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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
  • Colorado kayaker learns to walk again after terrible accident

    CARBONDALE, Colo. — For Nate White, kayaking is a passion. The 33-year-old high school teacher from Carbondale spent many days on the creek in Crested Butte. But in June 2016, one moment on the water changed his life. “This particular rapid was a 20-foot waterfall, and I kind of got pushed off my line a little bit, and landed on a rock in the landing zone,” he said.  “I couldn’t move or feel my legs.” White was airlifted to Swedish […]

  • Grocery delivery in Denver: Comparing your shopping options

    DENVER – Several companies have started offering home delivery of groceries in the Denver metro area. The FOX31 Problem Solvers compared the services offered by Safeway-Albertsons, King Soopers, Walmart, AmazonFresh, and the website Instacart to see which one offers the best deals. With three kids and her own business, Mandy Sevier, doesn’t have much extra time.  So the busy wife and mom from Arvada uses Amazon to get her essential groceries. AmazonFresh AmazonFresh costs $14.99 a month with an Amazon Prime […]

  • ‘Mom, did you ever smoke weed when you were young?’

    DENVER — What would you say if your teen asked if you smoked weed when you were young?  Would you lie or tell the truth? Many parents might be inclined to lie if they have, hoping to set a good example. But psychologists say tell the truth. Research shows it’s best to be honest. “I think you have to give them honest and straight forward information, and then get beyond that to find out why they are asking in the […]

  • How to help kids say ‘no’ to drugs and alcohol

    AURORA, Colo. — If your teenager is offered drugs or alcohol, do you know what they would say? Do they? Experts say it’s important for a parent to establish themselves as a resource, listen and even role play with their children so they are prepared. Roxy Hernandez is an Aurora mom who believes in open communication with her son Emmanuel, who is in eighth grade. If he is offered drugs or alcohol, Hernandez wants to make sure he is ready […]

  • Ketamine offers option for people suffering from severe depression

    LITTLETON, Colo. — Ketamine is offering new hope for people suffering from severe depression who have not responded to traditional medications. Ketamine is an anesthetic used in hospitals and veterinary clinics. It’s also abused on the party scene as a hallucinogenic. But now doctors at ketamine clinics in Colorado say it is helping people with depression. Jon Press of Colorado Springs is one of those people. “I’ve been hospitalized when the depression got really bad,” Press said. At times, the […]

  • 5 foods will help fight the flu

    DENVER — Getting a vaccine is not the only way to protect yourself from the flu this year. Doctors at AFC Urgent Care are telling families to add five flu-fighting foods to their grocery list. Doctors urge patients to get vaccinated, frequently wash their hands and add these foods to their diet in order to reduce their chances of becoming ill. Garlic Garlic contains allicin, a compound that is known to boost immunity.  You can crush, slice or chew garlic […]

  • Doctors debate if they should ask patients if they own guns

    DENVER — Should doctors ask patients if they own guns? The American College of Physicians says yes, it’s a public health issue.  But others say that’s a privacy violation. Dr. Comilla Sasson is an emergency physician at the Denver VA Medical Center. While assessing her patients, she’ll ask them about their mental health and about their access to guns. “It’s very important to know do you have access to guns at home? Do you have firearms? Are they in a […]

  • Digital distractions could increase stress

    DENVER — We use our phones for just about everything — from maps to food to banking. If you need it, it’s probably on your phone. But experts say all these digital distractions could lead to more stress and prevent you from enjoying in the moment.

  • New bullying prevention protocol established at Thornton school

    THORNTON, Colo. — October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and Westgate Community School in Thornton is rolling out a new protocol with students. It’s called “Enough, Walk and Talk.” “When people are being picked on, sometimes they don`t have a good way to let the other person know, ‘Hey this needs to stop,’ and, ‘I’m not feeling proper,’” student Jasmine Jackson said. If that happens, a student should first say “Enough,” and make a specific hand symbol to show that. […]

  • Cutting-edge technology helps athletes with injuries

    GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Cutting-edge technology, now available in Colorado, is helping athletes with injuries get back on track. A’Jon Vivens is a receiver for Mullen High School who has already committed to play for Colorado State in 2018. But it wasn’t an easy route.  He was sidelined during the spring track season after an injury to his leg. “It was sort of uncomfortable for me and there were  certain restrictions I had with my leg because of the injury,” […]

  • Recognize when it’s time to seek help for mental health issues

    DENVER — After the terrible deaths of two children in Colorado Springs, many people are talking about the subject of mental health. Many Coloradans have family members who struggle with mental health problems, but how do you know when it’s time to take action? Dr. Sheryl Ziegler, a psychologist at The Child and Family Therapy Center at Lowry, has some guidelines. She said if a person says they want to kill themselves or anyone else, that is an immediate call […]

  • Improving access to healthy food choices in parts of Denver a challenge

    DENVER — Improving the healthy food options in the metro area is a big issue to tackle, and it has big health impacts. Just ask Gary Pyle. He lives close to East Colfax Avenue in Aurora. With no car, he walks or takes the bus to get groceries, and with limited cash, he ends up buying food from the corner store many days. “If all you can get is junk food, then that’s what you are going to buy unfortunately,” […]