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
'She went berzerk on me': Subway mask request turns violent, woman attacked
A woman speaks exclusively with Eyewitness News about a harrowing attack on a subway train last week.
Coronavirus News: Local heroes on Long Island honored for volunteer work during pandemic
Several local heroes on Long Island were honored for their volunteer work during the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
Protesters claim de Blasio's treatment of homeless is 'downright cruel'
They marched from the Upper West Side to Gracie Mansion on Sunday afternoon with dozens of angry protesters who claim Mayor de Blasio's treatment of those experiencing homelessness is downright cruel.
Brooklyn restaurant owner says it was 'miracle' he survived armed robbery
Some would say Sammy Hamden is brave to try and open a restaurant in the middle of a pandemic, but his true bravery came out Monday night when an armed robber took a shot at him in close range.
Talent on full display for virtual West Indian American Day Parade
On Monday, the 53rd Annual West Indian American Day Carnival parade took place, but instead of filling Eastern Parkway with the colors, sounds, and tastes of the islands, the show went on virtually on Zoom.
Victim says he was attacked for wearing mask on subway
A 68-year-old security guard is recovering after being slashed in the face while riding the subway. He says it was all because of his mask - which he says the attacker refused to wear.
Reopen NYC: Schools reopening plan 'unsafe,' teachers and students say
The group says they simply don't feel safe going back to the classroom amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Coronavirus News: Hundreds protest over closure of NY Catholic school
Several hundreds of people gathered in Yonkers Tuesday night to support their beloved school, St. Paul the Apostle.
Family thanks pair of Newark officers who found missing boy with autism
Two Newark police officers received a lot of emotional gratitude on Monday night after locating an 11-year-old who went missing.
Sewage water homes in Brooklyn neighborhood
Sidewalks on East 89th Street are dry for now, but for about two dozen homeowners in Canarsie, sewage water flooded homes on Friday night.