Dave and Dujanovic

What happens when a seasoned, award-winning investigative journalist and a well-known and very funny sports reporter get together to talk about news and politics? Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic, also known as D2, join forces, mornings on KSL Newsradio.

Episodes

  • July 27, 2021

    Is the Mask Back?

    The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to update its guidelines on Tuesday to urge vaccinated people in certain areas of the country to resume wearing masks because of Covid-19. Dave and Debbie take listener calls on how they feel about bringing back the masks 

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  • July 27, 2021

    Cedar City Flooding

    Streets morphed into rivers in Cedar City two inches of rain in 2 hour. Basements flood, yards a mess. Dave and Debbie hear from someone who was on the road when it happened and discuss drivers who kept driving through rivers. 

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  • July 27, 2021

    Insurrection Committee Hearings

    The House select committee formed to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. The Capitol is meeting for the first time today. They are hosting a panel of four police officers who defended the building against a mob that attacked the U.S. Capitol. Dave and Debbie share new testimonies from the officers.

    Boyd Matheson joins the conversation and gives his insight on the goal of the committee.

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  • July 27, 2021

    Parking Lot Road Rage

    Parking lots are prime for road rage. Case in point: it began last night between 2 men in Walmart lot in Centerville. 44 year old in tan Ford F150. 20 year old in a white Mitsubishi Lancer. Mismatch written all over it. Police: “Altercation in Walmart parking lot. They get angry at each other”

    CALLS Dave and Debbie take listeners phone calls to ask, what sparked your parking lot rage incident?

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  • July 27, 2021

    The Mental Health of Athletes

    This morning, Simone Biles had withdrawn from the Tokyo Olympics team final. her coach, according to NBC, said that she withdrew due to a mental issue.

    Tom Golightly, Assistant Director-Athletics for BYU Counseling and Psychological Services joins the conversation to explain what young athletes go through mentally when they’re in a big stage like the Olympics.

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  • July 27, 2021

    BBQ Grill Safety

    When backyard bbq’s go bad -- a house in Roy caught FIRE over the pioneer day weekend. the prime suspect: the prime rib on the barbecue grill One thing we do wrong. National Fire Protection Association' 8,900 home fires caused by them annually. One thing we do wrong: where’s your grill: placement.

    Leroy Gleichmann/Roy City Assistant Fire Chief joins Dave and Debbie and explains why grills cause fires.

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  • July 27, 2021

    CDC Expected to Update Guidelines for Vaccinated People

    The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to update its guidelines on Tuesday to urge vaccinated people in certain areas of the country to resume wearing masks because of Covid-19. Dave and Debbie break down the details. 

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  • July 27, 2021

    Water Bottle Shortage

    Is there a plastic shortage or panic buying due to the 20 year long drought? Some smaller communities may have to rely on bottled water. Well stocked at the Smiths. Walmart T-Ville -- empty… Target in Centerville, Dans on Ft. Union half empty rationing 2 cases per shopper.

    Linda Townes, Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District joined Dave and Debbie to talk about the state's water situation.

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  • July 27, 2021

    Utah Highway Patrol Updates on the Deadly Sandstorm Crash

    We are now hearing from the families of those lost in the crash..

    4 adults and 4 children under the age of 15 were those who lost their lives. 5 of them being from one family.

    SGT. Cameron Roden, UHP joins the show to explain the cause of this crash on I-15.

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  • July 27, 2021

    Simone Biles Removes Herself From Group Competition

    Simone Biles, the greatest gymnast of our generation, shockingly removed herself from the women’s teams competition at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, leading Team USA to win Silver next to Russia’s gold. Is she still in for individual events? What were the possible causes, physical injury or mental exhaustion?

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  • July 26, 2021

    Is Fake Rain the Drought Solution

    They’re making fake rain in Dubai -- so is this the answer to Utah's drought?

    The Gov’s calling for prayers.

    Garret Cammans President of North American Weather Consultations calls in to explain how cloud seeding works in Utah

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  • July 26, 2021

    Bear Safety in Campgrounds

    A woman is fined $5800 for a messy campsite. And the bear that ate her food may pay the ultimate price. Irresponsible behavior.

    Faith Jolly with the Division of Wildlife Resources. Joins Debbie and Ethan to talk about avoiding a bear and a hefty fine.

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  • July 26, 2021

    Smoky Air Due to Fires

    Smoke from the California and Oregon fires are invading Utah and the question we are asking is, Are we getting any rain or clearance anytime soon?

    Patrick Costins/UFA (PIO with 2 of the Utah Task Forces in Oregon) joins the show and tells us how bad the smoke is.

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  • July 26, 2021

    Economy

    A new poll says more Americans feel iffy about the future of the economy. We check the pulse of our listeners to see how they feel.

     Debbie and Ethan take calls to see how listeners feel about the economy.

    Boyd Matheson joins the conversation to talk about the economy under President Biden's administration.

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  • July 26, 2021

    Utah Gas Prices are 5th Highest in the Nation

    Debbie filled up last week - on payday -- feeling rich -- $4.17/gallon for mid grade.

    When will it stop and what if it doesn’t? Utah’s among the top in the nation for gas prices.

    Debbie and Ethan take calls to see if listeners will give up some of their memberships.

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  • July 26, 2021

    Would You Give Up Your Car to Save Gas?

    Can our producer nix her car in favor of the frontrunner? She took the train to work today. CJ shares what worked and what didn’t

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  • July 26, 2021

    Wost Car Accidents on the Open Road

    Debbie and Ethan take listeners phone calls and read Facebook comments on people's experience with bad weather while driving. They also give tips on how to navigate a storm or what to do if you're caught in one.

     

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  • July 26, 2021

    Sandstorm

    A dust storm on I-15…the road was littered with car parts …  cars swerving off the road, and flipped. Sergeant Roden tells KSL-TV there may have been more vehicles involved in the crashes than they know about and they're asking that anyone involved contact the Nephi Highway Patrol Office.

    Kevin Eubank, KSL Meteorologist joined Debbie and guest co-host Ethan Miller to answer what triggered the dust storm.

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  • July 26, 2021

    The Contagious Delta Variant

    It’s been called the pandemic for the unvaccinated. According to ABC News: Sixty-nine percent of confirmed cases among Massachusetts residents have occurred in individuals who were fully vaccinated, and they’re symptomatic.

    Dr. Tamara Sheffield/Intermountain Healthcare joins the show to answer all the questions on the delta variant and the vaccine.

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  • July 23, 2021

    The Jingle Dress Project

    COVID-19 greatly impacted the Navajo Nation. As of May 7th, 100,101 individuals are fully vaccinated, but ⅓ of those living on the Navajo Nation land have no access to running water or electricity, making sheltering in place nearly impossible.

    Eugene Tapahe and the Jingle Dress Dancers join the show to talk about the Jingle Dress project. He also explains how this project started and how this helps the Navajo Nation.

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  • July 23, 2021

    What to know about the Days of '47 Parade

    Days of '47 parade kicks off tomorrow morning at 9 am in downtown Salt Lake City. KSL 5-TV will air it live and Debbie will be the P.A for the event tomorrow.

    Greg James, VP and Public Relations Chair for the Days of '47, Inc. joins the show to talk about the parade and what we can expect for tomorrow.

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  • July 23, 2021

    What is the FIRESHEDS Act?

    Debbie and Senator Todd Weiler talk about the bootleg fire, and the fires burning in the rest of the west coast. These fires are devastating. We speak with Representative Blake Moore on new legislation set to help reduce the threats these fires bring.

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  • July 23, 2021

    The most dangerous gender reveal

    The southern California couple whose gender reveal party allegedly sparked the deadly Eldorado wildfire last year has now been charged with 30 crimes.

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  • July 23, 2021

    Oakley City stops building new homes amid drought

    Due to the ongoing drought, the Utah town of Oakley, just east of Park City, has halted building houses. Dallas Hanse, with Oakley City Public Works Water Director, joins the show to talk more about the pause. We also hear from listeners: do you think Capitol hill should control whether your city bans new home builders?

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  • July 23, 2021

    Olympic update

    The Olympic opening ceremonies air live tomorrow morning on KSL-TV 5 -- and again tomorrow night. Debbie spoke to KSL 5 TV’s Shara Park, who is in Tokyo to cover the games. As of today, there are 90 covid cases. Does Shara feel confident the Olympics will go forth? 

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  • July 23, 2021

    Did ending the federal unemployment benefits help the labor shortage?

    States ending federal unemployment benefits saw no clear job gains. And neither did Utah when the governor ended the extra $300 a week to unemployed a month ago. In the 26 states stopping benefits early an additional,174,000 people joined the labor force in June. Mark Knold DES Chief economist joins Debbie and guest co-host Senator Todd Weiler to talk about it. 

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  • July 23, 2021

    Opioid settlements sparks national conversation over drug use

    Utah stands to get tens of millions of dollars from a $26 billion dollar settlement. It begs the question: who is more likely to be impacted by opioids? Turns out, opioids are hitting women hard -- and Debbie wants to know why. UDOH looked at overdose deaths over the last 2 years, and 64% of the overdose deaths were women who had opioids in their system. Randall Carlisle with the Odyssey House, an addiction treatment center in SLC joins Debbie and Senator Todd Weiler to talk more about the opioid crisis. 

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  • July 21, 2021

    Summer vs Winter Olympics

    Greg and Debbie discuss what they prefer most...summer or winter Olympic games. 

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  • July 21, 2021

    A New Drivers License Scam

    A new phishing scam involving your driver's license could be an access point for your personal information - Sloan Shrage with KSL 5 TV calls in to explain what we need to know. 

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  • July 21, 2021

    The White House vs Facebook

    It began last week when the surgeon general called disinformation about Covid on social media a public health crisis and President Biden doubled down on FB. Who is in the wrong here? The President or Social Media Giants. Boyd Matheson shares his thoughts. 

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  • July 21, 2021

    When Is the Best Time of Day to Water Your Lawn?

    The Yellowest Lawn Award winner is announced who says she is mostly watering her lawn at night! Taun Beddes with USU Extension calls in to explain if this is the best option.

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  • July 21, 2021

    Low Boat Levels at State Parks

    Boat ramp at Wahweap closed, boat ramp at echo closed, a live interview next: what other boat ramps are closed for the Pioneer day weekend. Devan Chavez with Utah State Parks calls in to discuss how this is affecting recreation.

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  • July 21, 2021

    Too Skimpy?

    Too skimpy? A Norwegian beach handball team didn't wear bikini bottoms during a tournament game -- what happened next has female athletes fired up.

    SLCC Women's Volleyball coach, Shay Goulding Meurer calls in to explain just how close to home this problem is.

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  • July 21, 2021

    The 2020 Olympics: What’s Happening in Tokyo?

    Worried COVID could doom the Olympic games -- KSL 5 TV’s Alex Cabrero in Tokyo tells us what one top Olympic official said today about cancelling the summer games.

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  • July 21, 2021

    Do We Still Want the Olympic Winter Games in Utah?

    Former COO of the SL winter Olympic, Fraser Bullock, calls the show to discuss if we still want the winter games in Utah? 

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  • July 21, 2021

    Racism As a Public Health Crisis

    Salt Lake Mayor Erin Mendenhall and the city council declared Racism as a public health crisis in the city. Amy Fowler SLC Council Chair calls in live to explain what they mean and which neighborhood racism is the worst. 

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  • July 21, 2021

    Dr. Fauci vs. Senator Rand Paul

    “You do not know what you are talking about,” Dr. Fauci stated as he retracted Senator Rand Paul’s comments. Debbie and Greg talk about what sparked a contentious shouting match in a DC committee hearing. Hint: a lab Wuhan, China, 

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  • July 20, 2021

    The Awe-inspiring Jeff Bezos Space Launch

    Jeff Bezos successfully completed his flight on Blue Origin. The oldest and youngest people to fly to space were on Board. Debbie and Greg chat with Jeff Caplan to talk about how this event inspired his minute of news with a special premiere.

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  • July 20, 2021

    Did President Biden Make a Mistake with the BLM Nominee?

    Sen. Lee's Tweet: if lying to the U.S. Senate were not enough to disqualify Tracy Stone-Manning from running the BLM, supporting criminal eco-terrorism definitely should be. She's from Montana and rose up into politics there -- but a letter she wrote back in 1989 to the Forest Service about tree spiking in an Idaho forest is haunting her nomination.

     

    In the letter, Stone-Manning wrote that the trees “were marked so that no workers would be injured.” She also wrote that most trees were spiked within the first 10 feet but others as high as 150 feet up.

    Boyd Matheson walks through the nomination process for The Bureau of Land Management

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  • July 20, 2021

    Can Flaming Gorge Save Lake Powell

    No Houseboats may be launched from Lake Powell's main ramp due to too low lake levels -- go get your house boats. Workers at Flaming Gorge Reservoir are doing "emergency" water releases to send more water downstream to lake Powell.  

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  • July 20, 2021

    Why More People are Eating at Home After the Pandemic

    58 percent of shoppers have reported eating more at home after the pandemic..

    49% of those reported cooking more at home.

    During the pandemic we were forced to eat at home.. once things opened up - maybe we realized we save more money and feel more healthy?

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  • July 20, 2021

    What Caused the Severe Floods in Germany?

    A severe storm caused floods in West Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands.

    Kevin Eubank joins the conversation to go in depth with the wild weather in Europe.

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  • July 20, 2021

    Jeff Bezos Live Press Conference

    Jeff Bezos and company took a 10 minute space flight and had a press conference after to talk about his experience. Wally funk, Mark Bezos and Oliver Daemen had a chance to share their space experience. 

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  • July 20, 2021

    Wally Funk: The Legacy of Women in Space Travel

    Wally has 19,600 flying hours over her career and has taught over 3,000 people to fly. But 60 years ago NASA said you're good enough to test our machines, but you ain't good enough to be an astronaut. Women are making history. 

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  • July 20, 2021

    Jeff Bezos Space Launch

    Amazon Founder Jeff Bezo's side hustle, blue origin went to the edge of space - 62 miles up. Jeff Bezos took off to space. It happened in a little over 10 minutes total... up and back... it seemed flawless.

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  • July 20, 2021

    "A Radical in Policy and Practice."

    Sen. Mike Lee says Pres. Biden's pick to oversee the Bureau of Land Management and U.S. lands in the Western states should be disqualified for "supporting criminal eco-terrorism."

    He joined the show to discuss his concerns and more. 

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  • July 19, 2021

    The Moon Wobble: What You Need to Know

    The moon has a wobble it can cause the tides along the coast to rise by the mid-2030's.

    Patrick Wiggins joins the show to tell us more about the wobble.

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  • July 19, 2021

    How to Prevent Your Teens From Sneaking Out

    13-year-old dead, shot to death police say by his 15-year-old buddy in Church parking lot in the wee hours of the morning this weekend. Police described it like this. Debbie and Greg ask the question why kids have the need to sneak out. There're ways to keep an eye on your kids. 

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  • July 19, 2021

    Will Covid-19 Kill the Olympics?

    The IOC said there was a zero risk of athletes passing along COVID at the summer games, that statement not aging well. The Olympics are bringing people back together

    Boyd Matheson joins the show to talk more about the unity the games bring.

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  • July 19, 2021

    Parents and Brain Fog

    The average parent wastes nearly 4,000 hours of life in brain fog - Greg and Debbie discuss brain fog they have experienced as parents. 

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  • July 19, 2021

    First Felony Sentence for January 6th Riot

    A man from Florida who was carrying a Trump flag as a part of the January 6th riots is scheduled to become the first Jan. 6th rioter sentenced for a felony after he breached the U.S. Senate chamber. Greg and Debbie break down the issue.

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  • July 19, 2021

    The Sunscreen RECALL and Can I Sue the Company Responsible?

    Debbie checked store shelves this weekend for sunscreen, and they were wiped clean of several bottles. That’s because Johnson & Johnson has recalled 5 kinds. Supposed to block cancer instead they can cause cancer.

    Doug Grossman, MD, co-leader of the Huntsman Cancer Institute melanoma and skin center and University of Utah professor of dermatology joins Debbie and Greg to talk about the dangers of the chemicals in the sunscreen

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  • July 19, 2021

    13-Year-Old Killed by 15 Year Old

    13-year-old and 15-year-old sneak out of their parent's homes. Police say they met up in a church parking lot in West Jordan. A 15-year-old accidentally shot the 13 year old to death.

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  • July 19, 2021

    Covid-19 at the Tokyo Olympics

    In a flash COVID is becoming the headline of the Games before they begin this week. University of Utah gymnast testing positive for COVID.

    Alex Kirry, KSL Newsradio sports director joins the show to talk about Covid and the games

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  • July 19, 2021

    Is Bridal Veil Falls a Dangerous Hike?

    There may be a false sense of confidence at a popular hike that’s killing people. Another person fell to their death this weekend at Bridal Veil Falls

    SGT. Spencer Cannon joins the conversation to talk to Debbie and guest co-host Greg Skordas

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  • July 19, 2021

    Utah Gymnast and US Team Alternate Tests Positive for Covid-19

    The IOC said there was a zero risk of athletes passing along COVID at the summer games- that statement is not aging well. 

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  • July 15, 2021

    A Misstep When Selling Your Car

    A Utah woman got a bill for her boat being impounded...The only problem was she had sold it months ago. Debbie had something similar happen when she got a ticket for a car she had sold. She worked it out with the new owner but this woman may be facing a lawsuit.

    Sloan Schrage KSL 5’s Investigative producer joins the show to talk more about this strange story.

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  • July 15, 2021

    What Needs to Be Done About High Rent and Low Wage?

    A kick in the gut to minimum wagers. The new housing report reveals pathetic news about how many hours a week you gotta work to afford rent.

    Tara Rollins, Utah Housing Coalition joins the conversation to talk about the cost of rent

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  • July 15, 2021

    Garth Brooks Concert This Saturday

    Garth Brooks is hitting the stage on Saturday -- tickets are supposedly sold out -- or are they? Debbie scored some earlier this week for only $70! A couple of months ago, Dave and Debbie were doing the show and secretly in line for Garth Brooks tickets.

    Matt Gephardt KSL 5’s Investigative reporter joins Debbie and Ethan to talk about scalpers.

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  • July 15, 2021

    President Biden on the Child Tax Credit

    President Biden and Vice President Harris held a press conference to highlight the benefits of the new child tax credits going out today. Debbie and Ethan go over the highlights. 

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  • July 15, 2021

    Boosting Vaccine Messaging

    The UDOH stats after that weekend showed 65.2% of Utahn's 18 and older had received at least one dose of the vaccine and the number of people getting vaccinated has slowed dramatically. What is the message that will turn that around? 

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  • July 15, 2021

    Child Tax Credits Hit Bank Accounts Today

    Most parents just got a windfall of money - Child Tax Credits are set to hit bank accounts today. Should it be set aside for the kids? If you've got kids, you could be waking up to more money in your bank account this morning... thanks to a new child tax credit. 

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  • July 15, 2021

    Do We Need COVID-19 Boosters?

    Booster shots for the COVID-19 Vaccines have been causing plenty of confusion on whether or not we need the third shot. Vaccine Equity - should the US be focusing on booster shots when other countries still can’t even get a single dose?

    Dr. Tamara Sheffield, Intermountain Health care joins the show to answer the question of an additional Covid shot.

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  • July 15, 2021

    Burger King Employees Say, “We all quit”

    Burger King workers in Nebraska plastered on the store sign as their notice to management. They got fed up. Employees stated that they experienced months of issues involving short staffing, managerial turnover, and hectic work conditions.

    Maura Carabello, President of Exoro Group, joins the show to talk more about the issue.

    Debbie and Ethan take listeners calls and ask the question, Should fast food restaurants pay workers more to keep them happy?

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  • July 15, 2021

    Dealing with Low Pay and High Rent

    9:05 A kick in the gut to minimum wagers. The new housing report reveals pathetic news about how many hours a week you gotta work to afford rent.

    9:20CALLSDebbie and guest co-host Ethan Millard take listeners calls.

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  • July 14, 2021

    Dry Riverbed

    Dave Cawley takes us through his experience on a dry riverbed on the Utah-Wyoming boarder (Instagram vid) 

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  • July 14, 2021

    Democrats in the Senate Pass $3.5 Trillion Bills

    Democrats in the Senate have just passed a $3.5 Trillion dollar reconciliation bill. Meaning, they don’t need a single Republican vote to approve this. 

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  • July 14, 2021

    How Much Water Do Trees Need to Stay Alive

    Dave and Debbie give away the yellowest lawn award and break down just how much water trees need to stay alive. 

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  • July 14, 2021

    Is it illegal to break a dog out of a hot car

    We love dogs! We don’t love when dogs are left in hot cars --- so Is it legal to break into someone's sizzling car to save Fido?

    In June Debbie measured 179 degrees on the leather seat in her car. The temperature inside a vehicle increases by about 40 degrees in an hour. Is it legal to break into someone's sizzling car to save a dog?

    10:35 SGT. Spencer Cannon, UT County Sheriff's office joins Dave and Debbie to answer the question on breaking a car window to save a dog from a hot car.

    10:50 CALLS-Dave and Debbie take calls to see what listeners think.

    11:05 Senator Todd Weiler joins the conversation to tells us if the law could change to save dogs from hot cars

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  • July 14, 2021

    Water Shaming

    There is actually a state-run website where you can report your neighbors who waste water. The Hall of Fame or Shame it comes Through the Utah Division of Water Resources has been all the hype this year.

    Marcie McCartney, the Division of Water Resources' public information, water conservation & education manager joins the conversation and talks more about the website.

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  • July 14, 2021

    Why Are We Feeling Inflation

     Inflation skyrockets to a 13 year high. Debbie says, don’t react to that until I give you my take, but Dave has a very different views on what inflation means to our families

    CALLS- Dave and Debbie take listeners calls and get their take on this issue

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  • July 14, 2021

    Road Rage - What Makes People Snap?

    There've been a lot of road raggers this summer -- from fisticuffs to shots fired. The latest last night in Provo where a barrage of bullets were fired at a car. Dave and Debbie talk about how even good people can change behind the wheel. 

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  • July 13, 2021

    Texas Democrats Leave State

    The Democrats have left the building.. or actually they have left the state of Texas.

    House Democrat's fled the state yesterday in an effort to block the GOP's controversial voting rights bill. Rep. Brian King calls in to discuss what happens next. 

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  • July 13, 2021

    What to Know About the Child Tax Credit

    Child tax credit payments start Thursday … that could mean hundreds of extra dollars a month.

    Susan Spiers with UACPA joins the show to explain and give her expert advice on the child credit.

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  • July 13, 2021

    Dormant Lawns

    Kevin Eubank dropped the bombshell yesterday live on the show and says it’s time to cut back on watering your lawn. Reservoirs are drying up.. Echo, Gunnison. Question is so how little water do we need to sustain our lawns, and the shrubs?

    Kelly Kopp, Professor at USU joins the show to tells us ,more about yellow dormant lawns

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  • July 13, 2021

    No More Stop Lights on Bangerter Highway

    UDOT conducting a study on having less street traffic lights and might look more like freeways. John Gleason calls in live to tell us about the study and the environmental impact removing stop lights could have. 

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  • July 13, 2021

    Climate Change

    Is the GOP warming up to climate change?

    Representative John Curtis joins Dave and Debbie to talk about the climate change caucus he’s leading.

    Dr. William Anderegg, Associate Professor with the U of U School Of Biological Sciences joins the show to talk in depth about the relation between the drought and climate change.

    Researchers at Leeds University in London said you can have your standard of living or a clean environment… you can’t have both.

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  • July 13, 2021

    Smoky Lungs

    Smoke is in the air -- and after hearing KSL meteorologist Grant Weyman tell us how bad it is-- Dave and Debbie ask a doctor how bad the air is for people with breathing conditions.

    Grant Weyman joins the show

    Dr. Dixie Harris, Intermountain Healthcare Pulmonary Physician.Joins the conversation to tell how bad this air is.

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  • July 13, 2021

    Losing the Great Salt Lake

    The Great Salt Lake is drying up quickly.. And the megadrought we are in is not helping. It has dropped 50% in Volume according to the desert news.

    Laura Vernom, Coordinator for the Great Salt Lake for the Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands joins D2 to talk about the effect the lake has on the city, state and wildlife.

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  • July 13, 2021

    Pants of Fire or Flat Tire?

    Debbie tells us about a digital sign over the freeway a couple days ago that said check your tires, they can spark fires --Today she saw it happen before her eyes and couldn’t wait to tell her story.

    Assistant Chief Riley Pilgrim/Unified Fire Authority joins D2 to tell them more on sparking a fire and what to do to avoid it.

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  • July 13, 2021

    Child Tax Credits

    The checks start this Thursday. Dave and Debbie break down the price tag for each child, how long the money will flow into accounts, and this: critics call it welfare, Dave.

    Shane Stewart, Certified Financial Planner, DMBA joins Dave and Debbie to tells about the tax credit

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  • July 12, 2021

    Drought Impact on Lakes

    11:35 KSL-TV’s Kevin Eubank joins Dave and Debbie to discuss how the heatwave is impacting the ongoing drought and what it means for future water use

    11:50 Coalville mayor Trever Johnson joins the show to discuss the drought impact on the Echo Reservoir, which is now at 30% capacity, and the request to have other communities ship water to them.

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  • July 12, 2021

    Heber City Shooting

    KSL-TV’s Garna Mejia joins Dave and Debbie to provide the latest update on the girl who was shot in Heber City over the weekend

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  • July 12, 2021

    Trump Wins CPAC

    Dave and Debbie cover former President Trump’s CPAC appearance and continued dominance in the Republican party.

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  • July 12, 2021

    Social Media Regulations

    10:35 Norway is requiring photoshopped images posted on social media to be labeled as altered. Dave and Debbie discuss how that would impact celebrities in the US

    10:50 Callers weigh in on whether the US should have similar regulations

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  • July 12, 2021

    Space Tourism

    10:05 Richard Branson just completed his first commercial space flight. Dave and Debbie go over the details

    10:20 Callers weigh in on going to space

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  • July 12, 2021

    Hate Crime Enhancement for Crumpled Police Sign

    9:35 A woman who crumpled a sign supporting police officers in front of a cop is being charged with a hate crime. Dave and Debbie share the details.

    9:50 Callers weigh in on whether they agree with the hate crime charges

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  • July 12, 2021

    Heat, Smoke and Drought

    9:05 KSL-TV’s Grant Wayman joins Dave and Debbie to discuss how the heat and West Coast wildfires are impacting air conditions and the drought

    9:20 Dave and Debbie invite people who work outdoors to call in and discuss how the heat and air quality impact their work

     

     

     

     

     

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  • July 8, 2021

    How Political Assassinations Affect a Nation

    Haiti's President Jovenel Moise was assassinated yesterday in his home near the capital of Port-au-Prince. America has been through this... In 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, how do political assassinations affect the nation?

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  • July 8, 2021

    The Effects of Marijuana on Athletes

    After sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson was suspended from competing in the Olympics after testing positive for Marijuana. A new conversation has emerged on the use of cannabis when it comes to mental health and athletes all together.

    Tim Pickett, PA-C is a licensed medical provider in Utah at Utah Therapeutic Health Center joined Dave and Maura to give his advice on athletes using plant medicine.

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  • July 8, 2021

    The 2020 Tokyo Olympics

    Debbie out - Maura Carabello guest hosts

     

    9:05-9:20 The assassination of the Haiti President

    Jovenel Moise (Zho-va-nelle Mo-ease) was assassinated yesterday in his home near the capital of Port-au-Prince. Police in Haiti now say they've killed four suspects involved in the assassination of President Jovenel Moise.

    Former Representative Mia Love joined Dave and guest co-host Maura Carabello to talk about the current situation of Haiti.

     

    9:35-9:50 Drought effects on agriculture

    The drought is affecting many communities including farmers and others involved in agriculture. Farmers aren't just dealing with the drought... They now have an invasion of grasshoppers.

    Ron Gibson, Utah Farm Bureau joined the show and talked about how this is affecting our local ranchers.

    Tage Flint, Weber Conservancy District tells Dave and Maura some ideas for managing future droughts.

     

    10:05-10:20 Former President Trump v Social Media Giants

    Former President Donald Trump - has filed class-action lawsuits Wednesday against tech giants Facebook and Twitter. Donald Trump has been known to complain about his censorship by the social media giants after they banned his Facebook and Twitter accounts for spreading misinformation.

    Senator and Practicing Attorney, Mike Mckell joined Dave and Maura and weighed in on the lawsuit.

     

    10:35-10:50 How about a Gondola ride up the canyon?

    Traffic in the Canyons is bad. During the winter ski season, it's downright awful. The worst are Big and Little Cottonwood canyons.

    Dave Fields, President and General Manager of Snowbird joins the show and answers the question on future gondola rides.

     

    11:05 The 2020 Tokyo Olympics

    Earlier today, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshide Suga confirmed the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will take place under a coronavirus state of emergency. Tokyo venues for the summer Olympics will not have spectators. One member with the Japanese Olympic committee said, “A very heavy judgement was made.”

    Boyd Mathson shares his insides and tells us about his conversation with KSL 5’s Shara Park who is part of the KSL 5 Olympic team.

     

    11:20-11:35 The effects of Marijuana on Athletes

    After sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson was suspended from competing in the Olympics after testing positive for Marijuana. A new conversation has emerged on the use of cannabis when it comes to mental health and athletes all together.

    Tim Pickett, PA-C is a licensed medical provider in Utah at Utah Therapeutic Health Center joined Dave and Maura to give his advice on athletes using plant medicine.

     

    11:50 How political assassinations effect a nation

    Haiti's President Jovenel Moise was assassinated yesterday in his home near the capital of Port-au-Prince. America has been through this... In 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, how do political assassinations affect the nation?

     

     

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  • July 8, 2021

    How About a Gondola Ride Up the Canyon?

    Traffic in the Canyons is bad. During the winter ski season, it's downright awful. The worst are Big and Little Cottonwood canyons.

    Dave Fields, President and General Manager of Snowbird joins the show and answers the question on future gondola rides.

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  • July 8, 2021

    Former President Trump v Social Media Giants

    Former President Donald Trump - has filed class-action lawsuits Wednesday against tech giants Facebook and Twitter. Donald Trump has been known to complain about his censorship by the social media giants after they banned his Facebook and Twitter accounts for spreading misinformation.

    Senator and Practicing Attorney, Mike Mckell joined Dave and Maura and weighed in on the lawsuit.

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  • July 8, 2021

    Drought Effects on Agriculture

    The drought is affecting many communities including farmers and others involved in agriculture. Farmers aren't just dealing with the drought... They now have an invasion of grasshoppers.

    Ron Gibson, Utah Farm Bureau joined the show and talked about how this is affecting our local ranchers.

    Tage Flint, Weber Conservancy District tells Dave and Maura some ideas for managing future droughts.

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  • July 8, 2021

    The Assassination of the Haiti President

    Jovenel Moise was assassinated yesterday in his home near the capital of Port-au-Prince. Police in Haiti now say they've killed four suspects involved in the assassination of President Jovenel Moise.

    Former Representative Mia Love joined Dave and guest co-host Maura Carabello to talk about the current situation of Haiti.

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  • July 7, 2021

    Are Internships Still Important?

    Guest co-host Morgan Lyon Cotti who is in charge of internship programs answers the question- how much do we rely on them? 

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  • July 7, 2021

    Microsoft Urges Security Warning

    Microsoft has issued an urgent security warning to update your PC immediately after security researchers found a serious vulnerability in the operating system. The security flaw is known as Print Nightmare.

    Tara Anderson Nexus IT/Director of Global strategy joined Dave and Morgan to speak about the dangers of the security threat.

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  • July 7, 2021

    Millennials'' in Politics

    More millennials are getting into politics - and it could make the Senate a whole lot younger after upcoming elections. Many of the oldest members have been there for many years - they were in their 30s, 40s, or 50s when they ran, and have stayed in office.

    Boyd Matheson weighs in with his opinion and says it’s time to put new senators in power.

    Pat Jones - CEO of the Women’s Leadership Institute joined the conversation and talked about engaging young women into politics.

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  • July 7, 2021

    Record Heat in Utah

    We’ve got an excessive heat warning in effect across Utah until Sunday. 103 is the highest today in SLC. Yesterday our roads literally buckled...crews today are now wrapped up work on I-215 after part of the freeway buckled.

    KSL 5 meteorologist Grant Weyman joined Dave and his guest host Morgan Lyon Cotti to talk about the heat wave hitting the state.

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  • July 7, 2021

    Is a 4-day Work Week a Good Idea?

    Iceland conducted a study on if a four-day work week is a good idea and if this can be the future of every company in the world.

    Calls Dave and Morgan asked listeners the question--could it work here?. Is this lazy or the way of the future?

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