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

  Fischer says public safety cuts likely following tax-hike rejection

  New technology makes it easier to recover stolen property

  Add new housing to the list of new Butchertown projects

  Sales of Kentucky hemp products skyrocketed in 2018

  Mayor Fischer says budget committee’s plan is far from perfect

  Pressure mounts as construction on city projects remains at standstill

  120,000 gallons of mash from Barton 1792 tank collapse enters nearby streams

  Team trained especially for trench rescues explains the danger

  Thousands of KY teachers show up in Frankfort to protest HB 525

  Dozens attend vigil to remember victims of deadly shooting in Elizabethtown

  Local organization asks for bikes to help people get to work

  Man charged with murder after victim found in Shelby Co. home

  Southern Indiana mother keeping son’s memory alive through community change

  Working through confusion of new electronic payment method on TARC

  2 dead in Oldham County following multi-county chase, officer-involved shooting

  Suspect wounded in officer-involved shooting in Shively

  Heavy rain causes deep anxiety for some in south Louisville

  Woman who lost family member to cancer wins $300K in Louisville cancer charity’s fundraiser

  Intense flooding, sinkholes, ruined basements plague neighborhood in south Louisville

  17-year-old charged in connection to vandalism at Hindu temple