Biography: LauriLebo

Lauri Lebo was a reporter for 20 years. In 2000, she participated in an investigation of two Civil Rights-era murders. Her team's work led to arrests in a crime that had been unsolved for 30 years.

In 2004, she covered intelligent design's First Amendment battle. The case of Kitzmiller v. Dover led to her first book, The Devil in Dover , published by The New Press.

Lebo has testified before the FCC about media consolidation. She has spoken at the Missouri School of Journalism, Vassar, Case Western, and Cambridge University, and has won several state and national awards.

Listen to Lebo describe her first big story.