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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
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    Parents’ roles blur when they try to balance work with time with kids

    DENVER — The family dynamic is changing, and bringing with it some new challenges.  In this economy, more mothers are working outside the home, and more fathers are helping with the kids and doing household chores. Dads like Jack Lyle.  We caught up with him at 6:30 p.m. on a Monday night.  He had just wrapped up work, and was in Centennial watching his son Jake’s lacrosse practice.  He was also keeping a close eye on his younger son, Cooper. […]

  • Weather Service improves warnings to describe impact

    DENVER — The Oklahoma tornado reminds us why warning systems are so important. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Boulder say they are changing their warnings to include more detail. Some of the warnings may include terms like catastrophic, or life-threatening.  “Catching the attention of people with more information is part of this whole impact based approach,” said Robert Glancy. The warnings will also be more specific, letting people know if a tornado has been confirmed by spotters, or […]

  • How your artery age can help predict your risk for heart attack

    DENVER — Heart disease is the number one cause of death for women in the United States. With that in mind, many women regularly get their cholesterol and blood pressure checked. But there is another quick and easy test that doctors say can tell you the age of your arteries — and your potential risk for heart disease. We found three women to take an artery age test at the Boone Heart Institute in Denver. The youngest patient was Elizabeth […]

  • Children’s Hospital test helping children find their ZZZs

    DENVER –Twenty percent of all children suffer from some type of sleeping problem. Some of those problems can leave them tired and un-focused, possibly affecting their grades and behavior. Desperate for help, many parents are now turning to over-night sleep studies, hoping to get some relief for their kids. One of those families brought their 9-year-old daughter, Isabella, to the Sleep Center at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Her mom, Tiffany, says Isabella has had trouble sleeping for years. “She gets up […]

  • Parents test drive program to monitor kids’ social media activity

    With Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, it can be hard to keep up with all of your kids social networks and text messages. But there are services available that will help parents monitor what their kids are up to.  Social Scout is one of those products. Kasie Pinkard, a mother from Thornton, tested the product for FOX31 Denver.  Her 13-year-old son, Darren Breci, spends a lot of time on his phone, and  Kasie wanted to make sure he is safe and […]

  • Walmart, King Soopers, Safeway: Which is the cheapest?

    DENVER — We all know those runs to the grocery store can really add up and affect our budget, but it’s hard to know which stores offer the best prices. So FOX31 Denver decided to put together a price challenge.  We made a list of 10 staple items, and we shopped at three different stores — Safeway, King Soopers and Walmart. We bought the same basic things at each store on three different weeks, and then we compared the prices. […]

  • Vision therapy helps solve major vision problems

    Vision therapy helping correct poor vision

    DENVER — Many parents don’t know what to do when their child has 20/20 vision, but still complains of headaches and just can’t seem to track words across the page when reading . Many parents are now turning to vision therapy, a series of eye exercises that studies show can be helpful for some conditions. Macey Webber is one of those people who says vision therapy works for her.  The 14-year-old from Jefferson County used to have double vision and […]

  • Tips for parents to talk to kids about Boston Marathon bombing

    Lone Tree is a long way from Boston, but 8-year-old Jackson Bailey and his little brother Max are feeling the impact of the Boston Marathon explosions just the same. “I was actually pretty sad, and pretty scared,” Jackson said. His mom, Hannah Bailey, was in Boston and had just finished the race when the blasts happened. Her parents are taking care of the kids and say Jackson has asked a lot of questions. Child psychologist, Dr. Sheryl Ziegler, says when […]

  • We want to hear from you

    Parents, has one of your children ever participated in an Instagram beauty contest? The popular photo-sharing site has become a popular way to trade pictures.  Now a new trend has developed where users set up beauty pageants using young girls as participants. Some are as young as 12 or 13. If you know someone who has participated in one of these pageants, we want to hear from you. Use the form below and tell us about it.

  • Protect your plants, pipes from cold and snow

    Expecting several inches of snow, Richmond Manley wastes no time bringing his potted flowers into the garage of his Centennial home. He also trimmed the bushes and covered some of the blooming flowers in the front yard. “We had some flowers show up early this year, so I covered them up, so hopefully they will last longer than just a few days,” Manley said. He also laid fertilizer, hoping the snow will help it soak in. Experts at Tagawa Gardens in […]

  • Colorado patients praise Obama’s $100M plan to research the brain

    President Obama unveiled a $100 million initiative to study and map the brain Tuesday. If successful the research could help find treatments and cures for diseases like epilepsy, Alzheimer’s and more. “Imagine if no family had to feel helpless watching a loved one disappear behind Parkinson’s, or struggle in the grip of epilepsy,” the president said. Five million people suffer from Alzheimer’s disease at a cost of $200 billion a year.  John Wells of Centennial is one of them. His […]

  • Girls’ bake sale raises money to rebuild park in Jessica Ridgeway’s memory

    WESTMINSTER, Colo. — It’s been six months since 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway was abducted and killed while walking through her Westminster neighborhood, but her community is still working on a fitting way to remember her. Donations for the Jessica Ridgeway Memorial Park are still coming in, and Monday two young sisters did their part to help out. Sami and Elly held a bake sale at Front Range Community College in Westminster. They sold out in 30 minutes and raised more than […]