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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.


Recent Articles
  • Panel of kids and moms test brand name vs. generic 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 […]

  • Embryo testing

    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.

  • Assessment shows how kids learn and live

    Assessment shows parents how their kids learn and live

    DENVER — As parents many of us struggle to know the best way for our children to learn, and what makes them tick. Jackie Insinger, a Harvard educated learning and behavior specialist from Lone Tree, says she has a new set of assessments that can help parents gain detailed information about their families. This process helped Sean and Michele Crowley of Littleton learn a lot about their 8-year-old twins Gavin and Lila. They know how they learn, what their motivations […]

  • Grocery delivery service

    What is the best grocery home delivery service?

    DENVER — With our busy  lives,  it can be hard to find time to grocery shop.  But there are some new grocery delivery and pick-up options available. At our request,  Melanie Veliz decided to try grocery delivery from King Soopers and Walmart, who just recently started offering home delivery in the metro area in October. The busy mother of four from Parker was very hopeful that this could help save her time. “The thought of not having four kids with […]

  • Flipped classroom

    Students do homework in class, lessons at night in flipped classroom

    LONE TREE, Colo. — The flipped classroom is a whole different approach to learning that some argue can improve grades, and maybe even free up some extra time at home. It’s an alternative teaching model that was largely pioneered here in Colorado, and its gaining attention across the country. Alicia Pepe, a 5th grade teacher at Lone Tree Elementary School, is one of the teachers who has made the change. Here’s how it works: Her students will watch a video […]

  • School books and classroom

    What if the traditional teaching model was flipped?

    What if the traditional teaching model was flipped? Students learned lessons at home and practiced at school.

  • Child gets a vaccination

    Some families make controversial decision not to vaccinate children

    Seven percent of Colorado families are now opting out of immunizations, and that is very concerning to public health officials. In a recent outbreak of whooping cough in Boulder, 37 people were sickened, and measles rates nationwide are at their highest levels in 15 years.  Still, there are families who believe the best choice for their kids is no vaccinations. We take a look at the controversial subject through the eyes of two families, with two very different points of […]

  • Social media bullying of teens

    Mom stunned by horrible social media bullying of daughter

    DENVER — As parents, it can be difficult to protect our kids from bullying and monitor all their social media accounts. But Naomi Lowell will tell you just how important she thinks that is. The mother from Highlands Ranch checked her 13-year-old daughter’s accounts recently, and was horrified by what she found. “Awful stuff, like go kill yourself,” the mother cried.  Lowell says there were terrible comments and threats on her daughter’s Facebook page and on ask.fm, a social networking […]

  • Controversial ADHD therapy

    Controversial ADHD treatment is alternative to medication, family swears by it

    DENVER — Nearly one in ten school-age kids are now diagnosed with ADHD, and many families rely on prescription medication for treatment. But there are alternatives, and one of those is something called bio-feedback.  It’s a bizarre looking process, and it’s controversial, but some Colorado families swear by it. Trey Whitehead’s family is one of them. The 12-year-old from Centennial says he had a hard time focusing and getting school work done. “I was kind of rowdy. I just couldn’t […]

  • Sports genetics

    Boulder company offers DNA test to measure children’s predisposition for sports

    DENVER — With so many sports options for kids, parents find themselves making a lot of decisions. Now a Boulder company is offering a DNA test that it says can measure your child’s natural predisposition for a particular sport. Atlas Sports Genetics offers the test for $169. It looks for variants in each of the two ACTN3 genes.  The company claims a variant in both copies means a genetic advantage in endurance sports like long distance running. One variant, they […]

  • concussios kids in school

    Concussions in kids: When is it okay for them to return to school?

    DENVER — With so many kids suffering sports related concussions, there are guidelines in place for when a child can return to sports. But what about guidelines for their return to school and learning?  That issue got some much needed clarification this week from the American Academy of Pediatrics in an article co-authored by a Colorado expert. The guidelines, published in The Journal of Pediatrics,  are getting national attention and  can be very meaningful for doctors, educators and families. One […]