I graduated from the University of Florida (GO GATORS!). I received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in business administration. I was born and raised in Florida, so I am not used to this Pennsylvania weather, and I am definitely not used to snow. I started working as a reporter at WCJB TV20 News in Gainesville, Fla., and now I am excited to be working for FOX 43!
I began working at FOX43 in November 2015.

I love talking to people because everyone has a story to share. If you have any story ideas for me, contact me at csinett@fox43.com! Follow me on Twitter @CaitlinSinett or on Facebook at Caitlin Sinett FOX43.

Recent Articles
  • Neighbors in York Co. remember fallen Baltimore Police homicide detective

    CONEWAGO TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A York County neighborhood is in mourning after the death of Baltimore Homicide Detective Sean Suiter. Suiter lived in Conewago Township. Joe Griffin, a neighbor, said, “Detective Suiter was just a very nice man. He always stopped in to say hello or seeing his kids and his wife. It’s just such a tragedy. Just an outright tragedy for this to happen to him.” Suiter, 43, was shot and killed in Baltimore while working a homicide investigation. […]

  • Radar to catch speeders passes PA Senate, heads to House

    CAMP HILL, Pa. — Speed enforcement is now on the Pennsylvania House of Representatives’ radar. State Rep. Greg Rothman said, “We have way too many deaths on highways. Too many accidents.” The bill would allow local police officers to use radar to enforce speed limits. It passed the state senate. Pennsylvania is the only state in the country that doesn’t allow local police officers to use radar. Lawmakers have tried to pass different versions of the bill into law for […]

  • Police charge Harrisburg man after deadly shooting in Carlisle

    Carlisle, Pa. — Less than 48 hours after a deadly shooting in Carlisle on Sunday, police have arrested a suspect. Christopher Williams, 25, of Harrisburg, is facing multiple charges including criminal homicide and robbery. Police said Williams went to 35-year-old Rhyhiem Hodge’s home in Carlisle to rob him Sunday. Cumberland County District Attorney David Freed said, “An attempt at robbery, an attempt to get money that led to the altercation.” Williams reportedly came into the home, took a woman in […]

  • York Police investigate deadly shooting with multiple witnesses coming forward

    YORK, Pa. — A man was shot and killed in York after what some witnesses are calling a “road rage incident.” Police are investigating the deadly shooting after multiple witnesses have come forward with their version of what led up to it. Jamie Weimert, 29, was killed in York near the intersection of East Philadelphia and Pine Street Sunday. York City Police Chief Wes Kahley said, “We had one individual shoot another individual after some altercation in a vehicle.” Multiple witnesses […]

  • York Polar Bears hockey team takes to the ice for first home game of season

    YORK, Pa. — The York Polar Bears, an American Special Hockey Team, took the ice Sunday night for their first home game of the season. Even though the team didn’t win, for the players, it’s about more than the score at the end of the game. The York Polar Bears faced off against the Lehigh Valley Polar Bears at the York City Ice Arena. Christian McKenzie, the mother of a Polar Bears hockey player, said, “We are so fortunate to […]

  • Raffle tickets handed out in Harrisburg to encourage people to vote

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — People in Harrisburg received flyers before the election. One says if they go out to vote in the local election, they get a raffle ticket where they could win $500 for an iPhone X. The other flyer tells people to not vote for current Mayor Eric Papenfuse and write in his opponent Gloria Martin-Roberts. Papenfuse said, “It’s a clear violation of election law. It’s illegal. It needs to be condemned in the strongest terms.” The flyers referenced […]

  • U.S. Army in Maryland using urine to generate power

    ABERDEEN, Md. — It’s the “pee” in power. Scientists with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory are using urine to generate power to give people in the military easier access to energy. Researchers at the Aberdeen Proving Ground found a way to combine water with an aluminum-based powder they developed to make hydrogen. The hydrogen can be used to potentially power fuel cells for soldiers. Dr. Kris Darling, a U.S. ARL scientist, said, “Being able to use a fluid that they would […]

  • Pennsylvania Democrats “livid” about controversial GOP flyer

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — A flyer has Pennsylvania Democrats outraged. Pennsylvania Democratic Party Chairman Marcel Groen said, “Parties do low blows. But in terms of judicial races, I’ve never seen anything like this.” The flyer says, “Vote For Judges Who Share Our Values And Stand For The Flag,” and on the bottom says, “Vote Republican On Tuesday, November 7th.” Groen said, “We are and we were livid. It is beyond the pale of decency. It is wrong.” But the Pennsylvania GOP stands by […]

  • Murderer convicted of crime as juvenile in Cumberland Co. to be re-sentenced; family wants justice

    HAMPDEN TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Steven Turner was just 11 years old when his life was taken in October 1981. His sisters, Sheri McMichael and Melissa Vaccaro, said, he was fun, playful and loved sports. McMichael and Vaccaro remember that fall day clearly in Hampden Township, Cumberland County, 36 years ago. They said Steven went out to ride his bike near the house and didn’t show up after being called for dinner one evening. McMichael said, “It was a very tense […]

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