Dave & Dujanovic

Guests look over items during the opening of Tabitha’s Way Local Food Pantry in American Fork on ...
Mark Jones

Tabitha’s Way: Food pantry lending help to those in need

The co-founders of Tabitha's Way in Utah County joined Dave & Dujanovic on Thursday to discuss how their food pantry works and where they get their food.
1 year ago
debt...
Curt Gresseth

Ticktock: US steps closer to debt default

Robert Spendlove, senior vice president and economic and public policy officer at Zions Bank, joins the show to discuss what would happen if the federal government defaults on its debt.
1 year ago
FILE - Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y., leaves a House GOP conference meeting on Capitol Hill in Washing...
Mark Jones

Legal expert weighs in on the future of Rep. George Santos

KSL Legal Analyst Greg Skordas joined Dave & Dujanovic to discuss the future of New York Rep. George Santos, who was indicted on 13 federal charges on Wednesday.
1 year ago
social media posts...
Devin Oldroyd

What is law enforcement’s role in monitoring social media posts?

An alleged gunman who killed eight in Texas left behind alarming social media posts. should law enforcement have seen this tragedy coming?
1 year ago
Sprinklers water a lawn in Salt Lake City on Friday, May 7, 2021. (Spenser Heaps, Deseret News)...
Curt Gresseth

Are you eligible for a landscape rebate?

Only 35 of Utah’s 329 cities qualify for the landscape rebate, which pays homeowners $3 per square foot to rip out their thirsty lawns. Cynthia Bee of the Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District joins the show to discuss the statewide program.
1 year ago
riverbanks...
Curt Gresseth

Riverbanks are scary unstable now, so stay back, warns safety expert

Jason Curry, director of the Utah Division of Outdoor Recreation, joins the show to talk about how dangerous not only the raging rivers are now but also the banks can be deadly unstable, too.
1 year ago
If you're reading this, chances are you've heard about the No Mow May movement that's been gaining ...
Mark Jones

No Mow May: Harm or help to your yard? An expert weighs in

An online movement called No Mow May is encouraging homeowners to not cut their yard in May. Experts are saying that may not be a good idea.
1 year ago
FILE: Immigrants, some carrying small children, walk to cross through a gap in the U.S.-Mexico bord...
Curt Gresseth

Yuma mayor talks about preparing for migrants massing at border

As President Joe Biden prepares to send 1,500 troops to the southern border, the Republican mayor of Yuma, Arizona, anticipates a surge of migrants moving north as Title 42 comes to an end.
1 year ago
After one of the snowiest winters on record, questions are being raised about why there isn't an ac...
Curt Gresseth

Advocate for homeless says SLC mayor’s budget falls (oh so) short on affordable housing

An advocate for the homeless, Wendy Garvin says Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall's budget of $10 million for affordable housing is woefully insufficient.
1 year ago
File - Credit card logos are displayed on a business's door, Monday, July 5, 2021, in Cambridge, Ma...
Curt Gresseth

How is rising interest rate going to hike my credit card balance?

The Fed for the 10th time is expected to raise the interest rate. Dave and Debbie measure the large financial effect of raising the interest rate on a credit card from 15% to 21%.
1 year ago
mental health...
Curt Gresseth

Utah doctor talks about opening a conversation on men’s mental health

Dr. Richard Ferguson joins the show to talk about men's mental health.
1 year ago
She is a teacher who calls Utah home, but she has a side gig as a world champion arm wrestler. Sara...
Curt Gresseth

Utah high school teacher is also arm-wrestling champ

A Mountain Ridge High School math and special ed teacher is also an arm wrestler. She discusses her journey from beginner to world champion.
1 year ago
A report from Axio says people are spending more money at restaurants than at the grocery store. KS...
Mark Jones

Report: People spending more money at restaurants than at grocery store

KSL NewsRadio's Dave Noriega and Maura Carabello look into a report that says people are spending more money at restaurants that at the grocery store.
1 year ago
This combination of photos shows former President Donald Trump, left, and President Joe Biden, righ...
Mark Jones

What might a presidential rematch look like in 2024?

James Curry, an associate professor at the University of Utah, joined KSL NewsRadio on Wednesday to discuss what a presidential rematch might look like in 2024.
1 year ago
The Alpine School District Board of Education launched a formal study to potentially close schools ...
Curt Gresseth

Parent, district spokesman talk about closing Alpine schools

A parent and a spokesman for the Alpine School District join the show to talk about the possible closure of five schools.
1 year ago
On Saturday, two homes in Draper collapsed and fell into a ravine due to a crumbling, man-made foun...
Devin Oldroyd

The benefits and challenges of building a home on the mountainside

After multiple homes in Draper were swept away in a landslide, many people may be wondering why would anyone build a home on the mountainside.
1 year ago
men's health...
Curt Gresseth

The life expectancy gap between women and men in U.S. is growing

Dr. Richard Ferguson joins the show to talk about why the life expectancy of American boys and men is falling compared to girls and women.
1 year ago
prepared evacuations...
Elizabeth Weiler

How to be better prepared for short and long term evacuations

"It's important to plan ahead, " Wade Mathews from Be Ready Utah said. "But our evacuation steps are going to depend on how much time we have." 
1 year ago
Pine trees in Wasatch-Cache National Forest...
Devin Oldroyd

Wet soil making Utah’s ground too soft for some trees, expert gives guidance

With the Beehive State receiving an abnormal amount of precipitation, our soil is wetter than ever. So wet that some trees can't stay standing.
1 year ago
The debris of two homes in Draper that have reportedly been evacuated for months sits at the bottom...
Curt Gresseth

KSL weather guru talks about trigger behind two Draper homes sliding down cliff

KSL Chief Meteorologist Kevin Eubank joins the show to talk about what triggered the landslide the destroyed two homes in Draper on Saturday.
1 year ago
FILE - Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., leaves a classified briefing on China, at the Capitol in Wa...
Devin Oldroyd

How old is too old to serve in politics?

With many U.S. leaders being well into their senior years, there is a question of how old is too old to serve in politics.
1 year ago
roof avalanche...
Curt Gresseth

Roof avalanche off cabin killed Utah man, but it’s ‘completely preventable,’ says expert

A recent roof avalanche killed a man in Brighton, but an expert in structural engineering said the tragedy was "completely preventable."
1 year ago
What are you willing to sacrifice to own a home?...
Samantha Herrera

What are you willing to sacrifice to own a home?

Most Americans still think owning a home is part of the American Dream. Aspiring homeowners are willing to make some big sacrifices, according to a survey.
1 year ago
A flood advisory remains in place for Emigration Creek, extending from Emigration Canyon down to 13...
Mark Jones

Answers to some of the common questions about flooding

Dave and Dujanovic discuss some common flooding questions with Matt Hansen with Any Hour Services.
1 year ago

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