Adrianne Flores joined Channel 4 News in August 2012 as a general assignment reporter.
Adrianne spent almost six years with News 14 Carolina prior to arriving at WSMV. She started as a reporter in the Greensboro newsroom and moved to Charlotte in 2010 as a weekend anchor.
With News 14 Carolina, Adrianne covered the inauguration of President Barack Obama for the Times Warner Cable network.
The self-proclaimed "news hound" got her start in TV news back in 1994 when she interned at News 12 Long Island in New York. She quickly made the jump to New York 1 News, where she wore many hats including Assignment Desk Assistant, Planning Editor, Field Producer and photographer.
She covered many high profile stories at NY1, from the shooting at the Empire State Building to the death of Bill Cosby's son.
The story she's most proud is her interview with Dr. Betty Shabazz, Malcolm X's widow, just months before the devastating fire that eventually took her life.
"Coming face-to-face with a woman who helped shape the Civil Rights Movement, was the highlight of my career," said Adrianne.
After a 2-year stint at NY1, she and her husband decided to leave the hustle and bustle of New York City behind, and moved their family to Greensboro, NC, in 1998. Since then she's worked at several stations in the Triad, including WXII and WFMY, where she produced the "Good Morning Show" for 4 years.
In 2004, after nearly a decade behind the camera, Adrianne made the jump to reporting and WXLV ABC45. When the station's news operation was shut down in 2005, she packed up, moved to Florida and worked as a freelance reporter at WTTA in Tampa.
So what does this "news junkie" love to do in her spare time? Watch TV, of course. Adrianne loves to hang out at home with her husband, Juan, and daughter, Adriana, watching movies and taking naps.
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