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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
  • Study shows possible link between high frequency digital use and ADHD symptoms in teens

    WASHINGTON — Research published Tuesday in the medical journal JAMA shows teens who spend a lot of time on their screens can exhibit symptoms of ADHD. The study looked at about 2,500 10th graders in Los Angeles over a two-year period.  The teens showed no significant signs of ADHD in the beginning, but by the end, a group of high frequency users did. Symptoms of ADHD include the inability to focus or complete a task, hyperactivity, impulsiveness or restlessness. “That’s […]

  • FDA warning about some grain-free dog foods

    WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration is warning dog owners that some grain-free pet foods could be linked to heart disease in dogs. That’s confusing to some families who were told to keep their dogs on grain-free diets. The FDA says foods with peas, lentils, legumes or potatoes listed as main ingredients could be linked to dilated cardiomyopathy or DCM. Some reported symptoms include decreased energy, cough, difficulty breathing and episodes of collapse. No specific brands are named in […]

  • DNA testing connects adopted Colorado woman with biological family

    DENVER — People who were adopted as children and want to find their biological parents have many more options than they did just a few years ago.  Online DNA testing sites like Ancestry.com and 23andMe can make immediate connections to family members in their data bases. The connection was quite a surprise for Colorado woman Albreanna Watson.  She was adopted at birth and her adoptive mother died when Watson was 17.  “I had a closed adoption,” she said.  “I knew […]

  • FBI agent accused of accidental shooting at Denver nightclub gets gun back

    DENVER — The off-duty FBI agent accused of accidentally shooting a patron in a Denver bar last month made his second court appearance on Tuesday morning. Chase Bishop waived his right to a preliminary hearing and a judge granted an exception to a protection order so he could carry his service weapon. Bishop’s lawyer, David Goddard, said prosecutors had offered Bishop a plea deal but didn’t disclose details. Goddard said the FBI strongly encourages its agents to carry guns when […]

  • Marijuana Enforcement Division considers new regulations

    DENVER — The group Smart Colorado is calling on state regulators to remove some new cannabis products from the marketplace until they are proven safe.  The group is concerned about nasal sprays, suppositories and eye drops. The Marijuana Enforcement Division discussed a draft of new rules for these kinds of products at a stakeholder meeting on Monday.  The goal is to have new regulations in place by January first. While some people tout the medicinal benefits, others are concerned about […]

  • 8 year old leukemia patient getting support from mermaid fairies

    LITTLETON, Colo. — Chelsea Craver’s room at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children is covered in hundreds of colored mermaid fairies.  They are all over the walls and doors, and more are coming in.  “I like all of them,” Chelsea said. The eight year old from Littleton is battling acute myeloid leukemia, and has been at the hospital since March 6.  What’s it like being there for so long?  “Poopy!” she said. Since Chelsea is not allowed to leave the hospital, […]

  • Annabel Bowlen, wife of Broncos owner, diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease also

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Nearly four years after Broncos owner Pat Bowlen announced he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, his wife Annabel announced Wednesday that she too is battling the progressive brain disease.

  • Growing trend in pediatric care

    DENVER — At Every Child Pediatric clinics, patients can get medical care and metal health care, all in one place.  The clinic gives mental health questionnaires to screen for anxiety and depression.  If a patient seems to have an issue, they can get help right away, in the same office. Jordei, a 16 year old from Broomfield went through the process.  “This has helped me,” he said. When he was identified, he immediately met with Marisol Velez, a licensed professional […]

  • Do’s and don’ts when hiring a contractor

    DENVER — After all the hail this week, many homeowners are assessing the damage, meeting with insurance adjusters and contractors. So how do you protect yourself from scams and liability issues? John Crawmer, a safety services supervisor with Pinnacol Assurance, has a few tips. “Be wary of somebody who just knocks on the door,” he said. He points out it’s important to hire a reputable company that is licensed, bonded and has a certificate of insurance. He says, if the […]

  • Video game addiction now considered a medical condition

    GENEVA — The World Health Organization now says video game addiction should be classified as a medical condition.  “Gaming Disorder” will now appear in a new draft of the WHO’s classification of diseases. “One can be addicted to really anything,” said Audrey Nottke, the director of nursing over behavioral health services at Medical Center of Aurora. She believes this is a step in the right direction.  “Right now we are seeing people spend up to 16 hours a day just […]

  • New app monitors cyberbullying

    BOULDER, Colo. — Researchers at CU Boulder say they have a new approach to spotting those nasty personal attacks on social media that is fast, accurate and different from anything else on the market. A new app called BullyAlert will notify parents when their child is possibly being bullied on Instagram. Shivakant Mishra is a computer science professor at CU Boulder who helped develop the app.  He says parents will receive alerts within two hours of any potential cyberbullying, and […]

  • Protesters take on oil and gas industry

    GREELEY, Colo. – Protesters took on the fracking industry Monday in Greeley, fighting the construction of an oil and gas drilling site near a school. A group of protesters gathered at Bella Romero Academy to protest the operation that’s just over one -thousand feet from the school building.  “This is not an acceptable project.  It’s dangerous for the children,” said Megan Meyer. Earlier in the day, the group participated in a heated public comment period at the Colorado Oil and […]