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 cindy.j.bae@abc.com with your story ideas, restaurant suggestions, or to dote on our pets!

Cindy's Stories
'She was real nice': Neighbors remember Raleigh woman who died after being shot
Cynthia Surles died at a hospital after she was found with multiple gunshot wounds inside her Raleigh apartment.
1 dead, several injured after shooting in Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill Police are investigating after one person was killed and several others injured in a shooting Tuesday evening at the University Gardens Condominiums.
Half of schools feel understaffed, national survey shows
New federal data shows schools are facing a desperate shortage of teachers and staff. Locally, the story rings true.
Farm Aid brings music, agriculture relief efforts to Raleigh
The fundraising concert featuring Willie Nelson and friends not only supports family farmers but is meant to provide resources, especially to small-scale farmers.
2 charged in Person County home invasion that left 80-year-old woman dead
Two people, including a juvenile, have been charged with murder in connection to a Person County home invasion where an 80-year-old woman was found dead.
New U.S. home construction rises amid drop in applications to build
The good news for renters, however, is that multifamily starts increased to the highest level seen in years as builders focus on the rental market.
'A great opportunity': More people are working from home as some industries struggle to hire
Healthcare, first responders and construction workers are among many occupations where remote work isn't an option. But according to federal data, more people are working from home nationwide.
Residents stunned after body found in trunk of car at Durham apartment complex
There was a heavy police presence at the Falls Pointe Apartments in Durham as police conduct a homicide investigation after a man was found dead in the trunk of a vehicle.
Supply chain concerns grow amid possible railroad strike
Amtrak announced on Monday they will preemptively cancel some long distance trips, mostly in the Amtrak-owned Northeast
'A senseless murder': Family of Roxboro man beaten, killed speaks with ABC11
Girlfriend of man beaten and killed in Roxboro Wednesday vows to find out who's responsible for killing her boyfriend