Curt Gresseth

Website: http://www.staging.kslnewsradio.com

Curt Gresseth is a digital content producer with KSL NewsRadio. You can contact him at cgresseth@ksl.com.

Utah bill would limit police access to your cellphone data

A spokesman for a a libertarian think tank in Utah discusses why he supports a bill at the Legislature limiting law enforcement access to the cellphone of a person near a crime scene.
2 months ago

Lagoon spokesman explains big price hike for day pass

Lagoon announces Primordial, a new one-of-a-kind interactive rollercoaster, coming in 2023, but with the new ride comes higher season passes.
2 months ago

Police stay quiet after quadruple homicide in Idaho

A killer is on the loose, police in Moscow, Idaho, are tight-lipped and a community is on edge after four university students were found slain Saturday.
2 months ago

Setting boundaries on a friend or family member’s addiction

Instead of boundaries that look like giving in or cutting off the person with an addiction, one Utah expert suggests seeking middle ground.
2 months ago

Do you know how to spot a bad financial advisor?

Spotting a bad financial advisor is easier if you know which red flags to look for.
2 months ago

SLC voters OK $85 million parks and trails bond. Is it worth higher taxes?

The Utah Tax Payers Association offers insight into the parks and trails bond and breaks down what the money will fund.
2 months ago

Anti-gambling advocate: For banning lottery, Utah wins

Utah hits the biggest jackpot of all the states for banning a state lottery, says anti-gambling advocate.
3 months ago

Lee and McMullin: Separating fact from fiction

Independent Senate candidate Evan McMullin and Sen. Mike Lee's campaign chair respond to KSL NewsRadio's Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic about charges leveled by the other side.
3 months ago

Canceling drag show will cost St. George taxpayers $600,000+

Against the wishes of the mayor and City Council, the city manager green-lit a HBO drag show performance in St. George over the summer. Now the city taxpayers will be paying Adam Lenhard $625,000 to leave his position and not sue St. George for breach of contract.
3 months ago

Is the Great Resignation coming to an end?

Before you quit your job and joins the millions of other workers in the Great Resignation, engage in dialog with your current employer and be honest about your goals and the direction you see your career going, advises Troy Lamb of the Department of Workforce Service.
3 months ago

Owens and challenger debate Jan. 6 attack on US Capitol

Incumbent Rep. Burgess Owens and Democratic challenger Darlene McDonald face off during a debate about the Jan. 6 insurrection.
3 months ago

Sheriff shares her insights into men as victims of domestic violence

More than 1 in 4 men (28.5%) in the U.S. will experience rape, physical violence and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime, according to National Domestic Violence Hotline. Salt Lake County Sheriff talks about training law enforcement officers to recognize their own biases when reporting men as victims of domestic violence.
3 months ago

Fire captain shares advice on escaping an apartment blaze

If the doorknob is hot to the touch of your hand, do not open the door. After a massive structure blaze in Sugar House on Tuesday night, a fire captain shares advice on escaping an apartment fire.
3 months ago

Moderator talks about today’s debate with Owens and Democratic rival

In the 4th Congressional District, Rep. Owens has agreed to a debate on Oct. 28
3 months ago

Tired of carrying a wallet, dad has bank chip implanted in hand

A British man tired of carrying around his wallet had his bank-chip installed in his hand to make purchases more convenient. Is this the way of the future? Dave and Debbie debate.
3 months ago

Utah lawmakers looking to crack down on Airbnb tax cheats

Utah lawmakers are looking for solutions this upcoming legislative session to stop tax cheating on unlicensed short-term rentals like Airbnb.
3 months ago

Flooded-out cars from Hurricane Ian washing up in Utah. Here’s how to avoid buying a soggy lemon.

Shopping for a used car? KSL investigative reporter Matt Gephardt joins the show to tell listeners how to spot vehicles damaged by Hurricane Ian making their way onto Utah car lots.
3 months ago

How to say no to loved ones or friends asking for money

A financial expert shares tips and advice on lending money to family or friends and how to handle the situation when it goes badly.
3 months ago

Utah Senate debate: Republican Incumbent Mike Lee vs. Independent candidate Evan McMullin

The candidates for the U.S. Senate seat in Utah - incumbent Republican Rep. Mike Lee and independent challenger Evan McMullin - will debate Monday evening at Utah Valley University at 6 p.m.
3 months ago

Utah debates: How Utah’s 2nd District candidates compare on issues

The three candidates running for the 2nd Congressional District in Utah debate the issues on Oct. 14 at Southern Utah University.
4 months ago

Utah debates: How Utah’s 4th Congressional District opponents compare on the issues

Ahead of their Oct. 12 debate, here's where candidates for Utah's Fourth Congressional District stand on issues of importance to Utahns.
4 months ago

Utah debates: Here’s how 1st Congressional District candidates Rick Jones (D) and Rep. Blake Moore (R) stand on the issues

KSL NewsRadio will air the First Congressional District debate live on the KSL NewsRadio Facebook page and on KSL NewsRadio 102.7FM 1160 AM.
4 months ago

Utah debates: Here’s how 3rd District candidates stand on the issues (Rep. John Curtis (R) vs. Glenn Wright (D)

Incumbent Republican Rep. John Curtis will debate Democrat challenger Glenn Wright to represent Utah's 3rd Congressional District on Oct. 6.
4 months ago

Former U.S. Attorney for Utah talks about what FBI can take off your cellphone

A legal expert joined Dave and Dujanovic to discuss how the FBI can obtain evidence of a crime from a cellphone.
4 months ago