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Dion Lim

ABC7 News

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Dion:

New neighborhood breaks ground on Treasure Island

If you've driven across the Bay Bridge lately, you've probably seen the signs announcing new homes on Yerba Buena and Treasure Island. The first phase of new homes is now under construction. → Read More

Berkeley cafe owners get mixture of support, push-back for speaking out against 'Gourmet Ghetto' nickname

Wrecking Ball Roasters-prides itself as being an inclusive place where people of all backgrounds are welcome to enjoy a cup of coffee. But after speaking out about the long-standing, yet controversial nickname their café is located at in Berkeley, the ow → Read More

Future of Mavericks surf competition uncertain after World Surf League pulls out of event

The World Surf League announced Friday that it will no longer host the Mavericks surf competition near Half Moon Bay due to "various logistical challenges." → Read More

ABC7 STARS: East Palo Alto mayor proving it's never too late to get a degree

An East Palo Alto mom is making a difference in her community by showing them it's never too late to achieve your dreams and proves than an "education delayed is not an education denied." → Read More

California company creates breath detector for pot, alcohol

Oakland-based Hound Labs in California has created a breath detector for pot and alcohol, giving police and employers a new tool to detect whether someone has been using weed. → Read More

Company creates breath detector for pot and alcohol

Police and employers now have a new tool to detect whether someone has been using weed with this new breath detector. → Read More

California company creates breath detector for pot, alcohol

Oakland-based Hound Labs has created a breath detector for pot and alcohol, giving police and employers a new tool to detect whether someone has been using weed. → Read More

Oakland-based company creates breath detector for pot, alcohol

Oakland-based Hound Labs has created a breath detector for pot and alcohol, giving police and employers a new tool to detect whether someone has been using weed. → Read More

Judge has public safety concerns after seeing video of woman attacked in San Francisco

The story of a homeless man caught on camera attacking a San Francisco woman gets more complicated with several bomshells dropped in court Friday morning. → Read More

$1,200 a month bunk beds aim to help ease San Francisco's housing crisis

Would you live in a bunk bed for $1200 a month? If you're Elvina Beck, founder and user of PodShare, absolutely. And it appears the concept is working. → Read More

San Francisco Chinatown community rallies for change after 2 seniors beaten in broad daylight

The Chinatown community is rallying together for change after the most recent violent attack on their streets where two seniors were beaten by four men in broad daylight. → Read More

Permit for late-night taco truck upsets neighbors in San Francisco's Cow Hollow

Taco truck drama is happening in San Francisco's Cow Hollow neighborhood after dozens of neighbors petitioned to prevent a food truck from parking on their street. → Read More

Battle brewing between independent coffee shop & construction giant heats up

CAT-TASTROPHE: Owner's of Cat & Cloud Café in Santa Cruz have been in a state of disbelief since last August when their independent shop was slapped with a legal petition to cancel their trademark by heavy equipment manufacturer Caterpillar. → Read More

ABC7's Dion Lim reaches for new heights in Toronto as city awaits Game 2

While Dion certainly reached new heights in Canada, Dub Nation is hoping the Warriors can reach new heights in Game 2! → Read More

ABC7 STARS: Santa Cruz woman creates farm to help people with disabilities build roots

As part of our commitment to Building a Better Bay Area, we're showcasing remarkable people who improve the lives of others in the community. A Santa Cruz woman named Heidi Cartan is doing just that, by making the world a more inclusive place. → Read More

From homeless to video vigilante: Documenting San Francisco's homeless epidemic

A once homeless San Francisco man is now documenting what he sees on the city streets, in an effort to raise awareness for a growing epidemic and Build a Better Bay Area. The homeless population has grown 17% to over 8,000 in the past two years. → Read More

Quick Tip: Preventing car break-ins

Law enforcement officials say the most important thing you can do to prevent a car break-in is to make sure not to leave anything inside your car. Even small items can make your car a burglary target. → Read More

$2.5 million shack for sale in San Francisco

We all know it's extremely expensive to buy a home in the Bay Area, but this one listing in the Potrero Hill neighborhood caught our attention -- a teardown shack at $3,900 a square foot! → Read More

Water Bikes coming this summer for Bay Area commuters

Frustrating. Long. Slow. Those are often words to describe commuting in the Bay Area. But soon, there will be a new way to get to work that many haven't seen before. It's not by land or underground but by personal water bike! → Read More

Central Valley high-speed rail may help solve Bay Area housing, job crisis

In California's Central Valley, there is a big transportation project underway unlike any other in the country. The state's High Speed Rail project is under way in Madera just north of Fresno, along State Route 99. → Read More