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Bob Hohler

Bob Hohler is a sports investigative and enterprise reporter. He also covered the Red Sox and worked in the Globe’s Washington bureau. His book, “I Touch the Future: The Story of Christa McAuliffe,” details the New Hampshire teacher’s life and death aboard the space shuttle.

Latest stories

Robert Kraft charges come as part of human trafficking sting

By , Globe Staff

The Patriots owner is accused of soliciting prostitution as part of an investigation of human trafficking at multiple day spas in Florida. A spokesperson for Kraft said: “We categorically deny that Mr. Kraft engaged in any illegal activity.”

Veteran Globe baseball writer Nick Cafardo dies at 62

By , Globe Staff

Cafardo, who joined the Globe in 1989, was one of Boston’s most prominent sports reporters.

BOB HOHLER

Without a doubt, the Patriots proved everybody wrong with their title

By , Globe Staff

We should have known better to go against the Patriots, who found their stride in January under a unifying faith in Bill Belichick’s system.

This reporter has been covering CTE for 10 years. Here’s what he’s learned

By , Globe Staff

Reporter Bob Hohler wrote his first story about CTE in the last week of January 2009. He’s written many more since then, including about Aaron Hernandez.