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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Reputed East Coast Latin Kings boss, four others plead not guilty to racketeering

By , Globe Staff

Wearing orange jail garb, 40-year-old Michael Cecchetelli, a Springfield man described by prosecutors as the Latin Kings' regional boss, entered his plea to the RICO count, which prosecutors said carries a maximum prison term of 20 years upon conviction.

Frank DePaola, former MBTA general manager, dies after lengthy cancer battle

By , Globe Staff

State officials on Monday confirmed DePaola’s death. He left the T in 2016.

Massachusetts man scrawls ‘Epstien Didn’t Kill Himself’ in Miami Beach art fair

By , Globe Staff

A Massachusetts man who was among the Straight Pride counterprotesters made headlines Sunday when he wrote “Epstien Didn’t Kill Himself” on a wall at the Art Basel Miami Beach fair that had displayed the now-infamous “Comedian,” a piece by artist Maurizio Cattelan of a banana duct-taped to a wall.

Virginia man convicted in Boston hotel rape

By , Globe Staff

A Suffolk Superior Court jury Thursday convicted a Virginia man of raping a co-worker in her Boston hotel room in October 2018, authorities said.