Hojun Choi Hchoi, Austin American-Statesman

Hojun Choi Hchoi

Austin American-Statesman

Mountain View, CA, United States

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Past articles by Hojun:

Mother-son duo Vung Cing and Mosses Thang focus on helping Myanmar people in Austin

After fleeing oppression in Myanmar, Vung Cing and Mosses Thang eventually landed in Austin. Now they're dedicated to helping area Burmese families. → Read More

Freeing Cap’n Magneto: How Austinite’s quest to overcome adversity inspired 1980s cult classic videogame

Austinite Al Evans decided to live life to the fullest after suffering severe burn injuries in 1963. So, he created the videogame classic “Cap’n Magneto.” → Read More

Release of video from deadly Austin police shooting in February delayed until June, APD says

Austin police say they are again pushing back the release of video footage from officer-involved shooting in February. → Read More

Hays County COVID-19 tracker: 1 new death, 82 more cases reported since Friday

The latest updates from Hays County on coronavirus cases, deaths, hospitalizations and vaccines. → Read More

Texas, Travis County COVID-19 tracker: Austin area reports no new deaths, 78 more cases Monday

The latest statewide and Travis County updates on coronavirus cases, deaths, hospitalizations and vaccines. → Read More

Man arrested, accused of fatally shooting teen in North Austin over the weekend

An 18-year-old man was arrested Tuesday and is accused of fatally shooting a teen over the weekend in North Austin, according to Austin police. → Read More

Man, woman from Austin accused of trafficking undocumented immigrants in Gillespie County

The two people, whose identities were not released, were arrested with five others, the Gillespie sheriff's office said. → Read More

Recovery efforts continue for swimmer reported missing over weekend in Lake Travis

Search crews are still looking for a swimmer who was reported missing Saturday in Lake Travis near Devil's Cove, according to the Travis County sheriff's office. → Read More

Young Asian Americans in Texas reported hate incidents at higher rates in U.S., data show

Activists in Austin are pushing local law enforcement and the Travis County District Attorney's office for ways to track the trend more accurately. → Read More

4 hospitalized after crash in Southeast Austin, EMS says

Four people were taken to the hospital Thursday evening following a crash in Southeast Austin, according to emergency officials. → Read More

1 dead, 1 in police custody after shooting in North Austin, officials say

One person is dead following what authorities believe was a shooting in North Austin. → Read More

Police ID man who died Sunday after crash on I-35 in North Austin

Austin police on Wednesday identified the man who died over the weekend following a crash on Interstate 35 in North Austin. → Read More

Austin Public Health loosens rules for people fully vaccinated against COVID-19

Local health authorities are toning down some pandemic safety rules for people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

UPDATE: Police chief describes 'chilling' officer-involved shooting in Northeast Austin

The Austin Police Department tweeted shortly before 2 a.m. Friday that police were at the scene of an officer-involved shooting in Northeast Austin. → Read More

Austin Nepalese community mourns 39-year-old fatally shot; suspect linked to 2nd shooting

Ramesh Thapa was fatally shot early Tuesday in the parking lot of a Southeast Austin apartment complex, according to authorities. → Read More

Hays County COVID-19 tracker: 21 more cases, new death reported since Monday

The latest updates from Hays County on coronavirus cases, deaths, hospitalizations and vaccines. → Read More

Police: Man who was knocked out trying to break up fight at Austin strip club, dies at home

Authorities on Wednesday said William Eugene Colvin III struck Jorge Jaimes, 28, while the latter was trying to stop a fight at the strip club. → Read More

Austin Public Library branches reopening for in-person services starting May 10, officials say

All facilities that reopen for in-person services will do so with added pandemic-related safety measures, including Plexiglass at circulation desks. → Read More

1 hospitalized with critical injuries after car crashes into tree, EMS officials say

One person was taken to the hospital Tuesday afternoon after their car crashed into a tree in Southwest Austin. → Read More

Fire damages Buford Tower in downtown Austin, officials say

Fire damaged the historic Buford Tower in downtown Austin on Thursday evening but is now under control, according to Austin fire officials. → Read More