Edgar Sandoval

Edgar Sandoval

Author and Award-winning journalist

Edgar Sandoval is newspaper reporter in New York City and the author of 'The New Face of Small Town America'

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Newtown can't forget Sandy Hook shooting tragedy - NY Daily News

Newtown can't forget Sandy Hook shooting tragedy - ...

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NYC’s first medical marijuana dispensary to open Thursday

Operators of the city’s first medical marijuana dispensary provided a buzzworthy tour of its new location blocks from Union Square Wednesday.

The dispensary at 212 E. 14th St. near 3rd Ave. is operated by Columbia Care and will open Thursday to qualifying patients.

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TSA demonstrates how trained dogs can sniff out explosives - NY ...

TSA demonstrates how trained dogs can sniff out exp...

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Parents of slain reporter say country is not civilized - NYDailyNews.com

Parents of slain reporter say country is not civili...

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Sanitation worker who died on job mourned at funeral

A sanitation department sergeant who died on the job last week after complaining about the heat was remembered Wednesday as a man of character who took great pride in keeping the city’s streets clean.

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EXCLUSIVE: Dad keeps vigil for teen who lost mom, sis in blast - NY Daily News

Oscar Hernandez lost his mother and his older sister in the East Harlem explosion that ripped through his building — but he still has his father.

The frail 16-year-old blinked as he woke up in his hospital bed Sunday, then saw his dad and tried to smile despite the oxygen mask on his mouth, the bandages on his legs and the feeding tube connected to his stomach.

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Charleston's Emanuel AME holds first service since shooting

The historic church where nine black men and women were killed by a racist mass murderer reopened to stunned members Sunday morning with a sermon of recovery, resilience and healing.