Lynh Bui is a reporter at The Washington Post where she covers public safety and criminal justice in Prince George’s County. Bui has covered local and national issues including the disappearance of a 8-year-old homeless girl Relisha Rudd, the Baltimore riots and police trials after the death of Freddie Gray and the mass shooting in Las Vegas. Bui started at the newspaper in 2012 as the Washington Post-American University fellow, earning her master’s degree in public affairs and journalism and working on the metro desk covering Montgomery County Public Schools. Before coming to Washington D.C., Bui was a political and public affairs reporter in Phoenix, Ariz., for seven years, covering local government for azcentral.com and The Arizona Republic. A native of Arizona who speaks Vietnamese, she has her undergraduate degree from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Arizona State University. Photo by Laura Houston Santhanam.