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
  • The health risks of using earbuds too often

    DENVER — Like many students at Metropolitan State University of Denver, Haylie Kouri frequently wears earbuds. She had no idea it could be a problem until she realized she was having a hard time hearing. “I was pretty much at 50 percent hearing and I couldn’t hear myself talk,” Kouri said. She was scared and wondered if she was going deaf. So, she went to urgent care and was told she just had an excessive amount of wax buildup in […]

  • Water polo honor given in name of boy killed in Westminster road rage shooting

    THORNTON, Colo. — A special honor was given Sunday in the name of Vaughn Bigelow Jr., the 13-year-old boy who was killed in a road rage shooting last year. The Vaughn Bigelow Jr. Sportsmanship Award was handed out at the Grier Laughlin Memorial Invitational water polo tournament in Thornton. The tournament was named after a man who worked to build up water polo as a sport in Colorado. Grier Laughlin was killed by a wrong-way driver who hit his SUV […]

  • Leukemia patient gets married at Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center

    DENVER — It was a very special week for Jose Cisneros, a leukemia patient at Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center in Denver. Cisneros and his girlfriend were able to get married at the hospital. Cisneros, 21, has spent weeks in the hospital getting chemotherapy. He and his girlfriend Kaela have two small children together and got engaged in March. But after a brief scare and a trip to the ICU, Jose didn’t want to wait for a wedding. “I just […]

  • Pepsi Center modifying screening process after Muslim woman told to remove hijab

    DENVER — The owners of Pepsi Center say security screening processes will be reviewed and staff will be educated after an American Muslim woman was reportedly told to remove her hijab or be refused entrance to the arena. On Nov. 5, Gazella Bensreiti went to Pepsi Center to watch one of her three daughters perform the National Anthem. According to the Colorado chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), an employee at will call told Bensreiti to “take that […]

  • Weight-loss surgery for teens gaining support in medical community

    DENVER — Weight-loss surgery for kids may sound controversial to some, but the American Academy of Pediatrics is now suggesting that it be considered a safe option for severely obese kids and that insurance companies should cover it. “This really liberates us to expand our resources to support them,” said Dr. Michael Snyder, the medical director of the Denver Center for Bariatric Surgery at Rose Medical Center. He now plans to expand an adolescent program for teens who are about […]

  • Coors’ Colorado connection remains powerful despite headquarters move

    DENVER — Coors was founded in Colorado in 1873, and with so much history, it may seem odd to some that Molson Coors’ headquarters are moving from downtown Denver to Chicago. “We like to say that no two entities have done more than John Denver and Coors to brand modern Colorado,” said Sam Bock, a historian at the History Colorado Center, where the exhibit “Beer Here” is currently underway. “Without Coors, you don’t have the beer industry in Colorado. It’s […]

  • Metro Denver school districts decide to open schools, then announce early dismissal in storm

    DENVER – Many metro-area school districts, including Denver Public Schools, decided to open as scheduled Tuesday, but then re-assessed by mid-morning and announced students would be released early. In DPS, middle and high school students were released at noon, and elementary kids were released at 2 p.m. Some parents were fine with the decision, but others were not. At West High School, parent Nikki Dominguez was disappointed. “They shouldn’t have sent the kids to school this morning,” she said. Connie […]

  • Denver Public Schools announce staggered early release

    DENVER– Denver Public Schools released students early on Tuesday due to weather and travel conditions. The school district announced that the middle schools and high schools were released at noon. The DPS elementary schools, including K-8 schools, were released at 2 p.m. DPS says the elementary schools were released later to give parents more time to get to bus drop-off locations to meet students. Buses were expected to drop students off at normal afternoon bus stops between 2:15 p.m. and […]

  • How schools decide to close in a snowstorm

    DENVER — Many metro Denver school districts operated on a delayed-start schedule Monday due to the weather and poor driving conditions. Now, those districts are looking to Tuesday and Wednesday, knowing they may have to decide whether to delay the start, cancel school or release students early. Will Jones with Denver Public Schools says a lot goes into those decisions. “We want to make sure that people understand that we are not doing this willy-nilly. We have a process in […]

  • Local 22-year-old with breast cancer has message for other young women

    DENVER — A local 22-year-old who was diagnosed with breast cancer is encouraging other young women to do self exams and advocate for their health. Madison Webb found the lump her senior year of college in Nebraska and says it was the size of a grape. A medical professional there told her it was likely a fibrous mass related to her menstrual cycle and to keep an eye on it. But Webb wasn’t satisfied. “I had a feeling that something […]

  • Program helping people with disabilities get jobs is seeing success in Aurora

    AURORA, Colo. — A local school-to-work transition program is seeing success helping young adults with disabilities get competitive jobs. UCHealth is one organization that runs the program called Project SEARCH. Students ages 18 to 21 can intern in one of 80 departments at University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora. They also get a job coach through Easterseals Colorado, who helps the students develop job skills. That’s how Chris Cannizzaro got his job working in the radiology department. The 21-year-old with […]

  • Young leukemia patient gets surprised with tickets to Broncos-Chiefs game

    DENVER — The Denver Broncos game Thursday night is going to be an exciting  game for one young leukemia patient. Bryce Ashbaugh is a patient at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital. A few weeks ago, when the 19-year-old was at the hospital, he got a surprise visit from Broncos players Justin Simmons, Corey Nelson and Noah Fant. It was all part of the Fight Like a Bronco Cancer Awareness campaign. “Obviously, you going through leukemia has been absolutely huge, and so […]

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