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
Adams, Sliwa react to brazen shootout that injured 10 in Queens
After a violent night in New York City, including 10 people shot during a shooting in Queens, candidates for New York City mayor are calling for action.
Over 70 people rescued after powerful storms bring flooding to Newark streets
A storm of biblical proportions submerged much of Newark over the weekend, leaving the city searching for answers on how to stop the flooding.
Sketch released of suspect wanted in Prospect Park attempted rape incidents
Both disturbing attacks happened last Saturday, in the middle of the afternoon when it was bright out and Prospect Park was filled with families.
Illegal fireworks may have caused massive Brooklyn apartment fire
What was once a cheerful, Coney Island apartment, full of family memories and a glorious ocean view, is now full of ashes.
Foo Fighters hold first 100 percent capacity concert at Madison Square Garden
Foo Fighters made COVID headlines on Sunday night, ringing in the first concert at Madison Square Garden at 100 percent capacity in 460 days.
Teen convicted of dragging NYPD officer arrested again in Brooklyn
A teenager previously convicted of dragging an NYPD officer in Brooklyn has been arrested again after allegedly stealing a car and leading police on a chase.
NYPD hosts free self-defense class to help support Asian community
The NYPD is supporting the Asian community, by teaching people how to protect themselves.
Father, son brutally attacked after fender bender in Queens
What began as a minor car accident quickly escalated to the violent assault of a father and son in Queens.
91-year-old grandmother in Manhattan hospice scammed out of $9K
As Billie Thorpe's family tried to surround her with comfort and love, some heartless con artists robbed the dying woman of $9,000 on Monday.
Many Americans skipping second COVID shot, CDC reports
The CDC is reporting troubling statistics when it comes to second doses of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccine.