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Why 13 Reasons Why may be important

5/24/2018
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The CDC reports that in Utah 42, 10 to 17-year-olds died from suicide last year. The legislature is putting millions of dollars toward hotlines and outreach teams. Tonight, Herriman City Hall is hosting a community discussion about suicide from 6 until 8:30 pm. Herriman High has had 5 deaths by suicide this year. Brianna Bodily talked with Child Psychiatrist Dr. Doug Grey about warning signs parents can look for. Debbie found the most interesting part of Brianna's interview was Dr. Grey's...

Duration:00:04:22

Interviewing Lucky Severson Part 2

5/24/2018
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A legendary journalist from Utah joins Dave and Debbie in studio. Lucky Severson is publishing his memoir and he came to discuss some of his most noteworthy assignments including the chilling interview he conducted with Ted Bundy, and time he spent in North Korea. Dave wonders why we're so fascinated with serial killers. We take the most terrifying individuals alive and we want to know all we can about them. Debbie still shudders when she hears the name Ted Bundy. Dave and Dujanovic is...

Duration:00:13:03

Interviewing Lucky Severson Part 1

5/24/2018
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A legendary journalist from Utah joins Dave and Debbie in studio. Lucky Severson is publishing his memoir and he came to discuss some of his most noteworthy assignments including the chilling interview he conducted with Ted Bundy, and time he spent in North Korea. Dave wonders why we're so fascinated with serial killers. We take the most terrifying individuals alive and we want to know all we can about them. Debbie still shudders when she hears the name Ted Bundy. Dave and Dujanovic is...

Duration:00:07:58

Since when did parents need an explanation of exercise?

5/24/2018
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New recommendations say that your child should be exercising for 60 minutes or more each day. Much of the recommended exercise is aerobic like bike-riding, skateboarding, and running. In fact, the NFL has launched an initiative called Play60, which promotes guidelines by the CDC for kids to exercise an hour each day. Debbie's take: Since when do parents need an explanation of exercise for their kids? Back in our day, we were just told to go outside and play. Now we the American family has...

Duration:00:12:01

Hidden Vacation Gems in Utah

5/23/2018
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Thanks for listening to the Dave and Dujanovic Show #D2KSL Hosts Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic are joined by the host of KSL Outdoors, Adam Eakle to list some of the best places you may not have heard of visiting in the state of Utah. Great fishing, camping, hiking and more may not have to be as crowded or expensive as you thought.

Duration:00:16:01

Tips to Enjoy Utah's State Parks

5/23/2018
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State parks in Utah are an attractive option for Utahns looking for a cheaper vacation. But is it really that much cheaper? We spoke to Eugene Swalberg, Public Affairs Coordinator for Utah State Parks, and he gave us some tips on how to travel cheaply in Utah.

Duration:00:10:55

How You Can Afford A Vacation

5/23/2018
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Disney World Ads make you feel like that dream vacation is just a road trip away. Except for most Americans, that's just a fantasy. A new survey, conducted in May, said 43 percent of Americans won’t be taking a summer vacation. Half of those survey blamed the cost. Forty-one percent of those surveyed who work full or part-time said they do not get any paid time off from their employers to use for vacation.

Duration:00:12:55

How You Can Achieve an Athletic Scholarship

5/23/2018
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It seems like every parent at the ball field expects their kid to go pro. But how many young athletes even earn scholarships to compete in college? NCAA data tells us that only about 2% of high school athletes are awarded scholarships to NCAA colleges every year--and the average scholarship is less than $11,000. Also, playing college sports is a full-time endeavor: According to a NCAA survey last year, playing football required 43.3 hours per week; college baseball, 42.1 hours; men's...

Duration:00:06:03

Do You Over-Train Your Kid?

5/23/2018
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These days it seems like every young athlete that shows any promise at all is thrust into a year-round series of specialty coaches and trainers just to keep up with their competition. We talked to one of these trainers, former BYU football player Jordan Pendleton, and he warns that this may not be the best practice.

Duration:00:11:56

Why No One Wants to Coach

5/23/2018
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The number one worst job in the world is President of the United States... number two is volunteer softball coach. Coaching rec league sports is costly, time-consuming, and downright difficult. Toxic parents make matters worse. An article in the Seattle Times talks about high school coaches seeing a similar issue, with parents going so far as to sue over playing time.

Duration:00:09:13

Don't Be THAT Parent

5/23/2018
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Have you seen a toxic parent or even coach at your children's ball games? Most parents probably have. You might even be one. Dave and Debbie share their stories about toxic parenting on the field.

Duration:00:11:50

Starbucks Overreacts

5/22/2018
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Starbucks has a new policy--no purchase necessary to stay in the store. You can loiter. This new 'anyone is a customer' policy comes a few weeks after two black men were arrested in a Philadephia Starbucks for trespassing. Some argue it's a bad business model.

Duration:00:04:25

Are Tiny Houses Your Residency Solution?

5/22/2018
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Affordable housing seems like a perennial topic on this show, and that's because the problem isn't going away. While lawmakers and business owners continue to search for solutions to this problem, one that we may want to consider as a community is Tiny Houses also known as Accessory Dwelling Units or ADUs. We interviewed Kevin Polk, the Executive Director of the American Tiny House Association. He has spent years trying to solve the housing crisis not just in Los Angeles where he is based,...

Duration:00:10:33

Are Both Parties in Trouble?

5/22/2018
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In the U.S. Senate race at the Democratic Convention, Jenny Wilson captured 81% of the delegate vote, soundly beating the other candidates including Larry Livingston to win the Democratic Party nomination to run against Mitt Romney. Larry Livingston was openly critical of the delegations insistence on running what he referred to as a radical leftist agenda. We talked to him about it.

Duration:00:08:21

How to get your kids to actually text back

5/21/2018
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Teens are glued to their phones these days. So why does it take so long for your kids to reply to your texts or calls? A new app called ReplyASAP is hoping to solve the problem. It's android only right now. Here’s how it works: When you send a message to someone using ReplyASAP, it sounds an alarm on their phone even if the phone is on silent. The message appears over whatever else they’re doing on the phone, and the alarm continues until the message is acknowledged. Dave and Dujanovic...

Duration:00:06:48

Sports betting: The players’ perspective

5/21/2018
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Last week the Supreme court ruled that states should be allowed to legalize sports gambling, effectively abolishing the federal ban. Now that the door is open, many states can't wait to take advantage of the additional revenue opportunities. An estimated $150 Billion is spent on illegal sports gambling annually. But with so many other states jumping in, could Utah stop the spread of gambling into the state if we wanted to? Rep. Paul Ray is joining us to talk about enforcement now that the...

Duration:00:10:14

What would sports betting mean for you and your kids?

5/21/2018
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Last week the Supreme court ruled that states should be allowed to legalize sports gambling, effectively abolishing the federal ban. Now that the door is open, many states can't wait to take advantage of the additional revenue opportunities. An estimated $150 Billion is spent on illegal sports gambling annually. But with so many other states jumping in, could Utah stop the spread of gambling into the state if we wanted to? Rep. Paul Ray is joining us to talk about enforcement now that the...

Duration:00:09:23

Should Utah legalize sports betting?

5/21/2018
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Last week the Supreme court ruled that states should be allowed to legalize sports gambling, effectively abolishing the federal ban. Now that the door is open, many states can't wait to take advantage of the additional revenue opportunities. An estimated $150 Billion is spent on illegal sports gambling annually. But with so many other states jumping in, could Utah stop the spread of gambling into the state if we wanted to? Rep. Paul Ray is joining us to talk about enforcement now that the...

Duration:00:13:04

Kids are Getting More Busy and Having Less Time to Play

5/18/2018
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Kids these days have a lot on their plates. Their lives are increasingly busy, and they have less and less time to just play and be a kid. Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic share their perspective and details on their upcoming show, "Dave and Dujanovic."

Duration:00:03:27

Cost of Living: Tips from Intermountain Healthcare

5/16/2018
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For this week’s edition of our Cost of Living special, we cover healthcare. Rising healthcare costs are placing families in a bind. For some, healthcare costs dominate expenses paid each month. For one family in particular, the cost of a medical procedure for their daughter nearly pushed them to the point of divorce. They considered splitting up to qualify for medicaid, which would have covered the cost of the procedure. Also, prescription drug costs remain a significant hurdle to...

Duration:00:19:20

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