Lucy Yang  | ABC7 WABC News Team
Lucy Yang has been a general assignment reporter with Eyewitness News since 1993.

She has covered such stories as the subway firebombing, the scandal surrounding Princess Diana in London and the Central Park murder.

Prior to joining ABC7, Lucy spent four years as a reporter with WPVI-TV's Action News in Philadelphia. Before that she reported for WGLI-TV, The Long Island Report, and wrote and produced for the ten o'clock news on WNEW-TV in New York.

Lucy is a graduate of Princeton University with a B.A. in sociology.

Lucy's Stories
Manhattan art exhibit holds fundraiser after Hurricane Fiona batters Puerto Rico
The sounds of Puerto Rico rang out on the Lower East Side Tuesday night as haunting images echoed the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria five years ago.
4 people shot, 1 fatally outside market in Queens
The shooting happened around 1:30 p.m. on 41st Ave near Warren outside a corner market in Elmhurst. The entire area was roped off for investigation.
New York City subway stabbing victim describes vicious encounter with knife-wielding rider
Jeffrey Nelson, 49, is now recovering from a subway ride in Brooklyn that turned dangerously violent when a rider reached for a knife and stabbed him in the back.
Newark schools prepare for 1st day of classes with mask mandate intact
It's going to be a wet start as tens of thousands of students head back to school Tuesday, including children in Newark.
22-year-old woman 'shocked' after being attacked on subway train in Manhattan
A young woman's account of being attacked on a New York City subway is going viral, and now she's speaking out exclusively to Eyewitness News about the harrowing incident.
Lightning strikes house in Nutley during severe storms across New Jersey, Tri-State
A utility crew turned off power to a charming home in Nutley, New Jersey on Monday night after a fierce bolt of lightning struck and started a fire in the attic.
Bronx apartment residents say they are being terrorized, beaten by teens who come to building
Residents of the Bronx say they are living in fear and are terrorized by a group of kids that come to their building night after night. They say it has gotten so bad that they're afraid to come out at night.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams chimes in on debate over outdoor dining
What should be done about outdoor dining in New York City? Eyewitness News reporter Lucy Yang spoke exclusively with Mayor Eric Adams ahead of an announcement on the issue that has become so divisive for New Yorkers.
Bronx town hall aims to answer questions New Yorkers' about monkeypox outbreak
In an effort to ease anxieties, health officials and community groups took questions from concerned residents about the monkeypox outbreak at a town hall in the Bronx Monday night.
New York to grant $70 million for new child care facilities
Mansie Meikle is getting her associate's degree with an eye on nursing. However, the single mother of three has no child care.