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Award-winning journalist, Kristin Haubrich, joined the FOX 31 and Colorado’s Own Channel 2 team, as a Reporter in December of 2017. Before moving to Denver, Kristin was a Reporter at KOLD News 13 in Tucson, Arizona.

But Kristin is no stranger to Colorado. She accepted her first live-reporting job at KREX in Grand Junction, on the Western Slope. She also worked as a Reporter/Anchor in Colorado Springs at KKTV 11 News where she was honored to receive the Colorado Broadcasters Association Award for “Best Specialty Reporter during Breaking News.” Kristin was also notably involved in KKTV’s 130 hours of continuous coverage during the devastating Waldo Canyon Fire in 2012.

Kristin grew up in Minnesota, working with her parents and brothers in their family-owned Dairy Queen. She graduated from the College of Saint Benedict, where she ran competitively in Cross Country and Track and Field. Kristin served as a captain and held the 1500 Meter school record. She was President of the Student-Athlete-Advisory committee and was also a Big Brother/Big Sister Mentor. After college, she qualified to run the Boston Marathon.

Kristin is thrilled to be back in Colorado! In her free time she enjoys, running, mountain biking, skiing the slopes, volunteering, reading, or hiking with her mini-Husky, Hudson.

You can send Kristin an email or story idea at Kristin.Haubrich@KDVR.com


Recent Articles
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    FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Pet owners in Northern Colorado are on alert, after poison meatballs were found in several yards in the Fossil Lake Ranch Subdivision. The Larimer County Humane Society said the raw meat was laced with rat poison. While the motive behind the crime is still unclear, if ingested – it can be deadly. “Bizarre, very bizarre,” homeowner, Susan Jin said. The Fossil Lake Ranch subdivision is filled with homes with manicured lawns. It’s a place where many […]

  • Client stiffs Lakewood hair salon when it’s time to pay

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. — A local hair salon needs help tracking down a customer who it said ripped it off. Hairdresser Shannon Gould said the woman is a con artist. She sat in the salon chair for nearly three hours making conversation. “With her whole demeanor, I never saw it coming,” Gould said. With a little cut and color, Gould takes pride in giving her clients a newfound confidence. “I love making people feel beautiful about themselves inside and out,” Gould […]

  • 98 complaints filed against Aurora pet store; state opens investigation

    AURORA, Colo. — The FOX31 Problem Solvers are getting answers about customers’ concerns with what they consider filthy conditions inside a pet store. The state has an open investigation into Pet City, located inside the Aurora Mall. “I fell in love right away. I had to have her,” Sherri Millican said. Millican purchased a chocolate poodle she named Jazzy from Pet City and couldn’t wait to get her home. But shortly after, the dog started foaming at the mouth and […]

  • Witnesses describe events in deadly officer-involved shooting on Colfax

    DENVER — Several businesses along East Colfax Avenue were caught in the crossfire on Wednesday night. Slice Works employees said they heard bullets shatter the glass. They had to board up the windows on the second floor. Erin Connor and her 2-year-old son often walk up the street to grab milk at the 7-Eleven near Pearl Street. But the routine errand took a turn for the worse on Wednesday night. “Move, get back, get back,” Connor said. Connor stepped foot […]

  • Denver Police Department launches racial data collection program

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  • Family searching for answers in daughter’s death

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  • Good Samaritan performs CPR on unresponsive baby on busy highway

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  • Wildlife experts share tips to stay bear-aware during camping season

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  • Legal expert weighs in on shooting involving Uber driver

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  • Family warning others after battery in child’s toy explodes while charging

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  • Man mauled by dogs that broke through fence in alley shares story

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