Dave and Dujanovic
IT Worker for Salt Lake City Arrested in Huge Sting
An IT employee for Salt Lake City has been arrested and accused of assisting a Bountiful man who was recently charged with Human Trafficking. Patrick Kevin Driscoll, 50, was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail on Wednesday for investigation of two counts of computer crimes, exploiting prostitution, aiding prostitution, obstructing justice and theft. Pat Reavy for KSL.com unwraps what Driscoll did for us, and why this is a major deal. Later on we are joined by Chris Burbank, Former Chief of Police for SLCPD, and Tara Anderson of Nexus IT to find out if it's possible for someone who works for the city to shut down the entire system.
No More Plea Deals
You use a gun to commit a crime, no more “Let’s Make A Deal” once you land in court. Plea Deals and lighter sentences- they make us less safe. We bring in DA Sim Gill to weigh in on these changes.
Truck Driver Shortage
The trucking industry is short 80,000 drivers, according to the American Trucking Association. Many are retiring, or dropping out of the industry.. which is resulting in this backlog in the supply chains because there are not enough people to pick up cargo.
Utah Lawmakers call for Audit of Last Years General Elections
It's the conspiracy theory that won't die. It happened in DC last year, and it’s made it’s way to Utah. Utah lawmakers calling for an audit of LAST YEAR's general election we'll ask one of the county clerks who's being targeted to defend the integrity. We speak with Representative Phil Lyman on why he thinks Utah needs an audit
Akosita Kaufusi Murder Gone Cold
SGT. Melody Cutler from Unified Police Department joins the show to give an update on the case of Akosita Kaufusi who was found dead last year.
Brian Laundrie's Notebook
What is in the notebook that was found belonging to Brian Laundrie? Can it make an impact on the case? Defense Attorney Greg Skordas joins the show to talk about the importance of this discovery.
There are many committee hearings in Washington D.C discussing the integrity of the 2020 Presidential elections. What politicians are saying the issues are. We take Breaking News from Florida as Police Officers give an update on Brian Laundries’ discovery. Amelia Powers-Gardner, former county clerk in Utah County defends the integrity of Utah elections as Utah politicians are asking for an audit in Utah.
Dave and Debbie have their eyes on Virginia's gubernatorial contest as this race is seen to be a testing ground for how well President Biden is doing among voters.
The Race for Sandy Mayor
Sandy Cityhas 8 choices for Mayor in the upcoming elections! This includes 4 City Council Members, the council's executive director, a former council member, and a well-funded outsider!
Jason Perry, Hinkley Institute of Politics
Where to escape Domestic Violence
The death of Gabby Petito and recent homicide victim Gaby Ramos have brought light to further conversation about domestic violence. In our lifetime... 1/3 of us women, in Utah, will experience domestic violence by an intimate partner. This includes physical or sexual violence... and this includes stalking as well. Where can you go to escape domestic violence?
Gabriela Archuleta, Director of Public Policy at YWCA
Search Warrant Issues in the case of Gaby Ramos
An arrest warrant has been issued for the suspect in the homicide of Gaby Ramos, a local DJ for a Spanish Utah radio station (La mas picosita)... whose life was cut short Sunday morning.
Chief Brady Cottam, Taylorsville PD , calls in to discuss.
Weber High Threat
It all begins when FBI agents get their hands on Instagram messages laced with terroristic threats" asking for firearms, vowing to pull off a "columbine-like" attack. The Weber School District is reassuring parents...kids are safe at school...after a teen girl was accused of planning a mass shooting at Weber High.
Ransom kidnapping trap in Haiti: What does the US need to do?
They fell into a kidnap for ransom trap that's business as usual in nations with weak governments. The state department warning about travel to Haiti is dire: don't go. Price Tag for 16 Americans, $1 million EACH.
Representative Chris Stewart joins the show to discuss what the US needs to do
Are Americans to blame for the supply chain nightmare?
Buying way too much - American consumption is partly to blame
You can’t find anything in the stores and here is why.. Our consumption habits have finally caught up to worker shortages and shipping issues
Low voter turnout expected in local elections
Local elections are being held right now, Salt Lake County Clerk Sherrie Swensen said she is estimating about a 30 to 35% turnout with counties that have Mayoral races bringing higher turnout.
Boyd Matheson, Inside Sources discusses how we could align all the elections for no off-year elections as a solution for more voter turnout
Senility tests for government officials
Should cognition tests be performed for aging leaders in government? Senator Bill Cassidy of (R-La) who is also a physician has opened up this discussion as he suggests there is a rapid decline after age 80. Followed by listener calls.
A drop in enrollment in the Salt Lake City schools
What's behind a sudden and dramatic decline in students in SLCSD? The data is online and a hot topic at tonight's board meeting that Dave and Debbie will be watching closely.
Mary Catherine Perry/mom in the district calls in to share her insight
SLSD is not the only district faced with this trend.
Ben Horsley/Granite District Spokesperson calls in to explain what is causing this drop
Religious exemptions and vaccine mandates
Washington St., BYU's opponent on Saturday, just fired their head football coach for not getting vaccinated. He also asked for a religious exemption, but his application was denied.
Greg Skordas, defense attorney explains how religious exemptions work
We also take your listener calls on the topic.
WSU coach fired over Vaccine Mandate
BYU football's next opponent-- Washington State. They fired their head coach Nick Rolovich and several assistants after they refused to be vaccinated. Rolovich, who grew up Catholic and graduated from a Catholic High School, asked for a religious exemption but it was denied.
Wild Winter Weather in Utah!
The National Weather Service has issued another winter weather advisory that goes into effect this afternoon as more than another foot of snow is forecast to fall in some of northern Utah's mountainous areas.
Grant Weyman, KSL Meteorologist clues D2 in on what's to come and how this storm may be a game changer for the drought
The Vaccine Lotteries Didn't Work
While we are heavily focused on boosters; a good chunk of America still is hesitant to be vaccinated -- and while we had so much faith --it turns out the vaccine lotteries didn't even work! Dave and Debbie discuss why this may be.
Breakthrough Covid Cases
Colin Powell died of Covid-19 complications despite being fully vaccinated. Dave and Debbie bring on an expert to ask how common are break through cases and to discuss data among breakthrough cases and how Colin Powell's death may increase vaccine hesitancy.
Tamara Sheffield, MD, Medical Director, Intermountain Healthcare Preventive Medicine, unwraps the conversation for us.
Haiti Missionaries Abducted
A group of American Missionaries kidnapped in Haiti over the weekend are being held by one of the country's most notorious gangs, according to a Haitian police official. Brad Garrett, ABC News Crime & Terrorism Analyst, Washington calls in to explain the risk of ransom with the gang responsible.
The Powell Doctrine
Dave and Debbie revisit the latest on the death of former secretary of State Colin Powell. A great military leader who didn't fit into a box. He served under two Republican Presidents, but Ultimately left the republican party over its support of Donald Trump. What is the Powell Doctrine? Boyd Matheson discusses.
The Rise in Costs of AirbBnB
The prices of Airbnb have gone up and have pushed Debbie off the app for good. Staying at a hotel might be the better option next time you take a vacation.
Earl Foote Nexus IT and owner of multiple Airbnb’s joins us for the conversation
No More Starter Homes in Utah?
Starter homes are a thing of the past in Utah. New report: More than half of Utah’s households unable to afford median home price.
As Utah home prices keep going up, Dave and Debbie explore home pricing from around the world and what home prices look like in other states.
Gaby Ramos shot by ex-fiancé in Taylorsville
Gaby Ramos' ex-fiancé was waiting for her Outside her home in T-Ville at 1 am Sunday. She arrived home, they argued. He left. Then he returned. Did she confuse him for the police when she opened the door -- and he opened fire. Many unanswered questions including where the suspect is.
Garna Mejia/KSL 5 TV calls in to share insight that she received from the family of Gaby Ramos.
Chief Brady Cotam Taylorsville Police Department shares thelatest in the investigation and the missing suspect.
The Death of Colin Powell
We are shocked at the news. He was the face of America’s military defense. Dave and Debbie dive into what they know and what we know and don't know about the death of Colin Powell.
A great military leader who didn't fit into a box. He served under two Republican Presidents, but Ultimately left the republican party over its support of Donald Trump. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom-Twice. Boyd Matheson with Inside Sources, joins the conversation on Colin's legacy.
Living in the Now?
Silicon Slopes brought many in the tech world right here to SLC yesterday -- including CEO of Apple, Tim Cook. But there is something he said outside of the tech range that really stuck out to me as he was giving advice to up and coming startups trying to find success… How can we continue to live in the now while taking time to not focus on the far future?
The Price of Procrastination
Earlier in the show we focused on how the men in womens life, can play a big part in supporting them with getting screened because it is common that women don't focus on themselves as much as they should.
Dave and Debbie take a deep dive on the price of putting off a doctor's check up., and invite FM100 Rebecca Cressman on so she can share her tale.
It’s Cold Outside But The Heat Is On Inside Your Home
Baby, it’s cold outside! Is it time to break out the blankets or suffer through an astronomical heating bill? The US Energy Information Administration said in a new report Wednesday... That households will spend 54% more for propane, 43% more for home heating oil, 30% more for natural gas and 6% more for electric heating.
Don Porter Spokesperson Dominion Energy gives us some home heating tips.
Katie Couric and the edited RBG interview
Katie Couric revealed in her new book that she left out big portions of a quote from former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Couric asked Ginsburg her thoughts on athletes kneeling for the national anthem and the way Dave sees it. Couric didn't like her answer so she cut it out. It's journalistic malpractice. Should we as the media be more transparent?
We have been talking this past hour about the record 4.3 million people who quit their jobs in August and employees are feeling more empowered than ever. There are almost half the strikes this year than in 2019 but there is one strike that caught my attention…Boyd Matheson from Inside Sources joins us to help uncover what is going on.
What Do Workers Want?
There’s a problem in Utah… Unemployment is too low, 2.6%. Business owners can't hire enough workers. Dave and Debbie are asking what do employees want? What do they value in a business and what will it take for them to jump ship from one job to another.
Dr. Tara Van Bommel, Lead Researcher at Catalyst, joins us live on the mic.
I'm Calling It Quits!
More and more workers are breaking free from their jobs -- Americans are quitting their jobs at record rates! The Labor Department said that quits jumped to 4.3 million in August, the highest on records dating back to December 2000, and up from 4 million in July. Unemployment in the US is the lowest it has been since the pandemic. Where is everyone going? Is this a good sign for the economy? Are we dropping our second jobs?
Mark Knold, Chief Economist Department of Workforce Services, joins us to answer all our burning questions.
The Great Resignation
It's called the great resignation. Lots of news coverage, CNN wins show stopping headline : a record 4.3 million people quit their jobs in August. What exactly is going on with the working force as of late? We take a deep dive over the next hour to uncover this mystery.
How The Men In Your Life Can Help With Mammograms
The numbers are in: 40% Utah women blew off their mammograms last year. We could talk about b/c rates, or the risk of blowing them off. Debbie wants to talk about how husbands, boyfriends can help us. Tim Hughes/UMN joins us with tips and tricks of his own.
Save Money On Your Heating Bill
Winter is coming, and that means the return of the heating bill. The US Energy Information Administration said in a new report Wednesday, that households will spend 54% more for propane, 43% more for home heating oil, 30% more for natural gas and 6% more for electric heating. According to Energy Information Administration Acting Administrator Steve Nalley... the growth in energy demand is outpacing growth in supply... These dynamics are raising energy prices around the world. Are you turning your heater on yet or throwing on more blankets? We give tips and tricks to help lower your heating bill and ease into a warmer winter.
Wild Weather in Utah
Dave and Debbie talk about the gloomy weather hitting the state and want to find out when the sun is coming back to Utah. How does this effect our severe drought status? Can we ever actually get out of the drought? What does drought even mean? Grant Weyman answers all these questions and more.
William Shatner in Space! A Recap
William Shatner, legendary actor and Captain Kirk himself, just got launched into space. He was up there for 10 minutes ans 17 seconds, and when he came back to Earth, he was a changed man. We take the highlights of his very emotional return back to planet earth.
Buk Buk Criminal Charges Filed
Earlier this morning in Third District Court the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office filed charges against Buk Buk, for the senseless murder of Aaron Lowe. Paul Nelson joins us to break the charges apart.
Full Time Kindergarten
Yesterday we took a deep dive on the discussion of Full day kindergarten -- Dave is not a fan of the idea. He found 3 kindergarten teachers who were very against the idea. Are we expecting too much from our 5 year olds? Is this just too much school for our kids to take?
Tax Revenue Surge
For the first time, total government revenues topped $4 trillion. Individual income taxes were up 27.5 percent, with 80 percent coming from the top 10 percent of earners. Boyd Matheson from Inside Sources, helps to break this down for us.
Strangulation. The evil form of domestic violence we don't talk about. It says I don't want to hurt you. I want to steal the one thing you need to live -- your oxygen.
Training institute on strangulation prevention. a 2008 study from the Journal of Emergency Medicine is cited. The study found that 43 percent of women who were murdered in domestic assaults, strangled the year before.
Liz Sollis/Utah Domestic Violence Council joins us to walk us through the warning signs if you think a loved one is getting hurt.
School Lunch and the ongoing battle of Supply and Nutrition
School lunch is switching up their menus, not their choice. The director of nutrition in the Salt Lake School district had to go pick up 1300 cartons of plain white 1% milk and hand deliver them to his schools. Kathleen Harris, Child Nutrition Programs, Utah State Board of Education, joins us for the first portion of this topic to talk us through supply and demand.
Due to the pandemic the US Department of Agriculture approved public schools to feed breakfast or lunch to any child between the ages of 1-18 for free. The program was extended at the start of the 2020-21 school year.. to ensure children didn't go hungry during the pandemic. Should we continue this practice? Do your children eat a brown bag lunch or do they have a hot meal? We take your phone calls.
Gabby Petito Cause of Death Revealed to be Strangulation
The cororner in WY says Gabby Petito was strangled to death. They were arguing during their road trip. Timeline the arguments and get the domestic violence council on the line to tell us how to know an argument will escalate to more than another verbal argument.
Inflation is hitting Americans HARD
Inflation has hit America hard The New York Post estimates it to be an extra $175 a month. The government says that inflation is up 5.3%. The Post says that the chief economist at Moody's Analytics says that the rising cost of food, fuel, and housing costs Americans--making $70k-- an extra $175 a month.
William Shatner in Space!
To boldly go... William Shatner, at the age of 90, reached the final frontier. Himself, along with Jeff Bezos, took the plunge into space. We discuss this monumental chapter in his life, and listen in live when they returned to earth.
Gabby Petito Updates
Brian Laundrie is still missing after his Fiance Gabby Petito disappeared and was found dead near the Grand Tetons.. and In less than an hour...at 12:30 we may be learning how she died. Kira Hoffelmeyer joins us to see what we might be hearing in this bombshell press conference.
All Day Kindergarten: A Refresh
We've been having a conversation this morning about all day kindergarten. Joining us in for the conversation is Waterford Upstart representative Kim Fischer, who is giving us her expert opinion on why we should be educating our kids early for the best in beneficial success.
Where did the Stimulus Money go?
Many American families struggled through the pandemic in 2020 either because their jobs were put on hold due to the lockdown or they got fired or they were forced to stay home with the kids!... but thankfully the government was there to help!! Deseret News and Brigham Young University’s Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy, released a study today on how Americans live, love, prosper and struggle amid current events.
Redistricting & Swing States
The battle over the drawing board on redistricting is happening right now across the nation, a fight that happens once a decade after the census results come out. We are in the midst of the discussion right now and apparently swing states may just disappear. Boyd Matheson from Inside Sources joins us in for the conversation.
What is Vanly? For starters, Dave sees this as a way to make passive income by renting part of his driveway to RV owners. Would you rent out a spot in your driveway? Would you rent from a stranger for a place to park for the night?
All Day Kindergarten: The Pros and Cons
Utah's resistance to all-day kindergarten, lawmakers haven't funded it, many parents are resistant to sending their 5 year old's off to kindergarten for 7 hours a day. KSL TV's report into this issue reveals a recent survey shows a number of Utah parents want it. We take an extended look at the pros and cons of this new controversial idea.
Daniella Rivera/Investigative reporter, KSL-5 TV, joins us to unwrap the conversation.
Driving Rules for Older People
Over the weekend a 70-year-old man that was driving on the wrong side of the road in Utah, Dave and Debbie look at how other state laws deal with older drivers and if Utah should do the same. In the second half of the segment, Utah State Senator Todd Weiler joins the discussion if Utah needs new legislation for older drivers.
Lane Stripping UDOT
One of the biggest complaints many Utahns have is not being able to see the lines on the road after it rains, it's like they disappear. John Gleason from UDOT calls in with the paint project to restripe the lines we can't see.
Winter is Coming?
We are seeing our first taste of winter-like weather as snow has fallen in higher elevation areas and those in downtown are bundling up to the cold weather. High winds and weather are also producing power outages in some parts of the state. KSL Meteorologist Grant Weyman calls the show to give us the latest on weather.
Are we loving our national parks to death?
From Acadia National Park in Maine, state parks in Pennsylvania, Big Bend in Texas and Glacier in Montana, and of course Arches National Park in Moab... It isn't a secret that Americans are going outside more and it may be a cause for concern.
Kyle Dunphey, Deseret News Reporter calls in to explain how dire the situation is.
Is it time to put an end to library fines?
As of October 5th which, New York Libraries said goodbye to the fines. While that’s not new for some places like the SLC Library others have not jumped on board. Is this a way to get more interested in going to the library? Dave and Debbie take listener calls and KSL Newsradio Associate Producer Amber Gentry shares her experience as an avid library goer.
Thousands of flights cancelled through Southwest Airlines
The company blamed the cancellations on air traffic control problems and limited staffing in Florida as well as bad weather. 8 flights have been canceled today from SLC Airport, 6 from Southwest, 2 from American Airlines. Dave and Debbie Discuss the issue and bring the latest cancellations.
Hunter Biden’s new art show: Is it a conflict of interest?
Hunter Biden is facing renewed questions about whether his art career could pose a conflict of interest for his father's work in the Oval Office after recent images from a glitzy private showing shot across social media.Do family members of people in power have an advantage and is it a conflict of interest. Boyd Matheson joins the conversation.
What happened at Francis Peak? The race ending in search and rescue
Rainy, snowy Saturday. Shocking headline: 87 ultra marathoners missing near Francis Peak Davis/Morgan Counties had to be rescued by Davis Co SO. . D2 takes a Deep Dive into what went wrong and one thing that went right.
The head of Davis County Search and Rescue calls in to share his experience with what happened.
Amy Donaldson shares her input followed by listener calls
Stopping the Stigma: Bankruptcy
Dave and Debbie are stopping the stigma on another common issue today... that has to do with finances. Filing for Bankruptcy can affect someone greatly for years to come...but there is a stigma behind Bankruptcy that we may not always be considering. Joining the conversation is Shane Stewart, DMBA Certified Financial Planner
Driving Retirement : When to talk to loved ones about giving up the keys
We'll get more details from KSL Newsradio's Heather Kelley on this early morning incident involving a 70 year old man.. but when police tried to pull this man over... it didn't happen quickly. It took several miles to get the driver to stop.
KSL NewsRadio’s Heather Kelley calls in to bring us the latest
Utah’s Morning News Host, Amanda Dickson shares her experience about talking to her dad about no longer driving.
Can you pass the password test?
Now in its 18th year, Cybersecurity Awareness Month continues to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity across our Nation. Cybersecurity Awareness Month is a collaborative effort between government and industry to ensure everyone in the Nation has the resources they need to be safer and more secure online.
Sgt. Jeff Plank with the department of Public Safety explains best password practices. (pre-record)
More rapid testing coming to the US
Dave and Debbie revisit the conversation on the announcement that The White House will spend an additional $1 billion on rapid at-home COVID tests.
Is Idaho's Lt. Governor out of control?
Today Utah Governor Cox tweeted "Feels like a good day to remind people how lucky I am to have the best Lt. Governor in the country."... and it got Debbie wondering, is it a little jab at what is happening in Idaho between the Governor and the Lt. Governor? Governor leaves town and Lt. Gov takes matters into her own hands. Is it a political stunt?
Nate Sunderland, Managing Editor of East-Idaho-News calls in to share perspective on the politics taking place in Idaho.
Senator Joe Manchin demands progressives prioritize spending
It's the largest spending bill in history. A $3.5T spending bill. Senator Manchin tells progressives that they have to choose between Child tax credit, Paid family medical leave, and Subsidies for childcare. Boyd Matheson, with Inside Sources, joins us in for the conversation.
Stopping the stigma: ADHD
Many people may have heard of ADHD -- it has even become a popular discussion on Tik Tok where others point out signs that they may have it.. Today Dave and Debbie want to stop the stigma around ADHD and really look at how common it is, and the signs and symptoms that come along with it.
Dr. Rachel Weir, Adult Psychiatrist at Huntsman Mental Health who specializes in adult and child behavioral health calls in to help us understand ADHD better.
When can you fire your gun?
In 2019 Buk Buk, the man arrested for the death of U of U football player Aaron Lowe, had an encounter with a Utah dad. George Bekmezian and his daughter were robbed at gunpoint by Buk. George is a concealed gun owner and opened fire on Buk but didn’t hit him.
Clark Aposhian , Utah Gun Lobbyist calls in what situations you can rightfully shoot.
Dad of Moab murder victims still searching for answers
Carter Pape, The Times-Independent reporter in Moab calls in to bring the latest details
Sean-Paul Shulte dad of Kylen Shulte calls in with a plea to keep spreading the word to find out more information on the death of Kylen and Crystal.
Did you switch jobs during the pandemic?
Where are the workers? Most of them switched careers or are working to switch careers for a better opportunity - are you one of them?
Where are all the workers?
We hear every day about the worker shortage here in Utah -- in fact Utah has the 5th largest gap of workers in the country. Where are the workers? Utah suspended stimulus unemployment checks two months early last June.Do people not want to work or have they just moved on to better oppurtunities?
Shana Petersen -- quit her job due to an injury and the pandemic and started a balloon business.
Rapid Covid Test Influx
Time to take our D2 quiz:
Your employer just mandated you show proof of a Covid-19 vaccine, or show proof of a negative test every single week
a. Take the vaccine.
b. Take a test each week.
c. Quit your job
Taking your calls on this new mandate, and your opinions on the Rapid Covid tests in this segment!
White House to spend $1 billion on rapid at-home COVID testing
Big announcement, lots of questions. The White House will spend an additional $1 billion on rapid at-home COVID tests. Dollar program to infuse the nation with COVID rapid test kits. When, where, cost, how can we get one?
Update on the murders of two women in Moab
The story? Two women, newlyweds, were gunned down while camping in August. There are still no suspects, and the police are tight lipped. We spoke first to Carter Pape, a reporter with Moab's The Times-Independent newspaper. Then, we'll speak with Sean-Paul Shulte. He's the father of one of the victims, Kylen Shulte.
How to Forgive a Cheating Partner
After multiple discussions about the cheating scandal of Coach Urban Meyer many may be asking how his wife may stay with him.
Dr. Liz Hale, Clinical Psychologist explains three phases of forgiving infidelity. (Prerecorded)
Should downfalls in personal life interfere with professional life?
Urban Meyer's job with the Jacksonville Jaguars is safe for now, according to the team owner. Should mistakes in your personal life cost you in your professional life... should you lose your job over something that happened in your personal life?
The Loan Forgiveness that Wasn't Forgiving
For years the federal government ran a student loan forgiveness program that wasn't forgiving student loans. Lots of our listeners will want to hear more because it may erase 10 years in loan payments. Dave and Debbie explain how the refunds may be coming for those waiting.
The Drama in DC
America is coming closer and closer to the default date of October 18, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is asking the Republicans to allow the debt limit to pass with a simple majority vote rather than a total of 60 votes which would require 10 Republicans to vote yes.
Boyd Matheson brings the latest updates.
Is Utah Failing the Justice System?
Dave and Debbie continue the conversation about how Buk Buk slipped through the cracks of parole and come to find out his case is not unique. This happens to plenty of criminals all around the state of Utah.
Representative Karianne Lisonbee, Chair of the Judiciary Committee, explains what lawmakers are doing in an attempt to stop this.
Buk is a prime example of what Utah dad George Bekmezian says is wrong with Utah's Justice System.
John Huber, former US Attorney for Utah, has prosecuted cases in the federal system and explains why many opt for federal prosecution for stricter regulations.
Why was Buk Buk Released?
D2 Hears from DA Sim Gill (pre-recorded) about how Buk Buk managed to slip through the cracks of parole on behalf of his dad and victim George Bekmezian who called the show yesterday.
BREAKING NEWS: SHOOTER AT TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL
BREAKING NEWS: There was a shooting at a high school in Texas. Dave and Debbie give an update. Anchored by LIVE ABC.
Free Tutoring in the Ogden School District
Free tutoring! You may want to make your way to the Ogden School District, as they are the first district in Utah to provide free and unlimited tutoring to students.
---Jer Bates, PIO Ogden School District
1 in 4 Adult Children Moving Back Home in Utah
Empty Nesters are not so empty anymore; kids are coming back to live with their parents. Here in Utah, More than 25% of kids have returned home.
Listeners call in as we pose the question, do you let them in or lock the door?
The Debt Ceiling Crisis
Senator Mitt Romney says he'll join other Republicans to stop the Democrats from raising the debt ceiling. He tweeted: There's an existing carve out where Democrats can do it themselves-- it's called reconciliation.
In other words, do it on your own dems. Boyd Matheson walks us through the drama in DC.
Stigma: Why Won't Shelley Meyer Divorce?
Urban Meyer his wife Shelley are Catholic. Roman Catholic: "I promise to love you, be faithful to you, respect you, and stand by your side." Urban broke about all of that. Let's talk about why his wife will likely stay with him. Divorce Attorney Todd Weiler discusses why many people avoid divorce in situations like these.
Utah Gives Back
Next Thursday October 14th - Utah Gives back with SelectHealth will be working to improve the exterior of Highland Jr. High School in Ogden. through the event they will be weeding, gardening, and painting all throughout the school.
Greg Reid, Public & Community Relations Manager at SelectHealth and Ken Crawford with the Ogden School District discuss the event
Victim of Buk Buk Relives Robbery
Dave and Debbie revisit the conversation with George Bekmezian / Whose daughter spots an online ad for a cell phone and agrees to meet the private seller in a neighborhood in T-Ville. It was a ruse to rob them. Knife and gun to the face... fire 3 shots, chase them down, want the robber off the street wake up Sunday, and find he wasn't off the streets. Buk Buk has now been arrested for the murder of Aaron Lowe.
Are we Fake Addicted to Social Media?
Yesterday was a wild one for Facebook. For 5 hours it went down. It crashed and nobody knows why but we are sure it had owner Mark Zuckerberg in a panic. Dave and Debbie take a look at social media addiction.
Facebook Whistleblower Testifies
Facebook was out of commission for about 6 hours yesterday, and while the company stated this to be an internal glitch, many wondered if it had to do with the Facebook Whistleblower calling out the tech giant the day before on its toxicity. Frances Haugen, a 37 year old former Facebook product manager who worke don civic integrity issues at the company released tens of thousands of pages from internal research indicating the company was aware of various problems caused by its apps and testified to today on the issue.
Boyd Matheson discusses her testimony and what this means for big tech
Amazon Early Black Friday Deals
Is it too soon to start talking about Christmas? Not according to amazon. They have their black Friday deals already up and running! Dave and Debbie talk about the amazing deals Amazon has to offer for the holidays.
Evelyn Cox calls in to share her top tips on budgeting for Christmas
Urban Meyers Public Lap Dance
Urban Meyer is one of the greatest college football coaches in history. He also spent two years leading the Utah Utes to historic success. Now he's in hot water after a 7-second video surfaced this weekend of Meyer. How do I describe this delicately getting up close and personal with someone that is not his wife?
The Crime Wave of Buk Buk: Who is The Man Arrested for the Murder of Aaron Lowe?
This is the story of Buk Buk. The 20-somthing yol, in jail charged with the murder of Ute Football Player Aaron Lowe. His crime wave begins 4 years ago, until lands in jail accused of pulling the trigger on a tsunami of gunfire that kills Ute football player Aaron Lowe & critically injures a young woman. Injustice System gives him lots of breaks, avoids hard time. and he's let off the hook because no one knows his real age.
Another Dangerous Tik Tok Trend?
A new Tik Tok Trend is surfacing around schools.. going further than vandalism.. but sexual assault. Users on the trending app have been promoting "slap a staff member or hit a staff member" throughout the month of October. Which could lead students to assault or even sexual assault charges.
Mary Richards, KSL Newsradio Reporter explains what districts around the state of Utah are doing to prevent this from becoming a problem here in the state.
Utah dad speaks out about run-in with accused killer
The daughter spots an online ad for a cell phone and agrees to meet the private seller in a neighborhood in Taylorsville. It was a ruse to rob them.
Two years later, George Bekmezian says he was stunned to learn the man convicted in the violent robbery of him and his daughter was free... and now faces accusations of the murder of Utah football player Aaron Lowe. He shares his story with Dave & Dujanovic.
The Utah Jazz teams up with KSL to expand radio coverage
Starting tonight as we merge into the Pre-season games of The Utah Jazz... listeners can hear the game right here on KSL Newsradio.. As a new partnership has been announced with the Zone Sports Network announced last week in an effort to bring jazz games to more listeners. Dave and Debbie discuss how this changes the game.
Was There a Motive in the Shooting of U of U's Football Star Aaron Lowe?
Why the confusion in motives from Police? Defense Attorney Greg Skordas calls in to helps D2 read between the lines of what may be happening with the messaging.
Dog The Bounty Hunter and the Search for Brian Laundrie: The Latest Updates.
As we continue to follow the search for Brian Laundrie, we ask… Will Dog the Bounty Hunter solve the case before the FBI? And why did Moab Police wait to release the new angle of the body cam video. Dave and Debbie bring the latest updates in the case.
President Biden's Failing Agenda
Its day 257 into the Biden Presidency.. and we can't help but notice the downfall of his agenda.. and this morning the president spoke about the debt ceiling.. continuing to be blocked by republicans. Boyd Matheson from Inside Sources joins the conversation to give us his inside knowledge.