Catalina Trivino is a reporter for NBC Connecticut. You can watch her weekdays from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on NBC Connecticut News.
Catalina is passionate and interested in what drives crime and the justice system process. She also takes an interest in finding out what cities and towns are doing to try and combat it.
Through this, Catalina enjoys telling stories that not only help, but enlighten viewers.
One of the most memorable moments of her career was covering a series of unsolved murders in Alabama, where she was able to do in depth pieces with families who have gone years without answers about what happened to their loved-ones.
Before calling Connecticut home, Catalina reported at WAKA-TV in Montgomery, Alabama. During her time in Alabama she spearheaded a new franchise with the station named “Taking Action Against Crime” where she partnered with area law enforcement to cover more crime victim stories as well as crime prevention and community involvement.
When she’s not reporting, you can find Catalina hiking and exploring the Connecticut coast with her dog Meela.