Hanna Krueger

Hanna Krueger is a general assignment reporter on the Globe’s Express Desk. Prior to joining The Boston Globe in 2019, she reported on criminal justice and culture for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, La. and worked for NBC News on the Washington, DC desk. Krueger grew up in St. Louis, Mo. and graduated from Amherst College with a degree in English Literature and a laundry list of sports injuries.

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Museum of Science names next president, nearly a year after departure of longtime leader

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Tim Ritchie will join the nonprofit museum in February 2020 with over 15 years at the helm of metropolitan science centers.

Boston Children’s Theatre was just getting on financial footing. Then came the explosive allegations

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After its former artistic director was accused of improprieties, several major donors withdrew promised money, prompting the theater group to close down.

Joe Biden to appear at Nantucket fund-raiser

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The former vice president, who is now vying for the 2020 Democratic nomination, often spends Thanksgiving week on the island. This time, the trip will include a Friday night fund-raiser.

Man acquitted in nightclub slaying ordered held in extortion case after arrest in Maine

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A man acquitted in a notorious 2001 Revere nightclub slaying was ordered detained Wednesday during the pendency of his new federal case alleging he extorted a man in Abington last year.