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.

Latest stories

Judge rejects Lexington man’s bid for bail while he is held in wife’s death

By , Globe Staff

Judge Kenneth Salinger rejected Hongyan Sun’s request, citing “strong circumstantial case,” Sun’s ties to China, “substantial financial assets,” and “evidence of attempts to conceal/destroy evidence.”

Third human case of EEE in Massachusetts confirmed

By , Globe Staff

A third human case of eastern equine encephalitis infection has been confirmed in Massachusetts, the state Department of Public Health said Friday.

Supreme Court wants AG Healey’s office to respond to Michelle Carter’s request for high court review

By , Globe Staff

The US Supreme Court has asked Attorney General Maura Healey’s office to respond to a request from Michelle Carter to have the nation’s highest court review her involuntary manslaughter conviction for goading a teenager to commit suicide in 2014.

Federal patent officials reject Tom Brady’s ‘Tom Terrific’ trademark application

By , Globe Staff

The US Patent and Trademark Office informed lawyers for Brady’s company that its request to trademark “Tom Terrific” was being refused in part because the nickname’s too closely linked to Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver.