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
Mom of Durham teen who died after being shot shares anguish: 'Justice for my son'
17-year-old Ricardo Meza-Ramirez died Sunday morning from a gunshot wound.
Veterinarians warn of mysterious dog illness hitting pets; What you should know about it
Researchers say symptoms closely resemble those seen in kennel cough such as sneezing, coughing, nasal and ocular discharge.
Tar Heels, Wolfpack celebrate women's national championships
At 23, UNC field hockey coach Erin Matson became the youngest NCAA head coach to win a national championship. Meanwhile, NC State's women wrapped up a third consecutive cross-country national title.
North Carolina couple with Down syndrome warms hearts in viral proposal video
A North Carolina couple went viral after a video of their proposal was shared on social media.
Boomtown: Triangle's affinity for disc golf grows, as more towns build highly regarded courses
Fall is not the only thing in the air in November. Disc golf frisbees can be seen flying high in towns like Morrisville and Cary.
Former Johnson C. Smith University student killed in Raleigh shooting at apartment complex
"Any time we lose a member of our campus community, it's always disheartening."
Procession down Interstate 40 honors Raleigh Fire Department Captain who died from throat cancer
Firetrucks and other emergency vehicles made their way down I-40 on Monday.
Opponents 'heartbroken' as Durham City Council moves ahead with Perry Farm proposal
The Durham City Council approved the Perry Farm project that will add 665 new residential units to the city despite concerns about environmental damage.
Wake County Schools updated policy on book challenges awaits final Board approval
WCPSS board to discuss the district's policy revolving around how parents can challenge books and instructional materials.
Durham City Council to discuss fate of old DPD HQ building
Six development teams are interested in transforming the building located on W. Chapel Hill St.