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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
  • Confusion over ‘Hamilton’ tickets in Denver

    DENVER — The Broadway hit “Hamilton” is coming to the Buell Theatre starting in February, and tickets are selling on the secondary market for $1,000 a seat. But executives say buyer beware. Those websites do not have tickets in hand because tickets have not gone on sale yet. “A lot of these tickets are actually sold speculatively, which means that these individuals are assuming they will be able to acquire ‘Hamilton’ tickets, and then sell them to the general public […]

  • Texting service will offer advice, resources to parents

    LONGMONT, Colo. — A program will text parents about free activities, games and resources in your area. Codi Jahn is a Longmont mother of three and when her son Carson was born last year, she signed up for Bright by Text. She gets two to three texts per week that are targeted to her son’s age and her ZIP code. “They just send quick little tips,” Jahn said. For example, she’ll get texts about free events at museums, ways to […]

  • Do you spend more when shopping online?

    This year researchers say the majority of holiday shopping will be done online.  That’s no surprise since it is so convenient.  But some shoppers wonder if it’s so easy, that we end up spending more! Haley Donathan is buying all of her holiday gifts online, many on her phone.  She says she set a budget, but online shopping is so easy, that it’s easy to overspend.  “I buy way too much online,” she said. Experts say that is a risk.  […]

  • Consumer warning for brides-to-be about flower company

    AURORA, Colo. — A bride from Aurora has a warning for anyone buying flowers for a big event: Do your research. Katherine McCandless purchased bouquets made from recycled materials from Eco Flower well in advance of her wedding. “I was excited. I wanted to avoid all of the preserving fees of real flowers, so I was excited to have wedding flowers that would last forever,” she said. But a few days before the wedding, McCandless had terrible news. The Utah […]

  • Cyber Monday mania sweeps internet

    DENVER — Cyber Monday is expected to be the largest online shopping day in U.S. history, generating $6.6 billion in sales.  Many people are shopping from work. Diane Winslow is doing her part.  As she gives Terese Kaske a manicure in Cherry Creek, both women are scrolling for deals on their cellphones. “I bought two pairs of headphones, batteries, slippers and a jersey,” Winslow said. If you are looking, there are deals to be had. Target advertised $90 off a […]

  • Could a saliva test one day diagnose concussion?

    LONE TREE, Colo. – A saliva test could one day be able to diagnose a concussion and predict the length of symptoms in kids. “That would be amazing,” said Sheree Mullen of Castle Rock. Her teenage son, Tyler, has had multiple concussions from football, and the last was the most severe. “When he came off the field, he didn’t know who he was.  He didn’t know where he was,” she said. But other times, his diagnoses have been uncertain. “They […]

  • These tips will help you avoid being victimized by online shopping scams

    DENVER — The holiday shopping season is here and hackers are stepping up their game trying to get your information. “You have to be extra careful around the holiday times,” said Jackie Burhans, with CMIT Solutions in the Denver Tech Center. Burhans has a list of holiday shopping scams, and tips for how to stay safe. Here is the list courtesy of CMIT Solutions in the Denver Tech Center. DANGER: Shopping on websites that don’t have security features in place. […]

  • App allows you to name your price for products

    DENVER — This holiday season, a Denver company is hoping you’ll skip the mall and try its app or website where you can name your own price. Greentoe has 10 categories of products, and you can make offers on things such as TVs, computers, guitars or work boots. There are no toys. When you find a product you want to bid on, you type in an offer. A meter will show you how likely your bid is to be accepted. […]

  • Schools fight a new drug: Pornography

    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — Experts are warning families about a new drug threatening children. It is easily accessible and highly addictive. They aren’t talking about opioids, they are talking about pornography. Some research shows the average age a child is exposed to pornography is 11. Other research shows the age is 9. Nonprofit Fight the New Drug sends presenters around the world to talk at schools about the dangers. Garrett Jonsson spoke at Cresthill Middle School in Highlands Ranch. “I […]

  • Patients get therapy through instant messages

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — In this modern world, we can do just about everything online and on our phone, and now that includes getting psycho therapy. Cornelius Kelley from Colorado Springs can sit on the couch with a laptop, tablet or phone and meet with his therapist online through Ieso Digital Health. It’s basically instant messages. “For me it’s comfortable,” Kelley said. Lincensed professional counselor Lindsay Dougherty says this is a great option for patients like Kelley who don’t need […]

  • Veteran mom needs new service dog

    LITTLETON, Colo. — Angela Williams is excited to bond with her new service dog in training, Bailey. Bailey is a Labrador mix who was donated by a family at St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church in Littleton, after Williams’ first service dog died. “It’s been two weeks without him, and yes it’s rough,” she said. Williams is a veteran and a young mother who suffers from crippling anxiety. “The anxiety will cause me to have a seizure and then it will send […]

  • Dodging the doctor could mean shorter life spans for men

    DENVER — Ladies, if you find yourself dragging your husband or father to the doctor, just know you’re not alone. Studies show women live nearly five years longer than men and experts suggest it’s because women are more inclined to go to the doctor.