Chanteé Lans
Chanteé Lans is an Edward R. Murrow award winning journalist. Chanteé is currently the Long Island correspondent for WABC-TV's Eyewitness News. She was previously a contributing writer for the New York Times.

Before returning to New York, Chanteé was an investigative reporter and evening anchor at the ABC affiliate in Shreveport, Louisiana. She was also a general assignment reporter at KYW-TV CBS Philadelphia and at WBZ-TV CBS Boston.

Chanteé has interviewed President Joe Biden. She also covered the Boston marathon bombings, arrest and murder trial of New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez, the sexual assault trial of Bill Cosby, Philadelphia Eagles' first super bowl win, and the imprisonment and release of Rapper Meek Mill which prompted criminal justice reform in Pennsylvania and across the United States.

Chanteé was chosen by the Radio Television Digital News Association to travel to the NATO headquarters and the European Union in Brussels, Belgium as a fellow of the RIAS German/American Exchange Program.

Born in Brooklyn and raised on Long Island, Chanteé earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism from Temple University. The school honored her with the Lew Klein Alumni in the Media Rising Star award.

She obtained her master's degree in global development and social justice from St. John's University.

Chanteé's Stories
Long Island group home staff work on day off to make holiday special for residents
Life's WORC in Massapequa has been serving people for more than 30 years.
Free hot meals handed out to some Long Island residents ahead of Thanksgiving
Ahead of Thanksgiving, Suffolk County Legislator Sammy Gonzalez teamed up with Suffolk County Legal Aid Society and District Attorney Ray Tierney to give away free hot cooked meals.
Brother of Israeli hostage from Long Island prays for his safe return as deal with Hamas looms
As the war between Israel and Hamas rages on, a Jewish community center continues to pray for one of their members who was taken hostage.
Long Island Christmas tree farm won't open this year amid national shortage
One local Christmas tree farm will not open this season amid the national Christmas tree shortage.
Long Island community bands after over 200 Israeli hostage posters were mysteriously torn down
A community in Great Neck hung more than 200 posters of Israeli hostages on a building only to find it torn down overnight. Many gathered on Wednesday to replace those flyers.
Ed Romaine and David Calone set to face off in race for Suffolk County executive
Republican Ed Romaine and Democrat David Calone are running to replace Steve Bellone who reached his term limit after 12 years.
Democrats on Long Island condemn ads they say are antisemitic, Republicans deny bias claims
Both Democrats and Republicans on Long Island are accusing each other of using offensive imagery in the lead-up to the November 7 election.
Man pleads not guilty after allegedly pointing gun at 6-year-old, court orders anger management
"I just wanted to scare them," Michael Yifan Wen told police, according to court documents.
Low inventory, high interest rates lock potential homebuyers out of housing market
For the first time in nearly two decades, mortgage interest rates hit 8%, a rate so high that it's locking some would-be homebuyers our of the housing market.
Street renamed for musical icon Billy Joel in Oyster Bay
It's been a long time coming. The Piano Man himself was honored with a street renaming on Long Island on Thursday.