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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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    WOODLAND PARK, Colo. – The search intensifies for a missing Colorado mother who has not been seen since Thanksgiving. Woodland Park Police said the young mother was last seen publicly on surveillance cameras shopping at the Safeway in Woodland Park with her daughter on Thanksgiving. Officers said she later exchanged her daughter with her fiance. But ten days passed before Kelsey Berreth was reported missing. “Kelsey we just want you home. Call us if you can. Someone knows where she’s […]

  • Loveland police searching for 2 persons of interest after puppy stolen from pet store

    LOVELAND, Colo. — The Loveland Police Department is investigating after a puppy was stolen from a pet store earlier this month. LPD is hoping the community can help investigators identify two people suspected to be involved. Police say on Sunday, Nov. 18, a “Morkie” puppy was stolen from the Town and Country Pet Store on South Cleveland Avenue just south of East 1st Street. Those who recognize the persons of interest are asked to contact LPD Officer Marion at 970-962-2502 […]

  • Northern Colorado Humane Society hit with potential deadly bacterial outbreak

    WELD COUNTY, Colo. — If you are looking to adopt a dog, be cautious. There is a potentially fatal bacterial outbreak at a Northern Colorado animal shelter. “We are very compassionate because we’ve had to watch the animals die,” Elaine Hicks with the Humane Society of Weld County said. The Humane Society of Weld county was hit with an outbreak of “Strep Zoo.” It’s a bacterial infection that’s most commonly found in horses but can spread to dogs. “It’s a […]

  • Weld County students and staff targets of multiple bomb threats again

    JOHNSTOWN, Colo. – For two days now students and staff in northern Colorado are once again the target of multiple bomb and shooting threats. Many parents told FOX31 they kept their children home from school on Wednesday because they worried about their safety. “My son said we’re on lockout, there’s been threats and I’m scared. I’m nervous,” parent Amanda Nix said. Active shooter threats, student walk-outs, schools surrounded by police – all this leaves parents on edge. “We need to […]

  • Roosevelt High School in Johnstown evacuated due to threats

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  • Denver-area woman creates quilts for family of fallen deputy Zackari Parrish

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  • Littleton apartment complex damaged in fire deemed uninhabitable

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  • Family of man who died in Littleton apartment fire helping displaced tenants

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  • Family needs help paying for Vietnam veteran’s funeral

    LONGMONT, Colo. — The family of a local Vietnam veteran needs your help. Their father died Sunday, and they say they do not have enough money to give him a proper military burial. “Alexander liked my handwriting,” widow, Lea Kehm said. It’s a unique love story, that started with the stroke of a pen. “They would ask the young single girls if they’d be willing to write letters and send cookies at Christmastime to the guys in Vietnam,” Kehm said. […]

  • Firestone King Soopers evacuated for police investigation

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  • Man who died in Littleton apartment fire was Vietnam veteran, family says

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  • Former student sues school administrators, claims grades dropped after reporting sexual harassment

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