Eun Yang anchors News4 at 4 and News4 at 6, the #1 rated evening newscast in the Washington area, for NBC4.
Since joining NBC4, Yang has covered big stories including the inaugurations of presidents, visits by two popes, Opening Day at Nationals Park and the Olympics in South Korea and Tokyo.
Yang spent more than 10 years anchoring News4 Today, for which she won several EMMY awards. In that role, she was the first to tell Washington-area viewers about breaking overnight news, severe weather and major Washington stories.
In addition to her role as a news anchor, Yang files compelling community stories about people and organizations important to the Washington area. She anchored the station’s “Inequality in America: Tackling the Rise in Anti-Asian Hate” special, for which she won an Emmy and a regional Edward R. Murrow award. She also won an Emmy for hosting a local restaurant show called “Foodies: DC” for several years.
Before joining News4, Yang worked at the National Geographic Channel in Washington and WUSA-TV.
Yang received the Television Broadcast Journalist Award from the Multicultural Media Correspondents Association, a community leadership award from AALEAD, Heroes of Our Time Award from the Council of Korean Americans and a Student Role Model award from the Korean American Scholarship Foundation, among other recognitions.
Born in Seoul, Korea, Yang moved to the Washington area before she was 3. She grew up in Prince George’s County and Montgomery County, attended Paint Branch High School and graduated with a journalism degree from the University of Maryland.
She and her husband are raising their three kids in Washington, D.C.
The masks promise to clear up acne, erase fine lines and reduce the signs of aging using light therapy — but do users see results, and are they safe to use? News4’s Eun Yang spoke to a dermatologist about the skincare trend.
At the Georgetown Wine & Dine this weekend, chefs from award-winning restaurants will be creating unique dining experiences for food lovers to benefit the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center at Sibley Memorial Hospital.
Here’s the latest on when the three Giant pandas will go back to China.
The fifth season of the Kelly Clarkson Show kicks off in a new city. News4’s Eun Yang caught up with Clarkson about the excitement.
Coronary microvascular dysfunction (CMD) affects 4 million people worldwide, impacting more women than men. Despite how common this heart condition is, it is often overlooked in patients. CMD is caused by decreased blood flow to tiny blood vessels in the heart, causing chest pain, fatigue, shortness of breath and potentially a heart attack if it is left untreated. Celina Gorre,…
Chef and philanthropist José Andrés fulfilled a longtime dream of opening a restaurant in the Old Post Office Pavilion in DC. News4’s Eun Yang takes you behind the scenes at The Bazaar in the Waldorf Astoria with culinary director Chef Manuel Echeverri in this Food Fare.
What if you could throw a fabulous dinner party without having to cook? A D.C. Michelin star-winning restaurant is part of a new service, Moveable Feast, that brings multiple courses from award-winning restaurants to your door. In this Food Fare, Eun Yang takes us to Tail Up Goat to see what’s on the menu.
In part 2 of Eun Yang’s interview with Kristen Welker, the new “Meet the Press” moderator discusses motherhood, loving D.C. and more. She’ll begin as “MTP” moderator this Sunday..
News4’s Eun Yang spoke to Dr. Sarah Combs with Children’s National Hospital about what to know about cases, vaccines and when to seek a healthcare provider.
Marcel’s is one of the few D.C. restaurants offering a traditional fine dining experience.
Now, Chef Jenn Castaneda-Jones leads the kitchen there, and her husband, Stephen Jones, is the sous chef. Together, they’re adding a unique flare to dishes that have kept people returning to Marcel’s for years.