Lauren Glassberg  | ABC7 WABC News Team
Lauren is an Emmy-award winning journalist who has been a member of the Eyewitness News Team since 2000.

Before coming to WABC TV, she anchored and reported at stations in Akron, Little Rock and Minneapolis.

She actually got her start in journalism as a teenager, reporting for the Main Street Wire, the newspaper on Roosevelt Island, NY.

It was always her dream to cover her hometown of New York City. She is primarily WABC TV's feature and lifestyle reporter.

You can watch her restaurant features, called Neighborhood Eats, most Fridays during Eyewitness News at 5 p.m.

She is also a frequent substitute anchor.

Lauren is a graduate of Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism. She lives in Manhattan.

Lauren's Stories
Anti-prom set to be held at NY Public Library welcomes all teens
The New York Public Library holds an anti-prom in the Bronx, Staten Island, and Manhattan, to give young people an alternative to the traditional end-of-year dance.
New York officials testing neighborhoods near the Gowanus Canal for potentially toxic air, soil
New health concerns that affect residents along the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn are being investigated.
Manhattan veterinarian tells all in new memoir after 3 decades of house calls for pets
Some of Dr. Amy Atta's clients in her 30 years providing house calls for pets included the late Joan Rivers, Cher and Billy Joel.
Equal Pride hosts bash to celebrate Pride Month, magazine covers featuring Broadway stars
The "cover party," put on by Equal Pride, the publisher of 'Out' and 'The Advocate' magazines, is a celebration of the new covers and the Broadway stars that are featured on them.
Video released of 5 female hostages being abducted by Hamas on Oct. 7
Family members of the hostages, all 18 or 19 years old, wanted the video shown to the public as part of a pressure campaign on the Israeli government to bring the hostages home.
Columbine: 25 years later, steps taken in hospitals to provide gun awareness for children
Twenty-five years after the mass shooting at Columbine High School, Eyewitness News is looking back and examining how one local hospital is providing awareness to stem the increase of child injuries from guns.
Mother shocked by $50 fine after 4-year-old son has bathroom emergency in Battery Park
Michiko Sasaki was fined $50 after her son had a bathroom emergency that he couldn't hold any longer while outside in Battery Park.
Hillary Clinton offers support to New York City families in call for improved child care services
Hillary Clinton attended the IGP Women's Initiative, where she called for improved child care services in New York City.
How New York is preparing for the total solar eclipse bonanza in April
Excitement and anticipation are building for the coming total eclipse, and for the state of New York, that means total preparation.
Books with themes of diversity found in trash outside Staten Island elementary school
The books covering topics like Black history, LGBTQ themes and more were found with critical notes attached to them.