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Axel Turcios


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Past articles by Axel:

New York City Is Ready To Ring In The New Year

New York City is ready to usher in 2023 for the first time in two years without COVID restrictions. → Read More

The State Of Wrongful Convictions In The U.S.

A flawed case landed Shame Capers in prison for a murder he did not commit. → Read More

RSV Surge Puts Pressure On Children’s Hospitals

In New York and across the country children's hospitals are struggling with a surge of sick kids due to a respiratory virus. → Read More

5 Years Later, The Las Vegas Mass Shooting Still Shapes Public Events

Saturday marks five years since a gunman opened fire on a concert crowd in Las Vegas, forever changing the way Americans attend public events. → Read More

Finding Hope Through A Different Approach To Mental Health Care

Charlie Health provides virtual intensive outpatient treatments for people struggling with mental health. → Read More

New York City Races To House Thousands Of Newly Arrived Migrants

New York's Mayor Eric Adams says their shelter system is not large enough to house the recent surge of arriving migrants. → Read More

Hispanic Population In Portland Is Growing Rapidly

A specific city in Oregon has seen a huge amount of growth in the Hispanic community. → Read More

Children, College Students Diagnosed With Monkeypox Raise Alarm

School-age children diagnosed with monkeypox are raising concern before the return to school, but officials say the spread of risk is still small. → Read More

Monkeypox Has Now Been Declared A National Public Health Emergency

The Biden Administration has declared monkeypox a national public health emergency. There are now more than 6,600 cases confirmed in the U.S. → Read More

Biggest Toy Industry Event Focused On Interactive Products This Year

Many products at this year's Sweet Suite were focused on enhancing children's cognitive skills. → Read More

Crump To Represent Randy Cox, Black Man Hurt In Police Van

Cox was handcuffed when he was in the back of the New Haven police van, which was not equipped with seat belts. He flew headfirst into a wall. → Read More

Chicago Mayoral Candidate Shares His Coming Out Journey

Two openly gay candidates will face off in Chicago's mayoral race. The newcomer shares his journey growing up gay in Chicago's Latinx community. → Read More

Newsy Looks At New York Safety Compliances After Deadly Apartment Fire

Newsy investigated whether a New York apartment building was in compliance with safety requirements months after a deadly fire in the Bronx. → Read More

Trauma Surgeon Who Treated Uvalde Victims Calls For Gun Reform

The American College of Surgeons is advocating for bipartisan solutions to reduce deaths and injuries caused by firearm violence. → Read More

Shipping Container Radio Station Unites Brooklyn Music Community

A radio station streams its beats from a vacant parking lot, playing music for streaming online and live for guests to enjoy. → Read More

Why A New York City Facility Allows Drug Use To Reduce Overdoses

OnPoint NYC is one of only two centers in the nation that aims to prevent overdoses by creating a welcoming environment for drug users. → Read More

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Boom Nationwide

With high gas prices, the appeal for electric vehicles is rising. → Read More

Hondurans In New York Celebrate Ex-President Hernandez's Arrest

He appeared virtually in federal court to face drug trafficking and weapons charges after he was arrested in Honduras and extradited to the U.S. → Read More

Perfect Spring Weather Greets Boston Marathon's April Return (VIDEO)

During the 126th edition of the race, more than 14,000 women will be participating. → Read More

Brooklyn Subway Attack Suspect Ordered Held Without Bail

Authorities say there’s currently no evidence linking him to terror organizations and are still trying to derive a motive. → Read More