Linda Williams joined the FOX 10 News team in 1981.
Linda co-anchors the weekend editions of FOX 10 News broadcasts - Saturdays and Sundays from 5 pm to 6 pm and 9 pm to 10:30 pm.
Williams began her broadcast career in 1979 at the PBS station here in Phoenix. In 1981, she joined FOX 10 News. She worked her way up from tape editor to general assignment reporter to news anchor.
A native of Boston, Massachusetts, Williams moved to Phoenix in 1973. Linda graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism in 1981.
Linda enjoys watching her two children grow, tracking the stock market and traveling. Linda is involved in various contest events, from reading to classes at Valley schools and encouraging young people to seek a career in Broadcast Journalism.
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