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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
  • Watch for side effects of Tamiflu such as hallucinations in kids

    DENVER — Colorado is getting hit hard by the flu this season. So far, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says there have been 95 outbreaks. One child has died and more than 2,000 people have been hospitalized. Doctors are talking about the possible side effects of Tamiflu, after a 6-year-old Texas girl who took it suffered from hallucinations and almost jumped out of a second-story window. Dr. Kristin Woodward said her son, Nick, also suffered side effects […]

  • Study suggests ‘pregnancy brain’ is real

    DENVER — Four out of five women report some sort or mental fogginess or forgetfulness during pregnancy. They call it “pregnancy brain,” “baby brain” or “mom-nesia.” Some researchers have claimed it’s a myth, but a study says pregnancy brain is real. That’s something Caley Young already believed. The Aurora woman is 28 weeks pregnant and feeling pretty forgetful. “I ask the same questions over and over again,” Young said. The research in the Medical Journal of Australia compiled data from […]

  • How much to save for retirement at every age

    DENVER — The start of the year is a great time to take a look at financial goals. Danielle Bilbruck is a self-employed marketing consultant who is trying to save about 10 percent of her salary this year. But with rent and student loan payments, it’s tough for the Denver millennial. “I just have much more pressing bills,” Bilbruck said. So how can she stay on track?  Shelley Ford, a financial adviser at the Pelican Group at Morgan Stanley, said […]

  • The season of sickness

    DENVER – For some, it seems that everyone they work with is sick. “They cough, their throat is scratchy and it’s been hanging on for about a month for each one of them,” said one patient in Dr. Rafer Leach’s Denver office. Dr. Leach says it’s been a tough season so far.   He’s had noticeably more requests for work release due to illness.  “ I think it`s a more severe season this year just in general,” he said. He’s seeing […]

  • YouTuber apologizes for video that showed suicide victim

    A YouTube star is now apologizing after posting video of a person who had apparently killed himself in a popular tourist destination in Japan.  “I should have never posted the video. I should have put the cameras down,” Logan Paul said in part of his video apology. “I want to apologize to anyone who has seen the video.  I want to apologize to anyone who been affected or touched by mental illness, or depression or suicide, but most importantly I […]

  • Free lung cancer screening for high risk patients

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – A lung cancer screening CAT scan changed Darlene Livingston’s life.  “I had a mass on my lung,” Livingston said. The former nurse at Swedish Medical Center had smoked a pack of cigarettes a day for most of her life when her doctor suggested she get the lung cancer screening CAT scan that is now free to high risk patients who qualify. The scan found a mass on her lung that was cancerous, but it was found early […]

  • Peruvian woman hoping to avoid deportation moves to another sanctuary church

    BOULDER, Colo. – A Peruvian woman hoping to avoid deportation has now moved from one sanctuary church in Fort Collins to another sanctuary church in Boulder. The Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder welcomed Ingrid Encalada Latorre and held a news conference Tuesday. “There is no intent to hide the whereabouts of anyone including Ingrid. The authorities were informed immediately upon her arrival here,” said Reverend Kelly Dignan. Encalada Latorre has two children who are US citizens and she has lived […]

  • Colorado firefighter gets knee replacement through Operation Walk USA

    DENVER — Terry Bothern is a firefighter for the Clear Creek Fire Authority and a heavy equipment operator for St. Mary’s Glacier Metropolitan District who has had terrible knee pain for 15 years. “It was excruciating,” Bothern said. The problem was, he had no health insurance and could not afford to pay for surgery, so he just lived with the pain. “Trying to fight fires, it would sort of buckle on me,” Bothern said. But this month, his life changed. […]

  • Father Woody’s Christmas party celebrates with thousands in need

    DENVER — A 35-year-old Christmas tradition continued in Denver on Sunday. The Father Woody’s Christmas Party served about 3,000 people in need. The tradition dates back to 1982 when Father Woody welcomed the homeless into his church and the event has taken off from there.

  • 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.  […]