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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
  • Toddler having a tantrum? Call in for advice

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. – As parents there are many times we wish we had an instruction book that came with our children. But now, if your toddler is having a tantrum, Kaiser Permanente families can set up a call on a “parent hotline” of sorts. Trisha King, a Centennial mom, has used the service multiple times to help with her son Roman, who is now 20 months old. She’s had questions about sleep issues, eating issues and behavior issues. “I was […]

  • Strokes in young people are on the rise

    LITTLETON, Colo. — Strokes in young people are increasing at an alarming rate, and unfortunately 70 percent of young Americans are not familiar with stroke symptoms. At the Rocky Mountain Stroke Center in Littleton, people of all ages are able to get different therapies when their insurance benefits have run out. Joanne Heim is there every week.  The mother of two, living in Highlands Ranch, was just 38 years old when she had a massive stroke. She was running on […]

  • Staged procedure helps back patients

    DENVER — Brian Caldwell is back on the golf course, and feeling good thanks to a unique back procedure.  Watching him play golf, it’s hard to believe that just last year the Centennial father was in so much back pain, that he couldn’t function.  “The quality of life was just miserable,” Caldwell said. Brian had had several spine surgeries for a pinched nerve, and then developed a very serious staph infection that required another surgery to clean it out.  “My […]

  • Cancer survivor needs gestational carrier to have a child

    PARKER, Colo. — Since the day they were married, Paige and Jeff McCoy planned on having a family. “This was our dream,” Jeff said. But life threw this couple from Parker challenge after challenge. First, Jeff needed lung surgery, then they needed infertility treatments. They got through it, and ended up with three normal embryos. “We were pretty excited,” Paige said. But days before the transfer, Paige wasn`t feeling very well and went to the doctor. “She sent me to […]

  • Controversial weight-loss procedure offered at University of Colorado Hospital

    AURORA, Colo. — A new Food and Drug Administration-approved weight-loss procedure is available at University of Colorado Hospital. It is controversial, and some might find it a little gross, but the doctor and patients say it works. Dr. Shelby Sullivan is the director of the Gastroenterology Metabolic and Bariatric program at the hospital and is offering the AspireAssist weight-loss procedure. She was involved with the clinical trials and believes this is a good option for patients wanting to lose 50 to […]

  • New weight-loss therapy offered in Colorado

    AURORA, Colo. — A new Food and Drug Administration-approved weight-loss procedure is now available in Colorado. It requires no surgery and no real downtime, but patients do have to swallow three balloons. Dr. Shelby Sullivan at University of Colorado Hospital is offering the Obalon balloon system. Kae Yoder was the first patient in the state to go through the process. “They place three balloons in your stomach to help you feel full, and you just can’t eat as much,” she […]

  • New procedure for sleep apnea

    AURORA, Colo. – So many people who suffer with sleep apnea have to use the big and bulky CPAP machines to breathe when they sleep. But new technology is now available that can be implanted in the chest and neck, so that no mask or hose is needed. Dr. Katherine Green, the Director of Sleep Surgery at University of Colorado Hospital, is offering the new Inspire device. Mike Alderson of Highlands Ranch is one of the first patients. In the […]

  • 3-D printer helps improve radiation treatment

    GREELEY, Colo. — Doctors at North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley are some of the first in the country to use a 3-D printer to help treat cancer patients.  The doctors create a custom 3-D printed mold of the part of the body that needs radiation. The technology that the radiation oncologist uses is amazingly precise, but the material they use to fit over the skin during radiation had room for improvement. To administer radiation, doctors use a bolus, or […]

  • Why and when you should ask for a second medical opinion

    DENVER — A recent study at the Mayo Clinic found that 88% of patients referred by a primary care doctor to their internal medicine division, had their original diagnosis changed or refined. That number is significant to local doctor, Eric Liu, of the Sarah Cannon Research Institute at Presbyterian St. Lukes’s Medical Center in Denver. “Making the right diagnosis is the only way you can get the right treatment,” he said. He believes patients need to be their best advocates, […]

  • New public health campaign aims to get Coloradans talking about mental illness

    DENVER — This month a new public health campaign called “Let’s Talk Colorado” is tackling the stigma surrounding mental illness. One in five people suffers from some sort of mental health condition, but many don’t feel comfortable talking about it or seeking treatment. This campaign hopes to change that. Keith Peterson is someone who knows all too well just how important that is. His son KC was diagnosed with bi-polar disorder in his early 20’s. “He had mood swings, heavy […]

  • The devastating impact of strokes and what you can do to help prevent them

    DENVER — As American Stroke Month gets underway, doctors want us to know that stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in this country, and the number one cause of disability. Steve Rydalch knows all about the devastating impacts of stroke. At age 27, he spent his free time climbing Colorado’s 14ers. The Parker man thought he was the picture of health until he was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect and needed surgery. But the surgery did not […]

  • 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 […]