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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Cambridge’s police chief said the city doesn’t get ‘military equipment.’ An inventory says the department has 64 M4 rifles

By , Globe Staff

A statement by Police Commissioner Branville Bard Jr. set off a firestorm in Cambridge, particularly from City Councilor Quinton Zondervan, who lambasted him for peddling “not factually correct” statements. Bard stood by his statement and defended the city’s arsenal.

Shark in deadly Maine attack confirmed as great white; victim identified as 63-year-old seasonal resident

By and , Globe Staff

Authorities in Maine are stepping up vigilance and warning swimmers and paddlers to be careful after a great white shark attack on Monday killed a 63-year-old seasonal resident.

‘I’m not pressing the alarm button yet’: Quincy officials eyeing uptick in COVID-19 cases

By , Globe Staff

Coronavirus cases are on the rise in Quincy for the first time since the height of the pandemic, with the majority of new cases in younger residents and at least five linked to a neighborhood bar that has since shut down temporarily.

Attorney says Soldiers’ Home superintendent should be applauded for his handling of outbreak that killed 76

By , Globe Staff

Bennett Walsh, who is currently fighting his termination, has not appeared before the press since April but has adamantly defended his management of the crisis through his lawyer. But the findings of a scathing independent investigation showed leaders at the home made “utterly baffling” mistakes during the devastating COVID-19 outbreak.