Lane DeGregory - Enterprise reporter

Enterprise reporter

I am a listener, a writer, a podcaster. I love embedding in strangers’ lives and sharing their stories. When I was 6 years old, growing up in D.C. during the Watergate scandal, I told my parents I was going to be a journalist. I was editor of the newspaper at the University of Virginia, then worked in newsrooms across the East Coast. Over the last 30 years, I have written more than 3,000 stories. I came to the Times in 2000 and have followed a feral child who was adopted, a girl whose dad dropped her off a bridge and a dying boy waiting for his miracle. I’ve won dozens of national awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for feature writing. I’m also a mother, a dog lover and die-hard Deadhead.

  1. Randy Mink, then mayor of Bowling Green, reacts to the Army Corps of Engineers decision to remove the generator powering City Hall.
  2. Andy Mills of The New York Times, seen here at a conference in Norway, works on "The Daily" podcast.
  3. Anthony DeLuna and Maggie Hoyle-Germann help their son Lincoln, 5, cross the road to find ducks near their home in Lutz in late August. Lincoln has a rare genetic disease which makes it hard for him to move, and impossible to breathe without a ventilator.
    Tampa boy with genetic disease has put on weight and started kindergarten.
  4. Andy Mills of The New York Times
  5. Freelance journalist Jina Moore
  6. Imagine creating a database by breaking down about 100 Taylor Swift songs.
  7. Mario Garcia's latest book will be released next month.
  8. Lane DeGregory in June, at the Fortellingenskraft conference in Norway. CHRISTINE FAGERBAKKE | Special to the Times
  9. The Becerra family - Manuel, Gabriel, Aaron, Maria, Julia and Victor - pose together before Maria's flight to Mexico for an immigration interview last year. (Photo courtesy of Victor Becerra)
    For more than a year, Clearwater family has been living 1,700 miles apart
  10. Terje Angelshaug answers Lane DeGregory's questions before a live audience recording of the WriteLane podcast.