Sara Rivest

Sara Rivest

Sara Rivest joined the WAVE 3 News team in January 2018.

Born and raised in the Empire State, she is excited to explore a new city and get to know the people who live here.

Previously, Sara worked as a multi-media journalist for ABC 57 News in South Bend, Indiana. There, she covered everything from education to crime. And snow -- a whole lot of snow.

She also spent some time working on the assignment desk at News 10 ABC in her hometown of Albany, N.Y. She is a 2014 graduate of the University at Albany.

Sara loves spending time with her family in Albany and Charleston, S.C., especially her four brothers. She has a dog Theodore and would love suggestions for dog-friendly spots around WAVE Country.

Sara is passionate about her work and is looking forward to telling the stories that matter most to you. Please reach out with any story ideas or to say "hello!"

Recent Articles by Sara

  One in 20 JCPS students is homeless; district believes many more could use help, too

  1 shot, killed inside store in Russell neighborhood

  Son of pediatrician dies after brief illness, parents attribute death to the flu: ‘It shows it can happen to any one’

  Resource officers discussed at JCPS meeting as mom of teen arrested for fighting a teacher speaks out

JCPS board talks priorities for 2020 legislative agenda

  Veteran Army colonel takes on a new challenge in the classroom

  Plans take shape for Girls of Color Academy, which is now accepting applications

  Compassionate Louisville organization expands; event highlights program at Semple Elementary School

  Educators rejoice as Beshear declares victory; Marshall keeps JCPS board seat

  Woman searched desperately for missing daughter, now confirmed dead: ‘It breaks my heart’

  Sewage leak at Harrison County Animal Control leaves animals standing in four inches of filth

  Thirty-two percent of JCPS teachers assaulted on job, according to union survey

  New stadium name and lots of rain, big talkers of Saturday’s tailgate

  Parents upset over crowded school buses; kids allegedly asked to walk home

  Changed but united, Jeffersontown reflects one year after Kroger shootings

  Sexual assault victim allegedly turned away from La Grange hospital due to lack of specialized staff

  Gold Lifesaving Medal awarded to civilian for heroic rescue on the Ohio

  Two toddlers reportedly left alone outside Clarksville day care, police investigating

  Iroquois High requests SROs for the day after principal was hit in fight between students

  Former NASCAR team owner’s death under investigation, body found in Ohio River

  Study shows connection between racial achievement gaps and suspension rates

  Harvest Homecoming fights cause ride shut down, safety concerns

  Interstate improvements and Ironman will delay downtown traffic, here’s what you need to know

  Toddler killed after falling off scooter being pushed by another child

  Third Street two-way conversion begins Tuesday, what you need to know

  Family, firefighters remember Jeffersonville’s first African-American fire chief

  Food, feelings, connection: JCPS teacher pens book about Food Literacy program

  Kentucky releases school accountability results, rating every school in the state

  Powerful song written by JCPS students asks for reparations

  JCPS board further talks SROs, plans to vote on plan by mid-October