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Kim Posey is the morning anchor for Daybreak on Colorado’s Own Channel 2. The show airs weekdays from 5-9 a.m.

She also reports for our sister station FOX31 Denver, where she was formerly the weekend anchor.

This Emmy award winning journalist has lived in Colorado for many years, and knows the area well. She’s traveled the state and the country covering everything from wildfires, to the JonBenet Ramsey case, to the Rockies trip to the World Series.

Kim came to Denver from Phoenix where she worked at KSAZ-TV as a reporter and fill-in anchor. She also worked at KRDO-TV in Colorado Springs and at KAAL-TV in Austin, MN.

Kim earned a Masters Degree in Journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. She received a BA in Political Science from UCLA. Go Bruins!!!

She and her husband Mitch love Denver. They have a busy home, keeping up with two little boys and a Great Dane named Murphy.

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    Surgeons: Throw out wire-bristle barbecue grill brushes

    DENVER — Canadian surgeons are urging people to throw out their wire-bristle barbecue grill brushes. The doctors said bristles from the kitchen tool are landing a growing number of people in the hospital. Kevin Gallant spent 18 months plagued with stomach pain before doctors found the problem: A bristle from a barbecue brush lodged in his small intestine. “I was very ill, probably as close to death as you want to be,” Gallant said. Gallant had to have part of intestine […]

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    When 'eating clean' becomes an obsession and bad for you

    DENVER — You’ve probably heard of the term “eating clean.” Many times people are told it will help them lose weight and get healthier. But some doctors are now seeing people taking that to the extremes. It can become an obsession, and people can become malnourished. Dr. Anne Lewis of the Indiana University Health Charis Center said it changes, “… to something that becomes really obsessive to the extent that people are unable to go to restaurants to eat, they’re […]

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    Beer Week: Family Friendly Breweries

    Kim Posey takes us to some family friendly breweries. It’s a trend in Colorado.  Family friendly breweries offer a place for Mom, Dad and the kids to hang out together.  At Wonderland Brewing Company in Broomfield you’ll find ping pong, pinball, soccer nets, a basketball court and plenty of board games available to adults or kids.  “We feel welcomed here,” said Cari Schnepp.  She and her husband bring their two daughters, ages 8 and 10.  “The kids can play outside. […]

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    How to create an online reputation

    Chris Ford had a 20 year distinguished career in the Air Force, but when it came time to transition to a civilian job, he realized hiring manages would not learn much about him if they searched online.  “ They may see some aspects of prior deployments or awards and things that I had achieved, but again it wasn’t really where I wanted to go.  I wanted to take that strong reputation as a foundation,  and move that into a new […]

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    Cleaning up your online reputation

    Maybe you posted an inappropriate picture, or an offensive joke to social media. That could affect your ability to get a job, since many hiring managers do a quick online search of your name.  But local experts say there are ways to clean up your online reputation.  Lida Citroen is a reputation management specialist in Denver.   She says first, delete the inappropriate photos, jokes or comments that you’ve posted.  Next, untag yourself from other people’s inappropriate posts.  “You can correct […]

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    Single Embryo Transplant

    It used to be that older couples going through IVF fertility treatments would routinely end up with twins or triplets.  It was an odds game.  If you transferred more embryos, it was believed you’d have a greater chance at pregnancy.  But a new study through the Colorado Center for Reproductive medicine shows that’s no longer necessary.  The study shows that single embryo transfer, along with chromosomal screening, can be just as successful for women over 35 as it is for […]

  • Cooking up convenience with uGrocery

    Kim Posey takes a look at uGrocery. Natalie Bailey will tell you that grocery shopping for her family of five can be expensive.  But now the Lakewood mom says she is saving big money using a new app in development called uGrocery.  “Last month I saved over $150,” Bailey said.  UGrocery was co-founded by Eva Fry,  another Colorado mom.  She says uGrocery allows families to create their shopping lists on their phones, and the app compares prices real time at […]

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    Kim Posey takes a look at Instacart.

  • Testing Your Fertility Age

    Lots of women are now choosing to put off children until later in life, but doctors say fertility does start to decline in your 30s.   So how long can you wait? A test being offered at the Colorado Center For Reproductive Medicine could tell you just how much time you have left on your fertility clock. The Fertility Assessment Program offers women under 40 years of age valuable information about their fertility health. Our producer, Annalisa Blanco, went through the […]

  • Panel of kids and moms test brand name vs. non-name brand products

    Brand name vs. generic: Is there a difference?

    DENVER — What do you buy at the grocery store?  Generic or name brand?  We took a look the difference in price, taste and nutrition by putting several family favorite foods to the test. We asked 14 local moms and kids to participate in a taste test. The group sampled peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, macaroni and cheese, apple sauce, cheese and crackers, and ice cream. They tasted a brand name of each, and the generic equivalent from Safeway, King […]

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    Controversial test allows parents to test embryos for genetic disorders

    DENVER — Families who want to have a baby, but are fearful of passing on a genetic disorder, now have more options. A controversial test called Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis allows parents going through in vitro fertilization to select embryos that do not carry certain gene mutations. With advancements in the last few years, PGD can now test for dozens of disorders. Beth White, of Golden, decided to go through the testing. Her first child, Ellie, was born with a rare […]

  • Should parents have their children’s embryos tested for diseases?

    It’s a controversial practice. Doctors can now run tests on embryos to determine of the unborn child will have fatal disorders. The tests are designed to help families concerned about passing along a genetic disease to their children.  Critics say, however, that it lets parents play God. Tonight on FOX31 Denver news at 9, Kim Posey digs into the issue, shows you a Colorado family trying out the process and exposes the pro and cons.