Andreina Centlivre

Andreina Centlivre joined the WAVE 3 News team in December 2016 and is excited to be living and working in Louisville. Andreina was born and raised in metro Detroit and likes that Kentucky has a milder climate and a different topography compared to the flat lands of the Midwest. Before joining WAVE 3 News, Andreina worked as a reporter at WBND, the ABC affiliate in South Bend, Indiana, where she covered stories including blizzards and the growing Hispanic community. She also followed one of the largest cases of animal neglect at a horse ranch in Marshall County, Indiana. Andreina wants to tell stories that inform and inspire the community, so email any story ideas you want to share to acentlivre@wave3.com. When she's not working, Andreina enjoys running, cooking and exploring new cities.

Recent Articles by Andreina

  Marion Co. woman decorates for Christmas, city citation follows

Are white flag nights enough to keep homeless population safe?

Food truck vendors, supporters converge on City Hall to oppose proposed ordinance

Plan for Topgolf continues to move forward in Louisville

Building that once housed Doc’s Cantina now up for rent

Damage, hungry customers left behind following Fish House fire

California detectives in Louisville receive calls of a down officer in mass shooting

Will Highlands property owners tax themselves to keep streets clean?

Hollingsworth cruises to victory in Indiana’s 9th District

Efforts to increase voter turnout include rides to the polls

Police: Juvenile shot on way to JCPS bus stop

Kentucky Derby Museum debuts $6.5 million expansion

Mayor Greg Fischer calls for unity following two suspected hate crimes

More feedback needed to make decision that could drastically affect food trucks

Many neighborhoods changing trick-or-treating to Tuesday, but not all

Lawsuits filed against Louisville attorney for allegedly stealing more than $200,000

LMPD: Only victim in deadly crash, fire was driver of semi

Family of victim in fatal Watterson crash tells driver ‘David can’t come back from your drunk driving’

Topgolf one step closer to building, opponents say they will continue to fight

YMCA and Passport Health take shape in West Louisville