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

  • January 18, 2022

    Train looting in Los Angeles

    Littered boxes and packaged goods were left behind as thieves have been raiding cargo containers. The derailment caused 17 train cars to go off the tracks, Union Pacific said in a statement. No injuries were reported. Is this what has your amazon package on hold?  Dave and Debbie discuss. 

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  • January 18, 2022

    Free Feminine Products in Schools

    New pitch to make feminine hygiene products available and free in Utah schools... I'll call it stop the Walk of Shame'' for young women.

    Emily Bell McCormick with Utah's Period Project joins the show 

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  • January 18, 2022

    An Update on Tonga

    On Saturday an underwater volcano erupted in Tonga… followed up by a Tsunami that has left 3 people dead and hundreds of homes destroyed… The threat still continues as ashes on the islands can cause health problems for the residents, and there is a lack of access to clean water.

    Verna Tukuafu has been stuck in Utah for 2 years when Tonga closed it's borders on 2020 and has yet to reopen them for travelers. She brings an update on what she knows about her home in Tonga.

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  • January 18, 2022

    A breakdown of session speeches

    Dave and Debbie break down key moments from the speeches of House Speaker Wilson and Senate President Stuart Adams 

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  • January 18, 2022

    3 Bills that have our attention

    Here are the 3 bills that caught Dave and Debbie's eye…Rep. Joel Briscoe, D-Salt Lake City, filed House Bill 164, which would block public transit districts in the state from charging a fare to passengers. Sen. Wayne Harper's bill would expand the state's three days of bereavement definition to add mothers and their partners who are grieving after a miscarriage or stillbirth. Rep. Rosemary Lesser: Ditch the grocery tax

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  • January 18, 2022

    Muzzle Mayors Emergency Powers

    Pitch on the Hill to muzzle Utah mayors from making decisions to protect public health in a pandemic, epidemic -- or any public health emergency. Here's what HB 182: "prohibits a chief executive officer of a city from exercising powers in response to a pandemic, an epidemic, or a public health emergency. Name it the Muzzle Mayor Mendenhall Act of 2022.

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  • January 18, 2022

    Utah and the Death Pena

    Another year and another move by Utah Legislators to get rid of the Death Penalty. It’s House Bill 0147. It sounds like just another number. One of thousands of bills out there but what this means to Dave, is another legislator ripping open a wound that his family has been trying to heal for 30 years.

    Representative Lowry Snow joins the conversation.

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  • January 18, 2022

    General Session

    Late last week lawmakers allowed school boards to decide if they need to flip to online learning for a chunk of days -- immediately Granite and SLCSD voted to go online until next Monday. Will lawmakers continue to give school districts flexibility to decide? 

    Senate President Stuart Adams calls in to join he conversation.

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  • January 14, 2022

    Clarifying Quarantine Confusion with The Utah State Epidemiologist

    Confusion over quarantine - Dave tested positive for COVID and since the CDC adjusted their guidelines it wasn't entirely clear what to do. 

    UT State Epidemiologist, Dr. Leisha Nolen joins the show to explain what the state guidelines are.

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  • January 13, 2022

    A pause on Test to Stay

    Skyrocketing cases causing many challenges with Test to Stay Protocols, questioning its effectiveness among the Omicron Variant. Speaker Brad Wilson is calling for a pause on Test to Stay in schools and explains more of his thoughts on that. 

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  • January 13, 2022

    Does raising rent with the market make you a bad person

    Rent is bad right now. Over the summer the Deseret News found that Rent was up 12%. Radio Host Dave Ramsey, who is a landlord, said don’t blame him. Jennifer Graham with the Deseret News shares her input on Dave Ramsey's comments. D2 asks listeners if they agree or disagree.

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  • January 13, 2022

    Shooting on Mountain View Corridor Developments

    SHOOTING: officers are on scene at a shooting with multiple victims. Occurred on sidewalk along 4100 S in area between NB and SB lanes of Mountain View Corridor. Two people dead, one injured. Multiple suspects in custody.

    Granite School District put on shelter in place, D2 brings latest updates

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  • January 13, 2022

    US man becomes first in world to get a heart transplant from a genetically modified pig

    It’s so easy to get sucked up into the COVID conversations… all day every day. But there’s a medical miracle right going on right now that could change the world.

     

    A man received a genetically modified pig heart transplant and he’s alive…  continuing to recover.

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  • January 13, 2022

    Does poor Air Quality lead to a shortened life span

    How are humans truly effected by poor air quality long term? A new bill proposed by Representative Steve Handy,  would allow a medical examiner to include air pollution on a certificate of death if he or she reasonably believes air pollution factored into this cause of death. Dan Bammas, KSL Newsradio Reporter explains the bill and what it would mean for lawmakers. 

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  • January 13, 2022

    First Time Home Buyer Fear

    5 years ago -- to afford a median priced home in Salt Lake County you had to make around $58,000 --- in 2021 you now have to make $101,400. Good luck to first time home buyers. Caitlyn Johnston, KSL Newsradio Producer shares her experience and fears of buying a home. 

    Shane Stewart, DMBA Certified Financial Planner, shares his advice on getting finances in order to buy a home and first steps to take. 

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  • January 13, 2022

    Faked Death Nabbed by Covid

    A man wanted for crimes in Utah -- fakes his own death in Rhode Island -- but flees the country... the law couldn't catch him, but COVID did. Busted in his hospital bed -- in Scotland.Dave and Debbie explain the story. 

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  • January 12, 2022

    Tooele Shooting from this morning

    Domestic violence call, police called, confrontation inside the home with Tooele PD, officer involved shooting. KSL TV's Tamara Vaifanua.

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  • January 12, 2022

    Test to Stay

    The east high memo to parents sheds light on what schools are up against -- as of 9 pm last night the school said it didn't have details on when the kids would be tested. Waiting on the health department, which will do the free testing. 

    Martha Harris/KSL Newsradio

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  • January 12, 2022

    Families to Quarantine

    Dave's worried there will be an explosion in Omicron case counts after test to stay results are back for many Utah High Schools.

    8 in SLCO hit the threshold -- Schools with 1500 or more have 2% students test positive within the previous 14 days. 

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  • January 12, 2022

    Close Doors NY Fire Update

    On Sunday, a fire broke out in a Bronx apartment building killing 17 people including 8 children...The medical examiners concluded that all died from smoke inhalation.

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  • January 12, 2022

    Zion Rescue

    An adult female from New York had gotten stuck in the snow in Zion National Park, alone.  It is reported about 6.5 miles into the hike she got stuck in the snow. Had to use a SPOT device to send her GEO-location to emergency responders 

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  • January 12, 2022

    Wheelchair Parking Bill

    General session starts up next week on January 18th! Today we are looking at one lawmaker who wants to require a portion of handicapped parking spots to be designated for those who use wheelchairs only.

    Jeff Stenquist, Utah State 

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  • January 12, 2022

    Antibody Calculator

    Dave tested positive for Covid and was denied COVID monoclonal antibody treatment after taking a risk assessment test. There was an odd question that has Dave and Debbie1scratching our heads. The question was… Are you Hispanic or Latino?

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  • January 12, 2022

    Antibody Calculator cont.

    Dave tested positive for Covid and was denied COVID monoclonal antibody treatment after taking a risk assessment test. There was an odd question that has Dave and Debbie1scratching our heads. The question was… Are you Hispanic or Latino?

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  • January 12, 2022

    Test to Stay Refresh

    East, Bingham, Copper Hills, Herriman, Highland... all in the red zone and in test to stay mode and Mountain Ridge, Riverton, Skyline. That's just SLCO. When do they test to stay -- when schools with 2% or more test positive -- East has as of now 118 cases/2007 students

    Copper Hills 206/2921. 

    Communications Spokesperson with Salt Lake City School District,  Yandary Chatwin

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  • January 12, 2022

    How is Inflation hitting you?

    Inflation has hit rates of 7% which hasn't been seen since 1982. What's causing the price hikes and what's being done to combat the rise?

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  • January 12, 2022

    Home Improvement Show Pulled

    How many of us would like to be on a reality show. Some who were involved with the new show, Home Work, they were left high and dry when their renovations were incomplete or incorrect

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  • January 12, 2022

    Magnolia Network

    There was a new show set to air soon on the Magnolia network but has since been canceled after accusations of unfinished and incorrect renovations.

    Cindy St. Clair producer from KSL TV guest

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  • January 11, 2022

    I-80 has Moose on the Loose

    Due to a group of moose all lanes going both ways were completely stopped on Saturday and then again on Sunday.

    The DWR first got reports of two bull moose in a median on I-80 near the Little Dell Reservoir exit Saturday afternoon. DWR officers tried to herd them out using a ramp that day but didn’t succeed.Other moose have been spotted on University of Utah Campus -- University of Utah Barstool Video. Faith Heaton Jolly with Division of Wildlife Resources calls in to explain what is being done to maintain the group of moose. 

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  • January 11, 2022

    University of Utah Testing Vending Machines

    Going back to school? But need a test as a student and want to avoid those long lines we have talked about all morning? The University of Utah has implemented an interesting new self serve strategy!

    Cameron Wright, Program Manager, University of Utah Campus COVID-19 Testing 

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  • January 11, 2022

    A check on testing lines

    D2 asks for callers to share their testing experience. 

    Dave and Debbie also discuss yet another debate of Rand Paul and Dr. Fauci. 

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  • January 11, 2022

    New York and Prosecutin Low Level Crimes

    Day 1 for the new top prosecutor in Manhattan, NY had him on the defense. He’s justifying his push to reform to go easy on some criminals & focus more on gun crimes. What does this look like in Utah? 

    Troy Rawlings, Davis County Attorney 

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  • January 11, 2022

    Representative Chris Stewart on NATO - Russia Negotiations

    The Russians have put nearly 100K troops on the border of Ukraine. They’ve been there for over a month. What’s going to happen if Russia invades Ukraine? Representative Chris Stewart calls in to share his concerns. 

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  • January 11, 2022

    Long Testing lines

    here's the leadership on the testing mess? Gov press statement yesterday, flat liner for me. 50,000 new cases in less than a week, 2 children have died in the last week.  Massive wait times for testing 8 hours long. Kelli Pierce, KSL Newsradio Producer calls in to explain her experience waiting in a testing line yesterday.

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  • January 11, 2022

    Lil Wendover Busted at Roy Gas Station

    An alleged gas station gambling operation in Roy is no longer running after state agents and Roy police officers raided the business Monday, seizing nearly two dozen machines, along with all the cash inside. Richard Piatt, UT Attorney Generals Office Spokesperson calls in to discuss this growing problem in the state. 

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  • January 11, 2022

    Liberal Society but Republican Voting

    A new study is stating that Americans are much more liberal than they were 50 years ago... but here's the kicker -- though there are more liberal ideas, more people still go for Republicans on the ballot.

    This is according to researchers at New York University.Jason Perry with the Hinckley Institute of Utah calls in with analysis. 

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  • January 10, 2022

    Remembering Bob Sagat

    Over the weekend actor and stand-up comedian, Bob Saget passed away in Florida. Dave and Debbie go over the details and remember him from his time in the show Full House and America’s Funniest Home Videos.

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  • January 10, 2022

    Moab Wingsuit

    A 55-year-old man died BASE jumping in southern Utah. BASE jumping is one of the most dangerous sports in the world. The NIH did some research on this and found BASE jumping 5 to 8 times more dangerous than skydiving.

    CALLS: What's the most dangerous thing you've done?

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  • January 10, 2022

    Where did the emails come from

    Dave and Debbie revisit the latest information on mask mandates and take a look into where the mass messages could have come from regarding the exemptions 

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  • January 10, 2022

    Child Tax Credit

    The child tax credit was temporarily made available even to families that don’t normally earn enough to qualify, with no work requirement. They just had to file a tax return. The amount was also increased to $3,600 a year for children under 6 and $3,000 for those 6 to 17. Unless they opted to receive a lump sum, families received monthly payments between July and December.

    Lois Collins, Deseret News 

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  • January 10, 2022

    Confusion Over Quarantine

    Dave and Debbie will go over how long a person needs to be isolated if they catch Covid. CDC says only 5 days if you’ve been vaccinated, but is it? Or should people isolate themselves for 10 days?

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  • January 10, 2022

    No Lawn Bill

    One bill we spoke about last week would put a ban on government & Home Owners Associations from forcing homeowners to plant turf.

    Raymond Ward, Utah State Representative 

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  • January 10, 2022

    Intermountain Addresses Spike in Cases

    Following Weekend of Expected Spike in COVID Cases and After Last Week’s Record Number of News Cases, Intermountain Healthcare Physicians to Hold Media Update on Monday at 10 am. 

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  • January 10, 2022

    SLCO Mask Mandate

    Omicron is spreading like wildfire! We're anxiously awaiting the case count from the weekend. In the last 3 days of work week 25,629 Utah cases -- 3,592 of them -- school aged kids! Dr. Angela Dunn announced the mandate

     

    Dave and Debbie asked guest Winder-Newton -- do anti-maskers have any hope of getting Dr. Angela Dunn's 30 day mask mandate overturned. And are their attempts to flip it on it's head backfiring?  

    Aimee Winder Newton/Salt Lake County Council

     

    A group called Utah Parents United is pushing parents to opt out of the mask mandate. They put a form letter for schools on their website --  just sign that your kid has a medical condition, mental health condition, or intellectual or developmental disability and the school can't require a mask.  

    Nichole Mason, Utah Parents United 

     

    Kids heading back to school this morning - with a new mask mandate in order - what will districts do if kids don't comply? And how will exemptions be handled? 

    Jeff Haney, Canyons School District 

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  • January 7, 2022

    The Computer Electronics Show

    Every year the biggest names in technology are invited to the Consumer Electronics Show, There, they gather and show where we are headed in terms of advancement in everyday tech use. This year we’ve seen everything from a self-driving tractor to a color-changing car.

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  • January 7, 2022

    Jan 6 Commission

    A joint committee on the insurrection was put into place about seven months after the fact. What progress are they making? And what is their end goal? They have made over 700 arrests even as the Trump administration still tries to defy their orders. Whether or not they have the ability to hold people in contempt has still to be determined.

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  • January 7, 2022

    Turf wars

    How much power does the government have? What about your HOA? Can they really demand you plant real grass compared to turf? What does it mean when we are so heavily policed that we can’t decide what goes on our lawn, on the land we own. What's next? The color of paint I use? How about how high my picture is on my wall?

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  • January 7, 2022

    Attack on democracy

    We call Blake Moore, former diplomat and current Congressional representative from the state of Utah to discuss what he went through last year during the attack on American democracy. Has he noticed a change in security? Or do some of the problems still exist? We'll also play some troubling sound bites from Senator Romney on what he experienced on that day.

     

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  • January 7, 2022

    Capitol security

    Was Capitol security an oversight a year ago? How can we make sure something like this not only doesn’t happen again but can’t happen again. Brad Garrett ABC News crime and terrorism analyst speaks with us about security in Washington D.C.

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  • January 7, 2022

    Covid At-Home test

    When news broke that at-home covid tests were going to be available, we discussed what that might look like. Firstly, we thought they should be cheap, if not free; and secondly, we thought they should make COVID test lines a little less messy. Neither of those happened. Not only are the covid test roughly 30 dollars each but finding one is near impossible. We hear from Tom Hudahcko from the Utah Health Department on what he thinks should be done.

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  • January 7, 2022

    January 6 2021

    With an overwhelming theme of blame going towards former president Trump, current President Joe Biden gave a speech on the insurrection at the capitol building one year ago today. Ines De La Cuetara ABC news Correspondent calls in to discuss President Bidens address to the nation. We also have KSL NewsRadio host Boyd Matheson to talk about what's happening on the political side of this.

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  • January 4, 2022

    Social media and kids - what's a good mix?

    Some school officials in Utah want kids to stop using social media entirely. As we stare into our screens throughout the day, have we forgotten that our kids are doing it too? How does all of this staring impact their lives? Ben Horsley from Granite School District joined the discussion.  

    Then we spoke with psychiatrist and trauma expert, Dr. Hans Watson about how parents can analyze and control their kids' social media exposures.

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  • January 4, 2022

    Retirement Savings

    During this time of resolutions and goals, D2 discusses what most of us should be looking forward to and how monetary preparedness can protect us in the future. Since we look to better ourselves during the New Year, they discuss what we should be doing to assure a monetarily safe and happy retirement.

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  • January 4, 2022

    Utah Sen. Mike Lee on the filibuster

    Inside Sources host Boyd Matheson joins Dave and Dujanovic at the top of the 11 o’clock hour to discuss the new vote to remove the filibuster. Will it pass? And what are the benefits and losses of removing the filibuster?

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  • January 4, 2022

    Divorced W/ Children

    When parents separate it affects children most. So, is Kanye West onto something by moving right across the street from his separated partner Kim Kardashian? Dr. Warren Ferrel says that living closer than 20 mins away may be the most successful way to raise children while divorced. Will Kanye be the best celeb father out there?

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  • January 4, 2022

    Drunk Driving Devices

    In this segment D2 takes on 3Ds -- Drunks, Driving, And Devices. DUI’s are a very serious problem throughout the United States and new laws may soon help to protect us from others who are unfit to be on the road. Devices may be fitted to cars to smell or see whether or not you are fit to drive. And they may be here sooner than we think.  UHP spokesman Major Jef Nigbur joins the program with insight.

     

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  • January 4, 2022

    Surprising Medical Bills

    A new federal initiative, the “No Surprises Act,” will enter the lives of Americans soon. Taking effect this year, this federal act will protect against surprising "after-the-fact" bills related to any medical procedure. It prohibits doctors, hospitals, and other covered providers from billing patients more than the in-network cost-sharing amount.

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  • January 4, 2022

    Silicon Valley’s Newest Fraud

    Elizabeth Holmes was known as silicon valley's sweetheart and touted as the next Steve Jobs. But a Wall Street Journal investigation brought down the company and the founder with multiple accounts of wire fraud. ABC News Legal Analyst Royal Oakes joined the show with insight.

     

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  • January 4, 2022

    Colorado Winter Wildfires

    The Marshall fire in colorado raged across portions of the state destroying and damaging over 1,000 homes. It also sent KSL families running for their lives across fields. KSL TVs Dan Spindle joins to talk about his brother in the area.

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  • January 4, 2022

    School bus Driver Shortage 🚌

    Dave and Debbie began the show by speaking with KSl NewsRadio senior reporter Paul Nelson about the bus driver shortage in Jordan School District. 

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  • December 28, 2021

    Will The Rose Bowl Be Cancelled?

    With omicron raging, will the University of Utah's big chance be cancelled? Several of the bowl games have already been canned due to players being sick, but at what point does something this big get called off?

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  • December 28, 2021

    Outdated Words

    Do you remember the slang you used to use? It is so often we can't understand what a teenager is saying due to the words they use. Weren't we the same? Was something cool? or was it awesome. Was someone good looking? or were they FLY. Today we discuss the language we used to use and the barrier between generations. 

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  • December 28, 2021

    Robot Workforce

    It’s already here, the new workforce of robots hitting the floors of our favorite stores. From Sam’s club, to Adidas. Your favorite store may be replacing jobs with robots soon. 

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  • December 28, 2021

    Airline Lobbying

    The CDC is shortening the suggested quarantine time after Covid, last week airlines pleaded the CDC loosen restriction and it seems they heard them. Dr. Fauci says that this “Was a good idea.” 

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  • December 28, 2021

    Mortgage Fraud Utah Mom

    Today on D2 we invite Portia Louder, to discuss her new book; “Live Louder: a compassionate journey through federal prison.” 

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  • December 28, 2021

    Housing Bubble

    D2 discusses the housing situation that has developed in Utah, and why someone couldn’t buy the same house they could 5 years ago. Debbie explains why we are not in a housing bubble like we were in 2008.

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  • December 28, 2021

    Landlord Rights

    KSL NewsRadio Reporter Jacob Rueda takes us into an apartment where an alleged attack on tenants happened. We discuss the rights a landlord and a tenant have when signing into a contract.

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  • December 28, 2021

    Emergency Alert System

    Mike Wessler, Meteorologist at the National Weather Service talked with D2 about the alert the national weather service sends out. We discuss the who, what, and why of the emergency alerts. Listeners call in if they like the Emergency Alert System.

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  • December 28, 2021

    I-15 Lights Post Down

    On Monday, a light post on I-15 fell down, UDOT was forced to shut down I-15 for a couple of hours to fix a few lights. Geoff Dupaix with the UDOT Strategic Communications Manager came on to discuss issues with the lamp post in Lehi. 

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  • December 28, 2021

    Traffic Throughout Utah

    Due to the crazy weather throughout Utah on the last day there have been many threatening situations on the roads. A snow squall had everyone driving slow this morning on the commute due to icy conditions.

    KSL’s Traffic Reporter Heather Kelli and Meteorologist Grant Weyman joins the show to talk traffic and weather.

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  • December 28, 2021

    Colorado Truck Driver Update

    In the case of the Colorado Truck driver accused of killing 4 people after a traffic accident, the judge has allowed the family members of the victims to be allowed to speak on the case. We will give you the latest on the case.

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  • December 28, 2021

    Christmas Spending

    Even though inflation is at an all time high, Americans have spent 11 percent more this holiday season compared to 2019 according to a report by Mastercard. Are we overspending?

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  • December 28, 2021

    Ranked Choice Voting

    According to a new poll, 86% of voters in cities and towns that used ranked choice voting were either satisfied or very satisfied with the voting method. Utah held many elections for the first time using RCV, will this method be applied for more elections in the future? Utah State Senator Dan McCay joins the show to discuss what happens next.

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  • December 28, 2021

    Killer Drones

    Just like the movie terminator, should a series of algorithms be given the power to kill someone. D2 discusses “SlaughterBots” and the ethical questions burning through. 

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  • December 28, 2021

    Worst Year Of Your Life

    With most people saying that this year was the worst year of their life, D2 discusses the new poll taken amongst 1,000 people throughout the United states, talking about how tough this last year has been. Between working at home and taking care of children who are unable to attend school, it is a mutual feeling that this has been a no good, terrible, very bad year. 

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  • December 28, 2021

    Utah Gas Station Explosion

    Today a driver at a gas station forgot the hose was still connected to his car, when he pulled away from the gas pump it created a fire and explosion. KSL NewsRadio Reporter Jacob Rueda joined us to give us the latest details.

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  • December 28, 2021

    Priced Out of Buying Homes

    A mere 5 years ago you could buy most homes at half the cost of what they are selling now. With stories being told of Utah becoming the new California with outrageous housing costs we dive deep into the new inflation in the Utah housing market. We also talk about the cheaper places to live in the USA.

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  • December 28, 2021

    Flightmare Continues

    With thousands of flights being canceled throughout the world, today on D2 we focused on the national issue we’re having with flights being delayed and canceled due to the new omicron variant of coronavirus, mixed well with the winter storm hitting the northern United States. 

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  • December 16, 2021

    Operation Give Back

    Ever been pulled over by a police officer who handed you cash instead of a ticket.  If so -- you're probably a victim of Operation Give Back, a special event organized by the Investigations Division of the Utah Attorney General's office every Christmas season. Richard Piatt with the Attorney General's office to discuss what this is. 

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  • December 16, 2021

    Urban Meyers Fired

    Former University of Utah Head Coach Urban Meyer has been fired by the Jacksonville Jaguars before his first season with the club has ended.

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  • December 16, 2021

    Finding Homes for Refugees

    A Murray family responded to the call for help by the Catholic Community Services. Eric and his family donate a home for Afghan refugees.

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  • December 16, 2021

    What can be done to help Homelessness in Utah?

    Pamela Atkinson Advisor to the Governor, Serves on the State Homeless Coordinating Committee calls in to discuss the states efforts towards homelessness and how we can help as individuals 

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  • December 16, 2021

    Sticking to a holiday budget

    A new WalletHub survey says 1 in 4 Americans are foregoing holiday gifts this year, Jill Gonzalez a Wallethub Analyst helps us dive into the study.

    10:50 How can we make sure we don’t overspend this holiday season? Shane Stewart, Certified Financial Planner helps us become more financially responsible.

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  • December 16, 2021

    The Last Child Tax Credit

    We may have received our last child tax credit if the credits don't get extended through congress, about 36 million families in the US received a monthly check on the 15th of each month. Boyd Matheson joins the show about what this check represents, it’s not a stimulus, it's a child tax credit.

    10:20 How does this tax credit impact families? Susan Spiers, CEO of Utah Association of CPA's helps us answer that question.

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  • December 16, 2021

    Utah Homelessness in Winter

    As another winter storm brews in, a photo of a homeless person freezing in the snow surfaced last night. What is happening with homelessness in the winter? Dave Kelly with the Pioneer Park Coalition Chair discusses the issue around Salt Lake City.

    9:35 Shakira Carmona is the women who took the picture and called for help, she joins the show to discuss her experience.

    9:50 What is being done to help and what can we do to help? Andrew Johnston, Director of Homeless Policy and Outreach SLC joins the show to talk about how we can help.

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  • December 16, 2021

    Winter Storm Round 2

    Winter Storm Round 2 will start today, KSL Weatherman Grant Weyman joins the show on what we should expect.

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  • December 16, 2021

    Future Weather Storms

    The storm might have cleared for today, but another bigger storm is heading our way. 

    KSL Weatherman Kevin Eubank gives us the details.

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  • December 16, 2021

    Dave worked from home, can you?

    Thanks to the snowstorm we had last night Dave stayed and is doing the show from home D2 takes a look at how many people stayed home and how often this can now happen. 

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  • December 16, 2021

    Debt Ceiling

    The Debt Ceiling has passed in the House, Congress just sent a bill to President Biden’s desk to raise the debt ceiling by $2.5T, Boyd Matheson reminds us what the debt ceiling is and how we can fix overspending.

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  • December 16, 2021

    Poison Control

    Sherrie Pace UT Poison Control tells Dave and Debbie things to watch out for during the holidays.

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  • December 16, 2021

    Stuck in the driveway?

    With heavy snowfall, snowplows can sometimes leave us stuck in our driveways. We will give you some tips on how to clear the snow for the snowplows.

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  • December 16, 2021

    Avalanches

    With all this new fresh snow in our mountains, many areas of Utah are at higher risk of avalanches, Craig Gordan with the Utah Avalanche Center gives the details on the risk in our mountains.

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  • December 16, 2021

    Latest on Utah Weather

    KSL’s Grant Weyman and John Gleason call in for the latest update on Utah’s weather.

    KSL’s Nick Wyatt calls in on road conditions in Utah, UHP SGT. Roden updates us on road accidents and what to do if we are stuck in the snow.

    Due to the overnight storm many school are closed or are doing remote learning. Canyons District Jeff Haney calls in on the decision to go online for many schools.

    The weather is affecting hundreds of flights, Nancy Volmer spokesperson for the SLC International Airport calls in to update us on the flight cancellations and delays.

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  • December 14, 2021

    Kim Kardashian Baby Bar Exam

    A big-time reality TV star is on her way to being a lawyer, is it hard to pass the exam?

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  • December 14, 2021

    Kidnapping charges from weekend Amber Alert

    There has been a lot of discussion on changing the requirements for the Amber Alert system in Utah, including statements by Utah Senator Todd Weiler. There is a new development on the Kidnapping case over the weekend, we will give you the details of the case.

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  • December 14, 2021

    Will Mark Meadows be charged with contempt?

    Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows may be charged with contempt over his refusal to cooperate with the January 6. Boyd Matheson joins the show to discuss what it all means. Congresswoman Liz Cheney read texts Mark Meadows received on January 6, we take a listen on what politicians and news personalities had to say.

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  • December 14, 2021

    Kentucky Candle Factory Worker update

    We are learning new information about the candle factory workers in Kentucky after the vicious tornado struck. Were some scared to leave at the risk of losing their job?

    Becky Bruce, KSL Newsradio News Director shares her perspective from Kentucky 

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  • December 14, 2021

    Refugee Reality

    More than 400 evacuees from Afghanistan have arrived in Utah since the Taliban take-over. The state is expecting that number to double by February. We will go in depth on our special coverage of refugee reality, as refugees are brought in, many gaps still need to be filled to meet the demand with Andrea Smaldon from KSL Podcast.

    Aden Batar with Catholic Community Services discusses what they need to help the incoming refugees and how can Utah’s help.

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  • December 14, 2021

    Beijing Olympic Boycott

    Representative Chris Stewart is fed up with China, and is calling for a full boycott of the 2022 Olympics in Beijing. Marathon Runner Jared Ward joins the show to discuss what it takes to become an Olympic athlete, and what it would mean to them to miss out on the Olympics.

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  • December 14, 2021

    Threats in Schools

    Yesterday 8 schools in Utah shutdown amid threats, West High had a photo of a gun in one of their bathrooms. KSL TV’s Morgan Wolfe joins the show to give us an update on what happened yesterday.

    Defense Attorney Greg Skordas joins the show to talk about how police approach reported threats in schools, and what charges can be given to teens. 

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