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Kaitlin Goslee is thrilled to part of the FOX61 Good Day Connecticut team as a field reporter. She joined FOX61 from WWLP-TV 22 news in Western Massachusetts, where she also worked as reporter for the morning show and fill-in anchor.

Kaitlin began her career in journalism with internships at two local Connecticut television stations.

She graduated magna cum laude from Central Connecticut State University with a B.A. in Journalism and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Communications from Western New England University.

In her time at CCSU, Kaitlin was chosen for the Journalism Departmental Award, which is given to one graduating senior of each major. She was also nominated for the CCSU Presidential Leadership Award and was a two-time winner of the Sigrid Schultz Courage in Journalism scholarship.

Prior to broadcasting, Kaitlin was a company member of Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance, with which she toured all 50 U.S states and several countries including South Korea, Australia, Greece, Italy, and Cyprus.

Kaitlin grew up in Tolland, Connecticut and graduated from East Catholic High School, in Manchester. She is happy to continue to call Connecticut home.

Recent Articles
  • Father of hit-and-run victim in Danbury doubles cash reward for information

    DANBURY —  The father of a New York man hit and killed on I-84 westbound in Danbury announced he will double a cash reward for any information about who is responsible for his son’s death. Daniel Crawford Sr., of Brewster, New York, told FOX61 he is raising the original $5,000 reward to $10,000. “It’s all we can really afford as far as our family’s financial situation otherwise the money would be meaningless and I’d give whatever I could, but that’s what […]

  • Home-schooling parents speak out on Hartford death investigation

    HARTFORD — Dozens of Connecticut parents who home-school their children voiced concern Wednesday about a state investigation into the death of a 17-year-old autistic boy from Hartford, arguing the Office of the Child Advocate has been unfairly targeting them. Many of the parents who gathered at the state Capitol said they are upset Child Advocate Sarah Eagan and her office have recently subpoenaed records from local public school districts concerning students being home-schooled. “From what we have heard, this is […]

  • Mom who starved autistic son sentenced to 11 years in prison

    HARTFORD — A Hartford mother who was accused of starving, abusing, and neglecting her autistic teenage son has been sentenced to 11 years in prison. Katiria Tirado, 34, was sentenced Tuesday, three months after pleading guilty to manslaughter in the death of 17-year-old Matthew Tirado.  Her defense lawyer stating Tirado accepts responsibility for not getting her son the medical attention he needed, but emphatically denies intentionally starving him to death. Matthew died in February 2017. He was 5 feet, 8 inches tall, weighed 84 […]

  • Arrest made after children discovered in hot car at Manchester Walmart

    MANCHESTER — A woman was arrested Wednesday after three children she was caring for were found in a hot vehicle in the parking lot of a Walmart. Police said about  2:30 p.m., they were called to Walmart at 420 Buckland Hills Drive for a complaint of young children left unattended in a hot vehicle. They said a Walmart employee told them that the children were “infants and were screaming and crying”. Police found three young children, aged five, two and one […]

  • Summer in the City kicking off in Hartford this weekend

    HARTFORD —  Hartford’s “Summer in the City” kicks off June 2nd with the return of the Puerto Rican Parade. The “Summer in the City” series includes nine events through mid-August, many of which include longtime staples including the Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz and the Connecticut River Fireworks. In recent years, many of the events on the docket faced financial hardship forcing some to cancel or turn to sponsors for help. “A couple of years ago, facing the fiscal crisis […]

  • Meriden schools announce free lunch for all students

    MERIDEN —  Meriden Public Schools will expand their free breakfast and lunch program to all students in the district for the 2018-2019 school year. Under the USDA Community Eligibilty Provision (CEP), the school district currently provides the two free meals to all students in five of their schools, but beginning in the fall of 2018 the meals will be provided to all students district-wide. The change was recently voted in by the Meriden Board of Education. “A hungry child can’t […]

  • Flu cases spike across Connecticut

    HARTFORD  — The number of flu cases in Connecticut jumped significantly in just one week’s time, according to the Department of Public Health. The DPH released the latest flu statistics Thursday reporting a total of 2,996 confirmed cases of flu for the current flu season, August 27 – January 27, 2018. That is a jump of roughly 1,000 cases from the previous week. The DPH said there have been 812 confirmed cases in Fairfield County, 802 in New Haven County, 764 in […]

  • Filing your taxes early may protect against tax identity theft

    HARTFORD —  This tax season the experts are warning people to be on alert for tax return thieves, following last year’s Equifax data breech which compromised the identity of roughly 143 million Americans. The IRS accepts one tax return per social security number, which means you may not realize you were a victim until you go to file your taxes and ger denied. Consumer protection experts are advising that the earlier you file your taxes, the better. “It’s really a […]

  • Sexual assault allegations at State Juvenile Detention Centers triggers search for answers

    HARTFORD —  Connecticut’s Committee on Children held a hearing Thursday to probe for answers into allegations of sexual abuse at state Juvenile Detention Centers. The Committee heard testimony from the Office of the Child Advocate, the state’s Judicial Branch, and the Connecticut Department of Children and Families. The Committee’s House Chairwoman, State Representative Diana Urban, called for the hearing after a detention officer at the Hartford Juvenile Detention Center was arrested and charged in November for sexually assaulting a 17-year-old […]

  • Flood insurance – What you need to know

    HARTFORD — Communities like Kent continue to deal with flooding due to  ice jams that  have formed on area rivers, raising questions about flood insurance . Managed by the federal government, flood Insurance is designed to help the impact of flooding on private and public structures by providing affordable insurance to property owners. The goal is to have communities to adopt and enforce floodplain management regulations which will reduce the effects of flooding on new and improved structures. For more […]