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Debbie Dujanovic and Dave Noriega

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Dave and Dujanovic

Dave and Dujanovic

Debbie Dujanovic and Dave Noriega

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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.

Latest Episodes

Lagoon packed over the weekend

Is Lagoon just too crowded in the middle of a pandemic? Some park goers that spoke to KSL said so. They went, noticed how busy it was, and said they wanted to see if they could exchange their tickets for a different day. But they were told no. We'll dive into those details, and then get the response from Lagoon management. Are their precautions enough? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

17 min10 h ago
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Lagoon packed over the weekend

Hospitals could soon ration care

In a week or two, Utah's hospitals could begin "rationing care," Utah Hospital Association president Greg Bell told KSL. We'll dive into what the Crisis Standards of Care say about who gets prioritized and who doesn't. Then we talk to Joe Dougherty with the Division of Emergency Management to tell us whether the overflow ICU beds at Mountain America Expo Center will help. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

16 min10 h ago
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Hospitals could soon ration care

7 days to election week

We're on track for reaching the largest voter turnout since 1908. What does it mean and what are our voting choices going forward? Then, is it true that there are droves of new Republicans? The host of KSL Newsradio's Live Mic with Lee Lonsberry weighs in. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

7 min11 h ago
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7 days to election week

Coronavirus and Classrooms: Are schools safer than previously thought?

A new report shows schools might be safer during the pandemic than previously thought. KSL Newsradio reporter Mary Richards has been reporting on it -- she'll join us to discuss. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

9 min11 h ago
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Coronavirus and Classrooms: Are schools safer than previously thought?

SCOTUS Vote

If you didn't do your 3 am check of Senate floor proceedings, Senate Democrats have been on the Senate Floor all night long, they say in protest of a vote later this evening to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. One of Utah's senators just spoke on the Senate Floor -- we'll hear from him. Also, former Judge Paul Cassell joins us to tell us what cases are in store for ACB should her nomination go through, and whether or not packing the court is realistic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

16 min11 h ago
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SCOTUS Vote

Festival of Trees changes

Festival of Trees will still go on, it'll just be a bit different this year. Katy Welkie, CEO at Primary Children's Hospital joins us to tell us more on that, plus how Primary Children's is handling COVID-19. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

7 min4 d ago
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Festival of Trees changes

Work from home study

A new survey caught our eye. It looked at the impact working from home has on families. Zeroing in just on zoom meetings alone--kids interrupted parents an average of 25 times a week. This is now acceptable, so is it a sign of a new norm for employers and employees? Nate McDonald with DWS joins us to tell us more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

7 min4 d ago
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Work from home study

McCLuskey settlement reached

A major development in the story of Lauren McCluskey this morning, two years to the day that she was murdered. U of U President Ruth Watkins and Lauren's parents will hold a joint press-conference to announce they have reached a settlement agreement. Taking that agreement live. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

21 min4 d ago
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McCLuskey settlement reached

Romney's non-vote makes national news

How often does saying who you DIDN'T vote for make national news? For Sen. Mitt Romney, it's happened twice. Yesterday, Sen. Romney told reporters he had casted his ballot and did not vote for President Trump. So, who did he vote for? His vote in 2016 might give us a hint. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

6 min4 d ago
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Romney's non-vote makes national news

Police Union's take on longer SLCPD response times

We reported yesterday that SLCPD response times have gone from an average of 24 minutes to 50 minutes. That's a long time, but the SLC Police Union (which represents these officers) says it might get longer. Steve Winters, President of the SLC Police Union joins us to tell us why. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

8 min4 d ago
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Police Union's take on longer SLCPD response times

Latest Episodes

Lagoon packed over the weekend

Is Lagoon just too crowded in the middle of a pandemic? Some park goers that spoke to KSL said so. They went, noticed how busy it was, and said they wanted to see if they could exchange their tickets for a different day. But they were told no. We'll dive into those details, and then get the response from Lagoon management. Are their precautions enough? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

17 min10 h ago
Comments
Lagoon packed over the weekend

Hospitals could soon ration care

In a week or two, Utah's hospitals could begin "rationing care," Utah Hospital Association president Greg Bell told KSL. We'll dive into what the Crisis Standards of Care say about who gets prioritized and who doesn't. Then we talk to Joe Dougherty with the Division of Emergency Management to tell us whether the overflow ICU beds at Mountain America Expo Center will help. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

16 min10 h ago
Comments
Hospitals could soon ration care

7 days to election week

We're on track for reaching the largest voter turnout since 1908. What does it mean and what are our voting choices going forward? Then, is it true that there are droves of new Republicans? The host of KSL Newsradio's Live Mic with Lee Lonsberry weighs in. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

7 min11 h ago
Comments
7 days to election week

Coronavirus and Classrooms: Are schools safer than previously thought?

A new report shows schools might be safer during the pandemic than previously thought. KSL Newsradio reporter Mary Richards has been reporting on it -- she'll join us to discuss. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

9 min11 h ago
Comments
Coronavirus and Classrooms: Are schools safer than previously thought?

SCOTUS Vote

If you didn't do your 3 am check of Senate floor proceedings, Senate Democrats have been on the Senate Floor all night long, they say in protest of a vote later this evening to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. One of Utah's senators just spoke on the Senate Floor -- we'll hear from him. Also, former Judge Paul Cassell joins us to tell us what cases are in store for ACB should her nomination go through, and whether or not packing the court is realistic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

16 min11 h ago
Comments
SCOTUS Vote

Festival of Trees changes

Festival of Trees will still go on, it'll just be a bit different this year. Katy Welkie, CEO at Primary Children's Hospital joins us to tell us more on that, plus how Primary Children's is handling COVID-19. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

7 min4 d ago
Comments
Festival of Trees changes

Work from home study

A new survey caught our eye. It looked at the impact working from home has on families. Zeroing in just on zoom meetings alone--kids interrupted parents an average of 25 times a week. This is now acceptable, so is it a sign of a new norm for employers and employees? Nate McDonald with DWS joins us to tell us more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

7 min4 d ago
Comments
Work from home study

McCLuskey settlement reached

A major development in the story of Lauren McCluskey this morning, two years to the day that she was murdered. U of U President Ruth Watkins and Lauren's parents will hold a joint press-conference to announce they have reached a settlement agreement. Taking that agreement live. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

21 min4 d ago
Comments
McCLuskey settlement reached

Romney's non-vote makes national news

How often does saying who you DIDN'T vote for make national news? For Sen. Mitt Romney, it's happened twice. Yesterday, Sen. Romney told reporters he had casted his ballot and did not vote for President Trump. So, who did he vote for? His vote in 2016 might give us a hint. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

6 min4 d ago
Comments
Romney's non-vote makes national news

Police Union's take on longer SLCPD response times

We reported yesterday that SLCPD response times have gone from an average of 24 minutes to 50 minutes. That's a long time, but the SLC Police Union (which represents these officers) says it might get longer. Steve Winters, President of the SLC Police Union joins us to tell us why. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

8 min4 d ago
Comments
Police Union's take on longer SLCPD response times
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