Caitlin Sinett, WPMT FOX43

Caitlin Sinett

WPMT FOX43

York, PA, United States

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Past articles by Caitlin:

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 on Hunter Creek Drive in Conewago Township. Joe Griffin, a neighbor, said, "Detective Suiter was just a very nice man. → Read More

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. → Read More

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. → Read More

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. → Read More

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. → Read More

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. → Read More

Piece of tainted Halloween candy discovered in Lancaster Co.

COLUMBIA, Pa. -- Parents are being asked to keep an eye on their children's Halloween candy, after a woman found a tainted piece in Columbia. The Creasy family was trick-or-treating on Halloween near the 600 block of Walnut Street in the borough. → Read More

Drivers cautioned to look out for deer during mating season in Central Pa.

YORK COUNTY, Pa. -- Deer mating season is here, which means deer are out looking for love. "They're running around not thinking obviously about whether they're running across a road or anything," Fritzi Schreffler, a spokesperson for PennDOT, said. Which is bad news for drivers. → Read More

Neighbor plays music in protest during taps in Glen Rock

GLEN ROCK, Pa. -- The taps controversy in Southern York County took a turn. As Glen Rock Borough Council members and Naval Lt. Cmdr. Joshua Corney try to reach a compromise, one neighbor is protesting. → Read More

No animals injured after chicken house fire in Adams Co.

READING TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Firefighters responded to a chicken house fire in Adams County Sunday evening. Authorities said the fire started in the middle of the chicken house on Rife Road in Reading Township around 5 p.m. → Read More

Center for Traffic Safety warns people about drunk driving on Halloween

SPRINGETTSBURY TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Officials are warning people about the consequences of drinking and driving, especially during the week before, of and after Halloween. → Read More

Hershey Bears Pink The Rink raises money for American Cancer Society

DERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- The Hershey Bears added a new color to their normal chocolate and white Sunday night. The Bears teamed up with Mixed-Up Productions and FOX43 for the sixth annual Pink The Rink event. → Read More

Hoverboard fire in York Co. leaves 13 homeless, multiple homes destroyed

MANCHESTER, Pa. — Four homes were damaged and at least 13 people are homeless after a fire destroyed a town home in York County. Officials said a hoverboard caught fire and spread through the house in Manchester. Neighbors said Jacqueline Brooks lived in the home with six kids. → Read More

Gettysburg Blue-Gray Half Marathon supports paralyzed veterans

STRABAN TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Hundreds of people raced for a cause in Adams County in the annual Blue-Gray Half Marathon and 5K. The race supports the Paralyzed Veterans of America. → Read More

Police looking for driver who hit teen on bike in Lancaster County

PEQUEA TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- A teenager was taken to the hospital after he was hit by a car in Lancaster County. Two boys were riding their bikes on Millwood Road in Pequea Township Saturday night. Police said the boys' bikes did not have lights. → Read More

Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline protesters arrested after standing in way of backhoe

WEST HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline protesters were arrested while trying to stop construction in West Hempfield, Lancaster County. Melinda Harnish Clatterbuck, a protester, said, We have the right to clean air and clean water and a healthy future. → Read More

Sweet Pea Project in Lancaster County remembers babies who passed away

LITITZ, Pa. -- Hundreds of people across Central Pennsylvania gathered to remember babies who died from miscarriages, stillbirths or in infancy. At the eighth annual Sweet Pea Project, 175 names were read in honor of National Remembrance Day. → Read More

Street to Strip gives young drivers taste for speed without endangering others

SOUTH MIDDLETON TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- And they're off! The Street to Strip community youth program gave young drivers a taste for speed, without endangering other drivers on the road. Lower Allen Township Cpl. Matthew Claeys said, "I've seen plenty of fatal crashes with racing involved. → Read More

Pennsylvania governor announces GO-TIME savings

HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced more than $200 million in state savings for the 2016-2017 fiscal year. Through GO-TIME, which stands for the Governor's Office of Transformation, Innovation, Management and Efficiency, Wolf said government operations are modernized to reduce costs. → Read More

Head lice outbreak at elementary school in Harrisburg

HARRISBURG, Pa. -- An elementary school in Dauphin County is closing for two days after an outbreak of head lice in students. Foose School in Harrisburg School District will be closed Thursday and Friday. Dr. → Read More