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Kim Posey is the weekend anchor on FOX31. You can also see her reports on FOX31 and Colorado’s Own Channel 2 during the week.

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!!!

Kim loves Denver. She has a busy home, keeping up with two little boys and their puppy named Lexi.

You can email Kim at Kim.Posey@KWGN.com

Recent Articles
  • Watchdog group claims it found asbestos in Claire’s makeup

    DENVER — A new controversy is brewing for Claire’s. A consumer watchdog group said it found asbestos in three of the makeup products marketed to young girls. Claire’s is denying the claims and firing back. The Colorado Public Interest Research Group said it tested 15 makeup products from multiple companies, and three from Claire’s tested positive for asbestos. “There’s no safe levels for asbestos, and so it’s unacceptable to have asbestos in makeup,” said Danny Katz, the director of the […]

  • Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit brings care to you

    DENVER — When someone has a stroke, time is of the essence. Now a specialized ambulance can respond with everything needed to diagnose, and treat a stroke on site, right in your driveway. Just a few cities across the country have these units. UCHealth has one Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit that splits time between the hospital in Aurora and one in Colorado Springs. It has CT scanner to check the brain, clot busing drugs, and a communication system that allows […]

  • 3 Colorado students are finalists for prestigious science competition

    DENVER — Three Colorado high school students are headed to Washington this week for the Regeneron Science Talent Search, the oldest and most prestigious science and math competition for high schoolers. It’s a huge honor. Alumni include 13 Nobel Prize winners. Two of the finalists are seniors at Cherry Creek High School. Isani Singh is researching Turner Syndrome, which is a rare genetic condition that affects women. She’s developed some new technology and is looking at some of the genes […]

  • Wind, dry conditions require more resources to fight fires

    DENVER — With high winds and dry conditions, firefighters at West Metro Fire Rescue say they are sending more resources to each fire. “We have more fire engines, more brush trucks and more firefighters on the ground to catch a fire as quickly as possible,” Lt. Brendan Finnegan said. He said on days such as Monday, residents need to take precautions because even the smallest of things can spark a massive blaze. That includes something as minor as chains dragging […]

  • Human resources consultant: Enough for investigation into Hancock texts

    DENVER — In some of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s text messages to Denver police Det. Leslie Branch-Wise he says things such as “You look sexy in all that black” and “You make it hard on a brotha to keep it correct everyday.” In one message, he asks her if she’s taken a pole dancing class. “Would he have also sent a message to a male detective and asked if he took Chippendales classes?” asked human resources consultant Nora Burns with […]

  • Teens to be screened for depression at yearly exams

    DENVER — The American Academy of Pediatrics is recommending that all teenagers be screened for depression at their yearly exams. Research shows one in five teens experience depression, and up to two thirds go undiagnosed. “I think we have the potential to pick up probably double to triple the number of teenagers who really are truly suffering, and get them some help,” said Dr. Nancy Lataitis, at Partners in Pediatrics in Denver. She says in the past doctors there have […]

  • Filmmaker Kevin Smith has ‘widowmaker’ heart attack

    LOS ANGELES — Hollywood director and actor Kevin Smith reveals through social media that he had a “widow maker”  heart attack Sunday night after a show in California.  He’s just 47 years old and says he would have died if he didn’t cancel his second show of the night and go to the hospital. Smith made a name for himself with the move “Clerks” which he wrote, directed and acted in as Silent Bob.  But Smith is not being silent […]

  • Pay attention to top 5 heart attack symptoms in women

    DENVER — For Heart Month doctors are sharing the top five heart attack symptoms in women. The typical symptom is pain in the chest that can radiate down the left arm, but many women don’t experience that. Instead they may feel the following: Unusual fatigue Indigestion or heartburn Pain in the neck or jaw Nausea and vomiting Shortness of breath “For women, we for some reason present differently,” said Dr. Reynaria Pitts, a cardiologist at North Suburban Medical Center. Jennifer […]

  • Student facing charges over ‘joke’ threat against 2 Jefferson County high schools

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. — There are serious consequences for a Jefferson County student who said his social media post threatening violence at school was just a joke. It was no joke to authorities, and it was a big scare for families at multiple high schools, including Dakota Ridge and Columbine. According to Jefferson County authorities, it started when a former student, who had attended Dakota Ridge and Columbine, sent a picture of himself to a friend. That friend, who is […]

  • New app tracks flu, other sicknesses by ZIP code

    DENVER — A mobile app and website called Doctors Report Illness Tracker shows users how prevalent a sickness is in a certain ZIP code. It tracks 15 illnesses with information from the past week. That information comes from diagnosis codes used at nearly 1 million doctors’ offices across the country. The information then allows users to manage their family’s exposure. The app shows a map and information can be broken down by age group and illness. “I think it could […]

  • Flu season shows signs of leveling off in U.S.; peaks in Colorado

    WASHINGTON — This nasty flu season, which has been worsening for months, might finally be leveling off. Health officials on Friday said about one of every 13 visits to the doctor last week was for fever, cough and other symptoms of the flu. That’s no reason for health officials to celebrate yet: That level is among the highest in a decade. But it’s no worse than last week, and flu activity had been increasing each week since November. The Centers […]

  • Can your love life affect your heart?

    DENVER — It’s a happy Valentine’s Day for 92-year-old Rudy Cadorna and his 89-year-old wife, Eileen.  “I bought her a card and a box of candy,” Rudy said. “Every time I pass his chair I give him a kiss, and the grandchildren keep saying get a room!” Eileen said with a laugh. The Lakewood couple got married 41 years ago, and they are still having fun. They believe their solid marriage has contributed to their long lives. “We don`t argue […]