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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
  • How to prevent cervical cancer

    LONE TREE, Colo. — New research from the CDC shows that one in five adults in this country is infected with human papillomavirus, or HPV.  That can cause multiple kinds of cancers, including cervical cancer. That’s not something 30-year-old Jenny Card ever thought she’d have to worry about.  But one day last fall, while she was shopping with her family, she started to hemorrhage.  “I had to run out of the store,” she said. The mother of two from Castle […]

  • Help Denver Rescue Mission restock the pantry

    DENVER — It’s time to restock the pantry for Denver Rescue Mission.  Last year the Mission provided more than 800,000 meals to men, women and children in our community. Now FOX31 and Channel 2 are teaming up with the Mission to make sure they get the donations they need to continue their work. April 16 – 29, the group is asking for your help through their Restock the Pantry campaign. The Mission relies on donations to feed and shelter thousands […]

  • How chromosomal screening has changed fertility treatment over the last 10 years

    LONE TREE, Colo. — It’s been ten years since the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine helped to pioneer comprehensive chromosomal screening of embryos. Since then, 3,000 babies have been born to their patients. Megan Decker hopes to join that list. The 35-year-old from Westminster came to CCRM for in vitro fertilization. She and her husband also opted for CCS, to make sure the embryos had the correct number of chromosomes before they were transferred. “We didn’t want to come this […]

  • Push for autoimmunity screenings in kids

    DENVER — Type 1 diabetes and celiac disease are the two most common autoimmune diseases of childhood, and a new program, focused on Denver, hopes to lead the way toward universal screening for kids nationwide. The mission of ASK, or Autoimmunity Screenings for Kids, is to raise awareness about these two diseases and to reduce the health risks of delayed diagnosis. Researchers hope to screen 50,000 to 70,000 kids, ages 2-17, in the Denver metro area, and make a case […]

  • Finding a kidney donor on your own

    AURORA. Colo. — When you learn that you need a kidney transplant, it can be overwhelming, especially knowing that the wait to get one could be several years. But University of Colorado Hospital has a unique program called Donor Champions that teaches loved ones how to search for a living kidney donor on their own, using things like social media. Sarah Blackney attended the class. Her husband, Dalyn, has failing kidneys and needs a transplant. The 37-year-old is a father […]

  • Five egg safety tips for Easter

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Easter is now just a few days away, and like many families, Heidi Morrison and her kids Dylan, Josie and Claire were busy dyeing eggs in their Englewood home Tuesday. “We have an Easter egg hunt on Easter morning, and then I  just throw the eggs away,” Heidi said. But what if you want to eat the eggs? Our registered dietitian has easy tips to keep your holiday safe. Suzanne Farrell with Cherry Creek Nutrition says you […]

  • Pain management class aims to use alternative techniques to get patients off opioids

    LAFAYETTE, Colo. — In a classroom at Kaiser Permanente in Lafayette, a group of patients is learning about pain management. Each person has lived with terrible pain, and was prescribed medication. Now they are participating in an eight-week pain management program, hoping to use alternative means to decrease their dependency on opioids. “I can see changes in people,” said Lynell Reed from Boulder. Years ago, Lynell was in a car wreck and damaged her neck.  Over the years she had […]

  • Man who drove drunk and killed teen in Weld County crash gets 37 years

    GREELEY, Colo. — The man who pleaded guilty to driving drunk and causing a crash on Thanksgiving morning that killed a teenager and injured one other person was sentenced to 37 years in prison Friday. Alex Rodriguez of Fort Lupton pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide, vehicular assault and driving under the influence in the death of Kyle Nackos, 19, of Severance. Family and friends of Nakos packed the Weld County courtroom on Friday. The sentencing took several hours because of […]

  • Heroin use in Colorado spikes

    DENVER — A new report released Wednesday details heroin usage, overdose and treatment data in Colorado. It documents the alarming increase in heroin related death and disease in our state and includes a survey of more than 700 users. The report shows from 2011 to 2015 the number or heroin related deaths doubled. The number of heroin seizures increased 2,035 percent, and the number of hepatitis C cases in young people who may have shared needles increased 80 percent. RELATED: […]

  • It’s National Walking Day

    DENVER — Crowds of people hit the pavement Wednesday for National Walking Day. A group of walkers got in their exercise early at Harvard Gulch Park in Denver. The American Heart Association and Centura Health partnered for the initiative. Lori Pace was one of the walkers. She has high blood pressure, and heart disease runs in her family. She knows the importance of physical activity, and thinks that walking is a good option. “You can do it any time, and […]

  • Young liver transplant recipient shares his story

    DENVER — Eleven-year-old Charlie Richardson can tell you all about his liver transplant and his big scar. “It’s pretty cool I think,” he said. He and his family from Monument can smile now, but there were tough times. Charlie and his twin sister were born seven weeks premature, and he developed a disease of the bowel that required surgeries and four months in the hospital. “He had to have IV fluids for those four months, and that can put a […]

  • Woman loses fight for sperm after boyfriend dies unexpectedly

    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — It was a race against time.  A Highlands Ranch woman is devastated after she was unable to retrieve sperm, after her boyfriend died unexpectedly. After seven years of dating, Kate Criswell and Tom Alexander were trying to have a baby. But two weeks ago, Tom suffered some heart problems and had pacemaker surgery at St Anthony Hospital in Lakewood. Then on Sunday, the 39 year old suffered a complication and died. “They don`t know what happened. […]