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 firstname.lastname@example.org. When she's not working, Andreina enjoys running, cooking and exploring new cities.
Food truck operators in Louisville say their livelihoods are at stake if they’re not allowed to park at meters. But Metro Council members who support a new ordinance say they’re just trying to be proactive.
Sergeant Ron Helus, a member of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, was one of the 12 victims in Wednesday's mass shooting in California. Two detectives in Louisville for a conference said Helus had been a friend for decades.
The deadly Kroger shooting was followed three days later by another tragedy at a Pittsburgh synagogue. The violent acts inspired dozens to gather on the steps of Metro Hall to reflect on the apparent acts of hate.