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.

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    July 18, 2024

    Dave & Dujanovic Full Show July 18th, 2024: Biden can't catch a break, now has COVID -19

    • Biden can't catch a break, now has COVID -19
    • Trump assassination attempt: How long did Secret Service know about the threat?
    • Survey shows more than 1/3 of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck
    • SLC 2034: Ticket Prices for 2034 winter Olympic events
    • RNC day 3: Trump expected to speak on theme of unity 
    • How to know if your child is chatting with an online predator 

     

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    July 18, 2024

    How to know if your child is chatting with an online predator

    If you missed our show yesterday, we spoke with KSL-TV's Garna Mejia about her in depth report on the 20 teenage boys who confronted an alleged sexual predator. The video of the confrontation posted on TikTok. What're the sign that your teen child could be falling victim to a predator? Debbie breaks down the 5 warning signs.

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    July 18, 2024

    RNC day 3: Trump expected to speak on theme of unity

    Last night, Republican nominee for Vice President, J.D. Vance, gave his first speech as the nominee. Adam Gardiner, KSL at Night Host, talks with D2 about how the speech was received by the convention and what he expects ahead of Donald Trump's speech tonight and Day 3 of the convention. 

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    July 18, 2024

    SLC 2034: Ticket Prices for 2034 winter Olympic events

    D2 spoke with the President and CEO of Utah's Committee for the games, Fraser Bullock previously, who shared insight on what buying tickets for the events will cost. Similarly to 2002, the Utah Olympic Committee is still committed to offering affordable options so everyone who wants to is able to experience the games. Debbie Dujanovic reported on ticket prices during the 2002 games, and compares what happened then to what we heard from Bullock yesterday. 

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    July 18, 2024

    Survey shows more than 1/3 of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck

    A new survey shows Americans are broke, with 34% of Americans living paycheck to paycheck according to Bankrate. Additionally, about 1 in 4 (or 24 percent) feel that they are not compensated fairly for their work. Dave and Debbie discuss and take listener calls.

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    July 18, 2024

    Trump assassination attempt: How long did Secret Service know about the threat?

    The Secret Service said they knew a gunman was on the rooftop across from Former President Trump's rally in Penn a full 20 minutes before shots were fired. But, new information shows they had even longer and the shooter, Thomas Crooks, was a person of interest at least an hour prior to shots fired. Chris Burbank, former SLC Chief of Police, joins Dave and Debbie to discuss how law enforcement work directly with the secret service for these types of events. D2 also brings on Karl Schmae, Former FBI Supervisory Agent, to get perspective from the Secret Service side. 

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    July 18, 2024

    Biden can't catch a break, now has COVID -19

    It's been announced that the President has COVID and has canceled a speech in Vegas. The White House is saying that the President is experiencing mild symptoms. This when Senate Majority Leader Schumer's presented the President with polling data that shows him losing to former President Trump and that it also affects races in the House and Senate. Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources, joins D2 to discuss what this diagnosis means for Biden's campaign. D2 also invites NewsNation Washington Correspondent Kellie Meyer to bring us the latest. 

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    July 17, 2024

    Dave & Dujanovic Full Show July 17th, 2024: Dems scattered support for Biden ahead of convention next month

    • Dems scattered support for Biden ahead of convention next month
    • Unification rhetoric and live updates from Day 3 of the RNC
    • Teen boys catch predator
    • SLC 2034: One week away from the 2034 winter Olympic announcement
    • The zero down mortgage, too good to be true?
    • Senator Bob Menendez found guilty: What happens to the balance of the Senate?
    • The danger of triple digit temps in Utah
     
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    July 17, 2024

    The danger of triple digit temps in Utah

    It was a dangerous weekend in our state's parks. Three hikers died over the weekend, and two more are in medically induced comas after suffering injuries related to extreme heat out in the desert. How hot are the parks? Kevin Eubank, Chief Meteorologist at KSL, explains that Snow Canyon is about 5-7 degrees hotter than our temperature in SLC for this week, and Canyonlands roughly the same as here in SLC.

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    July 17, 2024

    Senator Bob Menendez found guilty: What happens to the balance of the Senate?

    New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez has been found guilty, on all counts, for bribery and corruption. He's  been convicted of accepting lavish gifts, like home mortgages, cars and cash. Menendez says he will appeal ahead of his sentencing hearing scheduled for October 29th. Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources, joins D2 to discuss how does this will affect the balance of power in the Senate.

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    July 17, 2024

    The zero-down mortgage, too good to be true?

    Can you actually purchase a home with no money down? Co-owner of The Stern Team, Russell Faucette, talks with Dave and Debbie about the benefits and drawbacks of buying a home with little or no money down.

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    July 17, 2024

    SLC 2034: One week away from the 2034 winter Olympic announcement

    One week until we find out if Salt Lake City has been named the host for the 2034 Winter Olympics. We expect the announcement to come very early in the morning on Wednesday July 24th. To discuss this massive day for Utah that is only one week away, Utah Committee for the Games President and CEO Fraser Bullock joins the show. Tune in tomorrow at the same time as D2 breaks down ticket prices to attend the events.

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    July 17, 2024

    Teen boys catch predator

    KSL 5-TV's been tracking a story of 20 teenagers showing up at a mall in to confront a man accused of connecting with a girl online then offering to pay her for sex. The video of the confrontation posted on TikTok. Garna Mejia, KSL 5 TV, talks with Dave and Debbie about how the accused ended up going to jail. Were police already investigating him? Or was it because of the video? Greg Skordas, KSL Legal Analyst, also joins the show to talk about how this incident of vigilantism will impact the investigation. We also ask parent-callers to weigh in on these children taking the law into their own hands.

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    July 17, 2024

    Unification rhetoric and live updates from Day 3 of the RNC

    Among the many speakers last night at the RNC were Vivek Ramaswamy, Nikki Haley, and Ron DeSantis, all of whom have changed their positions from not supporting the Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump to supporting him. Adam Gardiner, KSL at Night Host, joins D2 to give live updates head of day 3 of the convention.

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    July 17, 2024

    Dems scattered support for Biden ahead of convention next month

    We're at nearly 20 Democratic lawmakers as well as donors and Hollywood types that have openly questioned or flat-out asked Pres. Biden to step down before the Democratic National Convention next month. But President Biden has been insistent that he's sticking around. Mason Hughes, Communication Director for Utah Democrats, joins Dave and Debbie to add a Utah perspective to the discussion of what's happening in the Democratic party.

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    July 16, 2024

    Dave and Dujanovic Full Show 7/16/2024: RNC Convention, Secret Security failures

    • Day one of the Republican National Convention
    • Representative Celeste Maloy live from RNC 2024 
    • Latest on Trump assassination attempt investigation 
    • Past Secret Service failures
    • SLC 2034: Transportation upgrades over the next decade
    • Are politicians numb to the national debt?
    • Analysis on Republican VP pick J.D. Vance 
    • National Anthem debacle
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    July 16, 2024

    National Anthem debacle

    When did it become the norm for singers who perform the National Athem to add their own flavor? Dave and Debbie address what happened at the MLB Home Run Derby in Arlington Texas when, it's entirely possible, that Country Music Star Ingrid Andress ruined the national anthem forever. In this segment, D2 invite listeners to call in about their thoughts about our anthem and how we can move forward from Andress' performance in Arlington. 

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    July 16, 2024

    Are politicians numb to the national debt?

    The national debt has climbed to levels that are incomprehensible for most Americans. Why aren't either candidate for president talking about this issue? Jay Evensen, Opinion Editor at the Deseret News, joins Dave and Debbie to talk about our ballooning debt and why we haven't seen it campaigned on in national races. 

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    July 16, 2024

    SLC 2034: Transportation upgrades over the next decade

    Most Utahns want to see the Winter Olympic Games return to Utah. Jay Fox, Executive Director of Utah Transit Authority, joins D2 to talk about the transportation plan for accommodating the hundreds of thousands of visitors the games would bring and how UTA will get spectators to and from venues safely and efficiently. 

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    July 16, 2024

    Representative Celeste Maloy live from RNC

    Representative from Congressional District 2, Celeste Maloy, joins Dave and Debbie live from the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, WI. What's the feeling there after the attempted assassination of their nominee for president over the weekend? Tune in to hear more. 

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    July 16, 2024

    Past Secret Service failures

    Saying the Secret Service have a difficult job would be an understatement. Some would say it's an impossible job... but can they do better than the botched security plan that lead to the assassination attempt over the weekend? Dave and Debbie take a historical look at Secret Service failures over the years. 

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    July 16, 2024

    Latest on Trump assassination attempt investigation

    More details are coming to light about the assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Pennsylvania over the weekend. The FBI says they have conducted more than 100 interviews already regarding the incident. Dave and Debbie discuss and analyze new video from witnesses who spotted the shooter on the roof before he took a shot at the former president and how they tried to warn law enforcement on site.  

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    July 16, 2024

    Day one of Republican National Convention

    It's official... former President Donald Trump is the Republican nominee for President of the United States. The Trump campaign also announced that Ohio Senator J.D. Vance will be his running mate for Vice President of the United States. Why did the Trump campaign pick Vance? Dave and Debbie discuss and take listener calls. 

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    July 16, 2024

    RNC 2024: Analysis on Republican VP pick J.D. Vance

    Ohio Senator J.D. Vance is the Republican nomination for Vice President running alongside Donald Trump. What's special about Vance and why did the Trump campaign choose him? Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources, joins D2 to share insight into this selection and what it means for the Republican party ticket. Adam Gardiner, Host of KSL at Night, also joins the conversation live from the convention to share the feeling and expectations ahead of day two. 

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    July 15, 2024

    Dave & Dujanovic Full Show July 15th, 2024: The attempted assassination of former President Trump

    • The attempted assassination of former President Trump
    • 'I’m supposed to be dead.' Trump speaks to NY Post on assassination attempt
    • What we know about the shooter in Trump assassination attempt 
    • A look in the mirror moment: Trump to change RNC speech to focus on unity
    • Trump classified documents case dismissed
    • Trump to announce VP pick 
    • Could the Secret Service had done more to protect former President Donald Trump? 
     

     

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    July 15, 2024

    Could the Secret Service had done more to protect former President Donald Trump?

    What more could the secret service have done to mitigate the risk of shooting or danger at Donald Trump's campaign rally over the weekend? Karl SchmaeRetired FBI Supervisory Special Agent, brings his experience to the conversation. 

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    July 15, 2024

    Trump to announce VP pick

    Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources, rejoins Dave and Debbie to talk about the expected announcement of the vice president for presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. Will the attempt on his life last weekend change his choice?

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    July 15, 2024

    Trump classified documents case dismissed

    In a much needed win for former president Donald Trump, Judge Aileen Cannon dismissed his federal classified documents case, citing the "unlawful appointment and funding of special counsel Jack Smith." KSL Legal Analyst, Greg Skordas, weighs in on the impact of this ruling. 

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    July 15, 2024

    A look in the mirror moment: Trump to change RNC speech to focus on unity

    Before the events this weekend, Donald Trump was planning to talk at the Republican National Convention about the failures of the current administration. Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources, joins D2 to talk about how his rhetoric might change from a message of division to a message of unity. Also joining the conversation, Adam Gardiner, KSL at Night Host, shares the feeling from the ground at the convention.  

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    July 15, 2024

    What we know about the shooter in Trump assassination attempt

    What do we know about the shooter, Thomas Crooks? First of all, he was killed on site by the secret service after shooting the former president. Even though he was a registered republican, he donated to progressive group in 2020. Being just 20 years old, he never has voted in a presidential election. Investigators are hoping access to his phone which should reveal more about Crooks. Dave and Debbie go inside Bethel Park, PA, the town where the shooter of the assassination attempt was from. Former Bethel Park, PA Resident, Dave joins the show to share insight on the area and the political climate. Newsnation Washington Correspondent Evan Lambert in PA, outside the home of the suspected shooter joins with the latest on the investigation on  a motive.  

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    July 15, 2024

    'I’m supposed to be dead.' Trump speaks to NY Post on assassination attempt

    In an interview with the New York Post, we are hearing from former President Trump himself, shedding light on his experience of the attempted assassination that took place at a rally over the weekend. Dave and Debbie walk through Former President Trump's reaction.

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    July 15, 2024

    The attempted assassination of former President Trump

    Over the weekend, an attempt was made to assassinate presidential candidate Donald Trump. He survived the gunshot but Kellie Meyer, Washington Correspondent with Newsnation, joins Dave and Debbie to break down the latest on the investigation and how this impacts Trump's campaign and security detail moving forward.  

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    July 12, 2024

    Dave & Dujanovic Full Show July 12th, 2024: The Good and the Gaffes of Biden's NATO press conference

    • Ukraine President Zelensky visits Utah 
    • Is it a vote for the candidate, or a vote for the party?
    • Utah Supreme Court ruling on gerrymandering
    • House Passes bill requiring proof of citizenship to vote
    • Movie Show Preview: Fly Me to the Moon
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    July 12, 2024

    Movie Show Preview: Fly Me to the Moon 

     

    KSL Movie Show Hosts Steve Salles and Andy Farnsworth join Dave and Taylor to preview today's movie show. The movie of the week -- Fly Me to the Moon. This week's big question: What is the greatest question ever asked in a movie? Dave and Greg talk about their experiences. 

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    July 12, 2024

    House Passes bill requiring proof of citizenship to vote 

     

    On Wednesday, the House passed a bill requiring voters to provide proof of citizenship in order to vote. Is this just an election year talking point? Or is it actually a problem in the US? Dave and Taylor take a deep dive into the issue. 

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    July 12, 2024

    Utah Supreme Court ruling on gerrymandering 

     

    The Utah Supreme court ruled that the legislature overstepped when it changed a ballot initiative that created a commission to redraw congressional maps. Dave and Taylor discuss what led up to this ruling, how the ruling compares to similar ones across the US, and what the next temps are in the case. 

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    July 12, 2024

    Is it a vote for the candidate, or a vote for the party? 

     

    Governor Spencer Cox said he isn't going  to vote for Donald Trump, but he still hopes he wins. Dave and Taylor discuss why this is becoming more common recently, and break down if it's because of the candidates, or the party. 

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    July 12, 2024

    Ukraine President Zelensky visits Utah 

     

    Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky is scheduled to speak at the National Governer's Association today. USU Associate Professor of Political Science, Anna Pechenkina joins the show to discuss the significance of Zelensky being there and what it means for he NGA going forward. 

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    July 12, 2024

    The Good and the Gaffes of Biden's NATO press conference 

     

    President Biden addressed the press at the 2024 NATO Summit and it had a little bit of everything. Dave and guest host Taylor Morgan break down the President's remarks and discuss whether or not it helped, or hurt Biden's campaign. NewsNation Washington Correspondent Joe Khalil joins the show to talk about where both parties stand on Biden now. 

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    July 11, 2024

    Dave & Dujanovic Full Show July 11th, 2024: Utah Supreme Court rules on gerrymandering lawsuit

    • George Clooney thinks Biden should leave the race, what's next?
    • What bringing the Olympics to Utah could do for the economy
    • 2024 U.S. Olympic fashion: Boring or classic?
    • Good news on inflation numbers? Finally!
    • Dating at Her Age – Financial red flags in dating
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    July 11, 2024

    Dating at Her Age – Financial red flags in dating

    Caitlyn Johnston, Producer of D2 and Co-host of the Dating at Her Age podcast, joins Dave and Maura to talk about her and Debbie Dujanovic's most recent episode that dropped today: The Downside of Dating Someone Who's Broke! + Financial red flags to look out for when dating.
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    July 11, 2024

    Is there a downside to Utah hosting the Winter Olympic games?

    Most Utahns are excited at the prospect of our state hosting another Winter Olympic games. But are there any downsides to hosting an international event of this magnitude? Maura and Dave discuss.
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    July 11, 2024

    Good news on inflation numbers? Finally!

    Finally, some good news about our economy. New numbers show inflation is cooling, slowly, for the first time since May 2020. What do these promising numbers mean for consumers? How likely are rates to drop and how soon could that happen? To answer these questions and more, Greg McBride, Chief Financial Analyst with Bankrate, joins D2.
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    July 11, 2024

    2024 U.S. Olympic fashion: Boring or classic?

    The Olympics is about to kick off in the fashion capital of the world: Paris, France. What goes into the fashion design of the U.S. Olympic Uniforms? Mojdeh Sakaki, Program Manager at Salt Lake Community Fashion College joins the show to explain there's more to this decision than just red, white, and blue.
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    July 11, 2024

    What bringing the Olympics to Utah could do for the economy

    In a recent report, the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute at the University of Utah projected that the 2034 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games would generate $6.6 billion in economic output for Utah. Dave and Maura speak with the Director of the Policy Institute, Natalie Gouchner, about this report and what hosting another Olympic Games would mean economically for Utah.
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    July 11, 2024

    George Clooney thinks Biden should leave the race, what's next?

    Actor George Clooney, a high-profile Biden supporter and fundraiser, asks president to leave race, and he's not alone. There are now nine democratic lawmakers who have publicly voiced they want President to drop out of the race. Weighing in on this issue, D2 is joined by Adam Gardiner, KSL at Night Host, and Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources.
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    July 11, 2024

    Utah Supreme Court rules on gerrymandering lawsuit 

     

    The Utah Supreme Court ruled that lawmakers overstepped the people's authority to alter government when they changed a voter initiative that established an independent redistricting commission. Dave Noriega is joined by guest host Maura Carabello to discuss this ruling. KSL Legal Analyst, Greg Skordas, joins the conversation to talk about the implications of this ruling on government overreach. 

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    July 10, 2024

    Dave & Dujanovic Full Show July 10th, 2024: Razor thin lead for Celeste Maloy in Congressional District 2

    • National Governor's Association is in town 
    • Utah Office of Artificial Intelligence Policy and Learning 
    • How many more poor performances can Biden's campaign handle? 
    • E-bike voucher program 
    • KSL goes to Paris ahead of Olympics 
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    July 10, 2024

    Frank Mylar, candidate for Utah Attorney General, charged with felony 

    In breaking news today, Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill announced a felony charge filed against Frank Demcy Mylar for an alleged bribe he offered while he was a candidate for Utah Attorney General. Apparently, on April 19, 2024, the defendant sent a text message to Trent Christensen, opponent in the race for AG, offering him a job at the Utah Attorney General’s Office if he endorsed Mr. Mylar. KSL Legal Analyst, Greg Skordas, joins Dave and Marty to break down what it means to be charged with bribery. 
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    July 10, 2024

    Dance director speaks on dancer hit by firework at Stadium of Fire

    Following the accident with a faulty firework at Stadium of Fire, Dave and Marty talk with
    Intensity Dance Team Director, Karissa Molen about exactly what happened on the 4th of July and how her dancers are doing now.
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    July 10, 2024

    How hot jobs in Utah are impacting the housing market

    It's no secret that Utah is growing. Land is being developed in every corner of the state, especially from Provo up to Ogden. Dave and Marty dive into a Wall Street Journal article to discuss how the recent job market has had an impact on the housing market, and how a lack of homes and property is contributing to the crisis.
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    July 10, 2024

    Olympic announcement: KSL Newsradio is heading to Paris!

    The 2002 Olympics were 22 years ago and things look a lot different here in Utah. With the anticipated announcement of the 2034 Olympics coming up, we'll learn if Salt Lake City will be announced as the host on July 24th. KSL's Utah Morning News Host, Tim Hughes, is headed with a team of reporters to cover the announcement live from Paris. He joins the show to talk about what his expectations are for the Paris games, and the impact that bringing the Olympics back to SLC will have on the state of Utah and the economy.
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    July 10, 2024

    New E-bike voucher program in SLC

    Salt Lake City residents may be eligible for a $1300 EBike Voucher. The program is based off a similar experiment in Denver.  Catherine Wyffels, SLC Air Quality and Environmental Program Manager, joins the show to explain how the program got started, how it works, and how you can apply to get one of these vouchers.
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    July 10, 2024

    How many more poor performances can Biden's campaign handle? 

    Nancey Pelosi has called for the Democratic Party to stop the call for Biden to step down until after this week's NATO summit. Dave and Marty talk about this move from the party and if everyone in the party is on the same page. 
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    July 10, 2024

    Utah Office of Artificial Intelligence Policy and Learning 

    There are serious questions around the emerging technology of Artificial Intelligence. D2 speaks with Zach Boyd, Director of the newly created Office of Artificial Intelligence Policy and Learning  about how they're working to keep Utahns safe. 
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    July 10, 2024

    The National Governor's Association's visit to Utah

    Utah's own Governor Cox is Chair of the National Governor's Association and the group is in our state for the next couple days. Dave and Marty are joined by Bill McBride, Executive Director of the National Governors Association to discuss the association's agenda, which includes Mathew McConaughey as keynote speaker, and their Disagree Better initiative. Listeners are invited to call in as to whether they feel comfortable sharing their political views. Sue Ellspemann, President of Ivy Tech Community College and Vice Chair of the Presidents Forum, also joins the conversation to talk about related curriculum her organization is working to get into higher education institutions. 
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    July 10, 2024

    Razor thin lead for Celeste Maloy in Congressional District 2 

    The difference between votes cast for Incumbent Celeste Maloy and challenger Colby Jenkins has decreased to the point where the loser could legally request a recount. What would a recount mean and have we seen a recount in our state for an election of this scale? State Elections Director, Ryan Cowley, and KSL at Night Host Adam Gardiner join Dave and Marty to discuss these questions and more.