Priscilla Luong is an Emmy-nominated journalist who joined Fox-25 in April 2011. You can catch her each night on the Primetime News at Nine and Fox-25 Late Edition.
Since moving to Oklahoma City, Priscilla's stories have led to policy change at the Capitol and public agencies. She has also made national appearances on CNN and FOX News. Some of Priscilla's stories even cross language barriers, since she speaks Vietnamese and some Spanish.
Before she joined the Fox-25 team, Priscilla was the Weekend Anchor at KTAB in Abilene, TX.
During her time in Texas, Priscilla earned an Emmy-nomination for a special report on "The Fall of Saigon: 35 Years Later," a story that took her from Texas to her family's roots in Vietnam and a refugee camp near Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She also made several live national appearances on HLN covering a high profile missing person case.
A Northern CA native, Priscilla was an intern and freelance production assistant at KTVU Channel 2 News in college, but her first newsroom experience took her overseas to the British Broadcasting Corporation.
Outside of work, Priscilla is a world traveler, foodie, classically trained dancer, and avid "iPhonetographer." She is an active member of the Asian American Journalists Association, and previously served as an officer for AAJA Texas. Drop her a line at email@example.com.