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
Brooklyn dry cleaner fears financial struggle may shut down business
At the height of the pandemic, a family-owned cleaning business in Brooklyn chose to make masks for their customers. However, one year later, that same business is struggling to survive financially.
Police officers help family after baby delivered in bathroom of New Jersey home
Meet Nico - he made his grand entrance in his parents' bathroom in New Jersey.
Man in hospital with COVID despite being fully vaccinated, wife says
Laura Eugene's husband is in the hospital fighting for his life. She says they got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine back on March 6. Eugene says on April 1, her husband started to feel sick, and then tested positive for COVID.
13-year-old passionate about push for autism acceptance
A 13-year-old in New Jersey is trying to spread the word about accepting kids with autism -- especially during the pandemic.
Woman makes history as Westchester County town's 1st female, Latina mayor
One woman is breaking new ground in a small Westchester County village after being elected mayor.
12-year-old girl starts GoFundMe for NYC students who can't afford laptops
When COVID forced schools in New York City to shut down last year, one girl used her kindness to help students without computers.
New York City hospital staff mark anniversary of 1st COVID patient
The anniversary comes with hope and heartache -- hope because of the vaccination efforts underway, but heartache because it comes too late for so many.
Family wants answers after woman's bizarre death on way to work in Brooklyn
Estelle Davis worked every day of the week as a home health care attendant. She was constantly taking care of others and sharing whatever she had.
NYC movie theater owners warn reopening plan isn't enough
Loosening COVID restrictions are allowing movie theaters in New York City to reopen this week to limited capacity, but one owner say it's not enough to save his business.
Arrest made in stabbing death of good Samaritan who tried to stop robbery in Brooklyn
William Smith, 45, is facing charges of murder, robbery, and three counts of assault.