Lucy Yang, Eyewitness News

Lucy Yang

Eyewitness News

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Lucy:

Asian woman speaks out after she and her son physically, verbally attacked in Queens

There was a flood of tears and relief when Eyewitness News reporter Lucy Yang told the victim that two of her attackers are now under arrest for assault as a hate crime. → Read More

Brooklyn pastor fatally struck by car after tripping on the street

On Saturday night she was leaving a nursing home on Ditmas Ave near East 21st Street after visiting her mother. Police believe she tripped in a depression in the road, then was struck by an oncoming car. → Read More

Hundreds celebrate their love by renewing vows in public in Times Square

Cupid was busy on Valentine's night as more than 100 couples took to the Crossroads of the World to renew their vows. → Read More

NJ Gov. Murphy visits Bloomfield synagogue that was target of Molotov cocktail attack

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy gathered with local faith leaders at Temple Ner Tamid in Bloomfield, where someone tried to set fire to the synagogue. → Read More

Outcry as city moves migrants from hotel to Brooklyn Cruise Terminal

Mayor Eric Adams announced a week ago plans to set up a one thousand-bed facility in Brooklyn for the migrants. This weekend, they began moving men there - but not without controversy. → Read More

Lunar New Year: What does it mean to be in the year of the Rabbit?

Asians around the world marked the turning of a new Lunar New Year with traditional fireworks, dragons - and even story time. → Read More

Lunar New Year: What does it mean to be in the year of the Rabbit?

Asians around the world marked the turning of a new Lunar New Year with traditional fireworks, dragons - and even story time. → Read More

Man slashed in face on 12th floor of apartment building in Brooklyn

The victim, who was slashed in the face, is expected to survive. Detectives believe the victim and suspect knew each other. → Read More

NTSB now investigating 'runway incursion' at JFK Airport

It happened on Friday just before 9 p.m. Two planes were on the runway and according to air traffic transmissions, one of the jets suddenly came into the path of an oncoming, accelerating aircraft that had been cleared for takeoff. → Read More

Nurses hold vigil outside NY Presbyterian to honor COVID victims amid 'tripledemic' surge

"We lost two children, two weeks ago due to RSV," said a New York Presbyterian pediatric emergency nurse. → Read More

Thanksgiving Travel: Millions returning home from holiday festivities

Airports are warning passengers to expect delays after airlines cancelled thousands of flights across the nation on Saturday. So far - that has not been the case. → Read More

Brooklyn barber offers asylum seekers free housing, haircuts

A barber in Brooklyn, who knows what it's like to start a life in a new country, is opening his heart and his home to immigrants seeking asylum in New York. → Read More

Mayor Adams unveils plan to find affordable housing for homeless in NYC

Mayor Eric Adams announced an ambitious, new menu of options for those without a roof designed to cut down on red tape, reduce requirements for vouchers and other programs, and even open up more neighborhoods for those in need. → Read More

Election Day 2022: Malliotakis, Rose face off in rematch for 11th Congressional district

Nicole Mallitokis is the only Republican in New York City's Congressional delegation, and she is facing off against former Congressman Max Rose once again in Tuesday's midterm elections. → Read More

Memorial services held to honor those who died in Superstorm Sandy

Families paused to honor those who died, embrace those who suffered and recognize how one powerful storm can wipe out so much. → Read More

14-year-old freshman shot in front of high school on Staten Island

Police said a 14-year-old boy was shot in the leg outside of the high school. → Read More

Man dies after falling on subway tracks during fight in Queens

Police say Heriberto Quintana, 48, was struck by an oncoming F train at the Roosevelt Ave-Jackson Heights subway station on Monday just before 5 p.m. → Read More

Body cam video shows terrifying moments after man opens fire on CT officers

Seconds after Bristol Police officers walked into an ambush, the lone surviving officer, Alec Lurato, 26, who was shot in the leg, managed to get back to his cruiser and call for help. → Read More

Neighborhoods pledge to take back the streets from gun violence

On Sunday afternoon people joined city and state leaders to take back the streets. → Read More

City Council proposed bill would incentivize New Yorkers to report illegal parking

Joseph Pressley of Brooklyn found a legal spot Tuesday, but parking on the streets of New York can be painful and expensive, and it could become harder for New Yorkers if a proposed bill is passed. → Read More