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's Stories
Local business gives back to African artisans, orphanage
Dreams Collect is a place where African artisans can show off their skills, make jewelry and earn a living wage.
Ft. Bragg soldiers participate in first division run in two years
The cold November air didn't stop the excitement Friday morning.
'I'm really excited:' Raleigh native Priscilla Block prepares for her part in CMA Awards night
"I grew up watching all the award shows and it's just really cool and special that I get to be a part of it in any sort of way this year."
How to keep your plants healthy in the cold
An expert from Atlantic Gardening Company talks about how to protect your plants in the cold.
TikTok star turned country musician returns to Raleigh for hometown concert
From TikTok to country music stardom, Raleigh native Priscilla Block is still in shock.
Happy Skin Project pays it forward by helping cancer patients
The love between a mother and daughter started a passion project that's helped hundreds of people fighting cancer - and it's only getting bigger.
Enrollment proposal information sessions begin for new WCPSS schools
The reassignment plan will decide which students will go to Apex Friendship Elementary, Barton Pond Elementary and Herbert Akins Road Middle School.
Gas prices are on the rise nationally, in Triangle: Here's what experts say
AAA said the national average for a gallon of gas went up a nickel to $3.32 over the past week.
Operation Stop Arm means NCSHP is keeping close tabs on school buses, school zones this week
From Oct. 18 through Oct. 22, North Carolina State Highway Patrol is putting a magnifying glass on school bus safety.
Car breakdown strands UNC patient with extremely rare condition until business jumps in to help
A family staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Chapel Hill got some great support from a local business but still needs help after an untimely breakdown.