The Dave & Dujanovic $1,000 Challenge

This article about the $1,000 Challenge is Presented by Zip Mortgage powered by Zions Bank. Visit zionsbank.com. *Loans subject to credit approval; terms and conditions apply. A division of Zions Bancorporation, N.A. Member FDIC.  Equal Housing Lender. NMLS# 467014. What would you do with $1,000? JUST IN: Today, KSL NewsRadio’s Dave & Dujanovic announced they will […]
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8 budget apps that save you money

KSL Newsradio's Dave & Dujanovic have put together a list of the some of the best budget apps that'll get your emergency savings built up.
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Can you take the “No-Spend Wednesday” challenge?

No-Spend Days helped one woman save $18,432 in just six months. Dave & Dujanovic are calling on their listeners to take the "No-Spend Wednesday" challenge.
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Rep. Chris Stewart explains why he opposes Medicare for All

Medicare for All would extend healthcare to every American - but Rep. Chris Stewart's against it for two big, expensive reasons.
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Retail therapy: How to stop spending to make yourself feel better

Most Americans admit to using some type of retail therapy to work through a hard time. Psychologist Matt Woolley shares his tips to break the habit.
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Why is America’s biggest tobacco company trying to increase the legal smoking age to 21?

Four Tobacco to 21 bills were announced last month, but a KSL Newsradio investigation has found evidence linking all but one of them to big tobacco.
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Could you cut up your credit cards and go cash-only?

Could you go cash-only? Here's how Dave Noriega's mother kept from putting a dime on her credit cards -- and how he learned he should have taken her advice.
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What could you cut out to help you save $1,000?

60% of Americans don't have $1,000 in savings, but the average American spends $1,500 a day on non-essential items. What could you cut out of your budget?
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The average American spends $1,500 a month on non-essential items

A latte on the way to work: $3.65. A lunch break at Chipotle Mexican Grill: $7.50. Ordering in pizza when you don’t have the energy to cook: $10. A Netflix subscription to help you wind down: $12.99. They’re all small costs, but if a new study by Ladder can believed, they add up to a […]
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Most Americans don’t have enough in savings to cover a $1,000 emergency expense

60% of Americans don't have $1,000 in emergency savings, a survey says. If things go wrong and you're not ready, the consequences can be drastic.
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How Dave Noriega feeds a family of five on $400 a month

Dave Noriega has an unusually way of keeping his grocery budget tight -- he goes grocery shopping every single day. Here's how it works.
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What would really happen if we forgave every American’s student loan debt?

Americans owe an estimated $1.4 trillion in student loan debt. What would happen if, as Elizabeth Warren's proposed, all of that debt just disappeared?
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More women are outearning their husbands than ever – but we aren’t willing to talk about it

More women are the breadwinners in their families than ever before -- but couples still aren't too happy about admitting it.
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Mysterious LDS Millionaire bachelor looking for love

The billboard might sound like a publicity stunt - but the company behind it promises that the mystery millionaire is serious about using it to find love.
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Romney and Stewart pushing to increase the legal smoking age to 21 nationwide

Sen. Mitt Romney and Rep. Chris Stewart have put forward a bill to increase the legal smoking age to 21-years-old across the United States.
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How safe is your son or daughter’s university?

More students are taking advantage of services to provide courtesy escorts at the University of Utah since Lauren McCluskey's murder. She would have graduated this week.
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Vietnam vet shares the struggles of fighting an unpopular war

Vietnam veteran Stan Taylor didn't see himself as a soldier. He won a purple heart and two bronze stars, but imposter's syndrome kept him feeling like a fraud.
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Baby Bonds: Cory Booker’s plan to give every child up to $2,000 a year

Introducing Baby Bonds - presidential candidate Cory Booker's plan to give up to $2,000 a year to every child in America.
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President Trump meets with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to discuss perceived anti-conservative bias

President Trump brought up his declining follower count in the meeting as an example of Twitter’s alleged anti-conservative bias.
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10% of Americans still don’t use the internet

1 in 10 Americans, according to a new poll, still doesn't use the internet. Who are these people, and why are they still offline?
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Justice for Dingo: Slain K-9’s handler Chad Reyes shares his memories of the police dog killed in the line of duty

"Dingo was coming to me for comfort and help," Lt. Chad Reyes told the court, fighting back tears, "and I couldn't direct my attention to him."
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Utah Highway Patrol troopers answer your questions

Will crying get you out of a speed ticket? How fast can you really go over the speed limit? KSL Newsradio let listeners ask the Utah Highway Patrol anything - and they answered.
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Utah lawmakers react to the Mueller Report

Does the Mueller Report really exonerate the President? Here's what Sen. Mitt Romney, Rep. Chris Stewart, Sen. Mike Lee, and Sen. Todd Weiler have to say.
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Activists campaign for a state-wide carbon tax in Utah

The "Clean the Air Carbon Tax Act" would replace Utah's proposed food sale tax new taxes on pollution, including an extra 10 cent per gallon fuel tax.
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