Kaitlin Durbin, Military.com

Kaitlin Durbin


Colorado Springs, CO, United States

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Past articles by Kaitlin:

Strangers Unite to Ensure Veteran who Died Was Not Alone or Forgotten

Unfortunately it's not uncommon for veterans to find themselves alone at the end of their life. → Read More

WATCH: El Paso County Sheriff's Office provides updates in case of missing Colorado Springs boy

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office held a news conference regarding missing Colorado Springs 11-year-old Gannon Stauch Thursday. → Read More

El Paso County Sheriff's Office scheduled to give updates on search for missing 11-year-old boy

A news conference regarding missing Colorado Springs 11-year-old Gannon Stauch will be held Thursday to give an update on the search, the El Paso County Sheriff's Office said. → Read More

New episodes of 'Colorado Cold Case' podcast coming

It’s been 14 years since 20-year-old Thomas “Tommy” Kinslow was gunned down in front of the townhome he shared with his parents on Constitution Avenue in Colorado Springs. His killer has yet to be brought to justice. Listen to The Gazette's "Colorado Cold Case" series and hear new details about this murder mystery. → Read More

CSFD paramedic known for bringing patients back from the dead

Residents have a higher likelihood of surviving a heart attack in Colorado Springs than most other places in the nation, and odds look even better when paramedic Austin Pugh is directing the care. → Read More

Colorado Springs, Denver airports open, but travel still uncertain

Despite the Colorado Springs and Denver airports reopening Thursday following the historic March blizzard, air travel remains uncertain across the region. → Read More

'The storm is over but our response is not'

"The storm is over," Colorado Springs officials were touting Thursday morning, but the Pikes Peak region is still feeling the effects of Wednesday's cyclone bomb. → Read More

State records up for grabs today as storm reaches 'bomb cyclone' status

It true Colorado style, Wednesday’s major storm surpassed initial predictions, upgrading from blizzard to full-on snow hurricane. → Read More

What is a 'bomb cyclone' and will it hit the Pikes Peak region?

A major storm expected to hammer El Paso County and much of eastern Colorado on Wednesday has triggered questions about an alarming term: bomb cyclone. → Read More

It's not the movies — El Paso County SWAT teams rarely use force

Thanks to Hollywood, law enforcement tactical units — SWAT — have developed a reputation for busting down doors and wrestling with suspects in military assault-style arrests, but records for the El Paso County Sheriff's Office and Colorado Springs Police Department teams paint a less lethal picture. → Read More

'Nobody ... alive has seen anything like this,' avalanche expert says of slides that shut down travel in Colorado

Even for Colorado's world-renowned ski resorts, which send up hosannas whenever snow falls, there can be too much of a good thing. → Read More

Avalanche danger again wreaking havoc on Colorado high country, A-Basin closed

Avalanche concerns west of Denver again are forcing closures Thursday, starting with Arapahoe Basin ski resort. → Read More

Survey: Coloradans happy with State Patrol, but not traffic safety

Traffic safety again topped the list of concerns among Coloradans, a recent public opinion survey shows. → Read More

James Alan Neal to be extradited to California to face charges in 1973 murder

Monument resident James Alan Neal is heading back to California to face charges in the 1973 death of an 11-year-old girl. → Read More

Vince Niski confirmed as Colorado Springs police chief

By unanimous vote, the Colorado Springs City Council on Tuesday approved Vince Niski as police chief. → Read More

El Paso County jail again hits a record despite efforts to reduce inmate population

For the fourth time in two years, the El Paso County jail was holding a record number of inmates last week. → Read More

Monument man arrested after DNA ties him to 1973 murder of 11-year-old California girl

A 72-year-old man who had been living in Monument for the past three years was arrested Wednesday after DNA tied him to a decades-old murder of an 11-year-old California girl. → Read More

DNA leads police to arrest Monument man in 1973 murder of California girl

DNA testing again has helped solve a decades-old murder, this time of an 11-year-old California girl whose suspected killer was living in Colorado. → Read More

Colorado Springs police rename traffic unit as part of driving crackdown

The Colorado Springs Police Department is renaming its Major Accident Unit in an effort to remind drivers that bad driving doesn’t cause “accidents.” → Read More

Vince Niski named Colorado Springs police chief after national search

Vince Niski, nominated to be the next Colorado Springs police chief, stressed Monday that he is different from predecessor Pete Carey, but he plans to move the department forward in many of the same ways. → Read More