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Dave and Dujanovic
Daily+
 
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.
 
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Masters of Money
Weekly
 
Since I started participating in the conversation about money, this stuff happened: I've paid off student loans and car loans, saved up an emergency fund, maxed out my retirement accounts, saved up for two down payments for homes, and left my corporate career to start two businesses. I want you to have the same results that I have had. That means you need to start getting in on the conversation. To make it easy, I want to bring more conversations about money to you. So here's what I'm doing. ...
 
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Cold's Dave Cawley talks about Josh Powell's police interview on the day after Susan Powell disappeared.
 
The Salt Lake City Council unanimously voted to give themselves a $10,000 raise.
 
Sen. Mike Lee talks about Orrin Hatch's 40 years of service and the pending government shutdown.
 
President Trump is threatening a government shutdown if Democrats don't approve his request for a $5 million border wall.
 
As harsh winter conditions hit Salt Lake City, Andy Farnsworth shares his safe driving tips.
 
Orrin Hatch makes his retirement speech after 40 years of service in the Senate.
 
Park City has the third worst median credit card debt in the country, according to a WalletHub study.
 
Disneyland isn't the happiest place on earth, Dave says.
 
Salt Lake City isn't sure the $100 million they've invested into combating homelessness have had any effect, according to a new audit.
 
Time's "Person of the Year" is four journalists who helped helped expose “the manipulation and the abuse of truth” around the world.
 
Sen. Orrin Hatch, the longest-serving Senate Republican, is retiring. Kirk Jowers talks about his legacy.
 
Utah Jazz Dancers are underpaid and pushed into eating disorders, according to a Yahoo! Lifestyle report.
 
A mom cancelled her baby shower because people wouldn't stop making fun of her son's first name: Squire Sebastian Senator.
 
A school district in Rhode Island is taking parents to collections for not paying for their kids' lunches.
 
How worried should we be about Salt Lake City's air quality? Dave & Debbie differ.
 
Movie Pass introduces a three-tiered pricing structure to try to bring customers back.
 
The Ben McAdams / Mia Love race cost $11 million. Dave & Dujanovic say it's time for campaign finance reform?
 
Can my workplace fire me for using medical marijuana? Deseret News's Jasen Lee explains.
 
Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt is under fire after a series of videos appear to show him getting violent.
 
Speaker Greg Hughes explains why he sponsored the compromise bill to replace Proposition 2.
 
There oughta be a law! Lawmaker Dan McCay takes your suggestions for new bills.
 
Is it time to get rid of that creepy old Christmas song "Baby It's Cold Outside"?
 
A New York lawmaker wants police to check social media accounts before gun licenses are issued.
 
Rep. Dan McCay talks about why he voted to replace Prop 2 with the compromise bill.
 
"Baby It's Cold Outside" is being pulled by an Ohio radio station citing #MeToo. Is this censorship or common sense?
 
Utah now has the worst gender wage gap in the U.S.A. Deseret News's Jasen Lee talks about how we can fix it.
 
The average retail credit card has an interest rate of 26%. CreditCards.com's Ted Rossman talks about why they just aren't worth it.
 
Utah saw more than 220 crashes on Sunday alone. Debbie & Todd talk about their Utah driving pet peeves.
 
Political analyst Boyd Matheson talks about today's special session to vote on the medical marijuana compromise bill.
 
Remembering President George H. W. Bush, 41st President of the U.S.A.
 
Kyle Korver re-signs with the Utah Jazz. Dave Noriega couldn't be happier.
 
Debbie Dujanovic remembers her father-in-law, Lou Bertram, former special agent of the FBI.
 
Payless set up a fake store called "Palessi" with the same products at 10X the price - and people fell for it.
 
Inmates in a South Carolina prison blackmailed military men out of more than $560,000.
 
A New Jersey man promises to the fight the government when they demand $2000 a day to keep his household light show going.
 
Boyd Matheson talks about the 2018 American Family Survey and what is shows about our changing world.
 
Women make 49 cents for every dollar made by a man, according to a new report by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research.
 
Dave & Dujanovic discuss the 2018 American Family Survey.
 
Dave Cawley, host of "Cold", talks about the last months in Susan Powell's life before she disappeared.
 
PayPal is to receive $7 million in tax breaks for opening a data center in West Jordan.
 
You are more likely to have your Christmas packages stolen off your porch in Salt Lake City than all but one city in America.
 
A Georgia woman spent three months in prison after police mistakenly test cotton candy in her car as positive for meth.
 
The second suspect involved in Officer Romrell's death has been arrested again, and it seems like he's confessed. But will it hold up in court?
 
A Sky View High School teacher was quickly fired after being charged with murder. But some want to know why she didn’t lose her job over earlier domestic violence charges. Dave and Dujanovic are joined by Alpine School District Assistant to the Superintendent Kimberly Bird who details how the district works with law enforcement agencies when th ...…
 
Dave and Dujanovic are joined by Col. Michael Rapich of the Utah Highway Patrol to discuss concerns over the murder of Officer David Romrell. Concerns have been raised that the man being charged with his murder, Jeffrey Black, had previously committed crimes that should have led to his incarceration. Col. Rapich defended the actions of law enfo ...…
 
Social media is back at it again with a four-gift challenge. The idea behind this is to list four categories of items. --Something they want --Something they need --Something to wear --Something to read Dave and Dujanvoic chat about this new idea of gift giving. Do you participate in these type of things, or stay away?…
 
A Bank of America ATM in Houston, Texas, was giving up $100 bills instead of $20 bills when people were withdrawing cash. The bank said that it was OK for people to keep that money since it was a banking error. Dave and Dujanovic debated if they would take the extra money or give it back to the bank.…
 
Elysium Planitia is only the eighth successful craft to land on Mars, and with that brings a lot of excitement for the potential of humans heading to the red planet. Elon Musk says there is a 70 percent he is going to Mars and the price point could be just a few hundred thousand dollars. Dave and Debbie discuss if they would ever go to Mars if ...…
 
Cyber Monday or Black Friday? Dave & Debbie differ on how to get the best deals.
 
One company is demanding their employees write their own "workplace eulogies" in case they get laid off.
 
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