Meet KY3 Multi-Media Journalist Caitlin Sinett.
Caitlin comes to KY3 and KSPR as our Arkansas bureau reporter. She covers all six north Arkansas counties in our coverage area.
Before she joined us in the Ozarks in December 2017, she worked for two years at FOX43 near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania as a multimedia journalist.
She’s originally from sunny south Florida and went to school at the University of Florida (Go Gators!).
Caitlin wants to make sure you are aware of what’s going on in your community and would love to hear your stories.
To send her your stories, you can email her at Csinett@ky3.com
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