Dion Lim, Houston News

Dion Lim

Houston News

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Houston News
  • ABC11 EyewitnessNews
  • ABC7 News
  • ABC7 Eyewitness News
Past:
  • ABC 7 Chicago
  • Eyewitness News
  • ABC30 Fresno

Recent articles by Dion:

EXCLUSIVE: San Francisco grandma flips table to defend business after customer hurls hand sanitizer jugs at staff

Stunning video out of San Francisco's Mission District shows a business owner and grandma defending her restaurant after a customer learns her to-go order will take longer than expected. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: San Francisco grandma flips table to defend business after customer hurls hand sanitizer jugs at staff

Stunning video out of San Francisco's Mission District shows a business owner and grandma defending her restaurant after a customer learns her to-go order will take longer than expected. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: San Francisco grandma flips table to defend business after customer hurls hand sanitizer jugs at staff

Stunning video out of San Francisco's Mission District shows a business owner and grandma defending her restaurant after a customer learns her to-go order will take longer than expected. → Read More

UC Santa Cruz graduate awarded Rhodes Scholarship in most diverse recipient pool in history

Garima Desai of Fremont has become the first-ever UC Santa Cruz graduate awarded the Rhodes Scholarship. → Read More

Rally held for Bay Area family accused by neighbor of 'acting Black' in 'white neighborhood'

Several dozen chanted "Black Lives Matter" and "love not hate" as they marched down Discovery Bay Boulevard, led by Jarielle Jones, one of the family members who was confronted by their poodle and stun gun toting neighbor on Monday. → Read More

Working from home? This SF startup is designing desks that can be tucked away when the work day is over

Wouldn't it be nice to just hide away your desk after your done working from home for the day? A San Francisco startup is doing just that with innovative workspaces and standup desks that can be tucked away when 5 o'clock rolls around. → Read More

California woman wields stun gun while accusing family of 'acting like Black people' in 'white neighborhood'

Adena Dean was accused of showing up to a Black family's home in Discovery Bay, asking why they're acting "Black" in a "white neighborhood" while wielding a stun gun. → Read More

California woman wields stun gun while accusing family of 'acting like Black people' in 'white neighborhood'

Adena Dean was accused of showing up to a Black family's home in Discovery Bay, asking why they're acting "Black" in a "white neighborhood" while wielding a stun gun. → Read More

Where did they shoot that? San Francisco's famous movie scenes mapped out

Where were the most movies made in San Francisco? We poured through data from the San Francisco Film Commission to find out what the most popular film locations are in the city. → Read More

Good Samaritans chase down alleged thief after woman robbed in SF's Chinatown, leading to arrest

Lily Ho and her partner Tom House were on a routine trip to buy groceries in Chinatown earlier this month when they saw a man snatch a cell phone right out of an elderly woman's hand. That's when they sprang into action. → Read More

Peninsula school board president resigns after wife's racist, misogynistic tweets about Kamala Harris

"I almost vomited...I was just shaking and I was so angry." Parents are furious over the racist and vulgar tweets made by the wife of former Las Lomitas school board president Jon Venverloh, targeting Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. → Read More

Family of WWII veteran looking to collect 100 cards to celebrate grandfather's milestone birthday

A World War II veteran is turning 100 years old this month, and one of his grandsons is looking to honor him and other veterans by collecting 100 cards and letters to celebrate. Here's how to wish Howard Lahr a happy birthday. → Read More

Vaccine distribution is the next challenge in battle against COVID-19, health expert says

The landscape in the battle against COVID-19 could soon shift dramatically. From waiting for a vaccine approval, to the enormous challenge of getting it to Americans, and getting them to take it. → Read More

How San Francisco's Chinatown is planning to lure locals back for the holidays

San Francisco's Chinatown is oftentimes a bustling place during the holidays, a place for tourists and locals like to buy unique gifts and for some, eat Chinese food instead of the traditional turkey. → Read More

ABC7 News Exclusive: Video shows men using racial slurs, coughing at Black woman, family in Pittsburg

Pittsburg police are investigating a racially charged incident, where a man used racial slurs and called police on a Black woman with her young daughter at a dog park, while another man coughed in the woman's face. → Read More

'You create the virus': Asian mother targeted with 'racially motivated' vandalism, letter left at San Francisco home

San Francisco police are investigating a racially motivated crime in the city's Sunset District where an Asian American woman's home was vandalized and targeted with a hate-filled letter. → Read More

Health experts express concern over public mistrust in COVID-19 vaccines

Health experts are expressing concern over possible public mistrust in the coronavirus vaccines that companies are working quickly to create under pressure from the White House. → Read More

'You create the virus': Asian woman targeted with 'racially motivated' vandalism, letter left at San Francisco home

Police believe the perpetrator came back to the San Francisco woman's home several times, once to throw a water bottle, then an egg and then to leave the letter and a mask with writing on it. → Read More

San Francisco's Golden Gate Park to debut observation wheel, renovated attractions for 150th anniversary

Golden Gate Park officials say the ferris wheel's first spin is a story of rebirth and even rejuvenation for one of the most famous parks in the country. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Owner of iconic Chinatown business jumps in to protect tourist after brazen daytime attack

The owner of a popular San Francisco Chinatown business is being hailed by his colleagues after jumping in to stop an assault on a tourist from escalating. → Read More