• Follow me on:

Kim Posey is a reporter on Colorado’s Own Channel 2. You can see her reports daily on Channel 2 News at 4 p.m.

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.

Recent Articles
  • Consumer Report: A guide to buying glasses online

    DENVER — Thatiana Medina has an eye exam every year. And that often means she`ll be on the hook for new glasses. “It could be a 200 to 500 dollar cost for one pair of frames,” she said. A lot of people still buy glasses the old fashioned way, at the doctor`s office or at a local eyewear store . Consumer Reports says you may get more attention there, but according to a survey of its readers you may also […]

  • 5 responsible ways to spend your tax refund

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — It is tax season, and more than 70 percent of taxpayers will receive refunds. The average refund is almost $3,000! You may be dreaming of a vacation, or a new car, but money managers say slow down. That kind of money can make an impact on your financial goals. Todd Hauer, a wealth advisor at Morgan Stanley, has five good options for what to do with that refund. Pay down credit card debt Paying off $3,000 in […]

  • National Kidney Foundation awards grant to local dietitian

    AURORA, Colo. — It is Kidney Awareness Month and the National Kidney Foundation wants to spread the word about bone disease in infants with chronic kidney disease, and a new research grant that could help these young patients. The National Kidney Foundation awarded the $70,000 grant to Abbey Eldridge, a pediatric renal dietitian at Children’s Hospital Colorado to study the subject.  There are currently no standardized guidelines for treatment and she and her colleague, Dr. Jens Goebel, want to develop […]

  • Green alternative for funerals coming to Lafayette

    LAFAYETTE, Colo. – A natural funeral home, offering green alternatives for the end of life, plans to open its doors in Old Town Lafayette in June. “It`s the first of its kind in Colorado,” said Prescott Knock, with The Natural Funeral: Living Arts Center. “We are offering a completely natural, green approach to end of life, and the full support system,” he said. The owners will offer pine wood caskets, or simple silk shrouds for burial, and there will be […]

  • The days you should buy certain products

    DENVER — A big chunk of most families’ budgets goes toward food. Now a Denver-based mobile shopping app called “Ibotta” has put together a list of the best days to buy certain products. To use the Ibotta app users scroll through the rebates offered at the store of their choosing. They unlock the rebate, and scan the bar code. After their purchase, they take a picture of their receipt to send in, and the cash back is sent right to […]

  • Number of mumps cases rises; Are you immune?

    DENVER — The number of mumps cases in Colorado has increased to 53 so far this year. That’s compared to just 17 cases in all of last year. Many people want to make sure they are protected. There are labs that offer blood tests they say will tell you if you are immune. Like many people, I had all of my shots as a child and assumed I was protected. But, I don’t have the documentation, so I got the […]

  • Should parents post photos of their kids on social media?

    DENVER — Julie Nordstrom likes to share pictures of her three children on Facebook. “Our relatives, and friends, and family that are far away can keep up with us and see the kids, and I feel like we are all kind of closer because of that,” Nordstrom said. Plenty of other parents do the same. In fact, a recent survey found that a parent on average will post about 1,000 pictures of their child before age 5. So many parents […]

  • Local doctors react to jump in colorectal cancers in patients under age 50

    AURORA, Colo. — An article published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute this week shows that while the overall rate of colorectal cancer has been falling dramatically, there’s been a steady rise in cases among people under age 50. One of those patients is Elise Heiberg. The mother of two from Fort Collins was diagnosed with colon cancer at the age of 39. She needed surgery and multiple rounds of chemotherapy and radiation. “My life has been turned […]

  • Baby boxes given to parents for infants to sleep in

    DENVER — Every year about 3,500 infants die from sleep related incidents in this country. Now local public health officials are hoping to bring those numbers down by distributing cardboard boxes for babies to sleep in. Hundreds of the boxes were given out for free at the Baby and Kids Experience Expo in Denver. Now other partners like Denver Public Health will develop a plan to give out the rest. The baby sleep boxes are about the size of a […]

  • Colorado Researchers help with Artificial Pancreas System for Type I Diabetes Patients

    AURORA, Colo. — If you live with type I diabetes, you spend a lot of time monitoring your blood sugar levels, but a new device and research being done right here in Colorado, could change that. The Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes at CU Anschutz in Aurora has been a hub for clinical trials for the first ever approved artificial pancreas system. Liam and Marin Ray took part in one of the trials. The 10 and 7-year-old siblings from Denver […]

  • Englewood teen makes a difference during American Heart Month

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — It is American Heart Month, and an Englewood teenager is really making a difference by sharing the story of her heart condition. “My heart is actually on the right side of my body, and when I was born I also had a hole in my heart,” said 18-year-old Sofia Montoya, a senior at Englewood High School. She was born with Holt-Oram Syndrome. She needed open heart surgery at just five months old. She needed a pacemaker at […]

  • 7 things pediatricians want parents to stop doing

    DENVER — Taking care of a newborn can be tough. “It’s scary to be a new mom,” said Zoe Widder as she played with her little girl at Washington Park in Denver. She joked she should stay off the internet when she’s worried about her baby’s health. “It always leads to you’re going to die, or you have cancer,” she said. But joking aside, that is one of seven things pediatricians want parents to STOP doing. Here’s the list: Stop […]