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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
  • New statewide push encourages parents to ask about about opioid alternatives

    DENVER — When a doctor prescribes a child an opioid for pain, many parents may not think about asking for alternatives. There is a new effort in Colorado to encourage parents to speak with their kids’ doctors, dentists and other healthcare providers about treatment options that avoid highly addictive opioids. When 16-year-old Hayden Kozlow had her wisdom teeth removed, the nurse offered her a prescription for an opioid painkiller to use after surgery. However, her mother did not want to take […]

  • The science behind ‘Yanny’ versus ‘Laurel’

    DENVER – The “Yanny” versus “Laurel” debate is taking over social media, and probably affecting productivity for plenty of businesses. There is an audio recording circulating and some people hear the word “Yanny” and some people hear the word “Laurel.” Now offices are exploding in funny arguments, and social media is consumed. Big name celebrities and politicians are weighing in. What do you hear?! Yanny or Laurel pic.twitter.com/jvHhCbMc8I — Cloe Feldman (@CloeCouture) May 15, 2018 But how is it even […]

  • Boy finds syringe in booth at Boulder IHOP

    BOULDER, Colo. — A Colorado family was shocked when their nine-year-old son found a syringe with an exposed needle in the booth at the IHOP on 28th Street in Boulder. Eric Parvin says his son pulled the syringe out from behind the seat cushion. “He held it up, and he goes, ‘What is this?’ and my wife said, ‘Put it down! Put it down!’” Luckily the boy was not stuck by the needle. “To think about what could have happened […]

  • Facility expansion hopes to help as mental health needs increase

    AURORA, Colo. – Robin Cutright’s son, Zach, fell into a deep depression about a year and a half ago.  The 26 year old from Aurora  is on the autism spectrum, but is very high functioning. “We really didn`t know how it was going to end,” she said.  “He started feeling very suicidal, and had a hard time also making good choices.” It was tough to manage.  In 16 months, Zach went to the emergency room about 50 times, and to […]

  • Billboards warn of ‘fake’ health centers

    DENVER — Some new billboards up around Denver warn pregnant women about so-called “Fake Health Centers.” They say, “In Your Neighborhood: Fake Health Center.”  There are some in English and some in Spanish. “We believe that these fake clinics are harmful,” said Dusti Gurule, executive director for the Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights, the group that put up the billboards. “They do not offer abortion care at the clinics. They in fact provide inaccurate medical information,” she […]

  • May is Mental Health Month: Early intervention is critical

    DENVER — May is Mental Health Month, according to a declaration from the governor’s office. The proclamation highlights the importance of early intervention and treatment, saying “it starts with kids.” One of the young speakers at the event was 19-year-old Jordan Yates, who is a student at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. She speaks openly about her battle with depression and hopes to encourage other people to get help. When Jordan was 13 years old she started noticing […]

  • Denver fourth-graders start petition to end swearing

    DENVER — Usually, it’s the adults telling the kids not to swear.  But now it’s the kids scolding the adults. Fourth-grade students at Carson Elementary School in Denver are letting adults know they don’t like our cursing. “It honestly makes me feel uncomfortable,” a student said. “I’ve heard adults cursing, and it really just makes me grimace,” 10-year-old Sonja Hammond-Smith said. The class started the Bleeping Campaign to end swearing and they are getting a lot of attention. They’ve made […]

  • What to do with the kids with schools closed for teacher walkouts

    DENVER — With teacher rallies at the state Capitol on Thursday and Friday, many districts have canceled school and thousands of families are trying to figure out what to do with their kids. “I know people are trying to decide is mom taking off? Is dad taking off?” said Jennifer Neeley, an Aurora parent. Kids Town drop-in day care in Parker is prepared. “I’m expecting calls anywhere from tonight all the way up until Friday for people that are in […]

  • April is National Donate Life Month

    April is National Donate Life Month.  It’s a time to raise awareness about the importance of organ, eye and tissue donation. That’s something Justin Wilson’s family knows about.  The IndyCar driver and Colorado resident died in a freak accident in 2015 during a race at Pocono Raceway.  A piece of debris from a crash ahead flew back and hit his head.  He later died. It was a devastating time for his younger brother, Stefan, who is also an IndyCar driver.  […]

  • FBI increases reward for information in case of missing teenager

    AURORA, Colo. — The reward for information about the whereabouts of a missing Aurora teenager has been increased to $15,000. Lashaya Stine was last seen at 2:30 a.m. near Peoria Street and Montview Boulevard on July 15, 2016. She was 16 years old at the time. Her mother hopes the increase in reward money will prompt someone to come forward with information. “Money talks,” Sabrina Jones said. She fears her daughter might have been forced into prostitution. “She needs to […]

  • How the Firestone explosion affected home prices

    FIRESTONE, Colo. — One year after a home explosion in Firestone, many people are wondering how the tragedy impacted the home prices in the Oak Meadows subdivision. Officials say the explosion was caused by gas leaking from a broken flow line, owned by Anadarko Petroleum.  It has been closed and repaired. “I hope it doesn’t affect me trying to sell the property,” said Daniel Jones, who lives in the same subdivision and just put his house on the market. He […]

  • Do you have a living will?

    Have you ever told your family what you would want if you were suddenly incapacitated or died?  Do you have a living will or a medical power of attorney? Monday is National Healthcare Decisions Day, and time to start the conversation. National Healthcare Decisions Day exists to inspire, educate and empower the public and providers about the importance of advance care planning. It’s something Katie Doble has addressed.  The 36 year old Denver woman is living with stage four cancer.  […]