Travis Andersen

Andersen is a breaking news reporter for the Metro section. He previously worked as a freelance writer for and a reporter for the Associated Press. A graduate of Kenyon College, he also earned a master’s in journalism from Boston University.

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Prosecutors say couple used Facebook stock to gain daughter admission to UCLA

By Michael Levenson , Globe Staff

Davina Isackson, 55, and, Bruce Isackson, 61, are among dozens of wealthy parents alleged to have paid William “Rick” Singer huge sums as part of a nationwide scheme to funnel bribes to corrupt coaches and officials at selective colleges.

Jury finds man guilty of raping and strangling woman inside her Quincy apartment in 2009

By , Globe Staff

Joseph Beatty, now 61, who at one point shared a romantic relationship with Beaton, was convicted of first-degree murder and aggravated rape, according to District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey’s office.

Man, 28, allegedly points gun at McDonald’s drive-thru customers in Manchester, N.H.

By , Globe Staff

Police identified the suspect as Justin Godin, 28, of Manchester.

State police probe act of vandalism at World War II memorial in South Boston

By , Globe Staff

“We are currently investigating potential vandalism to the World War II Memorial at Castle Island,” Procopio wrote in an e-mail.