Axel Turcios

Axel Turcios

Axel Turcios

National Correspondent

Axel Turcios is an Emmy-Award winning journalist who joins Scripps News as a National Correspondent based out of New York City. He comes to us from Univision 23 in Miami, where Axel appeared frequently on the national programs Primer Impacto, Noticiero Nacional Univision and Despierta América. Before joining Univision, Axel worked for two years as a reporter for Telemundo in Las Vegas. Axel will be the first to tell you that reporting out of New York City has been a life-long dream. He dedicates his spare time to community work and organizing charitable projects to help low-income families and children in his country of origin, Honduras.

Recent Work
Shalonda Curtis-Hackett

NYC parents file class action suit against child services

Homeless tents

Report: 25% of children in New York City are living in poverty

An AT&T retail store in Miami

FCC's Homeland Security Bureau investigating massive AT&T cell outage

Former Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez, second from right, is taken in handcuffs

Former president of Honduras on trial for facilitating drug-smuggling

A woman lies on a couch and blows her nose.

Flu still surging across parts of the US

Harvey Weinstein arrives at a Manhattan courthouse

Harvey Weinstein appealing 2020 rape conviction, court set to begin

Former U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi

Democrat Tom Suozzi projected to win NY special election for US House

Migrants run in the rain toward a migrant housing location in New York.

NYC to roll out $53 million prepaid card program for migrant families

Victoria Jacobs

NYC woman convicted of using bitcoins to fund terrorism in Syria

Video surveillance of the brawl

Migrant melee in Times Square prompts governor to look at deportation

Homeless peoples' tents.

NYC sees spike in homeless population due to influx of migrants

Nina Serdiuk

3.3 million children lose Medicaid coverage

New York City Mayor Eric Adams speaks during a news conference at City Hall

NYC mayor delivers his annual State of the City address

An ambulance driving

NYC program will erase $2 billion of medical debt for some residents

Jerry and Faith Mata

Uvalde victim's family reacts to DOJ report of police response

A memorial photo of Jackie Cazares

Victim's family anxiously awaits DOJ report on Uvalde school shooting

NASA’s X-59 quiet supersonic research aircraft.

NASA unveils its X-59 quiet supersonic jet

Mayor Eric Adams.

Unions sue NYC Mayor Eric Adams over budget cuts

People in airport

Holiday travel rush kicks off as Americans hit roads and airports

Relatives of people killed in Gaza stand above photos.

10 Palestinian American families say 1,000 relatives have died in Gaza

Smoke rises following an Israeli bombardment in the Gaza Strip, as seen from southern Israel , Saturday, Dec. 16, 2023.

Hostages mistakenly killed by Israeli troops were holding a white flag

People walk as palm trees blow in the wind.

Rainy, windy East Coast weather could dampen holiday travel plans

George Santos

George Santos' attorney expresses optimism about plea talks

Recently installed toll traffic cameras stand above a Manhattan street.

New York City officials to charge drivers to decrease congestion

Jonathan Majors arriving at court

Jury selection for Jonathan Majors assault trial begins in NYC

New York Mayor Eric Adams, accompanied by Ingrid Lewis-Martin, his chief advisor

Wave of sexual abuse claims in New York amid Adult Survivors Act

People ice skating

Bryant Park Winter Village returns for another year of festivities

File photo of Osama bin Laden.

TikTok prohibits videos promoting bin Laden's 'Letter to America'

A Medicaid office employee working on reports

New data shows millions of children have lost Medicaid coverage

Yusef Salaam

1-on-1 with former Central Park 5's Yusef Salaam