CeFaan Kim, Eyewitness News

CeFaan Kim

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Recent articles by CeFaan:

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

Push-in burglar beats up 77-year-old man, robs him at knifepoint in Brooklyn

A 77-year-old man says a burglar attacked him just as he opened the door to his apartment in Brooklyn Sunday. → Read More

Protesters call for more policing amid rise in gun violence across NYC

The Black Lives Matter movement is getting all the attention, but on the ground - in the neighborhoods plagued with gun violence, there are many who want more police officers on the streets - not less. They say yes to reform, and no to defunding police. → Read More

Fireworks explode in hands of men trying to protect kids in Queens

Two construction workers in Queens were trying to be good Samaritans and get illegal explosives out of the hands of kids when they blew up in their hands. → Read More

New York City high school celebrates nearly 90 percent graduation rate

A special ceremony was held for an impressive graduation class at a high school in Washington Heights that is approaching a nearly 90 percent graduation rate. → Read More

New Jersey barbershop owner creating buzz over unique haircutting strategy

New Jersey barbershop owner creating buzz over unique haircutting strategy → Read More

Here's what NYC's Generation Z thinks about social justice issues in the world today

Generation Z was born in the digital age, and some say the struggle with face-to-face interactions and have short attention spans. However, a city high school student interviewed hundreds of her peers from all five boroughs in order to write an op-ed about what is going on in the world right now - and they want you to know they are so much more than you think. → Read More

Coronavirus News: New Jersey barbershop owner creating buzz over unique haircutting strategy

A New Jersey barbershop owner is creating quite a buzz by finding a unique way to cut hair while business is still closed. → Read More

What are the tactical reasons behind NYC's 8 pm curfew?

A former top cop in the NYPD says the department utilized a series of tactical moves to help restore order across New York City after days of unrest. → Read More

Reopen NY: New legislation would give NYC restaurants more room to serve outside

The legislation being introduced to help reopen restaurants would have the city identify open spaces like sidewalks, streets, and plazas where restaurants and bars can serve outside -- and create a streamlined permitting process. → Read More

Coronavirus News: Magnolia Bakery installing disease-destroying UV lights

Magnolia Bakery is about to be the first restaurant in the country to install a potentially disease-destroying far-ultraviolet light to keep staff and customers safe. → Read More

Coronavirus News: Demand for bikes skyrockets at bicycle shop in Queens amid COVID-19 crisis

A bicycle shop in Queens is working nearly around the clock to get bikes into the hands of New Yorkers, who need them now more than ever. → Read More

Coronavirus News: NYC tour guides offer glimpse into future post-COVID-19

As we dig deep into how to rebuild our economy after the coronavirus, New York City tour guides offer a glimpse into the future, from those who know the past. → Read More

Coronavirus News: 'Mother' of Brooklyn ER dies of COVID-19 complications

Maria was the head nurse at Kings County Hospital's Emergency Room. Her four daughters are all nurses - two are in Brooklyn and two are in the Philippines. Nursing and caring are in their blood. → Read More

Coronavirus News: 26-year-old woman dies giving birth during peak of COVID-19 pandemic

Bruce McIntyre is a new father who should be celebrating the birth of his son. Instead, McIntyre is drowning in sorrow after the mother of his son, 26-year-old Amber Isaac, died during childbirth. → Read More

Coronavirus News: NYPD issuing summonses in Brooklyn for violations of social distancing

On Thursday, officers are summonsing pedestrians they observe walking without masks and those who are failing to maintain social distance. → Read More