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.

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Recent Articles
  • Winter storm could bring joint pain, headaches

    AURORA, Colo. — Wednesday’s storm will bring a dramatic drop in pressure. It could be close to a record low. Some people may already be feeling it in their joints. Dr. Ryan Circh at the Medical Center of Aurora says the pressure drop can cause some minor health impacts that are similar to altitude sickness. He says some people will also feel it in their joints. They could have sinus headaches or migraines. But what about pregnancy? Several pregnancy blogs […]

  • Colorado sees a second wave of flu activity

    Colorado, we’re not out of the woods yet.  A second wave of flu activity is making it’s way across the state. According to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, a second wave is typical.  Staff say over the past several weeks Colorado has seen an increase in the number of H3N2 cases.  Those cases now outpace H1N1 cases. H3N2 tends to more frequently affect people age 65 and older, and can lead to more hospitalizations. Doctors at AFC […]

  • Colorado Legislature aims to tackle operating room dangers of surgical smoke

    DENVER — There’s a new push to make operating rooms safer for medical professionals. Colorado lawmakers are tackling the issue of surgical smoke, which is released when a surgeon cuts or cauterizes a patient with a hot instrument. About 500,000 healthcare workers are exposed to surgical smoke each year nationwide. Medical technology companies like Stryker make a tool that has suction built into the device. “It looks just like a standard electrosurgical pencil, except one of the differences is, it […]

  • Boulder-based Popsockets spends millions keeping fakes off the market

    BOULDER, Colo. – Counterfeit products are a huge problem online, but Amazon has just launched a new program to tackle the issue. That’s good news to David Barnett, the founder and CEO of Boulder-based PopSockets.  The company makes wildly popular expanding and collapsing grips for phones and they have patents for their products.  They sold 100 million units in five years, but it hasn’t been easy, because they are in constant legal battles over counterfeits and knock-offs. Barnett believes the […]

  • Couple warns west Denver residents after puppy is stolen from backyard

    DENVER — A west Denver couple has a warning for other residents because they believe their American bulldog puppy was stolen right out of their yard. The puppy’s name is Frank. Laura Sorensen and Brian Laster recently adopted him. They say he was adorable, and had one green eye and one blue. They were so excited to raise him at their Sloan’s Lake home, but then something happened. Sorensen says she was in their fenced-in backyard with Frank and their […]

  • New laser technology replaces needle for some dental operations

    DENVER — Many people absolutely dread going to the dentist, but some say a dental laser is easing patient anxiety by eliminating the need for needles and drills. Dr.  Matthew Wimmer uses the Solea dental laser made by Convergent Dental to treat problems like cavities at his practice in Centennial. “It really has been a game changer in our practice,” Wimmer said. With the laser, he says there is no need for a needle, since there is no need for […]

  • Mom finds suicide instructions hidden in videos on YouTube Kids

    Most parents feel pretty safe letting their children watch YouTube Kids, the child-friendly version of the video platform. But disturbing videos recently found by some moms show the social media site may not be safe for kids at all. A Florida mother said she has found clips on YouTube and YouTube Kids that gave children instructions on how to kill themselves. Free Hess said the first time she saw such a video was back in July when another mom alerted […]

  • Affidavit reveals how investigators used cellphone evidence to arrest Patrick Frazee

    TELLER COUNTY, Colo. — Investigators released the affidavit for Patrick Frazee on Wednesday morning. Frazee allegedly beat his fiancee, Kelsey Berreth, to death with a baseball bat after failing to persuade a woman he was having an affair with to commit the killing, but later convinced her to help him cover up the crime by cleaning up the bloody crime scene before he burned the victim’s remains, investigators said during a dramatic court hearing on Tuesday. *WARNING: Affidavit contains graphic […]

  • Colorado fertility clinic offers low cost IVF

    The cost of fertility treatments can be eye-popping for people struggling to have a baby.  But one Colorado doctor started a low-cost, high-volume clinic, hoping to give more people the ability to have a family. “My philosophy was, how do we give access ?” said Dr. Paul Magarelli at High Quality Affordable Fertility Centers in Colorado Springs.  He’s on a mission to bring down the price of IVF. “When I turned 60 I sort of looked at my life,” Dr. […]

  • Striking DPS teachers, supporters march from East High School to Civic Center Park

    DENVER — Striking Denver Public Schools teachers and their supporters marched from East High School to Civic Center Park and the Denver Central Library Tuesday. The large group stretched for blocks. Marchers chanted and held signs. At Civic Center Park, they filled into the amphitheater for a spirited rally. “Our students deserve quality teachers in every classroom, and too many teachers are leaving to neighboring districts because they can’t afford to live in Denver,” one marcher said. The group says […]

  • Arvada officer enjoying fame following Super Bowl ad

    ARVADA, Colo. — One Arvada police officer is enjoying a of celebrity after appearing in a regional Super Bowl ad. You probably saw the Ford commercial in which the auto company announced it was partnering with Shield 616 to provide 17 protective kits for Arvada Police Officers. Sgt. Chris McCoy was featured in the ad. “Shooting the commercial, again, was an honor because it’s all about highlighting the hard work that officers, police officers, deputy sheriffs, the others in law […]

  • 5 changes to the tax law that could affect you this year

    DENVER — It’s tax time, and this year, filing income tax returns will be a little bit different due to President Donald Trump’s tax reforms. “We are getting lots of phone calls right now from people that aren’t quite understanding the tax reform,” said Gerald Spivey, a master tax advisor with H&R Block in Denver. Here are five changes Spivey says everyone should be aware of: The standard deduction has almost doubled for most people. “So, if you’re single, instead […]

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