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
Don't be complacent, remember your 3-Ws even when on vacation, doctors warn
Vacations during a pandemic bring about dread for healthcare workers.
'You absolutely terrify me:' Victims face Raleigh Montessori School teacher as he pleads guilty to statutory rape
A former Raleigh teacher pleaded guilty on Friday to a number of charges including statutory rape and will now spend a minimum of 17 years in prison.
Family says show will go on at Christmas Lights on Holt Road in Apex
For the last 10 years, the family behind the Christmas Lights on Holt Road in Apex turns their personal home into a winter wonderland for hundreds of people to enjoy.
Trailer full of Boy Scouts camping equipment stolen from Durham parking lot
A group of Boy Scouts had their trailer full of camping equipment stolen in Durham.
Community groups donate $38,000 worth of school supplies to Chapel Hill teachers
These community groups have come together for the last 14 years to lend a helping hand.
Census workers start visiting homes in North Carolina to improve census count
It happens every ten years but no one predicted a census year would coincide with a pandemic.
OUT! Raleigh Pride Festival goes virtual due to COVID-19 pandemic
The sights and sounds of the OUT! Raleigh Pride Festival never disappoints, but this year will look much different.
2 homes a total loss from fires at Ocean Isle Beach days after Isaias
Several homes caught fire at Ocean Isle Beach on Thursday morning, days after multiple fires had to be put out following Hurricane Isaias' arrival.
Lifelong Windsor resident heartbroken after 2 friends killed in Bertie County tornado
A lifelong Windsor resident wasn't home when a tornado touched down near his home during Hurricane Isaias but is heartbroken after his two friends were killed.
Ways to protect your pets in the summer heat
It's hot outside for us, but just imagine what it's like to be a dog in this heat. Veterinarians warn this heat is just as dangerous for them as it is for us.