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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
  • Former Colorado Senator Hank Brown talks Anita Hill, Brett Kavanaugh

    DENVER — Someone with an interesting perspective on the Kavanaugh confirmation process is former Colorado Senator Hank Brown. The Colorado republican was on the Senate Judiciary Committee in 1991 when Anita Hill testified against Clarence Thomas. She accused him of sexual harassment and threatened his confirmation to the US Supreme Court. The former senator says there are similarities in the situations. While Brown does not like the way the Kavanaugh allegations were brought forward, or the timing, he does say […]

  • Memory recall during traumatic experiences is imperfect

    DENVER — As more accusations against Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh are learned, many people are wondering how reliable are memories from drunken nights decades ago. “Memory is imperfect,” said Kim Gorgens, a clinical professor at the University of Denver who is in the graduate school of professional psychology. She said during a traumatic experience, the central nervous system is aroused. The most distressing moments can become seared in brains in a way that contextual information is not. “People […]

  • Ancestry.com updates 10 million users on ethnic profiles

    DENVER — Ancestry.com has completed 10 million DNA tests. The company has 3 million paying subscribers and said it has connected 11 billion people. But some of those connections might not be as close as once thought. That’s because this week those 10 million users are getting updates from Ancestry.com on their ethnic profiles. The company said it is using a new algorithm and has more samples so that should make it more accurate. But not everyone is pleased.

  • FDA launches campaign to stop teenage vaping

    DENVER — The Food and Drug Administration launched a new campaign against teenage vaping on Tuesday. “The Real Cost” campaign includes jarring videos that will air online and on social media. It also includes posters that will go up in 10,000 school bathrooms across the country. The goal is to educate middle and high school students about the dangers of vaping. “I think it’s great,” said Michel Holien, the substance use prevention supervisor for Denver Public Schools. “I think we […]

  • Denver’s own Phillip Lindsay is one of the best feel-good stories in the NFL

    One of the best feel-good stories in the NFL this week is Broncos rookie running back Phillip Lindsay.  Number 30 set an NFL rookie record Sunday against the Raiders.  He became the first undrafted free agent in NFL history with more than 100 scrimmage yards in each of his first two games. His Denver family and coaches say they couldn’t be more proud.  “He deserves everything he got,” said Troy Lindsay, Phillip’s dad. Troy coached Phillip growing up, along with […]

  • Estes Park rebounds 5 years after historic floods

    ESTES PARK, Colo. — This week marks the five-year anniversary of the 2013 Colorado floods. They were some of the costliest and most damaging the state has ever seen. Estes Park is one area that was hit hard. People were trapped and some needed to be rescued by zip lines. Roadways and highways were washed out. The downtown streets were rivers. But walking through downtown Estes Park this week, it was clear the crowds are back. The restaurants and shops […]

  • Denver marks World Suicide Prevention Day with a call to action

    DENVER — The city of Denver marked World Suicide Prevention Day on Monday with a call to action at the City and County Building. Ben, 20, says he struggled with depression and thoughts of suicide for much of his life. “I used to have suicidal thoughts daily,” he said. But, one day he got up the courage to call a suicide prevention hotline. He was connected to resources and started getting help at Emerson Street for Teens and Young Adults […]

  • Denver International Airport has fun with construction signs, conspiracy theories

    DENVER — Denver International Airport is having some fun with the signage around construction areas highlighting some of the biggest conspiracy theories about the airport. Some people believe the underground tunnels lead to secret meeting spots for the world elite. Others believe the airport is connected to the new world order and the Freemasons, that the big blue horse statue is cursed and lizard people are living underground. “Instead of trying to convince people that these things aren’t true, we […]

  • UCHealth performs first transplant surgery on Porter patient after program is suspended

    DENVER — UCHealth has operated on the first transplant patient to come over from Porter Adventist after Porter temporarily suspended its transplant program in July. Billie Mills is recuperating after she received a kidney transplant in August, donated by her daughter Jayd Wells. The mother-daughter duo had originally scheduled the transplant through Porter Adventist Hospital, but 13 days before the surgery, they were notified that Porter had voluntarily suspended its transplant services. More than 200 patients were told to find […]

  • How to create inclusive classrooms

    DENVER — The suicide of a nine-year-old Denver boy who was apparently bullied after he came out as gay,  has many educators wondering how can we make our classrooms more inclusive? A Queer Endeavor is an initiative focused on supporting teachers and schools around topics of gender and sexual diversity.  It is housed at the CU-Boulder School of Education. The founders hold a conference in the summer and meetings throughout the year to help educators create inclusive environments. They role […]

  • Expert advice on starting the new school year with bullies

    DENVER — The start of a new school year can be a very scary time for kids who are bullied. They might have enjoyed a break over the summer, and then have to face it once again. “They are flooded with those thoughts — What am I going to do? What is going to be my plan?” said child psychologist Sheryl Ziegler. She suggests parents get involved right away at school advocating for their child. “Talking about what’s the safety […]

  • Families have to find new ways to get kids to school after bus stop eliminations

    LOVELAND, Colo. — The Thompson School District in northern Colorado eliminated five bus stops this school year, affecting about 100 families. District representatives say they sent phone, text and email alerts in July of the cuts. Gateway subdivision: Walking distance of Turner Middle School and Berthoud High School Seven Lakes subdivision: Walking distance of Mary Blair Elementary School and Conrad Ball Middle School Green Valley Drive and Pika Drive: Walking distance of Walt Clark Middle School  and Thompson Valley High School […]