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

  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

No victim found following fire at homeless camp in downtown Louisville

In downtown Louisville, a path less traveled comes in handy during frigid temperatures

Federal employees back to work still haven’t been paid

Tie vote means Castleman statue stays put for now

Destruction through southern Jefferson County leaves behind thousand dollars of damage

Louisville boy, 10, takes his own life; his mother says he was bullied

MyTARC cards roll out, pick up speed

As uncertainty continues for government employees, local restaurants step up

Non-profit behind west Louisville development says they have been operating at a loss for months

New shelters pop up around city as metro invests half a million dollars in homeless relief

$160 million investment taking shape in west Louisville

Government employees miss first paycheck, local groups step up to help

KYTC seeking feedback on construction project to change I-265, I-64 interchange