Ana Rivera - Reporter at ABC11 WTVD
Ana Rivera joined the ABC11 Eyewitness News team in July 2018 and she's waking up with you bright and early! You can see her reports from 4:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. She also reports from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

Before moving to the Triangle, Ana worked in the land of bourbon and fast horses-Louisville, KY. During her time in Louisville, Ana worked as an 11 p.m. reporter and fill-in anchor at the ABC affiliate WHAS11. She covered a variety of stories in the Bluegrass state including rising crime rates and she even got to meet country star Garth Brooks!

Ana's reporting career started at the WUTR in Utica, NY. She interviewed numerous baseball greats in Cooperstown and battled snowstorms.

Ana bleeds Orange! She was a dual -major in broadcast journalism and political science at Syracuse University. She's excited to see her Orange take on Duke, UNC, Wake Forest and NC State in some big ACC match-ups.

When Ana is not reporting she loves spending time at the beach. She grew up in Delaware so east coast beaches feel like home to her. Ana and her fiancé live in Raleigh and love trying local restaurants and exploring the Triangle.

Feel free to email Ana with your story ideas or just to say hi at Ana.X.Rivera@abc.com

Ana's Stories
NC State Fair food event starts October 15
Despite the NC State Fair being canceled, there's still a way for you to get your fair food fix.
Durham Fire Department notes increase in kitchen fires during COVID-19 pandemic
Durham firefighters said they have seen an increase in kitchen fires during the pandemic.
Doctor's see-through masks could be a breakthrough for the hearing-impaired during COVID-19
At this point, we're used to seeing people in masks but these masks are making life a bit easier.
NCCU School of Business receives a $400K grant to study racial equity in entrepreneurship
The School of Business is now looking for 25 students to be part of a fellowship studying racial inequities in entrepreneurship thanks to a $400,000 grant.
17 Wake Forest firefighters quarantined after coworker tests positive for COVID-19
About 20% of Wake Forest's firefighters are in quarantine as they wait to be tested for COVID-19.
Raleigh mayor says Breonna Taylor protesters were usurped by vandals during Saturday night demonstration; 12 arrests made
Raleigh police said 12 arrests were made during Saturday night's Breonna Taylor demonstration. The mayor said demonstrators were usurped by vandals who wanted to cause destruction.
Loose metal slices through Clayton woman's car hood while she was driving on I-40
Jessica Auer says she was driving to work on I-40 west when a piece of metal came flying at her car. The piece of metal went all the way through Auer's hood. After the terrifying experience, she says she can't help but notice all the trash on our highways.
Raleigh Boys & Girls Clubs convert to classrooms for remote learning
The Boys and Girls club teamed up with other community groups to create the FAST program - offering affordable options for families who can't keep their children home to remote learn.
Raleigh 12-year-old collects more than 9,000 diapers for families in need
12-year-old Kori Mitchell is just 900 diapers away from reaching her goal and giving gifts to families that they need especially during this pandemic. For her birthday, she asked people to give diapers.
Don't be complacent, remember your 3-Ws even when on vacation, doctors warn
Vacations during a pandemic bring about dread for healthcare workers.