Web Producer - Contributor through January 2016
Hoa Quach served as a web producer for KPBS. She previously worked as associate regional editor for Patch and as a reporter for the San Diego News Network, Reuters, 10News, and The Huffington Post.
Hoa is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association, Society of Professional Journalists, and the San Diego Press Club. In her spare time, she teaches children's yoga and volunteers with Words Alive.
She is a graduate of San Diego State University, where she studied journalism, Spanish, and Asian Studies.
Recent Stories by Hoa Quach
After nearly 30 years at the department, Chief Jeff Davis took over as the head of the El Cajon Police Department this month.
- Dec. 4, 2015
- By Hoa Quach
The mass shooting this week in San Bernardino has again rocked the national psyche. KPBS asked you to share your reaction to the incident. Here's what you said.
Midday Edition takes a closer look at the March of Dimes 2015 Report Card on Premature Birth Rates and what San Diego researchers are doing to help preterm babies.
A Stanford Law School study shows the measure is saving the state about $93 million in prison costs, but critics say Proposition 47 has become a get-out-of-jail-free card for repeat offenders.
A Cal State San Marcos professor and author examines the horror genre and discusses the deeper meaning of zombies, vampires and ghosts.
Can California continue to provide the rest of the nation with fruits and vegetables if there aren't enough people to work to produce them?
What happens to people when they get frightened? What's the line between exploring their fears and being paralyzed by them?
In an unusual and last-ditch effort to exonerate a woman in a 1992 gang murder, a San Diego attorney has filed an appeal with the United Nations.
The new motor voter law will automatically register citizens to vote when they obtain or renew their driver's license at the Department of Motor Vehicles. The law goes into effect in 2016.
Hundreds of supporters and opponents of SeaWorld's controversial Blue World project are expected to turn out for Thursday's meeting.