CeFaan Kim, Eyewitness News

CeFaan Kim

Eyewitness News

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Eyewitness News
Past:
  • ABC7 Eyewitness News
  • ABC 7 Chicago
  • Houston News
  • Action News on 6abc
  • ABC11 EyewitnessNews
  • ABC30 Fresno
  • ABC7 News

Recent articles by CeFaan:

NYC bar offers free pint of beer for donating pint of blood

It may have been closed since the pandemic came roaring into town, but even COVID wasn't enough to stop a happy hour blood drive at Stout NYC in the Financial District. → Read More

New York City small businesses hold out hope for COVID relief bill

Flor de Mayo on the Upper West Side, is the city's most well-known Peruvian Chinese cuisine in the city. But like restaurants everywhere, they are in pain excruciating pain as a result of the pandemic. → Read More

Some Hoboken bars packed amid jaw-dropping rise in NJ COVID cases

In Hoboken on Saturday night, bars were open, football was on TV, and there were people there to watch and celebrate → Read More

Altercation ends in stabbing during Black Friday shopping at Long Island mall

Officials say the fight broke out in the mall's food court during a packed day of Black Friday shopping. → Read More

Woman speaks out after being pushed in front of oncoming subway

A woman who was shoved in front of an oncoming train is now speaking out as her attacker is charged with attempted murder. → Read More

New York City honors armed forces on Veterans Day amid coronavirus pandemic

Although the annual parade in New York City wasn't able to happen this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, Eyewitness News proudly brought a Veterans Day ceremony special Wednesday at the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum in Manhattan. → Read More

Veterans Day: Sculptors from NJ creating the next great monument in DC

Sculptors from New Jersey are creating the newest war monument bound for Washington, and when it's finished, it will become one of the iconic masterpieces of our nation alongside the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. → Read More

Bronx community refrigerator is helping feed the spirits of residents

At the corner of 141st Street and St. Ann's Avenue in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx, sits a community refrigerator that is reminding residents that somebody out there cares. → Read More

'Too Good To Go' app eliminates food waste from restaurants, grocery stores

An app called 'Too Good To Go' is connecting restaurants and grocery stores with customers to make sure food does not go to waste. → Read More

Man found fatally shot next to NJ playground

Dozens of family members showed up to a park in New Jersey after learning their loved one had been murdered. → Read More

Virtual Ruck Challenge aims to raise money for veterans

The October Virtual Ruck Challenge will raise money for the United War Veterans Council, better known for throwing the annual New York City Veterans Day parade. → Read More

Young model gears up to bike 300+ miles to bring awareness to mental health

A young man is biking hundreds of miles to bring awareness to mental health. → Read More

Exclusive: Shocking error found in some Brooklyn mail-in ballots

In this Eyewitness News exclusive, Park Slope residents show us how their envelopes were stuffed with the wrong ballot information. → Read More

Coronavirus News: NYC considers outdoor dining legislation amid restaurant struggles

With New York City restaurants struggling amid the ongoing pandemic restrictions, there is a push to make outdoor dining permanent across the city's five boroughs. → Read More

Coronavirus News: New York City restaurants struggle to survive pandemic

With indoor dining set to reopen soon in limited capacity in New York City, struggling restaurants are wondering how long they can last. → Read More

Beloved SoHo dog goes missing, later found in Westchester

On Monday afternoon, Bruno went missing. His owner says surveillance video from the tailor shop shows two men appearing to lure Bruno away with food. Two blocks away at Ben's Pizza of SoHo, those same two men are seen on surveillance video walking away with Bruno. → Read More

High-end designer takes to streets to help keep New Yorkers looking sharp

Makayla Wray works for a high-end designer during the day, but at night she's been tailoring clothes in the street. → Read More

'I don't believe it': Parents furious over construction delays to Queens school amid COVID

Construction at PS-384 in the Hunters Point section of Long Island City, has come to a screeching halt due to the coronavirus pandemic, and parents are furious. → Read More

Late-night crowds at Queens waterfront park making residents miserable

Residents in a Queens neighborhood say they've been terrorized by boisterous late-night crowds flocking to its waterfront park for months. → Read More

Coronavirus News: Emotional vigil bids farewell to 131 MTA workers lost to COVID-19

Transit workers held a vigil outside of MTA headquarters in Lower Manhattan on Wednesday for 131 MTA workers who died from COVID-19, including a train conductor who was killed by an arsonist during the height of the pandemic. → Read More