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

  • September 28, 2022

    September 28, 2022

    9:05 - 9:50 Hurricane Ian Reaches Florida

    Hurricane Ian is fast approaching the coast of Florida. We speak to KSL Meteorologist Kevin Eubank to discuss how big Hurricane Ian is and what it means for Florida. Dave and Debbie go over reports and videos straight from Florida with the latest on the storm.

    Boyd Matheson from Inside Sources joins us to discuss how this is a make-it-or-break-it moment for Governor DeSantis.

    10:05 Senator Gene Davis Resignation Calls

    The Salt Lake County Democratic Party wants Senator Gene Davis to resign immediately after an investigation into a complaint made against him. Senator Davis' lawyer, Benjamin Grindstaff, joins the show to discuss why the Senator is refusing to step down.

    10:20 Be Ready - Strong Storms

    Bryan Stinson, Emergency Management Preparedness Specialist from Be Ready Utah, joins the show to explain the preparations for Hurricane Ian and how to “be ready” for prolonged power outages. 

    10:35 Rapping Politicians

    Utah Senate candidate Linda Paulson has gone viral after she posted a rapping video promoting her campaign, her opponent Karen Maine has also responded to the video. KSL Newsradio reporter Lindsay Aerts joins us to go over the details.

    10:50 Conference Special: Discovering New Stories of Utah’s Pioneers

    Mary Richards, reporter for Church News joins us to discuss her special program for the 192nd semi-annual General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Her special celebrates lesser-known stories of Utah Pioneers.

    11:05 Gov. DeSantis Live from Florida

    Governor Desantis gives a public announcement sharing the scope of the recovery effort including FEMA, the national guard, and help from 27 other states. He emphasizes that despite the massive mobilization, power will likely be out for Floridians for weeks and maybe months.

    11:20 Russia Draft

    Huge lines of traffic form at the borders as Russian citizens try to flee the country to avoid being drafted. Utah State University Professor Anna Pechenkina discusses the problem Russia is facing in its attempts to draft Russians to continue their war with Ukraine.

    11:35 - 11:50 Red Cross Utah Members In Florida

    We bring on Benjamin Donner, Executive Director of the American Red Cross of Central and Southern Utah, to understand the scale of Hurricane Ian’s potential for destruction and the raft of Utahn volunteers already helping at ground zero of the hurricane. Donner gives info on how listeners can help from here in Utah. Dave and Debbie tune in to reporters in Florida for the latest on Hurricane Ian.

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  • September 28, 2022

    Red Cross Utah Members In Florida

    We bring on Benjamin Donner, Executive Director of the American Red Cross of Central and Southern Utah, to understand the scale of Hurricane Ian’s potential for destruction and the raft of Utahn volunteers already helping at ground zero of the hurricane. Donner gives info on how listeners can help from here in Utah. Dave and Debbie tune in to reporters in Florida for the latest on Hurricane Ian.

    Play Episode
  • September 28, 2022

    Russia Draft

    Huge lines of traffic form at the borders as Russian citizens try to flee the country to avoid being drafted. Utah State University Professor Anna Pechenkina discusses the problem Russia is facing in its attempts to draft Russians to continue their war with Ukraine.

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  • September 28, 2022

    Gov. DeSantis Live from Florida

    Governor Desantis gives a public announcement sharing the scope of the recovery effort including FEMA, the national guard, and help from 27 other states. He emphasizes that despite the massive mobilization, power will likely be out for Floridians for weeks and maybe months.

    Play Episode
  • September 28, 2022

    Conference Special: Discovering New Stories of Utah’s Pioneers

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  • September 28, 2022

    Rapping Politicians

    Utah Senate candidate Linda Paulson has gone viral after she posted a rapping video promoting her campaign, her opponent Karen Maine has also responded to the video. KSL Newsradio reporter Lindsay Aerts joins us to go over the details.

    Play Episode
  • September 28, 2022

    Be Ready - Strong Storms

    Bryan Stinson, Emergency Management Preparedness Specialist from Be Ready Utah, joins the show to explain the preparations for Hurricane Ian and how to “be ready” for prolonged power outages. 

    Play Episode
  • September 28, 2022

    Senator Gene Davis Resignation Calls

    The Salt Lake County Democratic Party wants Senator Gene Davis to resign immediately after an investigation into a complaint made against him. Senator Davis' lawyer, Benjamin Grindstaff, joins the show to discuss why the Senator is refusing to step down.

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  • September 28, 2022

    Hurricane Ian Reaches Florida

    Hurricane Ian is fast approaching the coast of Florida. We speak to KSL Meteorologist Kevin Eubank to discuss how big Hurricane Ian is and what it means for Florida. Dave and Debbie go over reports and videos straight from Florida with the latest on the storm.

    Boyd Matheson from Inside Sources joins us to discuss how this is a make-it-or-break-it moment for Governor DeSantis.

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  • September 27, 2022

    September 27, 2022

    9:05 - 9:35 Would You Pay To Guarantee Trump/Biden Won’t Run In 2024

    A new poll by Deseret News and HarrisX asked  “Imagine you could pay some amount of money to guarantee Donald Trump (or Joe Biden) does not run for president in 2024. How much money would you be willing to pay?.” Suzanne Bates with the Deseret News calls the show to go over the poll findings. We take listeners' calls.

    9:50 Update ALA Dress Code School

    The executive director of a local charter high school, the American Leadership Academy, speaks out in response to a protest against the school’s alleged discrimination against certain girls’ body types at the homecoming dance. 

    10:05 - 10:20 Civilian Officers

    The New Orleans Police Department announced they are hiring civilians to help the police department perform some tasks including issuing traffic citations and surveying major events. Dave and Debbie discuss whether this is a good idea. We take listeners' calls.

    10:35 How Long will The Bear Market Last

    The DOW has dropped below 30,000 for the first time since June. We speak with Phil Dean, Chief Economist & Public Finance Senior Research Fellow at the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute to discuss how long we spect this bear market to last.

    10:50 Skip College Signalling

    Dave Noriega talks about his General Conference special episode this week on going to college and other alternatives for kids to enter the workforce.

    11:05 Meet The New Swing Voter

    A new poll of American parents across the political spectrum shows an overwhelming majority of parents want to have more of a say over their children’s curriculum and assigned school. Is this a new swing voter demographic for politicians to target in the upcoming midterms? Boyd Matheson from Inside Sources joins the debate.

    11:20 Cure For Ovarian Cancer?

    Ovarian cancer can be very hard to detect and it is extremely deadly for women. Dr. Theresa Werner, Senior Director of Clinical Research at the Hunstman Cancer Institute joins the show to discuss a new “inhibitor” they are testing that can give women a fighting chance.

    11:35 Bats In The Building

    Nine people needed to receive rabies shots after being exposed to a bat at a historic downtown condominium complex. Nicholas Rupp, spokesman for the Salt Lake County Health Department calls the show to discuss why we need to be aware of animals who might have rabies.

    11:50 The Sad History of Tragedy Spring

    This Saturday morning KSL Newsradio will be airing a special program dedicated to Tragedy Spring. KSL Newsradio Dan Bammes is hosting the new special and joins us to give us a sneak peek at what we can expect Saturday.

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  • September 27, 2022

    The Sad History of Tragedy Spring

    This Saturday morning KSL Newsradio will be airing a special program dedicated to Tragedy Spring. KSL Newsradio Dan Bammes is hosting the new special and joins us to give us a sneak peek at what we can expect Saturday.

    Play Episode
  • September 27, 2022

    Bats In The Building

    Nine people needed to receive rabies shots after being exposed to a bat at a historic downtown condominium complex. Nicholas Rupp, spokesman for the Salt Lake County Health Department calls the show to discuss why we need to be aware of animals who might have rabies.

    Play Episode
  • September 27, 2022

    Cure For Ovarian Cancer?

    Ovarian cancer can be very hard to detect and it is extremely deadly for women. Dr. Theresa Werner, Senior Director of Clinical Research at the Hunstman Cancer Institute joins the show to discuss a new “inhibitor” they are testing that can give women a fighting chance.

    Play Episode
  • September 27, 2022

    Meet The New Swing Voter

    A new poll of American parents across the political spectrum shows an overwhelming majority of parents want to have more of a say over their children’s curriculum and assigned school. Is this a new swing voter demographic for politicians to target in the upcoming midterms? Boyd Matheson from Inside Sources joins the debate.

    Play Episode
  • September 27, 2022

    Skip College Signalling

    Dave Noriega talks about his General Conference special episode this week on going to college and other alternatives for kids to enter the workforce.

    Play Episode
  • September 27, 2022

    How Long will The Bear Market Last

    The DOW has dropped below 30,000 for the first time since June. We speak with Phil Dean, Chief Economist & Public Finance Senior Research Fellow at the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute to discuss how long we spect this bear market to last.

    Play Episode
  • September 27, 2022

    Civilian Officers

    The New Orleans Police Department announced they are hiring civilians to help the police department perform some tasks including issuing traffic citations and surveying major events. Dave and Debbie discuss whether this is a good idea. We take listeners' calls.

    Play Episode
  • September 27, 2022

    Update ALA Dress Code School

    The executive director of a local charter high school, the American Leadership Academy, speaks out in response to a protest against the school’s alleged discrimination against certain girls’ body types at the homecoming dance. 

    Play Episode
  • September 27, 2022

    Would You Pay To Guarantee Trump/Biden Won’t Run In 2024

    A new poll by Deseret News and HarrisX asked  “Imagine you could pay some amount of money to guarantee Donald Trump (or Joe Biden) does not run for president in 2024. How much money would you be willing to pay?.” Suzanne Bates with the Deseret News calls the show to go over the poll findings. We take listeners' calls.

    Play Episode
  • September 26, 2022

    September 26, 2022

    9:05 - 9:50 Homecoming Dance Dress Troubles

    Students at the American Leadership Academy school in Spanish Fork held a protest Monday morning after many students were turned away at the school’s homecoming dance due to dress violations. Student Body President and Vice President Sarah Bennett and Julia Rentschler, Homecoming Queen, Natalia Burton and student Molleleigh Gamble call the show to discuss how they were treated and rule enforcement was not consistent. 

    9:50 Iran Protests

    Iran erupted into protests after a 22 year old woman was taken into custody by the morality police and later died while in their custody. New York Times Reporter Farnaz Fassihi gives us the latest details on the protests against Iran leaders.

    10:05 - 10:20 Immigration Causes and Solutions

    We revisit our interview with the Mayor Of Yuma, AZ on the immigration problems at the southern border. Claudio Holzner, Professor of Political Science at the University of Utah calls the show to discuss why we are seeing so many migrants at the border and what we can do.

    10:35 Utah Gas Prices

    Utah is always one of the states with the highest gas prices in the nation. KSL Investigative Reporter Math Gephardt recently investigated why Utah constantly has higher prices than many other states.

    10:50 Conference - Skip College

    President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan will wipe away a few hundred billion of that debt, but the real question for today is, is that $1.7 Trillion of student debt worth it? Dave goes over his special one-hour program on the new ways of learning this Saturday for the General Conference.

    11:05 Russia Exodus

    There is a massive exodus of young men in Russia and their families after many are speculating the Kremlin may prohibit mobilization-eligible men from leaving the country. Russia has also announced they have granted citizenship to Edward Snowden. Inside Source’s Boyd Matheson joins us to discuss if this is just a distraction by Russia.

    11:20 Polls Off Balance

    The Deseret News and the Hinckley Institute of Policy's latest poll shows that the Senate race between candidates Mike Lee and Evan McMullin is closer than expected. Taylor Morgan with Morgan May Public Affairs and KSL at Night joins us to discuss the poll and whether pollsters are missing anything.

    11:35 - 11:50 Dance Dress Code Problem

    Dave and Debbie revisit the incident at a homecoming dance at the American Leadership Academy school, which led to a student protest Monday morning. Listeners call the show.

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  • September 26, 2022

    Dance Dress Code Problem

    Dave and Debbie revisit the incident at a homecoming dance at the American Leadership Academy school, which led to a student protest Monday morning. Listeners call the show.

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  • September 26, 2022

    Polls Off Balance

    The Deseret News and the Hinckley Institute of Policy's latest poll shows that the Senate race between candidates Mike Lee and Evan McMullin is closer than expected. Taylor Morgan with Morgan May Public Affairs and KSL at Night joins us to discuss the poll and whether pollsters are missing anything.

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  • September 26, 2022

    Russia Exodus

    There is a massive exodus of young men in Russia and their families after many are speculating the Kremlin may prohibit mobilization-eligible men from leaving the country. Russia has also announced they have granted citizenship to Edward Snowden. Inside Source’s Boyd Matheson joins us to discuss if this is just a distraction by Russia.

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  • September 26, 2022

    Conference Weekend Special: With the rates of college debt rising, should our kids skip college?

    President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan will wipe away a few hundred billion of that debt, but the real question for today is, is that $1.7 Trillion of student debt worth it? Dave goes over his special one-hour program on the new ways of learning this Saturday for the General Conference.

    Play Episode
  • September 26, 2022

    Utah Gas Prices

    Utah is always one of the states with the highest gas prices in the nation. KSL Investigative Reporter Math Gephardt recently investigated why Utah constantly has higher prices than many other states.

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  • September 26, 2022

    Immigration Causes and Solutions

    We revisit our interview with the Mayor Of Yuma, AZ on the immigration problems at the southern border. Claudio Holzner, Professor of Political Science at the University of Utah calls the show to discuss why we are seeing so many migrants at the border and what we can do.

    Play Episode
  • September 26, 2022

    Homecoming Dance Dress Troubles

    Students at the American Leadership Academy school in Spanish Fork held a protest Monday morning after many students were turned away at the school’s homecoming dance due to dress violations. Student Body President and Vice President Sarah Bennett and Julia Rentschler, Homecoming Queen, Natalia Burton and student Molleleigh Gamble call the show to discuss how they were treated and rule enforcement was not consistent. 

    Play Episode
  • September 26, 2022

    Iran Protests

    Iran erupted into protests after a 22 year old woman was taken into custody by the morality police and later died while in their custody. New York Times Reporter Farnaz Fassihi gives us the latest details on the protests against Iran leaders.

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    September 22, 2022

    9:05 - 9:20 - Water use up 12% in Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District 

    We were in water saving mode this summer. Turn off the faucet while brushing teeth, turn off sprinklers in a rain storm. Now the shock of the day: for several cities along the Wasatch, water use SHOT WAY UP!!! Feel like it's a kick in the teeth for trying all the tricks. Linda Townes Cooke with Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District joins the show to discuss what happened. 

    9:35 - 9:50 - How the federal interest rates impact your budget

    Inflation creep -- interest rates going up again -- on your credit cards an extra $14/mo. New home loans $250/month, new car loan extra $25 a month, HELOCs not locked in -- more per month. You'd think higher rates would mean a better return on savings even that's a joke. Dave and Debbie break down why the feds are raising the rates and the direct impact on our budget. 

    10:05 - What can the FBI get off of cell phones? 

    Lots of stuff we could pluck off today about President Trump's Legal Woes... civil lawsuit in NY over inflating property values so his assets look better on paper, an appeals court ruling that allows DOJ investigators access once againe to documents seized from Mar-a-lago. But we really want to talk about all the phone seized phones and what the FBI could possibly get from them. John Huber/Former US Attorney for Utah, served under Pres Obama/Trump joins the show to explain what the FBI can do.10:20 -  House passes bill that would make it harder to overthrow an election

    The House of Representatives just passed a bill that would make it harder to overthrow an election. JUSTIN FINCH, ABC NEWS CORRESPONDENT, WASHINGTON, joins the show to explain what this bill is. 10:35 - What is behind random acts of violence? 

    A Taylorsville couple randomly stabbed in their sleep this week by a teen who didn't even know them -- accused of sneaking into their home -- we'll get inside the minds of people who accused of random acts of violence with KSL legal analyst Greg Skordas joins the show. 10:50 - The impact of unanticipated facial paralysis

     If you are an avid viewer of KSL News you may have noticed KSL 5 TV's Mike Headrick hasn't been on the screen as often lately.. Mike recorded a short video this week for viewers that explained why he's been off air for so long... It began when he had shoulder surgery, then something really odd happened to his mouth. Mike Headrick KSL 5 TV joins the show to share what is going on. 

    11:05 - Nuclear threats by Russian President Vladimir Putin 

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has made nuclear threats on the basis of being "nuclear blackmail" by the US and its allies. Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources joins the show to discuss more. 11:20 - Be Ready Utah: Earthquake Preparedness 

    September is National Preparedness Month. It’s a great time to take actions towards preparing for emergencies and disasters where we live. We’ve seen a rash of earthquakes around the region lately, including a couple of Magnitude 4’s in northern Arizona which were felt in St. George, a handful of Magnitude high 1’s in Yellowstone, and even a couple of Magnitude 2’s in Magna. Not only here, central Mexico was hit with a 7.7 magnitude earthquake on Monday and another one this morning they were hit again with a 7.6 quake.   Wade Mathews, Public Information Officer for the Utah DIvision of Emergency Management, joins the show to explain more on home hazards and earthquake safety. 

    11:35 -11:50 - NTSB recommending alcohol detection in all new vehicles

     The National Transportation Safety Board is recommending all new vehicles carry a blood alcohol monitoring system that won't let drunk people drive. Dave and Debbie discuss whether this is a good or bad idea and take listener calls. 

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  • September 22, 2022

    NTSB recommending alcohol detection in all new vehicles

    The National Transportation Safety Board is recommending all new vehicles carry a blood alcohol monitoring system that won't let drunk people drive. Dave and Debbie discuss whether this is a good or bad idea and take listener calls. 

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  • September 22, 2022

    Be Ready Utah: Earthquake Preparedness

    September is National Preparedness Month. It’s a great time to take actions towards preparing for emergencies and disasters where we live. We’ve seen a rash of earthquakes around the region lately, including a couple of Magnitude 4’s in northern Arizona which were felt in St. George, a handful of Magnitude high 1’s in Yellowstone, and even a couple of Magnitude 2’s in Magna. Not only here, central Mexico was hit with a 7.7 magnitude earthquake on Monday and another one this morning they were hit again with a 7.6 quake.   Wade Mathews, Public Information Officer for the Utah Division of Emergency Management, joins the show to explain more on home hazards and earthquake safety. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    Nuclear threats by Russian President Vladimir Putin

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has made nuclear threats on the basis of being "nuclear blackmail" by the US and its allies. Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources joins the show to discuss more. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    The impact of unanticipated facial paralysis

    If you are an avid viewer of KSL News you may have noticed KSL 5 TV's Mike Headrick hasn't been on the screen as often lately.. Mike recorded a short video this week for viewers that explained why he's been off air for so long... It began when he had shoulder surgery, then something really odd happened to his mouth. Mike Headrick KSL 5 TV joins the show to share what is going on. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    What is behind random acts of violence?

    A Taylorsville couple randomly stabbed in their sleep this week by a teen who didn't even know them -- accused of sneaking into their home -- we'll get inside the minds of people who accused of random acts of violence with KSL legal analyst Greg Skordas joins the show. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    House passes bill that would make it harder to overthrow an election

    The House of Representatives just passed a bill that would make it harder to overthrow an election. JUSTIN FINCH, ABC NEWS CORRESPONDENT, WASHINGTON, joins the show to explain what this bill is. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    What can the FBI get off of cell phones?

    Lots of stuff we could pluck off today about President Trump's Legal Woes... civil lawsuit in NY over inflating property values so his assets look better on paper, an appeals court ruling that allows DOJ investigators access once againe to documents seized from Mar-a-lago. But we really want to talk about all the phone seized phones and what the FBI could possibly get from them. John Huber/Former US Attorney for Utah, served under Pres Obama/Trump joins the show to explain what the FBI can do.

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    How the federal interest rates impact your budget

    Inflation creep -- interest rates going up again -- on your credit cards an extra $14/mo. New home loans $250/month, new car loan extra $25 a month, HELOCs not locked in -- more per month. You'd think higher rates would mean a better return on savings even that's a joke. Dave and Debbie break down why the feds are raising the rates and the direct impact on our budget. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    Water use up 12% in Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District

    We were in water saving mode this summer. Turn off the faucet while brushing teeth, turn off sprinklers in a rain storm. Now the shock of the day: for several cities along the Wasatch, water use SHOT WAY UP!!! Feel like it's a kick in the teeth for trying all the tricks. Linda Townes Cooke with Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District joins the show to discuss what happened. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    September 21, 2022

    9:05 - 9:20 - How do we know if the federal interest rate hikes are working? 

    As the federal reserve is expected to raise interest rates once again, Dave and Debbie speak to Rich Mebius, Portfolio Manager for  Zions Bank Wealth Management9:35 - Growth, safety and upgrades in the Weber School District 

    We are broadcasting live from the Roy High School in the Weber School District and just like so many other areas growth is booming here! In just a moment we are going to be speaking with the Roy High Principal, Mike Martini and The Weber District Communication Specialist Lane Findley on how they are accommodating this growth…9:50 - Inside Roy High School 

    Broadcasting live at Roy High School.. We are going to take you a bit closer inside what great things are happening at Roy High School.. Dave and Debbie speak to Mike Puzey , Roy High School Athletic Director about student success and athletics. They also speak to Chris Maag, History Teacher who shares an inspirational story about his cancer journey and how Roy High School supported him. 

    10:05 - Inside the border crisis in Yuma, Arizona

    As we continue to discuss the border crisis and many stories of immigration and migration, Dave and Debbie go directly to Douglas J. Nichols Yuma, AZ  Mayor to get a better understanding of the issue directly from 

    10:20 - How the department of workforce services helps immigrants find work 

    America has a labor shortage of millions of jobs, and not enough born-and-raised Americans to fill it. One possible solution? Integrating migrant workers into the economy instead of deporting them. What resources are there to help people find work? Nate Mcdonald with the Department of Workforce Services joins the show to explain more. 10:35 - 10:50 Preparing young adults for the financial world 

    Poll: 60% who have credit card debt have owed their creditors for at least 12 months. And the number of people who have been in debt for 12 months rose 10 points from last year. As we broadcast live from Roy High School we dive into into what is being taught in financial literacy with teacher Lindsey Opheikens. Then we speak to FBLA President Tiffany Nguyen who shares here financial concerns as we speak to Ted Rossman with Bankrate about this study but also what she can do to prepare for the world of finances as a young adult. 

    11:05 - The border crisis in Arizona

    As we revisit the discussion with the mayor of Yuma, Arizona. KTAR News Reporter, Taylor Tasler with joins the show to explain what she has been looking at with the border crisis specifically in Arizona. 

    11:20 - Voting 101: What first time voters need to know. As we broadcast live from Roy High School, there are a lot of soon to be first time voters walking the halls! Midterms are around the corner so we speak to Student Body President at Roy High School, Naveah Parker about her anticipation to vote and Weber County Clerk, Ricky Hatch joins the conversation to give her everything she needs to know as a first time voter. 

    11:35 - Former President Mike Pence visits Utah Former Vice President Mike Pence visited Utah yesterday and Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources was able to have a sit down discussion with him live from Utah Valley University. Boyd joins the show to tell us more about his conversation. 

    11:50 - Students building tinyhomes and the happiness hotline Weber School District As we wrap up our show at Roy High School in the Weber School District, Becky Sagers, CTE Coordinator and Rod Belnap CTE Director join the show to discuss about the involvement of students in CTE and how they have built tinyhomes as a part of it. Rod also explains the Happiness Hotline that is a unique resource at the Weber School District. 

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  • September 22, 2022

    Students building tinyhomes and the happiness hotline Weber School District

    As we wrap up our show at Roy High School in the Weber School District, Becky Sagers, CTE Coordinator and Rod Belnap CTE Director join the show to discuss about the involvement of students in CTE and how they have built tinyhomes as a part of it. Rod also explains the Happiness Hotline that is a unique resource at the Weber School District. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    Former President Mike Pence visits Utah

    Former Vice President Mike Pence visited Utah on Tuesday and Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources was able to have a sit down discussion with him live from Utah Valley University. Boyd joins the show to tell us more about his conversation. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    Voting 101: What first time voters need to know.

    As we broadcast live from Roy High School, there are a lot of soon to be first time voters walking the halls! Midterms are around the corner so we speak to Student Body President at Roy High School, Naveah Parker about her anticipation to vote and Weber County Clerk, Ricky Hatch joins the conversation to give her everything she needs to know as a first time voter. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    The border crisis in Arizona

    As we revisit the discussion with the mayor of Yuma, Arizona. KTAR News Reporter, Taylor Tasler with joins the show to explain what she has been looking at with the border crisis specifically in Arizona. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    Preparing young adults for the financial world

    Poll: 60% who have credit card debt have owed their creditors for at least 12 months. And the number of people who have been in debt for 12 months rose 10 points from last year. As we broadcast live from Roy High School we dive into into what is being taught in financial literacy with teacher Lindsey Opheikens. Then we speak to FBLA President Tiffany Nguyen who shares here financial concerns as we speak to Ted Rossman with Bankrate about this study but also what she can do to prepare for the world of finances as a young adult. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    How the department of workforce services helps immigrants find work

    America has a labor shortage of millions of jobs, and not enough born-and-raised Americans to fill it. One possible solution? Integrating migrant workers into the economy instead of deporting them. What resources are there to help people find work? Nate Mcdonald with the Department of Workforce Services joins the show to explain more. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    Inside the border crisis in Yuma, Arizona

    As we continue to discuss the border crisis and many stories of immigration and migration, Dave and Debbie go directly to Douglas J. Nichols Yuma, AZ  Mayor to get a better understanding of the issue directly from 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    Inside Roy High School

    Broadcasting live at Roy High School.. We are going to take you a bit closer inside what great things are happening at Roy High School.. Dave and Debbie speak to Mike Puzey , Roy High School Athletic Director about student success and athletics. They also speak to Chris Maag, History Teacher who shares an inspirational story about his cancer journey and how Roy High School supported him. 

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    Growth, safety and upgrades in the Weber School District

    We are broadcasting live from the Roy High School in the Weber School District and just like so many other areas growth is booming here! In just a moment we are going to be speaking with the Roy High Principal, Mike Martini and The Weber District Communication Specialist Lane Findley on how they are accommodating this growth

    Play Episode
  • September 22, 2022

    How do we know if the federal interest rate hikes are working?

    As the federal reserve is expected to raise interest rates once again, Dave and Debbie speak to Rich Mebius, Portfolio Manager for  Zions Bank Wealth Management

    Play Episode
  • September 20, 2022

    September 20, 2022

    9:05 - Stabbing in Taylorsville We got word this morning of a stabbing in Taylorsville. At last word we heard it was a teenage boy in custody and the prime suspect. Chris Jacobs, KSL Newsradio Reporter joins us live on the scene to bring us details.9:20 - Home prices falling in 98 major housing markets Fortune:  The home price correction is sharper—and more widespread—than previously thought. 98 major housing markets where home prices are already falling.Provo, Ogden, SLC on the map. Context: residential real estate -- spiked 43%. SF down 11%. Phoenix down 5%.. seattle down 5.8%. Dave and Debbie discus the housing market. 9:35 - 9:50 - Anti Mormon Chant at the BYU-Oregon football game BYU football traveled up to Eugene, Oregon on Saturday... lost the game... but it was a chant in the stands that has Oregon fans in hot water.  Jay Drew, Covers BYU Sports for the Deseret News to discuss what happened and if this is becoming a trend. This is officially a trend. The exact same thing happened last year at the USC game. Dave and Debbie take listener calls on if an apology 10:05 - 10:20 - Violation of Human rights? Texis Sheriff investigating Ron Desantis' migrant flights to Martha's Vineyard A Texas sheriff is investigating whether Florida governor Desantis’s flying of 48 Venezuelan migrants to Martha’s Vineyard is a violation of “human rights.” On the allegation the immigrants were tricked -- promised jobs and housing to board a plane. Dave and Debbie discuss the issue. 10:35 -10:50 Anonymous donor pledged nearly $100,000 to cover meals at Manila Elementary SchoolAn anonymous donor has pledged nearly $100,000 to cover meals at Manila Elementary School. Parents of the elementary school opened their emails Monday morning to the surprise announcement that their children's meals will be paid for the entire school year. Rachelle Spencer, Manila Elementary Principal joins the show to discuss the donation. 11:05 - Former Vice President Mike Pence speaks at UVU Former Vice President Mike Pence is getting ready to take the stage at U-V-U today. Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources joins the show to preview the speech and his exclusive interview with the former Vice President.  11:20 - Is Former Vice President Mike Pence considering a Presidential Run? As we wait for Former Vice President Mike Pence to take the stage for his speech at Utah Valley University, Leah Murray, Executive Director of The Walker Institute of Politics and KSL @ Night Host joins the show to discuss if this visit to Utah could be a campaign stop. 

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  • September 20, 2022

    Is Former Vice President Mike Pence considering a Presidential Run?

    As we wait for Former Vice President Mike Pence to take the stage for his speech at Utah Valley University, Leah Murray, Executive Director of The Walker Institute of Politics and KSL @ Night Host joins the show to discuss if this visit to Utah could be a campaign stop. 

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  • September 20, 2022

    Former Vice President Mike Pence speaks at UVU

    Former Vice President Mike Pence is getting ready to take the stage at U-V-U today. Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources joins the show to preview the speech and his exclusive interview with the former Vice President.  

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  • September 20, 2022

    Anonymous donor pledged nearly $100,000 to cover meals at Manila Elementary School

    An anonymous donor has pledged nearly $100,000 to cover meals at Manila Elementary School. Parents of the elementary school opened their emails Monday morning to the surprise announcement that their children's meals will be paid for the entire school year. Rachelle Spencer, Manila Elementary Principal joins the show to discuss the donation. 

    Play Episode
  • September 20, 2022

    Violation of Human rights? Texis Sheriff investigating Ron Desantis' migrant flights to Martha's Vineyard

    A Texas sheriff is investigating whether Florida governor Desantis’s flying of 48 Venezuelan migrants to Martha’s Vineyard is a violation of “human rights.” On the allegation the immigrants were tricked -- promised jobs and housing to board a plane. Dave and Debbie discuss the issue. 

    Play Episode
  • September 20, 2022

    Anti Mormon Chant at the BYU-Oregon football game

    BYU football traveled up to Eugene, Oregon on Saturday... lost the game... but it was a chant in the stands that has Oregon fans in hot water.  Jay Drew, Covers BYU Sports for the Deseret News to discuss what happened and if this is becoming a trend. This is officially a trend. The exact same thing happened last year at the USC game. Dave and Debbie take listener calls on if an apology 

    Play Episode
  • September 20, 2022

    Home prices falling in 98 major housing markets

    Fortune:  The home price correction is sharper—and more widespread—than previously thought. 98 major housing markets where home prices are already falling.Provo, Ogden, SLC on the map. Context: residential real estate -- spiked 43%. SF down 11%. Phoenix down 5%.. seattle down 5.8%. Dave and Debbie discus the housing market. 

    Play Episode
  • September 20, 2022

    Stabbing in Taylorsville

    We got word this morning of a stabbing in Taylorsville. At last word we heard it was a teenage boy in custody and the prime suspect. Chris Jacobs, KSL Newsradio Reporter joins us live on the scene to bring us details.

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  • September 19, 2022

    September 19, 2022

    The Legacy of Queen Elizabeth II

    As the world says goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II today, Boyd Matheson Host of Inside Sources joins the show to discuss the queen's legacy and the decades of planning that led up to her funeral.

     Governors react to the Migrant Crisis

    New York City Mayor Eric Adams on Sunday called for more "coordination" with the federal government and Govs. Greg Abbott, R-Texas, and Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., who are busing and flying newly arrived migrants to blue states across the country. His comments come as Abbott has sent some 11,000 migrants from Texas to Chicago, New York and Washington in protest, Abbott has said, of Democrats' southern border policies. Jay O'Brien ABC News Correspondent joins the show to explain more. Followed by listener calls. 

    KSL in the Classroom: A look inside charter schools 

    Continuing our KSL in the classroom coverage brought to you this week by Utah Association for Public Charter SchoolsWe have been touring around to different school over the past few weeks.. hearing from students in the Davis, Alpine, Nebo, and Canyon's district and going inside the hallways. Today D2 takes a look at Public Charter Schools and how they differ from "regular" schools. Royce Van Tassell, Executive Director, Utah Association for Public Charter Schools joins the show.  What we learned from President Biden's interview on 60 minutes

    Three things we learned from President Biden's In-depth interview on 60 minutes. First, he declared COVID-19 pandemic over a dull, unexcited tone. Boyd Matheson Host of Inside Sources joins the show to discuss more. 

    Embracing Grief

    Hundreds of Thousands of people have gathered in London and around the world to celebrate the life of Queen Elizabeth II. The royal family is showing a strength in their moment of grief.. D2 dives into a discussion about grief with Amy Donaldson, Host of The Letter Podcast. Amy has taken a deep dive into this topic through the bonus content, she shares what she has learned about embracing grief. Queen Elizabeth on the World Stage (push)

    As the world makes their final farewell to Queen Elizabeth II, D2 takes a look at how Queen Elizabeth was viewed on the world stage and what happens to the monarchy following her death. Janicke Stramer-Smith, expert on international relations and Assistant Professor of Political Science joins the discussion. 

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  • September 19, 2022

    Queen Elizabeth on the World Stage

    As the world makes their final farewell to Queen Elizabeth II, D2 takes a look at how Queen Elizabeth was viewed on the world stage and what happens to the monarchy following her death. Janicke Stramer-Smith, expert on international relations and Assistant Professor of Political Science joins the discussion. 

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  • September 19, 2022

    Embracing Grief

    Hundreds of Thousands of people have gathered in London and around the world to celebrate the life of Queen Elizabeth II. The royal family is showing a strength in their moment of grief.. D2 dives into a discussion about grief with Amy Donaldson, Host of The Letter Podcast. Amy has taken a deep dive into this topic through the bonus content, she shares what she has learned about embracing grief. 

    Play Episode
  • September 19, 2022

    What we learned from President Biden's interview on 60 minutes

    Three things we learned from President Biden's In-depth interview on 60 minutes. First, he declared COVID-19 pandemic over a dull, unexcited tone. Boyd Matheson Host of Inside Sources joins the show to discuss more. 

    Play Episode
  • September 19, 2022

    KSL in the Classroom: A look inside charter schools

    Continuing our KSL in the classroom coverage brought to you this week by Utah Association for Public Charter SchoolsWe have been touring around to different school over the past few weeks.. hearing from students in the Davis, Alpine, Nebo, and Canyon's district and going inside the hallways. Today D2 takes a look at Public Charter Schools and how they differ from "regular" schools. Royce Van Tassell, Executive Director, Utah Association for Public Charter Schools joins the show. 

    Play Episode
  • September 19, 2022

    Governors react to the Migrant Crisis

    New York City Mayor Eric Adams on Sunday called for more "coordination" with the federal government and Govs. Greg Abbott, R-Texas, and Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., who are busing and flying newly arrived migrants to blue states across the country. His comments come as Abbott has sent some 11,000 migrants from Texas to Chicago, New York and Washington in protest, Abbott has said, of Democrats' southern border policies. Jay O'Brien ABC News Correspondent joins the show to explain more. Followed by listener calls. 

    Play Episode
  • September 19, 2022

    The Legacy of Queen Elizabeth II

    As the world says goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II today, Boyd Matheson Host of Inside Sources joins the show to discuss the queen's legacy and the decades of planning that led up to her funeral.

    Play Episode
  • September 16, 2022

    September 15: Full Show

    9:05 - Ute Conference suspends players and parents over Herriman Brawl

    An update has come through regarding referee harrasment from parents, specifically involving the recent “parent brawl” that took place in Herriman over the weekend. Dave and Debbie discuss the update.

     

    9:20 - Sandy City and the Gondola 

    Today we are broadcasting live from Sandy City! Mayor of Sandy City, Monika Zoltanski joins the show to discuss her priorities for the city and share input on where she stands with the Gondola. 

     

    9:35 - Student Loan Forgiveness: Is Utah gearing up for a lawsuit?Governor Spencer Cox along with many others signed a letter requesting the Biden Administration to withdrawl the Student Loan Forgiveness plan immediately. Senator Mike Mckell shares his input on this and what could come from it. 

    9:50 a.m. Jordan High School Latinos in Action 

    Jordan High has an incredibly active Latinos in Action program — which has proven to be an effective dropout-prevention program for students who historically have had higher high school dropout rates.  Latinos In Action bridges the graduation and opportunity gap for Latino students, working from within the educational system to create positive change. Jordan High’s program operates as a year-long elective course taught by a highly-qualified teacher at the middle school, junior high, and high school level. The end goal of everything LIA does is to empower Latino youth to lead and strengthen their communities through college- and career-readiness. They accomplish this by focusing on four pillars: leveraging personal and cultural assets, excelling in education, serving the community, and developing leadership skills. Jerildeen Fernandez a student at Jordan High School a part of Latinos in Action shares information about Latinos in Action.

    10:05 a.m. — Math and Reading scores fall drastically since pandemic 

    Assessment data show that math and reading scores for American 9-year-old students fell dramatically during the first two years of the pandemic. Nationally, reading scores saw the largest drop in 30 years, while math scores had their first dip in the history of the testing regimen behind the study, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, a branch of the U.S. Education Department. But schools are aggressively targeting the “COVID-19” slide with initiatives to reverse the trend and inspire a trajectory of learning.  Dr. Roderick-Landward will be prepared to talk about what CSD is doing to not only lift up struggling students but also provide opportunities for the many students who are achieving at high levels. 

     Instructional Supports Assistant Director Jesse Hennefer joins the show to explain more. 

     

    10:20- a.m.  — The pandemic’s impact on student’s 

    This year’s senior class had just started their high school careers when the COVID-19 pandemic upended life. They were freshmen when school was shuttered to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus.  And this is the first year that no COVID-19-related health orders or laws have been in place since 2020.  What has that been like for this year’s seniors?  What did they learn from those years?  Do they think they “missed out” — or did they learn things about life that other classes have never had to experience?  What is it like now that students can go to football games, have dances, and attend school without masks?  Jordan High is holding its Homecoming Pep Assembly Thursday morning. Students of Jordan High School share their input on how they’ve been effected.

    10:35 - Behavioral issues caused from the pandemic in elementary school students 

    One of the reverberations of the pandemic is that kids have not had structure for two years. When they were doing online school at home, the littlest of students didn’t learn how to “Do School,” meaning:  Sit at a desk, raise a hand, wait your turn in line, focus for a period of time on a subject, etc. Many small children in their developmental years have only been exposed to close family members and friends for the two COVID-19 years.An evidence-based preschool, like those in Canyons District, can help children become adjusted to both the social and academic parts of school, even before they start kindergarten.  Canyons School District Preschool Coordinator, Terri Mitchell joins the show. 

    10:50 a.m. —  Special Education Resources in the Canyons School District 

    While “The Great Resignation” has been a major challenge for schools, it’s proven to be especially challenging for special education departments. The dearth of teachers specially trained in special education is a concern for most school districts, including Canyons District. The shortage of para-educators for special education classrooms also is an issue, and CSD this week started a new incentive program for current employees to hopefully fill those positions. Current employees who refer a candidate who accepts a paraeducator job and stays for at least 90 days will receive an extra $500.  Employees who recruit a part-time paraeducator who stays for at least 90 days will receive $250.  Even with the shortage of teachers and staff, special education departments work hard to provide services to the students who need just a little more help to do big things. Special Education Director Nate Edvalson will talk about the need for 

    teachers, paraeducators, and the great work being done in special education classes and programs, such as speech-language pathology. 

    Special Education Director Nate Edvalson and Amy Buckley - Speech and language specialist join the show to discuss the resources available to students and need and the staffing issues they are facing in the department.

    11:05 - The Putin - Xi meeting

    China has offered tacit support for Russia’s actions in Ukraine – Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources, spoke with an inside source about a meeting between Vladimir Putin and the Chinese leader. Boyd joins the show to explain his discussion. 

     11:20 a.m. - How Safe UT is being utilized in schools 

    Nearly every day, Canyons District receives tips through the SafeUT mobile app indicating that a student is contemplating self-harm. As Canyons’ Student Services Director, Dr. Brian McGill leads the department that helps respond to such tips.  Dr. McGill can talk about the mental-health services that are offered and how schools and the District work together to support students in crisis and innovate approaches to reach students who may be struggling in silence. In 2018, Dr. McGill received the “Champion of SafeUT Award” for leading Alta High’s efforts to prevent suicides, reduce instances of bullying, and maintain a safe learning environment by carefully monitoring and following up on tips sent via the SafeUT mobile app, the state-funded SafeUT mobile app that gives students immediate, all-day-and-all-night access to school staff and counselors at the University of Utah’s Neuropsychiatric Institute.  Canyons’ Student Services Director, Dr. Brian McGill joins the show to explain more on the Safe UT app and how students in the Canyons District put it to use. 

     

    11:35 a.m. - How the Canyon’s District has taken a closerlook into school safety 

    In response to heightened worries about school safety following the May tragedy in Uvalde, Texas, Canyons spent the summer months conducting an internal review of the safety and security measures at CSD campuses and central offices. The review called for an evaluation of each facility’s existing security measures, as well as CSD’s already-robust Incident Command Manual, which is meant to be CSD’s guidepost for emergency responses. Risk Management Coordinator Ryan Jakeman speaks about the review, what was found, and how it has made schools safer. 

    11:50 - How Student involvement leads to success

    As we contunie our brodcast from Jordan High School and focus in on KSL in the Classroom, students from different organizations join the show to explain how being highly involved in school has increased their success overall. D2 speaks to a student involved in the peer court and student government as well as a student in the club DECA

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  • September 16, 2022

    How Student involvement leads to success

    As we contunie our brodcast from Jordan High School and focus in on KSL in the Classroom, students from different organizations join the show to explain how being highly involved in school has increased their success overall. D2 speaks to a student involved in the peer court and student government as well as a student in the club DECA

    Play Episode
  • September 16, 2022

    How the Canyon’s District has taken a closerlook into school safety

    In response to heightened worries about school safety following the May tragedy in Uvalde, Texas, Canyons spent the summer months conducting an internal review of the safety and security measures at CSD campuses and central offices. The review called for an evaluation of each facility’s existing security measures, as well as CSD’s already-robust Incident Command Manual, which is meant to be CSD’s guidepost for emergency responses. Risk Management Coordinator Ryan Jakeman speaks about the review, what was found, and how it has made schools safer. 

    Play Episode
  • September 16, 2022

    How Safe UT is being utilized in schools

    Nearly every day, Canyons District receives tips through the SafeUT mobile app indicating that a student is contemplating self-harm. As Canyons’ Student Services Director, Dr. Brian McGill leads the department that helps respond to such tips.  Dr. McGill can talk about the mental-health services that are offered and how schools and the District work together to support students in crisis and innovate approaches to reach students who may be struggling in silence. In 2018, Dr. McGill received the “Champion of SafeUT Award” for leading Alta High’s efforts to prevent suicides, reduce instances of bullying, and maintain a safe learning environment by carefully monitoring and following up on tips sent via the SafeUT mobile app, the state-funded SafeUT mobile app that gives students immediate, all-day-and-all-night access to school staff and counselors at the University of Utah’s Neuropsychiatric Institute.  Canyons’ Student Services Director, Dr. Brian McGill joins the show to explain more on the Safe UT app and how students in the Canyons District put it to use. 

    Play Episode
  • September 16, 2022

    The Putin - Xi meeting

    China has offered tacit support for Russia’s actions in Ukraine – Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources, spoke with an inside source about a meeting between Vladimir Putin and the Chinese leader. Boyd joins the show to explain his discussion. 

    Play Episode
  • September 16, 2022

    Special Education Resources in the Canyons School District

    While “The Great Resignation” has been a major challenge for schools, it’s proven to be especially challenging for special education departments. The dearth of teachers specially trained in special education is a concern for most school districts, including Canyons District. The shortage of para-educators for special education classrooms also is an issue, and CSD this week started a new incentive program for current employees to hopefully fill those positions. Current employees who refer a candidate who accepts a paraeducator job and stays for at least 90 days will receive an extra $500.  Employees who recruit a part-time paraeducator who stays for at least 90 days will receive $250.  Even with the shortage of teachers and staff, special education departments work hard to provide services to the students who need just a little more help to do big things. Special Education Director Nate Edvalson will talk about the need for 

    teachers, paraeducators, and the great work being done in special education classes and programs, such as speech-language pathology. 

    Special Education Director Nate Edvalson and Amy Buckley - Speech and language specialist join the show to discuss the resources available to students and need and the staffing issues they are facing in the department.

    Play Episode
  • September 16, 2022

    Behavioral issues caused from the pandemic in elementary school students

    One of the reverberations of the pandemic is that kids have not had structure for two years. When they were doing online school at home, the littlest of students didn’t learn how to “Do School,” meaning:  Sit at a desk, raise a hand, wait your turn in line, focus for a period of time on a subject, etc. Many small children in their developmental years have only been exposed to close family members and friends for the two COVID-19 years.An evidence-based preschool, like those in Canyons District, can help children become adjusted to both the social and academic parts of school, even before they start kindergarten.  Canyons School District Preschool Coordinator, Terri Mitchell joins the show. 

    Play Episode
  • September 16, 2022

    The pandemic’s impact on students

    This year’s senior class had just started their high school careers when the COVID-19 pandemic upended life. They were freshmen when school was shuttered to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus.  And this is the first year that no COVID-19-related health orders or laws have been in place since 2020.  What has that been like for this year’s seniors?  What did they learn from those years?  Do they think they “missed out” — or did they learn things about life that other classes have never had to experience?  What is it like now that students can go to football games, have dances, and attend school without masks?  Jordan High is holding its Homecoming Pep Assembly Thursday morning. Students of Jordan High School share their input on how they’ve been effected.

    Play Episode
  • September 16, 2022

    Math and Reading scores fall drastically since pandemic

    Assessment data show that math and reading scores for American 9-year-old students fell dramatically during the first two years of the pandemic. Nationally, reading scores saw the largest drop in 30 years, while math scores had their first dip in the history of the testing regimen behind the study, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, a branch of the U.S. Education Department. But schools are aggressively targeting the “COVID-19” slide with initiatives to reverse the trend and inspire a trajectory of learning.  Dr. Roderick-Landward will be prepared to talk about what CSD is doing to not only lift up struggling students but also provide opportunities for the many students who are achieving at high levels. 

     Instructional Supports Assistant Director Jesse Hennefer joins the show to explain more. 

    Play Episode
  • September 16, 2022

    Jordan High School Latinos in Action

    Jordan High has an incredibly active Latinos in Action program — which has proven to be an effective dropout-prevention program for students who historically have had higher high school dropout rates.  Latinos In Action bridges the graduation and opportunity gap for Latino students, working from within the educational system to create positive change. Jordan High’s program operates as a year-long elective course taught by a highly-qualified teacher at the middle school, junior high, and high school level. The end goal of everything LIA does is to empower Latino youth to lead and strengthen their communities through college- and career-readiness. They accomplish this by focusing on four pillars: leveraging personal and cultural assets, excelling in education, serving the community, and developing leadership skills. Jerildeen Fernandez a student at Jordan High School a part of Latinos in Action shares information about Latinos in Action.

    Play Episode
  • September 16, 2022

    Student Loan Forgiveness: Is Utah gearing up for a lawsuit?

    Governor Spencer Cox along with many others signed a letter requesting the Biden Administration to withdrawl the Student Loan Forgiveness plan immediately. Senator Mike Mckell shares his input on this and what could come from it. 

    Play Episode
  • September 16, 2022

    Sandy City and the Gondola

    Today we are broadcasting live from Sandy City! Mayor of Sandy City, Monika Zoltanski joins the show to discuss her priorities for the city and share input on where she stands with the Gondola. 

    Play Episode
  • September 16, 2022

    Ute Conference suspends players and parents over Herriman Brawl

    An update has come through regarding referee harrasment from parents, specifically involving the recent “parent brawl” that took place in Herriman over the weekend. Dave and Debbie discuss the update.

    Play Episode
  • September 14, 2022

    September 14, 2022

    Governor Cox signs letter asking for a withdraw of student loan forgiveness plan

      Utah Governor Spencer cox joined in with many governors across the nation to sign a letter to President Biden, asking to immediately withdrawal the student loan forgiveness plan. Is this letter  sign a lawsuit could be on the way? Will it make an impact? Dave and Debbie break down the letter. Greg Skordas, KSL Legal Analyst joins the show to discuss the outlook of this legally. Dave and Debbie take listener calls. 

    The Inflation Grocery List

    How's President Biden's inflation reduction act working for your at the grocery store? We found out yesterday during our show not well. An economic analyst called in and when I asked if Dave should hold the bacon he said surveys show people are skipping items at the grocery store. Deb went digging for an inflation grocery list and breaks down the bacon of what grocery items are off the charts.  Referee punched in throat by 15 year old player

    In the latest reported incident of bad behavior on the field, a Referee is speaking out after a 15 year old player punched him in the neck at a game last weekend in Layton.You've got a parent brawl in Herriman which was reportedly caused by a call a referee made.. leading to a brawl..and now we are talking about a player punching a ref in the throat.. all in one weekend. What is the root of this issue? Nate Lewis, Referee who was punched joins the show to share his story and give his input on how this should be addressed. Should kids be banned for parents bad behavior? Followed  by listener calls. 

    Dog shot after attacking girl in parking lot

    A young teenage girl was working at Macey's in Santaquin, when a Pitbull, escaped from his owner's car and attacked the girl. The dog was shot by a man who was trying to help the girl after she was attacked.  SGT Mike Wall, Santaquin Police Department joins the show to discuss the incident. Callista Pearson, SLCO Animal Services joins the show to discuss what to do if you are attacked by a dog and how dog owners can prevent attacks from happening. What to know about flu season and the new COVID -19 vaccines

    It's a rainy September day which means fall is right around the corner.. when should you be getting in line for your flu shot and also the new COVID vaccine? How many shots do we need -- Dr. Tamara Sheffield, Medical Director, and Preventive Medicine Doctor at Utah Valley Intermountain Hospital joins the show to explain how many shots we need and when we should get them.

    Are new rules being considered for attacks on referees? 

    Jeff Gorringe Executive Director of Ute Conference

     Gun owners to the rescue

    How many people are carrying in this state that there just happens to be someone close enough to protect this girl from an attacking dog? Clark Aposhian, Gun Lobbyist joins the discussion 

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  • September 14, 2022

    Gun owners to the rescue

    How many people are carrying in this state that there just happens to be someone close enough to protect this girl from an attacking dog? Clark Aposhian, Gun Lobbyist joins the discussion 

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  • September 14, 2022

    What to know about flu season and the new COVID -19 vaccines

    It's a rainy September day which means fall is right around the corner.. when should you be getting in line for your flu shot and also the new COVID vaccine? How many shots do we need -- Dr. Tamara Sheffield, Medical Director, and Preventive Medicine Doctor at Utah Valley Intermountain Hospital joins the show to explain how many shots we need and when we should get them.

    Play Episode
  • September 14, 2022

    Dog shot after attacking girl in parking lot

    A young teenage girl was working at Macey's in Santaquin, when a Pitbull, escaped from his owner's car and attacked the girl. The dog was shot by a man who was trying to help the girl after she was attacked.  SGT Mike Wall, Santaquin Police Department joins the show to discuss the incident. Callista Pearson, SLCO Animal Services joins the show to discuss what to do if you are attacked by a dog and how dog owners can prevent attacks from happening. 

    Play Episode
  • September 14, 2022

    Referee punched in throat by 15 year old player

    In the latest reported incident of bad behavior on the field, a Referee is speaking out after a 15 year old player punched him in the neck at a game last weekend in Layton.You've got a parent brawl in Herriman which was reportedly caused by a call a referee made.. leading to a brawl..and now we are talking about a player punching a ref in the throat.. all in one weekend. What is the root of this issue? Nate Lewis, Referee who was punched joins the show to share his story and give his input on how this should be addressed. Should kids be banned for parents bad behavior? Followed  by listener calls. 

    Play Episode
  • September 14, 2022

    Governor Cox signs letter asking for a withdraw of student loan forgiveness plan

    Utah Governor Spencer cox joined in with many governors across the nation to sign a letter to President Biden, asking to immediately withdrawal the student loan forgiveness plan. Is this letter  sign a lawsuit could be on the way? Will it make an impact? Dave and Debbie break down the letter. 
    Greg Skordas, KSL Legal Analyst joins the show to discuss the outlook of this legally. Dave and Debbie take listener calls. 

    Play Episode
  • September 14, 2022

    The Inflation Grocery List

    How's President Biden's inflation reduction act working for your at the grocery store? We found out yesterday during our show not well. An economic analyst called in and when I asked if Dave should hold the bacon he said surveys show people are skipping items at the grocery store. Deb went digging for an inflation grocery list and breaks down the bacon of what grocery items are off the charts. 

    Play Episode
  • September 13, 2022

    September 13, 2022

    Inflation falls to 8.3% in August with 0.2 % drop

     If you were hoping inflation bubble would burst as fast as it blew up...you're wrong. New Inflation numbers released this morning... Here's one headline (MSNBC) -- inflation falls to 8.3% in August. It only dropped 0.2 % -- is it time to hold off on the victory dance? Mark Hamrick, Senior Economic Analyst with Bankrate joins the show to share his insight. The moments leading up to the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

    It's be nearly 5 days says the death of Queen Elizabeth II had been reported, actions have begun to plan for Queen Elizabeth's funeral and allow many to share their respects.Patrick Reevell, ABC News Correspondent, London, joins us to explain the next steps leading up to the funeral of the queen. 9:50 -The stigma of men and domestic violence 

    A bull rider returned to Utah to ride in the Utah State Fair Sunday night ... and after his ride fell victim to domestic violence. Police say it was a bullet that ended 27 year old Ouncie Mitchell's life in SLC this week -- at the hands of his gf. Jenn Oxborrow who is a therapist that works with Domestic violence victims, joins the show to discuss men and domestic violence. 2 females accused of attending U of U game topless with only body paint

    The caper of 2 females accused of getting inside Ute football game at the U of U ...  topless...with only paint on their chest... raised eyebrows & ire of fans, caught the attention of police. Let's find out what's next for these 2 women. KSL Newsradio Reporter Lindsay Aerts joins the show to explain the story. Greg Skordas, KSL Legal Analyst joins the discussion to discuss the legality of this situation and what could come from it. 

    New poll: 70% of Americans feel our politicians are too old

    A new poll from CBS states that 70% of Americans think our politicians are too old...should there be a maximum age limit in politics? Dave and Debbie discuss and take listener calls. 

    Ukrainian troops put pressure on the Russian forces 

    Let's dive into an update on the war in Ukraine.. the country is standing their ground..The Ukrainian troops put the pressure on the Russian forces and made them run for the boarder...Ukraine's counter offense has produced major gains and a massive hit to Moscow's military. Boyd Matheson Host of Inside Sources joins D2 to discuss. Will countries cut ties with the monarch following Queen Elizabeth's death?

    As the world prepares for Queen Elizabeth's funeral, what is happening on the world stage? Nick Mason, Professor of British Literature and former Director of European studies at BYU joins the show with his insight. 

    How parent social media use effects children mental health

    Usually when we talk social media and cell phones it's adults telling kids -- don't spend too much time on your cell phone!  Listen up parents: a new BYU study shows the more time parents spend mindlessly scrolling social media the more likely your child will suffer depression. Lois Collins, Reporter with the Deseret News, joins the show to share information about the study. 

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  • September 13, 2022

    How parent social media use effects children mental health

    Usually when we talk social media and cell phones it's adults telling kids -- don't spend too much time on your cell phone!  Listen up parents: a new BYU study shows the more time parents spend mindlessly scrolling social media the more likely your child will suffer depression. Lois Collins, Reporter with the Deseret News, joins the show to share information about the study. 

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  • September 13, 2022

    Will countries cut ties with the monarch following Queen Elizabeth's death?

    As the world prepares for Queen Elizabeth's funeral, what is happening on the world stage? Nick Mason, Professor of British Literature and former Director of European studies at BYU joins the show with his insight. 

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  • September 13, 2022

    Ukrainian troops put pressure on the Russian forces

     Let's dive into an update on the war in Ukraine.. the country is standing their ground..
    The Ukrainian troops put the pressure on the Russian forces and made them run for the boarder...Ukraine's counter offense has produced major gains and a massive hit to Moscow's military. Boyd Matheson Host of Inside Sources joins D2 to discuss. 

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  • September 13, 2022

    New poll: 70% of Americans feel our politicians are too old

    A new poll from CBS states that 70% of Americans think our politicians are too old...should there be a maximum age limit in politics? Dave and Debbie discuss and take listener calls. 

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  • September 13, 2022

    2 females accused of attending U of U game topless with only body paint

    The caper of 2 females accused of getting inside Ute football game at the U of U ...  topless...with only paint on their chest... raised eyebrows & ire of fans, caught the attention of police. Let's find out what's next for these 2 women. KSL Newsradio Reporter Lindsay Aerts joins the show to explain the story. Greg Skordas, KSL Legal Analyst joins the discussion to discuss the legality of this situation and what could come from it. 

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  • September 13, 2022

    The stigma of men and domestic violence

    A bull rider returned to Utah to ride in the Utah State Fair Sunday night ... and after his ride fell victim to domestic violence. Police say it was a bullet that ended 27 year old Ouncie Mitchell's life in SLC this week -- at the hands of his gf. Jenn Oxborrow who is a therapist that works with Domestic violence victims, joins the show to discuss men and domestic violence. 

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  • September 13, 2022

    The moments leading up to the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II

    It's be nearly 5 days says the death of Queen Elizabeth II had been reported, actions have begun to plan for Queen Elizabeth's funeral and allow many to share their respects.Patrick Reevell, ABC News Correspondent, London, joins us to explain the next steps leading up to the funeral of the queen. 

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  • September 13, 2022

    Inflation falls to 8.3% in August with 0.2 % drop

     If you were hoping inflation bubble would burst as fast as it blew up...you're wrong. New Inflation numbers released this morning... Here's one headline (MSNBC) -- inflation falls to 8.3% in August. It only dropped 0.2 % -- is it time to hold off on the victory dance? Mark Hamrick, Senior Economic Analyst with Bankrate joins the show to share his insight. 

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  • September 12, 2022

    September 12, 2022: Herriman Police Investigating Little League Brawling

    Herriman Police investigating little league brawling

     Herriman witnesses say parents were attacking each other, throwing fists, screaming profanities   30 to 40 people, and some of them started to fist fight, others pulling people off other people and police intervened with tasers out.Melynda Epperson is a Grandmother of a player who recorded part of the brawl on the football field, she calls the show to share her experience. Eagle Mountain City faces cyber attack

    Eagle Mountain City was the victim of an organized cybercrime resulting in the loss of nearly $1.13 million.According to a press release from the city, “This crime was orchestrated through an email impersonation wherein the individual(s) responsible were able to portray themselves as a representative of a vendor working closely with the City on a major infrastructure project.”Tyler Maffitt Eagle Mtn City Communication Manager, joins Dave and Debbie to talk about how they were the victims of a cyber-attack and how the hacker infiltrated their system.  

    Is anger our default setting? 

    Is anger our default setting? We're asking this question after watching video of parents at a youth football game in Herriman clear the sidelines in anger ... the game goes from calm -- to fistcuffs. Dave and Debbie discuss. Can you DIY an expungement?

    Can you go to court and DIY expungements of your past criminal record? Because it's legal for people who've had minor offenses in their past to legally wipe the slate clean.Greg Skordas, KSL's legal analyst speaks about a new app that could help people get to a clean slate. 

     Americans pay more in taxes than necessities

    The Shocker of the day for Dave -- Taxes are literally taking the money for shirts off of our backs. Americans spent more on Taxes in 2021 than on food, clothing and health care combined. According from new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Dave and Debbie walk through the data. Police report shows authorities can't prove BYU fan used racial slur

    A couple of weeks ago, a Duke Volleyball player made an accusation that BYU fans were calling her the N-word during a volleyball match. BYU investigated this accusation and released a statement "we have not found any evidence... that fans engaged in racial heckling or uttered racial slurs at the event" This was a detailed investigation... according to the Deseret News...  extensive study of video and audio of the match... reaching out to 50 eyewitnesses.Alex Kirry, Host of Unrivaled on The Zone joins the show to bring the latest details..Coach Kamaal Ahmad shares his insight as to how these incidents should be handled in the future. 

    The importance of September 12th after 9/11

    Today is September 12th, 21 years ago today the city of New York City was waking up to devastation as the city around them was in crumbles.Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources joins the show to discuss what we can look back on and remember about the day after the destruction in New York City and the message of Unity. How to avoid a cyber attack on a city 

    Eagle Mountain City was the victim of an organized cybercrime resulting in the loss of nearly $1.13 million.Earl Foote, with Nexus IT joins the show to discuss what other cities can learn from this attack and what steps to make to avoid this happening in the future.

    What is the impact on children as parents fight on the sidelines?

    Parents clear the sidelines -- rush the field -- bad words flying ... little guys dressed inl uniforms running away ... in 5 minutes a witness calls the show with what she saw. What is the impact on the kids witnessing this behavior? Tom Golightly - Assistant Director - Athletics, Counseling and Psychological Services, BYU joined the show to explain and answer the question.Can cash envelopes save you money? 

    Another trend that is sweeping the world on TikTok but this one might be beneficial for people. This is a way to help you save money!-- It's called Cash Envelope stuffing! And news flash.. it's not new.. but it is helping people save. Many creators on TikTok and YouTube have gained a huge following just sharing their cash stuffing journeys with the world.Caitlyn Johnston, Dave and Dujanovic producer shares her insight on using cash envelopes. 

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  • September 12, 2022

    Can cash envelopes save you money?

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  • September 12, 2022

    What is the impact on children as parents fight on the sidelines?

    Parents clear the sidelines -- rush the field -- bad words flying ... little guys dressed inl uniforms running away ... in 5 minutes a witness calls the show with what she saw. What is the impact on the kids witnessing this behavior? Tom Golightly - Assistant Director - Athletics, Counseling and Psychological Services, BYU joined the show to explain and answer the question.

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  • September 12, 2022

    How to avoid a cyber attack on a city

    Eagle Mountain City was the victim of an organized cybercrime resulting in the loss of nearly $1.13 million.Earl Foote, with Nexus IT joins the show to discuss what other cities can learn from this attack and what steps to make to avoid this happening in the future.

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  • September 12, 2022

    Hhe importance of September 12th after 9/11

    Today is September 12th, 21 years ago today the city of New York City was waking up to devastation as the city around them was in crumbles.Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources joins the show to discuss what we can look back on and remember about the day after the destruction in New York City and the message of Unity. 

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  • September 12, 2022

    Police report shows authorities can't prove BYU fan used racial slur

    A couple of weeks ago, a Duke Volleyball player made an accusation that BYU fans were calling her the N-word during a volleyball match. BYU investigated this accusation and released a statement "we have not found any evidence... that fans engaged in racial heckling or uttered racial slurs at the event" This was a detailed investigation... according to the Deseret News...  extensive study of video and audio of the match... reaching out to 50 eyewitnesses.Alex Kirry, Host of Unrivaled on The Zone joins the show to bring the latest details..Coach Kamaal Ahmad shares his insight as to how these incidents should be handled in the future. 

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  • September 12, 2022

    Americans pay more in taxes than necessities

    The Shocker of the day for Dave -- Taxes are literally taking the money for shirts off of our backs. Americans spent more on Taxes in 2021 than on food, clothing and health care combined. According from new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Dave and Debbie walk through the data. 

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