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
  • Commerce City 16-year-old dies in car surfing accident

    COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — A 16-year-old Commerce City boy died Friday night after falling from a moving vehicle being driven by his friend. According to the Commerce City Police Department, the incident occurred about 10:30 p.m. near the intersection of East 118th Avenue and Moline Street. When officers arrived, they found the boy in the road suffering from critical injuries. He was taken to a hospital but did not survive. “Preliminary details indicate the victim had been riding on the […]

  • Students get look behind the scenes at Denver FBI Teen Academy

    DENVER — Dozens of teenagers got quite the opportunity Wednesday when they participated in the Denver FBI Teen Academy. They learned about SWAT situations, weapons, gear and technology. “It’s just cool to see all that kind of stuff,” said Hayden Minchow, a 17-year-old from Wyoming.  “I’ve always wanted to become an actual officer.” Minchow and the other students got hands-on demonstrations with gathering fingerprints and other evidence. They learned about the bomb technician program and heard real stories about being […]

  • Broncos raise money for charity at UCHealth home run derby

    DENVER — The Rockies play Tuesday night, but it was the Broncos who were challenged to step up to the plate for the UCHealth Healthy Swings home run derby benefitting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Tuesday afternoon. Broncos like Royce Freeman, Justin Simmons, Bradley Chubb and Emmanuel Sanders all took swings for charity. “It’s awesome,” said Emmanuel Sanders. “It’s my first time hitting out here.” Every time a Bronco hit a target in the field, UCHealth donated money to the […]

  • How to keep teens safe at their summer jobs

    DENVER – Many Colorado teens have summer jobs this year, and while that is exciting, statistics show that teenage workers get injured at a much higher rate than older workers. “We`ve actually seen that teenage workers get hurt about twice the rate as adult workers,” said Jim McMillen with Pinnacol Assurance, the state’s largest worker’s comp carrier. “A lot of times kids get thrown into these jobs and they don`t really recognize what the hazard is and they end up […]

  • Denver mayor runoff centers on fast growth, gentrification

    DENVER — A campaign for Denver mayor that culminates with a runoff on Tuesday has been dominated by feisty debate over how to manage a decade-long economic and population boom that has transformed the face of the city. The officially nonpartisan election pits two-term incumbent Michael Hancock against Jamie Giellus, an urban planning consultant and first-time candidate. In the campaign’s final weeks, they have also engaged in finger-pointing over sexually suggestive texts sent by the mayor and perceived racial insensitivity […]

  • It takes more than a mini fridge: How to get your kid ready to live on their own

    HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — Taylor Donaldson just graduated from Mountain Vista High School in Highlands Ranch.  In August, she plans to attend University of Colorado Colorado Springs and play lacrosse. “I got a Keurig, and I have a mini fridge now, and I feel like an adult,” Taylor said. Her mom, Cindy Staab, says she’s confident in Taylor, but she wants to make sure she is ready to be on her own. “Roommates, I mean that’s a lot different than […]

  • More companies offering programs to help improve employees’ mental health

    DENVER — We hear a lot about efforts to improve mental health for students, but many companies are now hoping to do the same for workers. For example, Fransen Pittman General Contractors has a wellness program that focuses on mental health as well as physical health. The company recently launched the “Resilient You” campaign. It’s a 7-week online course that helps workers identify stressful situations and gives them coping skills. It means a lot to workers like Neely Morrison, who […]

  • Castle Rock teen gets special graduation ceremony in the hospital

    CASTLE ROCK, Colo. — Grace Bradley had big plans for her high school graduation day. But those plans were turned upside down when the Castle Rock teenager became seriously ill with an infection. She had a high temperature and debilitating headache. She went to urgent care, then the emergency room. On Monday, she was admitted to Castle Rock Adventist Hospital so doctors could try to figure out what was wrong. The timing was awful. “I was very upset,” Grace said. […]

  • What to do with tree branches broken in late-May snowstorm

    DENVER — The snow from Monday’s storm is melting quickly, but it left behind quite the mess. Broken tree branches line many metro-area streets. The weight of the snow on the branches full of leaves was just too much. In Wheat Ridge, Eugene Pontius had a massive limb fall into his driveway. “It missed both vehicles and the house,” he said. Many people could clean up the limbs that were on the ground, but the crew at Bear Creek Tree […]

  • Colorado families shoot anti-vaping PSAs with humor

    DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. — Health officials call it an epidemic: 50 percent of high school seniors in Douglas County say they have used vape products. Now, a group of concerned teens and parents is helping to educate the community with public service announcements that are airing on local TV stations and on YouTube. The teens involved thought relatable subjects and humor would be more effective than scare tactics to get through to their peers. The teens deliver lines like: “High […]

  • Charges filed in case of teenage rugby player shot, killed in front of Centennial home

    ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. — New information was released Wednesday in the case of an 18-year-old rugby player who attended Cherokee Trail High School who was shot and killed last week outside of his Centennial home. Lloyd Chavez IV died May 8. On Wednesday, 17-year-old Kenneth Gallegos was charged in district court with multiple counts, including first-degree murder and aggravated robbery. According to witness statements in his arrests affidavit, Gallegos is one of four teenagers, including one girl and three boys, […]

  • Should students be allowed to carry cellphones for safety reasons?

    DENVER — For some parents, the STEM School shooting has really changed the way they think about cellphones in school and their child’s safety. Some schools allow students to carry phones, while others do not. In the Douglas County School District, it is a school-based decision, not a district decision. The day of the shooting, some of the STEM students ran from the school to the office building next door seeking help. Jill Krusoe was working. “The trauma that they […]

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