Vic Lee, Houston News

Vic Lee

Houston News

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Past articles by Vic:

Santa Cruz students, teacher from Fremont among victims of boat fire off SoCal coast

Several victims of a boat fire that occurred near the Santa Cruz Islands in Southern California have been identified as Northern California residents. From Santa Cruz to Fremont, cities all over the Bay Area are mourning their loss. → Read More

Santa Cruz students, teacher from Fremont among victims of boat fire off SoCal coast

We are starting to learn more about some of the victims from Northern California from the dive boat fire in Southern California near Santa Cruz Island. → Read More

UCSF doctor reconstructs face of SoCal beauty queen paralyzed by stroke

We introduced you in May of last year to a young woman from Los Angeles whose face was partially paralyzed by a stroke. She was a beauty pageant queen whose whole life had changed. We told her story when she went to UCSF for surgery to repair her face. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: New look at 3 suspects in violent, daylight attack of 2 seniors in San Francisco's Chinatown

ABC7 News has exclusively obtained surveillance photos and video showing three young men, whom San Francisco police investigators believe are the suspects who violently attacked two men on Stockton Street in Chinatown July 15. → Read More

San Mateo County Sheriff's Dept. revising department's use-of-force policies

The San Mateo County Sheriffs Department is revising its use-of-force policies in the aftermath of three Taser-related deaths in the county last year. → Read More

Mayor London Breed tours Chinatown to reassure merchants, residents that SF will do all it can to combat rising crime

Mayor London Breed came to Chinatown to assure everyone that City Hall would be doing all it can to protect them. → Read More

San Francisco on high alert after cyberattack on Asian Art Museum computers

The ransomware attack on the Asian Art Museum foundation's computer system in May raised alarms at San Francisco City Hall. → Read More

San Francisco District Attorney blasts police dept's raid on journalist's home

The outcry against the San Francisco Police Department's handling of the probe into Public Defender Jeff Adachi's death and the raid of a credentialed journalist's home continues. Today, the City's District Attorney responded to the police action. → Read More

Homeless a growing problem for SFPD at SFO

At San Francisco International Airport the last BART train of the night rolls in at 1:40 in the morning. That train carries more than just travelers and overnight workers. Every night, it carries homeless people, seeking shelter in empty terminals. → Read More

Officials say homeless using SFO as refuge

San Francisco International Airport is a way station for travelers. It's a welcoming stopover, but not for the homeless, who police say are using the airport as a refuge. → Read More

Uber drivers protest working conditions, wages in San Francisco

Bay Area Uber drivers are gathering in San Francisco as part of a nationwide strike to protest their working conditions and wages. → Read More

ONLY ON ABC7NEWS.COM: Bay Area man suing Lyft, owner of Ford GoBikes, after injury when he says brakes failed

An East Bay man is suing Lyft, which owns Ford GoBike, after he says he fell from one of its electric bicycles when the brakes failed. He ended up with a broken arm. His attorney says his client isn't the only one who's had problems with the electric bikes. → Read More

Oakland serial bank robbery suspect arrested at hospital after wife gave birth

A serial bank robbery suspect from Oakland was arrested by the FBI at a Bay Area hospital hours after his wife gave birth, according to ABC 7 News sources. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: South SF cop speaks out about near fatal attack by skateboarder that changed his life

A South San Francisco police officer who was attacked by a skateboarder almost three years ago has left the police department on medical retirement after suffering near fatal head injuries. → Read More

New plan could permanently close San Francisco's juvenile hall

A group of San Francisco Supervisors are threatening to shut down the city's juvenile hall, saying it makes "economic and social sense." → Read More

'Flintstone House': Owner gives ABC7 News exclusive tour of Hillsborough home, says she's fighting City lawsuit

The owner of the famous "Flintstone House" in Hillsborough gave ABC7 News an exclusive tour of the home and told us she is fighting the City lawsuit against it. → Read More

'Flintstone House': Owner gives ABC7 exclusive tour of Hillsborough home off 280, says she's fighting city lawsuit

The owner of the famous "Flintstone House" in Hillsborough gave ABC7 News an exclusive tour of the home and told us she is fighting the city lawsuit against it. → Read More

San Francisco Airport passengers react to US grounding of Boeing 737-MAX airliners

While some aviation experts say there's no real reason for it, most passengers flying out of SFO agree with the decision to temporarily ground Boeing 737-MAX's. → Read More

Daylight Saving Time: How to prepare for losing hour of sleep

Are you ready for Sunday? Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. -- depriving you of one hour of sleep. → Read More

California's attorney general speaks on immigrants detained across country

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said the federal government is not doing its job overseeing detention centers. This comes after the State Department of Justice visited all ten facilities in the State which house undocumented immigrants. → Read More