Dave and Dujanovic
Dave & Dujanovic Full Show May 25th, 2023
- Florida Governor Ron DeSantis launches his presidential campaign amidst technical difficulties
- Peak runoff expected to start this Memorial Day weekend
- Buckskin Gulch: Why Utah’s slot canyon is killing hikers
- Traveling during the 100 deadliest days of summer
- How the $40M emergency flood funding will be used in Utah
Weather predictions for Memorial Day weekend
KSL Meteorologist Kevin Eubank joins the show with weather predictions for Memorial Day weekend. Doug Wright, Host of the Movie Show, joins to give a sneak peek of the big movie coming out this weekend: The Little Mermaid live action.
How the $40M emergency flood funding will be used in Utah
Last week we learned that Governor Spencer Cox extended the state of emergency for flooding until mid-August. Lawmakers also voted to allocate $40M toward flood mitigation efforts. House Speaker Brad Wilson joins the show to discuss how the $40M in emergency flood funding will be used in the city and state.
Traveling during the 100 deadliest days of summer
If you’re headed to Moab this Memorial Day weekend, you’re probably going to be traveling on what was called Utah’s death trap… Back in the 90’s, The BBC and Readers Digest named Highway 6 as one of “America’s Deadliest Highways.” A head-on fatal crash happened 10 days ago, shutting down both lanes of traffic. John Gleason from the Utah Department of Transportation joins the show to discuss why this highway is so dangerous and what improvements have been made to make it safer. Wade Matthews from Be Ready Utah joins to share tips on how to be prepared for traveling and vacationing.
The messaging strategy behind the debt ceiling negotiations
The debt ceiling negotiations are still going strong. Inside Sources Host Boyd Matheson joins the show to discuss the messaging strategy behind these negotiations and analyze what each side is doing that is either surprisingly well or is hidden beneath the surface.
Are campgrounds full or snowed out?
Dave and Debbie are broadcasting at Big Cottonwood Canyon, and a local hiker who is familiar with the area says most of the trails are opening back up again. What about the campgrounds? Devan Chavez from the Utah Department of Natural Resources joins the show to discuss whether campgrounds are full or snowed out.
Buckskin Gulch: Why Utah’s slot canyon is killing hikers
Buckskin Gulch is considered a “must do hike in Southern Utah,” according to TikTok. While it is being romanticized as a popular hiking spot, it is also the spot where hikers have been found dead or reported missing. Kane County Sheriff Tracy Glover joins the show to discuss the dangers of Buckskin Gulch and what hikers need to look out for.
What does Memorial Day weekend hold for the folks who train for water rescues?
How safe are the riverbanks when it comes to recreational activities? Kelly Bird from the Unified Fire Authority joins Dave and Debbie at Big Cottonwood Canyon to discuss the dangers of the riverbanks and take us inside a water rescue.
Is flooding imminent for the city between the canyons?
Cottonwood Heights Mayor Mike Weichers joins Dave and Debbie in person at Big Cottonwood Canyon to discuss if he’s expecting flooding in the city between the canyons, and if so, how they’re preparing for it.
Peak runoff expected to start this Memorial Day weekend
There was discussion last week at Salt Lake County about Memorial Day being the start of peak runoff. Does that concern remain the same this week? Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson joins the show to map the flood zones she will be eyeing this weekend and give resources if people spot trouble areas.
Lake Powell is filling up fast, but is it enough?
Lake Powell water levels are rising a foot a day now… but is it enough? KSL NewsRadio Reporter Adam Small says it could rise up to 70 feet this spring. He joins the show with the latest. Andy Farnsworth from the KSL Traffic Center gives the worst times to hit the road this Memorial Day weekend.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis launches his presidential campaign amidst technical difficulties
The debacle that was supposed to be Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ big announcement launching his bid for the White House… had some technical difficulties. After Twitter glitches delaying this for nearly half an hour, he officially announced that he’s running for President in 2024. Dave and Debbie are joined by KSL @ Night Host Taylor Morgan to share their honest reaction and analysis of how the announcement went down.
Dave & Dujanovic Full Show May 24th, 2023
- 3 dead, 2 severely injured in a deadly crash in Farr West
- Uvalde school shooting one year later: Does a memorial help with mental health and healing?
- The deadly consequences of opioid use
- Who is Ron DeSantis?
- Utah Highway Patrol: What to do if you spot animals on the road
Utah Highway Patrol: What to do if you spot animals on the road
Sgt. Cameron Roden from the Utah Highway Patrol calls the show with the latest on the crash that happened on I-15 in Farr West and what he recommends drivers to do if they spot animals on the road. Dave and Debbie also recap what they learned about the developing story where a 2-year-old was hit in the head with a stray bullet shot by an adult male suspect who was shooting at random birds at a nearby field.
Trent Staggs vs. Mitt Romney
The Mayor of Riverton Trent Staggs announced that he's coming for Mitt Romney's Senate seat! He is the first major candidate to announce a run for the seat, and he’s running whether Romney is in or not. Mayor Staggs calls the show to discuss why he decided to run, and what he makes of the fact that Romney has yet to make an announcement on whether he will run as well.
Will the officers be facing charges after the Uvalde school shooting?
It's been a year since the Uvalde school shooting where police officers took 77 minutes to confront the shooter. Are these officers facing charges, and what charges could they face? KSL Legal Analyst Greg Skordas joins the discussion.
Who is Ron DeSantis?
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is expected to launch his bid for the 2024 Presidential Election today... on Twitter... with Elon Musk… Here’s the big question: Who is Ron DeSantis? Former Utah GOP Chair Carson Jorgensen, who got DeSantis to speak at the recent GOP Convention here in Utah, calls the show to tell us what he knows about him. Inside Sources Host Boyd Matheson joins the show to discuss what the polls look like for him.
The deadly consequences of opioid use
There's not a week that goes by when headlines don't capture drug trafficking of heroin or "fake" opioid pills being trafficked or sold in Utah. For example, a recent bust of cops arrested a man who they said had 41k pills in a home in Herriman containing fentanyl… and accused him of intending to sell. Do we know who's buying these, how addiction happens, and how deadly illicit drugs are now? Debbie asked Dr. David Deyhimy, Addiction Medicine Specialist in California, who walks us through what’s driving young adults to experiment. Dr. Jen Plumb, Utah State Senator and Medical Director of Utah Naloxone, joins the discussion from
One year mark of the Uvalde school shooting: Does a memorial help with mental health and healing?
Today marks one year since the devastating school shooting that happened in Uvalde, Texas, which killed 19 children and 2 teachers. What concerns us is how the community is mentally healing from this incident. Does a memorial in the town square help with mental health and healing? Or does it make it harder for them? Dr. Hans Watson, Psychiatrist and President of Dynamic Psychiatry, joins the discussion.
Work requirements emerge as a flashpoint in debt ceiling spending talks
Work requirements emerge as a flashpoint in debt ceiling spending talks. Each side has made promises to things they will and will not cut. Speaker McCarthy has ruled out Social Security and Medicare. Many in the GOP say they won’t support cuts to military spending. Democrats oppose change to climate-change and transportation laws. Justin Finch, ABC News Correspondent in Washington, calls the show to discuss where the work requirement lies.
BREAKING: Live CNN coverage of House Speaker Kevin McCarthy on the looming default
3 dead, 2 severely injured in a deadly crash in Farr West
3 people are dead and 2 are severely injured in a crash between a semi-truck and a car with 5 people in it that ended up closing northbound I-15 in Farr West this morning. KSL TV Reporter Karah Brackin calls the show to describe what happened and who the victims are.
Spanish Fork Police Department identifies the suspect who shot a 2-year-old in the head with a stray bullet
There is a development in the case where a 2-year-old was shot in the head with a stray bullet while he was playing at his daycare. Utah’s Morning News reported that the Spanish Fork Police Department identified a suspect—an adult male—who was shooting at birds in the sky at a nearby field. KSL Legal Analyst Greg Skordas calls the show to discuss the legal consequences of shooting off a gun in city limits.
Dave & Dujanovic Full Show May 23rd, 2023
- How Utah Could Be Impacted A The Debt Ceiling Default
- Cox Apologizes for Name Calling Congress
- Male Teachers Are Dying Out
- Younger Teens Likely To Lose Social Media Access
- Flooding In Payson Canyon
Flooding In Payson Canyon
Flooding continues to cause issues on roads across Utah and a new video shows how the influx of water has taken a toll in Payson Canyon. Sgt. Spencer Cannon with the Utah County Sheriff's Office joins us to talk about the current conditions of the canyons.
Be Ready Utah: Landslides
As we continue our coverage on emergency preparedness, Bill Keach, Director of Utah Geological Survey, joins us to take a look at what you need to know about landslides.
Younger Teens Likely To Lose Social Media Access
Rep. Jordan Teuscher, the sponsor of Utah’s new bill that restricts access to Utahns under 16 says he’s not worried about companies like Facebook, TikTok, or Twitter pulling the plug in Utah. KSL Newsradio Reporter Lindsay Aerts spoke to Rep.Teuscher, she explains why he is confident they won’t leave the state.
Going Through The Process
Boyd Matheson from Inside Sources joins the show to give us his perspective on the debt ceiling negotiations, and why this could just be part of the process before reaching a deal.
Male Teachers Are Dying Out
A new report estimates 74% of the country's teachers are female, while only 26% are male. Dave and Debbie discuss why men are not going after teaching jobs anymore, and whether it is worth it to be a teacher nowadays. Listeners call in to give their opinions.
Debt Ceiling Negotiation Continues
We are just 8 days away from reaching the debt ceiling according to the State Treasury. ABC News Correspondent Justin Finch calls in to discuss what is happening in the current negotiations, and what are the main issues right now preventing a deal.
TikTok Fights Back
TikTok has responded to Montana’s complete ban of their app by suing the state, saying they are violating the First Amendment and other laws. KSL Legal Analyst Greg Skordas joins the show to discuss the details.
Cox Apologizes Name Calling Congress
Utah Governor Spencer Cox had to apologize last week after insulting some of the members of Congress for inaction on the southern border and immigration. Dave and Debbie discuss whether it is a refreshing honesty or a cheap shot then take calls from listeners.
How Utah Could Be Impacted A The Debt Ceiling Default
In Washington, leaders say they are having a productive discussion on the debt ceiling negotiations. We take a look at what it would mean for Utahns if the country were to default. Shane Stewart, DMBA Certified Financial Planner joins the show to discuss whether you should be worried about your Social Security.
Dave & Dujanovic- Full Show- May 22nd, 2023
- No deal on Debt Ceiling.. yet
- Tim Scott Announces Presidential Campaign
- Are you in on a new rail line from Salt lake to Las Vegas, Boise or LA?
- High Turnover for County Clerks in Utah
- NYC Mayor says migrants should be sent to every city
NYC Mayor says migrants should be sent to every city
NYC Mayor Adams has stated that migrants should go to every city Throughout the entire country -- what does that look like and what does it mean for Utah? News Nation National Correspondent Dray Clark - joins the show with the latest details. D2 takes listener calls and speaks with KSL Newsradio’s Hugo Rikard-Bell on what he has been looking into about migrants coming to Utah
High Turnover for County Clerks in Utah
Utah’s election office says the state has lost 20 county clerks since 2020. Three counties have seen multiple new clerks during those years, meaning 17 of the state's 29 counties have clerks with three or fewer years of experience.
The state elections office is hoping the legislature will cool it with some of their election-related bills. it is costing Utah a lot of county clerks on top of them. KSL Newsradio's Lindsay Aerts joins the show with more.
Will Biden and McCarthy strike a debt ceiling deal and avoid an economy-wrecking federal default?
Will we see a deal on the debt ceiling today? Host of Inside Sources, Boyd Matheson, joins the show to discuss.
Will the next two weeks show “peak” flow for flooding in Utah?
The next two weeks are likely to be "peak" flow for flooding in Utah. Temperatures are still on the rise and memorial day weekend is bringing more heightened awareness. Scott Baird, Director of Public Works with SLCO joins the show on what they are preparing for.
12 year old girl rescued at Gunlock State Park
Reports from southern Utah say A 12-year old girl was taken by helicopter to the hospital after drowning at Gunlock State Park. There are waterfalls at Gunlock that occur every few years... and when the falls are flowing they can be dangerous. D2 speaks with Devan Chavez, PIO with the Utah Division of State Parks
Are you in on a new rail line from Salt lake to Las Vegas, Boise or LA?
Let's talk travel... UTA is exploring this idea..to form a new rail line that would allow people to travel from Salt Lake to Boise, Las Vegas and even Los Angeles..UDOT met with the joint KSL-Deseret News editorial board... would you get on board? Jay Evensen with the Deseret News joins the conversation.
The Presidential Landscape: Ron Desantis
Presidential Campaign watch -- Tim Scott made his announcement moments Ron Desantis is trailing Donald Trump in the polls -- but what does he need to do to take a win? D2 breaks down what he needs to accomplish to gain republican support
Tim Scott Announces Presidential Campaign
Presidential Campaign watch - Senator Tim Scott just made his announcement for a presidential run - Host of Inside Sources, Boyd Matheson joins the show to dive into who Tim Scott is and what stands out.
No deal on Debt Ceiling.. yet
No deal - 10 days to predicted federal default on US debt. Biden wants republicans to raise the debt ceiling. Republicans say yeah, but first budget cuts. Negotiations this weekend didn't end the standoff...so more big meetings today. Pres. & HS to meet this afternoon. D2 walks through what a default would mean for families and touch base with Justin Finch, ABC News Correspondent in Washington about the details of President Biden and McCarthy's meeting today.
Dave & Dujanovic Full Show May 18th, 2023
Guest host Taylor Morgan sits in for Dave Noriega
- Inside the minds of Utah Republican voters who support former President Trump
- Who is among the number of undocumented migrants coming across the border?
- Montana banned TikTok for everyone… Is Utah next?
- The future of Smith’s Ballpark and the Ballpark community
- Why the FDA-approved Alzheimer’s drug is being questioned
The legend of longtime KSL TV news anchor Dick Nourse
KSL TV's legendary News Anchor Dick Nourse has passed away today at the age of 83. He retired from local news in November 2007 and spent 43 years at KSL, making him the longest-tenured anchor at the news station. Debbie and Taylor are joined by Movie Show Host Doug Wright to reflect on the legendary history of his career and life.
The Utah Legislature votes to extend the state of emergency
The Utah Legislature has spoken… During the very short Special Session, they approved Governor Cox’s resolution to extend the state of emergency. They also voted to allocate $40 million to pay for excess snow removal costs and other flooding emergencies. House Speaker Brad Wilson joins the show to discuss whether there is support on this emergency declaration for flooding.
Why the FDA-approved Alzheimer’s drug is being questioned
Alzheimer’s is a disease that is commonly found in a lot of people. According to an NBC News headline from January, the FDA approved a new Alzheimer’s drug that appears to slow progression of the disease. However, questions have been raised about the safety and cost of the drug, and it is not getting into the hands of Medicare and Medicaid. Jeremy Cunningham, Public Policy Director for the Alzheimer’s Association, joins the show in studio to discuss why this is more than just red tape.
Is it legal to not allow public commenting at city council meetings?
The city of St. George appears to have a new policy… Citizens now have to submit any comments, questions, or concerns that they have about ordinances or discussions that the City Council is having in writing… instead of showing up in person and expressing them through a microphone. This raises the question: Is it legal to not allow public commenting? KSL Legal Analyst Greg Skordas joins the discussion.
The future of Smith’s Ballpark and the Ballpark community
Continuing our discussion on the future of Smith’s Ballpark… There is a contest called Ballpark NEXT, where 9 designs have been submitted to redo the ballpark. With the Salt Lake Bees moving to South Jordan, they are now trying to figure out what to do with the space. Amy Hawkins, Chair of the Ballpark Community Council, joins the show to discuss plans for the community and tease the community meeting coming up on Monday.
Montana banned TikTok for everyone… Is Utah next?
Montana officially banned TikTok, the most popular social media app on your kids’ phones. This makes it the first state in the nation to ban the app. So Debbie and Taylor wonder… Is Utah next? We are one step closer, since we banned it on all state-owned devices… but not everybody. If this does happen, will people find workarounds… like through VPNs? Earl Foote, an IT Expert with Nexus IT, joins the discussion, followed by listener calls.
Who is among the number of undocumented migrants coming across the border?
Recently there has been increased attention paid to the numbers of undocumented migrants coming across the border. But something not a lot of people are talking about? “Who” is among them? It’s been confirmed that six people on the FBI’s Terror Watch List were scooped up over the course of last weekend… bringing the total of those on the list captured at the border in 2023 to 88 so far. NewsNation’s Border Correspondent Ali Bradley (@AliBradleyTV) is in Yuma with the latest on who is coming across the border.
Freshman Congressman George Santos gets another lifeline
Freshman Congressman George Santos of New York gets another lifeline… Why? A week ago he was criminally charged with 13 different counts about how he tricked donors into wiring more than the legal limit… and using campaign funds for personal purchases. But instead of expelling him from Congress, the House voted to send a recommendation to expel him to the House Ethics Committee. Is he going to survive this with the voters?
The Safe UT app is here to stay
The Safe UT app is here to stay. It is a free app that students—and even parents—can download to report incidents at school and ask for help. Debbie is a firm believer of the app, as she has seen it in action and talked to students who say it has saved lives. Senator Daniel Thatcher is also a big fan of the app. He joins the show to discuss the effectiveness of the Safe UT app and why it will never go away.
Inside the minds of Utah Republican voters who support former President Trump
We're going inside the minds of Utah Republican voters and how committed they are to supporting former President Trump in his run for the White House. Let's start here… because there's a lot of legal issues involving Trump. A Deseret News poll asked Utah voters if they would still vote for him in light of the 34 criminal charges he's facing in New York for allegedly falsifying business records to cover up an affair with Stormy Daniels. And it appears Utah Republicans are in a codependent love affair with Trump. Debbie and guest co-host Taylor Morgan discuss and take listener calls.
Dave & Dujanovic Full Show May 17th, 2023
- Special Session on the Hill today
- SLC takes votes on the 9 final design ideas for Smith’s Ballpark
- A meeting on Capitol Hill about Utah’s recent school hoax threats
- How to cut back on grocery bills
- President Biden says America will not default
What stands out ahead of the Special Session
Utah Lawmakers are in Special Session today. Governor Cox called it to extend the state of emergency for flooding. D2 speaks with KSL NewsRadio’s Lindsay Aerts about what is ahead and what has stood out from the interim meetings today.
Banks tightening lending standards due to bank failures
Amidst the fall of Silicon Valley Bank, the former CEO of Silicon Valley Bank defended the lending efforts in his first public comment. Banks are now tightening their lending standards due to these failures. Howard Headlee, President of the Utah Bankers Association, joins the show to explain the impact on consumers and what they spoke about on Capitol Hill today.
Should the FBI be disbanded?
Two members of Utah's congressional delegation say change is imminent for the FBI in the wake of the Durham report and that a growing number of lawmakers in Washington, D.C. think it could be time to disband the agency… or at least subject it to major reforms. KSL Legal Analyst Greg Skordas joins the show to explain what the FBI does and why it should or shouldn’t be disbanded.
President Biden says America will not default
After what he called a “productive” meeting yesterday, President Biden expressed his optimism regarding the debt limit agreement yet again… He said all four leaders at the meeting agreed that a default is off the table. Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources, joins with updates and what we can expect to see next.
Live On: raising awareness about suicide prevention
Live On is a public-private mental health and suicide prevention campaign that aims to modify attitudes and social norms to reduce suffering and save lives. Allison Foust, Suicide Prevention Program Administrator and Spokesperson for Live On, joins the show to discuss the purpose and goals of Live On and what we can do to be more aware and protect those at risk.
How to cut back on grocery bills
Family grocery bills are on the rise with higher prices for most items… How do we cut back? Vicenza Vicari-Bentley, Program Coordinator for USU Extension’s Empowering Financial Wellness program, joins the show with her best money-saving tips that everyone can start using today.
Is there an appetite in Congress to send more money to Ukraine?
Ukraine is running out of US money, according to Politico. The $48B aid package that Congress approved in December has almost run out. There's only $6B remaining. That means the steady stream of weapons that the US has been supplying to Ukraine could end this summer. Will we authorize more money to Ukraine? Representative Chris Stewart shares his plan.
SLC takes votes on the 9 final design ideas for Smith’s Ballpark
There's $30K on the line for whoever has the best idea for Smith's Ballpark as the Salt Lake Bees get ready to move to Daybreak in a couple of years. Salt Lake just unveiled 9 ideas to demolish or tweak the old ballpark, and they’re taking votes on those designs. David Newman, Head Coach for the Utah Avalanche Soccer Club, joins the show to discuss why he would like to keep it as a sports venue. D2 takes calls, asking listeners what they would like to see.
A meeting on Capitol Hill about Utah’s recent school hoax threats
A meeting on Utah's Capitol Hill is helping us learn more about those hoax phone call threats that emptied a dozen Utah schools in March, canceled classes, and scared a lot of families. Now it's also bringing to light disparity in Utah schools when it comes to school security. Dave and Debbie discuss what’s being done.
Special Session on the Hill today
Utah Lawmakers are in Special Session today. Governor Cox called it to extend the state of emergency for flooding in a moment. Senate President Stuart Adams joins the show to let us know what the Legislature will do to help financially support communities. Scott Baird, SLCO Public Works and Municipal Services Director, explains how the money will be used.
Dave & Dujanovic Full Show May 16th, 2023
- Special Counsel John Durham concludes FBI never should have launched full Trump-Russia Probe
- US credit card debt at nearly $1 trillion
- How much space does $1,500 get you for apartment space in SLC?
- Fast Food sales are soaring through Inflation
- What to expect from the second debt ceiling meeting happening today
Should Trader Joe's come to Kaysville?
Should Trader Joe’s come to Kaysville? Kaysville Mayor Tamara Tran and City Council Member John Adams think so. They join the show to talk about why they think there should be a Trader Joe’s in Kaysville and what the city is doing to try to bring it there.
Be Ready Utah: 40% to 60% of businesses disrupted by a disaster without a continuity plan never reopen
40% to 60% of businesses disrupted by a disaster without a continuity plan never reopen, according to Be Ready Utah. This week is Business Preparedness Week. James Ray, Outreach Specialist with Be Ready Utah, joins the show to share tips on how businesses can be prepared in case of an emergency.
What to expect from the second debt ceiling meeting happening today
The clock is ticking… Happening at 3pm ET/1pm our time is the second meeting between the President and the House leadership. Will they strike a deal to raise the debt ceiling, cut federal spending, and avert an economic disaster? Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources, joins the discussion, followed by listener calls.
Fast food sales are soaring through inflation
Inflation has made spending rough… Despite this, Americans are still hitting the drive-thrus. In fact, fast food sales are soaring… so much that many are relying on chains more than grocery stores. NewsNation’s Miami Correspondent Brooke Shafer (@BrookeShaferTV) is serving up the latest on the fast food trends – and why Americans are getting their fill. She joins the discussion, followed by listener calls.
Nancy Volmer, Director of Communications and Marketing for the SLC International Airport, joins the show to give us an airport check-in after making a big announcement: more gates opening up.
How much space does $1,500 get you for apartment space in SLC?
How far can $1,500 stretch in terms of apartment space in Salt Lake City? A new report thorugh RentCafe reveals that renters in the SLC area can get an average sized apartment of 742 square feet for $1,500. Paul Smith with the Utah Apartment association joins the show to share hacks on how to find more space for less or if $1,500 is the reality for most renters.
US credit card debt at nearly $1 trillion
According to CNBC, US credit card debt stands at a record of nearly $1 trillion. The main question at hand is… How do we stop spending? DMBA Certified Financial Planner Shane Stewart joins the show to discuss this further, followed by listener calls.
Special Counsel John Durham concludes FBI never should have launched full Trump-Russia Probe
According to CNN, Special Counsel John Durham concluded that the FBI should never have launched a full investigation into connections between Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia during the 2016 election, according to a report by the Trump-administration appointee that was released yesterday. What difference would this have made for the election? KSL @ Night Host Taylor Morgan joins the show.
Dave & Dujanovic Full Show May 15th, 2023
- Utah no longer in a severe drought
- The Verdict of Lori Vallow Daybell: What's next?
- Teens in crisis: the concerning increase in sadness, depression among teen girls
- Younger adults becoming more common stroke patients
- Utah Special Session to take place this week
What does being out of a severe drought mean for water restrictions?
It was announced that Utah has moved out of a severe drought, what does this mean for water restrictions? Scott Paxman with the Weber Basin Water Conservancy District joins the show.
Utah Special Session to take place this week
KSL NewsRadio Reporter Lindsay Aerts joins the show to preview what is ahead of Utah's Special Session set to begin Wednesday.
Debt ceiling talks to resume this week
After a “productive” debt ceiling meeting between President Biden and Speaker McCarthy last week, they are expected to meet again on Tuesday to resume this negotiation. Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources, updates us on where we are at right now and what we can expect these next two weeks.
Younger adults becoming more common stroke patients
Intermountain Healthcare has shared a story of a 36-year-old man whose wife noticed stroke symptoms in him and forced him to go to the hospital. This action led to life-saving measures. D2 speaks with Brad and Melissa Coleman about the experience and also with Dr. Melissa McDonald with Intermountain Healthcare about the life-saving treatment involved, as well as why strokes are becoming more common in young adults.
Teens in crisis: the concerning increase in sadness, depression among teen girls
According to new trend data from the CDC's Youth Risk Survey collected in 2021, teen girls are experiencing the highest levels of sadness and hopelessness ever reported to the YRBS. Shara Park from KSL 5 TV joins the show to discuss more about what she has learned in this study.
13 Utah School Districts involved in a federal suit against social media companies
According to The Standard-Examiner, thirteen Utah School Districts have joined a mass lawsuit against Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Youtube. Tim Vandenack, The Standard-Examiner Reporter, joins the show to explain the lawsuit.
The Verdict of Lori Vallow Daybell: What's next?
Lori Vallow Daybell has been found guilty on all counts of killing her two children and conspiring in the murder of her husband's first wife. KSL Legal Analyst Greg Skordas joins the show to discuss the verdict and what a guilty verdict for Lori means for Chad Daybell.
How has the southern border in Yuma, Arizona been affected since the end of Title 42?
Title 42 ended last week, and an influx of migrants was expected. D2 speaks with Mayor of Yuma, Arizona Douglas J. Nichols on the latest.
Utah no longer in a severe drought
For the first time since 2019, Utah is no longer under severe drought conditions. D2 speaks with National Weather Service Hydrologist Glen Merril on how we got here and what this means. KSL Meteorologist Matt Johnson joins the show to discuss flooding around the state. Ben Abbott, Assistant Professor of Ecosystem Ecology at BYU, shares updates on the Great Salt Lake.
Dave & Dujanovic Full Show - May 11th, 2023
- How Inflation is Affecting Us
- What is Tabitha’s Way Food Bank?
- The Case of George Santos
- Teen Girl Mental Health
- How Food Banks help kids within the community
Volunteer efforts at Tabitha’s Way Food Pantry
As we wrap coverage at Tabitha’s Way Local Food Pantry D2 speaks with Melanie Lumsden and Kristi Larson about volunteerism for food banks throughout the state– how to join, what the process is, and what to expect when you sign up!
How Food Banks help kids within the community
Food banks make a difference for many families that surround them. Tabitha Way’s co-founder Wendy Osbourne and Lana Hisky of the Nebo School District talk with Dave and Dujanovic about the different ways food banks help out families and defeating the stigma around seeking help from food banks.
Teen Girl Mental Health
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we are continuing to discuss its importance. KSL TV’s Shara Park joins D2 previewing her story surrounding the SHARP survey and what it stated in regards to mental health of teenage girls in the state of Utah.
Title 42 and The Debt Ceiling
Host of KSL’s Inside Sources Boyd Matheson joins Dave and Dujanovic discussing the news on Title 42’s ending later today and the debt ceiling talks in Washington.
Utah Teen raises $20,000 for local food bank
Donating time and money can change lives and this is a perfect example! 9th grader Timmy Hong sits down and talks about his efforts in selling hot chocolate on his own time to help out Tabitha’s Way and its recipients!
The Case of George Santos
Republican New York Representative George Santos has been a point of controversy with a federal indictment that includes 13 counts but says he will not resign. Political Science Professor at the University of Utah James Curry and Former US Attorney for the District of Utah John Huber talk about the details and idiosyncrasies in this case.
Title 42 and States Facing Migrants
Title 42 ends tonight and states all along the southern border are on edge. What is going on, what are people seeing, and what to expect. NewsNation’s Ali Bradley calls in from the border to let us in on the details.
What is Tabitha’s Way Food Bank?
Many people know of food pantries but what is actually in them? Co-founders of Tabitha’s Way Al Switzler and Wendy Osborne talk about what and who is involved with their pantries.
How Inflation is Affecting Us
Inflation has been affecting millions of Americans across the nation and who better to talk to about it than said Americans! We take calls from our listeners talking about inflation and its impact on their lives.
Former President Trump’s Town Hall
D2 is at the Tabitha’s Way food pantry in American Fork as a part of KSL In Your Community! Dave and Dujanovic start off by speaking with KSL @ Night’s Taylor Morgan about former President Donald Trump’s town hall on CNN.
Dave & Dujanovic Full Show - May 10th, 2023
- George Santos arrested with 13 criminal charges
- The murder trial of Lori Vallow Daybell is nearing the end
- What to expect for the end of Title 42
- Former President Trump held liable for sexual battery and defaming a female author and columnist
- The new recommended age to get screened for breast cancer has dropped
What to expect tomorrow for the murder trial of Lori Vallow Daybell
Continuing our discussion on the murder trial of Lor Vallow Daybell, NewsNation Correspondent Brian Entin joins with the latest on what we can expect tomorrow and what stood out to him about this case.
George Santos to be arraigned in court today: who monitors campaign finances
George Santos is set to be arraigned today, according to the Eastern District of New York. At what point did the system fail? Will the federal charges against George Santos – arrested by federal authorities this morning on a 13-count criminal – get him kicked out of Congress? Taylor Morgan, Partner of Morgan May Public Affairs and a Host of KSL @ Night, joins the discussion.
Live at the southern border: preparing for the end of Title 42
There is a surge forming at the border as we anticipate the sunset of Title 42 – a COVID policy that made it easier for border patrol to send people back to their country. D2 takes you all the way to the southern border, as the number of illegal crossings could rise by thousands. There's no way we can sustain the number. NewsNation’s Border Correspondent Ali Bradley (@AliBradleyTV) sets the scene for us.
The economics of consequences
Yesterday Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources, talked about a very interesting principle: the economics of goodness. He referenced a speech from former Governor of Utah Michael Leavitt, who also talked about the predictability of consequences. This week we have seen multiple stories in the news that all surround the idea of consequences: the debt ceiling, Title 42 coming to an end, and finally… George Santos.
The new recommended age to get screened for breast cancer has dropped
There is a new guideline on women's health… Breast cancer has affected hundreds of thousands of women in the US and millions worldwide. It is actually one of the top 2 causes of women’s death in the US, according to the CDC. And now, according to new draft guidance from the US Preventive Task Force, the age to get screened for breast cancer has dropped from 50 to 40. Phoebe Freer, MD and Chief of Breast Imaging at the Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah, joins to discuss how this happened and what women can do about it.
Former President Trump held liable for sexual battery and defaming a female author and columnist
A jury ruled that former President Trump is liable for sexual battery and defaming a female author and columnist and must pay her $5 million. The decision came yesterday, and now we wonder if this will impact his odds for re-election. Derek Brown, former Chair of the Utah GOP and a Host of KSL @ Night, joins the show.