Cindy Bae - Reporter at ABC11 WTVD
Cindy Bae is a Florida Gator excited to call North Carolina her home.

She joined ABC11 in May 2022 as a reporter after she spent two years working as a reporter/weekend anchor at WITN, the NBC affiliate in Greenville.

Before moving to North Carolina, Cindy worked in newsrooms in Florida, Washington, D.C. and Louisiana, where she covered back-to-back Hurricanes Laura and Delta in 2020 at KPLC in Lake Charles.

Her work was also included in the South Florida Sun Sentinel's winning Pulitzer entry covering the Parkland shooting before she went into broadcast journalism and pursued her master's degree at American University.

When she's not working, Cindy loves to be a cat mom to Witney, who was found outside the WITN station watching the 11 p.m. news from start to finish.

She also loves spending time with her husband and exploring the Triangle together, if there's food involved.

Feel free to reach out to Cindy at with your story ideas, restaurant suggestions, or to dote on our pets!

Cindy's Stories
'A dangerous job:' Caswell deputy fifth NC deputy shot in line of duty in less than a month
Caswell County Sheriff's Deputy Aaron Tyndall was shot in the line of duty on Wednesday, making him the fifth deputy to be shot in the line of duty in North Carolina in less than a month.
Hundreds gather for funeral of Sgt. Matthew Fishman who was killed in the line of duty
Final farewells for a Wayne County deputy who was killed in the line of duty last Monday will take place today.
Travelers at RDU and across the US hit with widespread cancellations, delays this summer
Airline passengers faced more delays and cancellations on Saturday as more than 1,600 flights were canceled due to bad weather on Friday.
City of Raleigh provides resources for new homebuyers at affordable housing Open House
Thousands of people turned out to the Affordable Housing Open House event in Raleigh Saturday morning before the doors opened.
'Folks are coming back to the market': Durham responds to strong jobs report
"The Triangle area is an area where you're seeing a lot of job creation, a lot of people moving into the area."
'It doesn't make sense': Brasa Brazilian Steakhouse closed for good against owner's wishes
"How could you not renew a successful restaurant?" The owner said the restaurant just came off its best year ever and was on pace to do even better this year.
'In our hearts': Memorial grows days after killing of Wayne County Sgt. Matthew Fishman
Two days after he was gunned down while on duty, people continued to visit a memorial dedicated to Sgt. Matthew Fishman.
Father of killed Wayne County deputy calls last 24 hours 'the worse I have ever experienced'
Sgt. Matthew Fishman died at a Greenville hospital after being in critical condition Monday evening. Gov. Cooper announced his death on Tuesday morning.
'Maybe he fell': Questions remain on how NC co-pilot exited mid-flight
A plane carrying two people on board made an emergency landing Friday in Raleigh after trying to land near Raeford.
Duke Health 'redouble' security efforts to protect healthcare workers
Duke Health is continuing their efforts to protect staff after a patient is accused of physically assaulting an employee at Duke Raleigh Hospital on Thursday.