Yet a handful of the state’s biggest agribusinesses may not be feeling the pinch as much.
Google Glass launched the first eyeglass computer. But soon a Mountain View startup will begin selling a 3D version with technology so sophisticated it could help crime fighters stop crime before it happens.
Frank Quan walks the long pier to his fishing boat most days at China Camp in Marin County. He has been doing this for more than 80 years. Quan is the last resident of this historic fishing village.
Every year, it is estimated that 200 people are convicted of shaking babies to death. Doctors have said violent shaking causes babies’ brains to swell and bleed, but now that science looks shaky. KPIX 5 talks to a Bay Area father who was wrongly accused.
Sunday night, at the Grammy Awards, the Academy paid tribute to legendary rock ‘n’ roll photographer Jim Marshall, who captured the Beatles final tour performance at Candlestick Park.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has suspended operations at a Foster Farms poultry plant in the Central Valley, after a cockroach infestation was discovered.
A sportfish has become a target in the war over water rights in the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta. The debate over the striped bass is coming to light amid a controversial state proposal to build two twin tunnels under the Delta.
The decades-long war for water rights between the Delta and the Central Valley farms further south is coming to a head.