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

  • May 25, 2022

    SafeUT App

    Utah students and parents have a resource to find mental health help or report suspicious activity in the school. Rachel Lucynski, Director of Community Crisis Services at Huntsman Mental Health Institute calls in to give us the details on the app.

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  • May 25, 2022

    Jordan District Lei Ban Update

    Jordan School District recently held a meeting to discuss whether they will ban cultural and religious Lei at their graduation ceremonies. Tracy Miller, Jordan School District Board President joins the show to discuss the board's decision.

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  • May 25, 2022

    Free UTA for everyone?

    Governor Cox recently touted the idea of free public transportation for everyone as a way to deal with the rise in gas prices, is this a smart solution?

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  • May 25, 2022

    Ogden Bullying

    A student from Ogden High School may face assault charges after attacking another student in the school bathroom. KSL Newsradio Reporter Martha Harris calls in to discuss and give us the details. We call defense attorney Greg Skordas on what charges the attacker might get

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  • May 25, 2022

    Active school shooter prevention and management

    How are schools in Utah prepared for outside dangers? Is it protocol to have schools' entrances locked at all times? Justin Chapman, Director of Training at Aegix, joins the show on school prevention and management.

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  • May 25, 2022

    The Texas School Shooting

    Dave and Debbie go over the horrible attack from Tuesday on a school in Uvalde, Texas. 

    Randy Watt, retired Chief of Police from the Ogden Police Department calls the show to talk about how police handle these types of situations. Jim Ryan, ABC News Reporter gives us the latest details live from Uvalde.

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  • May 25, 2022

    Inside Sources - Primary Elections in Pennsylvania

    A few states have primary elections going on, In Pennsylvania Dr. Oz still ahead by a tiny fraction of a percent! 

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  • May 24, 2022

    Drones soon coming to Walmart in Utah

    Walmart is soon expecting to use drones as a delivery service. Utah is one of the lucky 6 that the service may be coming to! Dave and Debbie Discuss. 

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  • May 24, 2022

    Graduation Attire Restrictions

    The Jordan School District has been gaining attention as a policy is in place that restricts certain attire at graduation, including leis. Dave and Debbie discuss the topic.

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  • May 24, 2022

    Is there a difference in international baby formula and US formula?

    Dr. Wendy Hobson Rohrer University of Utah Health calls the show to discuss guidance for parents on how to navigate the baby formula shortage.

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  • May 24, 2022

    Babysitters Charging $30/hr

    Babysitting might be hard... 

    According to the Wall Street Journal...
    "Teen babysitters are charging $30 an hour now, because they can" 

    These are the post-pandemic prices.

    The old school babysitting was $15 an hour and you might be asked to do some light cleaning. Maybe a sink full of dishes.

    They site a few examples of 18 and 19 year olds making $25-30 an hour... and they don't have to do as many chores. They get snacks.

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  • May 24, 2022

    Follow the Ballot 2022: Cameras at Ballot Boxes

    Two weeks ahead of ballots going out for primary elections, a new law now requires drop-boxes have 24-hour video surveillance. County clerks say they're hustling to install the cameras, but still aren't sure who gets access to the video.  Details from KSL Newsradio's Lindsay Aerts.

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  • May 24, 2022

    Utah/Ukraine Donor Reveal

    Utah County Attorney David Leavitt travelled to war-torn Ukraine with a Utah's richest men to give 500 Ukraine families money to live on for a year. He wouldn't reveal who this donor is... until now.

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  • May 24, 2022

    Should Leis be allowed at Graduation?

    The Jordan School District is gaining attention as a policy that would enforce restrictions on certain graduation attire including leis. The issue is likely to be addressed at a School Board Meeting within the Jordan School District this evening. Verona Mauga, Community Member 

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  • May 23, 2022

    Guns for Gas?

    The police department in Sacramento held a gun buy back program last Saturday. The police didn't just give the resident a no-question asked chance, they gave them a gift card for gas! The event was scheduled for 5 hours and it got more takers than expected. In about 45 minutes the department made an announcement the gift card were out!

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  • May 23, 2022

    Baby Formula Shortage Reset

    What we know about foreign baby formula shipments and its arrival to Utah. Dozens of pallets arriving in a fly over state of Indiana, because there's a baby formula hub there. 

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  • May 23, 2022

    Are Fast War Crime Trials going to be the norm?

    A Russian soldier was caught shooting a Ukrainian man in the head  and has already been convicted of war crimes. Is this what the next year holds for Russian soldiers? 

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  • May 23, 2022

    Downgrading Shopping Habits

     The slide on the stock market explained in two words: Target & Walmart...and the trouble predicting customers shopping habits. We ask our listeners: Have YOU downgraded any shopping habits?

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  • May 23, 2022

    Be Ready Utah - Preparing for a Wildfire in your home

    Wade Mathews, Utah Division of Emergency Management, joins in on the conversation to help all homeowners be ready in an unthinkable fire breaks out in our property.

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  • May 23, 2022

    Gen Z and Millennials are willing to relocate to find affordable housing

    Jeff Ostrowski, Analyst with Bankrate.com, joins the conversation to talk about the affordable housing squeeze, and what it means for Millenials and Gen Z who are looking to purchase a home of their own.

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  • May 23, 2022

    What does the coming Wildfire season look like in Utah?

    Mike Erickson, Spokesperson with Utah Division of Forestry and Lands shares on update on the brush fire near Heber and what wildfire season is expected to look like in the State of UT

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  • May 23, 2022

    New Baby Formula Shipment Arrives in the US

    78,000 pounds of baby formula arrived Sunday in Indianapolis. What does this shipment mean and when will it come to Utah? Kelli Pierce shares her insight.

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  • May 20, 2022

    How are colleges making sustainability efforts?

    Justin Owen, WSU Energy Manager joins the discussion as he explains the sustainability efforts that are taking place at Weber State University and the most important aspects they face.

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  • May 20, 2022

    Be Ready Utah: Personal Safety in College

    Paige Davies, Director of the Women's Center WSU discusses the Safe@Weber Program and ways to be intentional with personal safety on a college campus.

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  • May 20, 2022

    Housing in Weber County

    Dave and Debbie dive back into the housing discussion in Weber County. Caitlyn Johnston, who is searching for a home share her opinion on buying in the Weber County Area. 

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  • May 20, 2022

    Will President Biden Run again?

    Devin Wiser, Executive Director of the Walker institute of Politics at Weber State University joins the show to discuss speculation as to whether or not president Biden will run for president in a second term.

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  • May 20, 2022

    Weber County Outdoors

    Hayley Prine with WSU's Outdoor Program explains outdoor recreation in Weber County and what is available for families and individuals. 

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  • May 20, 2022

    Is it possible to find housing in Weber County

    Alexis Jackson, Weber County Resident who is looking for a home in the area shares her experience of looking for a home in the Weber County Area and the challenges she is facing 

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  • May 20, 2022

    Weber County Clerk opens doors to ensure election security

    Ricky Hatch, Weber County Clerk calls the show to explain what they are doing in Weber County to ensure their election security to voters. 

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  • May 20, 2022

    Affordable College in Utah

    Paige Patno, Admissions Counselor, as well as a recent WSU grad joins the discussion to explain what student life has been like at Weber State since the pandemic, and the concerns students have when deciding to go to school. 

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  • May 20, 2022

    The Revitalization and Growth Downtown Ogden

    Thomas Kiernan, Ogden Downtown Alliance  joins the show to explain the growth of Ogden and what community efforts are in place in the area.

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  • May 20, 2022

    The latest in the stock market

    Shane Stewart, Certified Financial Planner joins the show to discuss the latest stock market crash.

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  • May 20, 2022

    Gas prices reach another new high

    Gas Prices have reached another new high nationally and locally in Utah. Dave and Debbie discuss the new gas prices and how much money is going into it. 

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  • May 19, 2022

    Jeff Caplan's My Minute of News wins Murrow

    KSL Newradio won multiple Edward R. Murrow awards. These awards pits us against some tough competition – our region covers Utah, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico. Jeff Caplan’s “My Minute of News” won in the “Excellence in Writing” category, and in a two-fer for Jeff Caplan’s Afternoon News, KSL also won best newscast for our afternoon newscast on March 4, 2021, during the vaccine rollout.Jeff Caplan, Host of Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News joins the show to discuss the magic behind his minutes and brings an exclusive LIVE minute 

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  • May 19, 2022

    Why it's important to rooter your sewer lines

    Last month we took a dive into flooding as my basement filled with water unexpectedly. All this year KSL is partnering on emergency preparedness with 'Be Ready Utah' to bring you this information. Mike Wilson, Any Hour Services calls the show

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  • May 19, 2022

    The Latest on COVID with Dr. Angela Dunn

    Dr. Angela Dunn was the face of the COVID - 10 Pandemic when it started in 2020. Today Dr. Dunn says the way you get runny noses instead of respirators is to be fully up to date on your vaccines. Dave and Debbie bring the latest updates from Dr. Dunn regarding COVID-19. 

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  • May 19, 2022

    What do the primaries mean for republicans?

    Dr. Oz - who rose to fame as celebrity doctor on Oprah Winfrey's talk show told FOX News President Trump's effect is a booster shot to him.  Kathy Barnette surged in the polls among republicans. The candidate President Trumped panned as not standing a chance in the general. But she was there for him on Jan. 6thBoyd Matheson, Inside Sources

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  • May 19, 2022

    Can you DIY Artificial Turf?

    West Valley City recently legalized artificial turf in the area with some ordinance. When does it make sense to install artificial turf at your home? And is this something you can do on your own?Bill Holland, Turf Expert joins the show

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  • May 19, 2022

    Agreement reached to resume production amid baby formula shortage

    As the baby formula shortage continues... a light at the end of the tunnel may be on its way. The baby formula manufacturer Abott, that is at the heart of the recent formula recall has reached an agreement with the FDA that is set to get the plant running much sooner.Kelli Pierce, Producer shares her insight on the subject.

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  • May 19, 2022

    David Leavitt Live From Ukraine

    The Utah County Attorney is in the thick of the battlefield in Ukraine -- giving away money from an anonymous donor to help families get back on their feet.David Leavitt​, calls the show live from Ukraine to discuss what he is seeing. 

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  • May 19, 2022

    Trump Effect in Reverse

    In Pennsylvania a republican senate seat is on the line. And the candidate president trump panned in today's primary is suddenly surging in the polls. Trump effect in reverse? Trump endorsed celebrity TV doctor Mehmet Oz who said it's opened doors for him. Taylor Morgan/Partner with Morgan-May Public Affairs, lobbyist, and host of KSL at Night

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  • May 19, 2022

    Dr. Oz and the Pennsylvania Primary

    Dr. Oz - who rose to fame as celebrity doctor on Oprah Winfrey's talk show told FOX News President Trump's effect is a booster shot to him.  Kathy Barnette surged in the polls among republicans. The candidate President Trumped panned as not standing a chance in the general. But she was there for him on Jan. 6th

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  • May 18, 2022

    Car Wash Chaos

    A pickup truck went through the car wash with a loose extension cord in the bed. As the truck went through the cord was picked up and got caught on a spinning brush. The loose cord wrapped around the brush hit 3 cars going through the wash. The car wash is located in located near 9800 South and 700 East Sandy. A lot of windows were shattered and cause some injuries.Nick Park, who was in the carwash joins the discussion.

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  • May 18, 2022

    Utah prepares for launch of 988 Suicide Crisis Line

    We talk about mental health and suicide awareness quite a bit on the show, and the issue is still ongoing. Top of mind as we bring you this discussion. The latest to lose her battle to mental illness, Naomi Judd, passed away to disease of mental illness on April 30th. Over the weekend, her life was honored in the "River of Time Celebration" conducted by CMTRachel Lucynski, Crisis Services Director, Huntsman Mental Health

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  • May 18, 2022

    Be Ready Utah: Preparedness in the Workplace

    What do you do if you are at work.. and an emergency hit. Whether it is a natural disaster or another sort of threat. Are you prepared? As a bonus Be Ready UT we are going to dive into what you need to do to prepare yourself for an emergency at work. It is Business Continuity awareness week and Wade Mathews, with the Division of Emergency Management joins the discussion on what you need to be prepared at work, today.

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  • May 18, 2022

    The latest on Primary Races

    Kathy Barnette - extreme right political commentator - who surged in the republican polls AFTER President Trump panned her is down by 86,000 votes. It could take days to determine if the republican nominee is McCormick -- or Oz.  How Trump hurt his own endorsement. Days before primary Trump says Barnette doesn't stand a chance in the general. She surges in the polls.  Is it possible that Trump's pushes the undecided republicans over to Barnette, instead of OZ.  Boyd Matheson, Inside Sources joins the discussion.

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  • May 18, 2022

    Would you give up your job to work for Walmart for 200K a year?

    The Wall Street Journal Reports that Walmart Anticipates a Store Manager Shortage.. but here's the SHOCKER...Despite $200,000-a-Year Pay Their solution? They want to train college graduates to be store managers and move workers into corporate roles to build its talent pipeline. Would you leave your job to go to Walmart?

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  • May 18, 2022

    Road Deaths are Increasing

    Since the start of the year, there have been more than 20K crashes in Utah. 105 fatalities (zerofatalities.com)Those numbers are devastating. That's an average of 150 crashes a day. Some are just small little fender benders... but 105 fatalities is approaching one death a day on average. That last little piece of information stood out to us... Motorcycle deaths down 16 percent in Utah... even though they're up 9 percent nationally.Tim Hughes, Host of Utah's Morning News shares his insight about being on motorcyclist on the road. Listener Calls 

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  • May 18, 2022

    Follow the Ballot 2022: An inside look at election security

    Worried about election security? Turns out you can stuff a ballot box all you want... It won't make a hill of beans... Lindsay Aerts, KSL Newsradio Reporter, joins as she takes a close look into what happens behind the scenes of election security.

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  • May 18, 2022

    Supermart Shooting in Buffalo NY: Are there tools to monitor the Internet to detect a pending mass murder?

    More details surfacing about the strange online activity by the alleged gunman leading up to the mass murder the Tops supermarket in Buffalo. Prompting this question:  any tools to spy/monitor the Internet to detect a pending mass murder?Earl Foote, Nexus IT shares his insight on if there are tools that can spot these times of threats. 

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  • May 18, 2022

    How former President Trump may have hurt his own endorsement

    Kathy Barnette - extreme right political commentator - who surged in the republican polls AFTER President Trump panned her is down by 86,000 votes. It could take days to determine if the republican nominee is McCormick -- or Oz.  How Trump hurt his own endorsement. Days before primary Trump says Barnette doesn't stand a chance in the general. She surges in the polls.  Is it possible that Trump's pushes the undecided republicans over to Barnette, instead of OZ.  Taylor Morgan, Partner at Morgan  May Public Affairs and Host of KSL at Night. Calls in to share his insight. 

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  • May 17, 2022

    Pros and Cons of teens under 16 in the workplace

    Dave and Debbie discuss the pros and cons of those under the age of 16 going to work! 

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  • May 17, 2022

    Propane Tank Fire Safety

    A man in Pleasant Grove accidentally had a propane tank go of and caused some damage. Continuing out Be Ready UT coverage, what you need to know about storing propane on your property.Ryan Love, with United Fire Authority joins the discussion. 

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  • May 17, 2022

    Early warning signs and Mass shootings

    It was a year ago the 18-year-old mass shooting suspect in Buffalo was taken into custody after writing a paper for high school graduation. Let's take you back to his first brush with the law and ask if authorities dropped the ball.He's taken into custody a year ago by law enforcement, I think people are under the impression that law enforcement keeps tabs on these types of threats? John Huber, Former US Attorney for the district of Utah joins the discussion

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  • May 17, 2022

    Is there a clearer message to solutions?

    10 people dead and reports that the 18-year-old gunman let white people live while targeting black shoppers Saturday morning. Many officials including the president spoke out after the incidents occurred. Can the solution to these tragedies get lost in the messaging? Boyd Matheson, Inside Sources joins us next.

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  • May 17, 2022

    14 & 15 year old's in the workplace

    McDonalds is hiring teens as young as 14 years old, what regulations are in place for teens of this age in the workplace? How do parents feel about their kids going to work at that age? Eric Olson with the UT Labor Commission joins the show to explain the rules for teens under 16 in the workplace. Listener Calls 

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  • May 17, 2022

    How is infrastructure going to be maintained in SLC?

    After the sinkhole that formed in Salt Lake City and eventually swallowed a vehicle. Laura Briefer, Director of SLC Department of Public Utilities calls into the show live to explain if this infrastructure can be repaired and how it will happen. 

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  • May 17, 2022

    Early warning signs of mass shooters: What can be done?

    The 18-year-old who conducted a mass shooting in Buffalo New York showed early warning signs that he would grow up to be an active shooter. What if anything can be done to combat these early threats before it is too late? Defense Attorney, Greg Skordas calls the show with his insight 

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  • May 17, 2022

    Pelosi targets social media companies after shooting

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday that social media companies have to address and track down extremism on their platforms, after a gunman who reportedly espoused white supremacist ideology opened fire at a Buffalo, New York, supermarket on Saturday, killing at least 10. “There has to be vigilance,” Pelosi told ABC News over the weekend. “People have to alert other authorities if they think that someone is on a path to domestic terrorism, to violence of any kind.” 

    FAITH ABUBEY, ABC NEWS CORRESPONDENT, WASHINGTON calls into the show. 

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  • May 17, 2022

    Buffalo NY Shooter reportedly targeted black Americans

    New details continue to emerge about the after the shooting in Buffalo New York, it is being reported that the 18 year old shooter had a racist agenda. Reported the gunman in the mass shooting in buffalo at the Tops Supermarket researched the zip code and found the majority of residents are black -- he drove 200 miles.Kamaal Ahmad, joins the discussion.

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  • May 17, 2022

    Mass Shootings over the weekend

    Multiple Mass shootings took place across the US over the weekend. Including one conducted by an 18 year old. 10 people were shot and killed  at the Tops market in East Buffalo New York. Amanda Dickson, with Utah's Morning News joins the discussion to bring the latest on what she's learned. 

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  • May 17, 2022

    Be Ready Utah: Tips to prepare your family for an emergency

    Today as we continue our coverage for Be Ready Utah, we want to make sure your family is prepared.. Kim Stinson, mother of six shares how she has incorporated Emergency preparedness in her own family's daily lifestyle.

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  • May 17, 2022

    The latest of the Raging Waters redevelopment

    The old waterpark, then known as Seven Peaks, closed in 2018.Three years later, Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall announced plans for a regional park. As we dive into communities North of Salt Lake County, Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall joins us live to bring an update on the project. 

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  • May 17, 2022

    Protests emerge outside of Supreme Court Justice's homes: Is it crossing the line?

    As the leak of the opinion to overturn Roe V. Wade cam to light a couple of weeks ago.. Protests also emerged.. Some right outside Supreme Court Justice's homes. Boyd Matheson, Inside Sources joins the discussion

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  • May 17, 2022

    Community Concerns of Inflation

    Broadcasting live from Left Fork Grill in South Salt Lake, Dave and Debbie talk to resident Leo Romero from Rose Park who is a regular at Left Fork Grill. Leo shares his insight on what he is worried about regarding the economy. 

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  • May 17, 2022

    Can you find affordable housing in Salt Lake County?

    Surrounded by brand new apartment complexes in South Salt Lake as we broadcast from Left Fork Grill, is it possible to find affordable housing with new developments coming in? Paul Smith with the Utah Apartment Association joins the show. 

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  • May 17, 2022

    Lower speed limits in Salt Lake City

    The city of Salt Lake is changing the speed limit on some of their streets.On Tuesday, the Salt Lake City Council unanimously voted on Tuesday to enforce the 20 is plenty ordinance. Alex Cragun, Board Member of Sweet Streets calls the show to share his reaction to the speed limit change and what more needs to be done. 

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  • May 17, 2022

    Live from Left Fork Grill: How is inflation impacting businesses?

    The cost of the pandemic and inflation to restaurants: we just learned that 252 restaurants have closed permanently in Utah -- 5%. Dave and Debbie sit down with General Manager of Left Fork Grill in South Salt Lake to discuss how the diner has been impacted by inflation and her biggest concerns. 

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  • May 17, 2022

    Two thirds of Americans reportedly live pay check to pay check

    2/3 of the U.S. Population Now Lives Paycheck to Paycheck. Called: paycheck to paycheck consumers. Estimates: we're paying $500-700 month more just because of inflation. Dave and Debbie take a closer look at how inflation is hurting individuals. 

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  • May 17, 2022

    Dixie State Rolls Out with a New Name: Utah Tech University

    Dixie State University made national headlines through their name change process last year. And the new brand Utah Tech University, is getting ready to be unveiled.Richard Williams, Dixie State University President or soon to be - Utah Tech UniversityDr. Jordon Sharp - communications director

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  • May 17, 2022

    Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District

    Comments from City Manager during a meeting raised eyebrows about city water revenue versus water conservation. Will they enact restrictions or allow residents to water away? How does it look for Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District?Bart Forsyth, General Manager of Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District

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  • May 17, 2022

    Inflation Reset

    Inflation 8.3% nationally last month -- bad news -- it's worse in Utah. President Biden addressed inflation yesterday.. in what many felt was an unproductive press conference. Boyd Matheson, Inside Sources, joins the conversation.

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  • May 17, 2022

    Baby Formula Shortage

    Walking the isles of Walgreens this week Debbie noticed that there was no baby formula to be found on the shelfs.. this shortage is starting to become very serious and if she were a mother with an infant she would be scared. Eric Boehm Reporter with reason.com, and Kelli Pierce, KSL Newsradio Producer of Inside Sources join the conversation.

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  • May 17, 2022

    South Jordan Water Revenue

    South Jordan, meeting took place a few days ago. City manager: be cautious about the water conservation message to residents to save, because it'll cost the city water revenue. Gary Whacott/city manager, of South Jordan and Dawn R. Ramsey, South Jordan Mayor join the conversation.

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  • May 17, 2022

    GOP Debates

    The Utah GOP encourages Republican candidates to withhold confirming their participation until the Utah GOP and the Debate Commission settle these questions."The Utah Republican Party is asking its members to withhold participating in the debates conducted by the Utah Debate Commission.Carson Jorgensen, Chairman of the Utah GOPWayne Neiderhauser, former Senate President for the State of Utah and Co-Chair of the Utah Debate Commission

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  • May 17, 2022

    Inflation Problems, with Robert Spendlove

    Dave and Debbie dive into inflation price check ... the stuff you feed & buy for your family. It'll be a long, hot, pricey summer. Breakfast cereal - 2.4%, Used car prices fell .4%-- but year over year up 22.7%, New car prices up 1.1% in April, Airline fares - up 21.9% -- 33 percent over last year.

    Joined by Robert Spendlove,  senior economist at Zions Bank

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  • May 10, 2022

    Gas prices reach new high in May

    New record high -- Utah it's $4.49 a gallon on average -- but certain areas of the state is taking it in the pocket book -- it's a lot more than that! Debbie and Taylor discuss where prices are at and pose the question surrounding what Americans are giving up or not giving up to combat the high prices. President Biden is expected to address inflation today, can fix gas prices? 

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  • May 10, 2022

    Trash or Treasure: History found at Goodwill

    A 24.99 purchase got one Texas Woman an unexpected piece of art from ancient Roman Times. Once she dug into the history, she discovered it to be about 2,000 years old.

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  • May 10, 2022

    What to do in a power outage?

    There were about 40 homes with no power in Bountiful around 7:30 this morning, and yesterday on Mother's day there were outages in West Jordan having to improvise their mother's day breakfast without power!Jason Lee, Rocky Mountain Power

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  • May 10, 2022

    First Lady in Ukraine

    First lady Jill Biden made an unannounced visit into Ukraine on Mother’s Day to meet with Ukrainian first lady Olena Zelenska.Boyd Matheson, Inside Sources

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  • May 10, 2022

    Housing Sellers Reset

    Bad news for sellers: Fewer people searched for “homes for sale” on Google—searches during the week ending April 30 were down 7% from a year earlier. Pending home sales were down 4$.Michael Mcphee, Real Estate Agent

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  • May 10, 2022

    Car Safety Items

     Traffic stalled for hours in Davis County this morning as a power line went down and struck a semi-truck.. the semi rolled leading to an ongoing number of delays in the area. You could have been stuck for hours trying to get into to work.. this could be a good reminder to go over items to have in your car during an emergency..Britt Johnson, KSL Newsradio News Anchor

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  • May 10, 2022

    Alabama Fugitives

     A twisted case in Alabama.. Detention officer, Vicky White sells her home and abruptly retires from duty -- all for a murderer who is about 20 years younger, Casey White.More than a week after they disappeared from a county jail in Florence, Alabama -- an Alabama inmate and former corrections officer have left few clues for investigators on their trail.

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  • May 9, 2022

    US median age for giving birth hits 30

    A recent report from the U.S Census Bureau is showing that birthrates have declined in their 20's and jumped for women in their late 30's and early 40's. Mary Richards, Former KSL Newsradio Reporter, now Reporter for the Church News and mother of 5, joins the show to explain her experience of having kids in her 20's and if looking back would she do anything differently? Debbie asks listeners: Were you the perfect age when you became a mom?

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  • May 9, 2022

    Why do different Cities have different water restrictions?

    A caller called in last week as we were laying out new restrictions for Ogden City and pointed out that different cities in Weber Water Basin have different restrictions.. and keeping track of what you can and cannot do can be out right confusing. Does all of the water come from the same place and why do cities fall under different restrictions? Jon Parry, Assistant General Manager Weber Water Basin Conservancy District calls into the show to explain. 

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  • May 9, 2022

    Spring Storms and the drought

    Do the recent spring showers count towards the drought? Why or why not? KSL Meteorologist Matt Johnson joins the show live. 

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  • May 9, 2022

    Home sellers recently dropped their prices: Are sellers pricing too high?

    While many home sellers are still getting higher offers than their listings, that is not the case for all. 15% of Home sellers dropped their asking price over a 4-week period at the end of April, according to the Deseret News. Is this a sign of fewer buyers or are sellers pricing too high? Thomas Wright, Real Estate Agent calls into the show to share his insight. 

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  • May 6, 2022

    KSL 100th Birthday

    It's KSL NewsRadio's birthday! As part of the celebration Doug Wright and Amanda Dickson are hosting a 1 hour show special starting at 9am.  KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson joins the show.

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  • May 6, 2022

    Be Ready UT: Preparing for an emergency on a budget - what you need in your home

    In this addition of Be Ready UT - Dave breaks down the items you need in your home and how much they will cost you. Jeff Johnson, UT Division of Emergency Management joins the show. 

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  • May 6, 2022

    Why do we celebrate Cinco De Mayo?

    The very sophisticated and powerful French army is defeated by an outnumbered and outgunned Mexican army. Took the French army about 2 and half days to get to Puebla Battle took all day by evening the French had to retreat. The 160th anniversary of Cinco de Mayo. 

    Gustabo Rodriguez, KSL Newsradio Producer joins the show to explain this holiday 

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  • May 6, 2022

    How will the hike in interest rates affect the democrats in the midterms?

    Investors are doing a double with the new interest hikes.. What does this rollercoaster of 401k's mean for the president? Boyd Matheson, Inside Sources joins the discussion 

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  • May 6, 2022

    Pepsi want to pay you $5,000 to help leave your job

    It's called the "Great Shuffle Reset" Campaign -- going along with mental health Awareness Month. The Company will select 5 people to support them on their journey to finding happiness and reconnecting with the things that bring them joy. 

    Hunter Stanley, KSL Newsradio Producer/Board Operator explains his experience of not working for 9 months, and how far $5,000 would last while being unemployed.

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  • May 6, 2022

    Credit Card Myths that may be preventing you from paying off your debt faster

    Turns out you may be missing out on options that will help you get out of sinking credit card debt One of the most powerful tools NOT being taken advantage of by people in debt are balance transfers. A balance transfer lets you move debt from one account to another... and in some cases you can pay with 0% interest for 15, 18, and 21 months.

    Sloan Schrage, KSL 5 Investigative Producer 

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  • May 6, 2022

    Ogden City New Water Restrictions

    Ogden city is the next on the list to enforce water restrictions with their sever water shortage declaration. Brady Herd Water Utility Manager with Ogden City calls in to explain the new restrictions  

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  • May 6, 2022

    West Jordan Water Regulations

    Tauni Barker with West Jordan City joins the show to address concerns about water requirements in West Jordan.

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  • May 6, 2022

    Turbo Tax to pay $141 million dollar settlement over misleading ads

    The company behind the TurboTax tax-filing program will pay $141 million to customers across the United States who were deceived by misleading promises of free tax-filing services, New York's attorney general announced Wednesday. D2 discuss what this could mean for turbo tax users. 

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  • May 6, 2022

    Cyclist Safety

    After multiple auto pedestrian accidents over the past few weeks and many involving cyclists, Jenn Oxborrow, Executive Director of Bike UT calls the show to explain the top 3 things drivers need to keep in mind when it comes to cyclists and their safety on the road. 

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  • May 6, 2022

    How many DUI's will lead you to prison?

    The man suspected of running over and killing a 13-year-old boy on 90th South had consumed one-hundred-20 ounces of beer, and left a bar just two minutes before the accident, according to court documents. 

    What are the rules for bars and why was he able to leave? How many DUI's can one obtain before being sent to jail? Troy Rawlings, Davis County Attorney joins the show to share his insight.

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  • May 5, 2022

    May the 4th

    It's Star Wars Day! Debbie and Taylor talk about the movie, how the phrase was started and go over a list of celebrations people can do to coumarate the day!

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  • May 5, 2022

    Salt Lake County Council Chair shares input on Roe V. Wade Opinion Leak

    Balancing the discussion -- As Protestors emerged Tuesday evening in Washington DC outside of the supreme court building and locally here in SLC, at the states capitol speaking out about the possibility of Roe V. Wade being overturned.Laurie Stringham, Chair of the Salt Lake County Council joins the discussion to share her thoughts on the leak and Roe V. Wade 

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