Curt Gresseth

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Curt Gresseth is a digital content producer with KSL NewsRadio. You can contact him at cgresseth@ksl.com.

Interest rate ticks up. Time to tame your debt.

The chief financial analyst for Bankrate.com joins the show to talk about the rising interest rate and how you can get out from under the debt you have accumulated.
4 days ago

Cost of heating homes in Utah rising as thermometer sinks

The cost of heating a home in Utah is rising because demand has increased and the drought in the West has cut into production.
5 days ago

When it’s this cold, keep your pipes from freezing. Here’s how.

It's so cold outside today that a plumber has joined the show to share tips on keeping your pipes inside and outside your home from freezing.
7 days ago

ChatGPT: Plagiarism super-tool for students or AI brainstorming generator?

Will the future of AI be the interactive chatbot ChatGPT helping cheaters ace exams and tests or a new tool to assist all students in learning?
11 days ago

Banks to launch app to compete with Apple Pay and Venmo

Banks are launching a new app for online money transfers that customers can trust to protect their finances.
12 days ago

Salt Lake Chamber president talks about fixing shortages in housing, labor and water in Utah

Derek Miller, president and CEO of the Salt Lake Chamber, joins the show to discuss three big problems facing Utah today: the housing, labor and water shortages.
13 days ago

Mass shooter’s age – 72 – makes California massacre harder to unravel

A mass shooter, 72, killed 11 people and injured nine in California on Saturday night before killing himself. A former US Attorney for the District of Utah dissects the massacre.
14 days ago

Utah congressman discusses his bill to ban US teens under 16 from using social media

Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, discusses his new bill that would ban American kids younger than 16 from using social media platforms.
18 days ago

Could state senator’s bill prevent next domestic-violence tragedy?

A state senator is proposing a bill that would mandate that all police departments in Utah perform a lethality assessment when responding to domestic violence calls to help prevent a future tragedy.
19 days ago

Mayors in SLC, South Jordan, discuss Bees baseball moving to Daybreak

Mayor Erin Mendenhall has opened a design competition for the future of Smith’s Ballpark site.
20 days ago

FBI warns parents sextortion of children online is rising in Utah

Sextortion of children online is rising in Utah, Idaho and Montana, and the FBI is warning parents and caregivers to be vigilant about their children's activities online.
24 days ago

Teen charged as adult in fatal shooting of girlfriend in Piute County

The 17-year-old boyfriend has been charged as an adult in the fatal shooting Sunday of Jacqueline Nunez-Millan in Piute County, Utah.
24 days ago

COLD podcast host talks about quadruple Idaho murders

Idaho murders are discussed by COLD podcast host Dave Cawley
25 days ago

New treatments, headache school emerging to treat migraine attacks

Migraine headaches affect 37 million Americans. A Utah doctor discusses the new medications and treatments for sufferers. There is even a free, online headache school at the University of Utah.
26 days ago

Would you pay for surgery to be taller? Kaysville mom says her daughter’s happier now.

Would you pay for surgery to be taller? A man in Turkey had two surgeries (about $27,000) that added 5 inches to his 5-foot-2 frame. A Kaysville mother says her daughter is happier after surgery to even out the length of her legs.
27 days ago

Real Housewives of SLC star faces sentencing Friday. Podcast host shares her insights.

Real Housewives star Jen Shah faces sentencing for wire fraud. Emily D. Baker says a prison term of six to 10 years is realistic.
1 month ago

Why is Utah getting walloped with snow this winter?

Utah snowpack statewide is 170% above average. Why is the state receiving so much precipitation this winter. A climatologist explains.
1 month ago

Like Idaho quadruple murder case, Utah police have used forensic genealogy

As was done recently in Idaho, law enforcement in Utah used a DNA technique to track down a suspect in a cold case homicide.
1 month ago

Granite Park Junior High staff member arrested, accused of sex with 14-year-old student

A staff member of Granite Park Junior High School was arrested Tuesday and accused of engaging in unlawful sexual acts with a 14-year-old, school district police said
1 month ago

Should discharged military anti-vaxxers be reinstated with back pay?

Should military members who were discharged for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine mandate be reinstated to the armed forces with back pay? Sen. Mike Lee of Utah says they should, but a Utah veteran says no.
1 month ago

Utah doc shares advice on preventing a holiday heart attack

A Utah physician shares life saving advice on preventing a heart attack during the holidays, which is when there are more heart-related deaths than any other time of year.
2 months ago

Salt Lake City School District audit reports declining enrollment, low capacity

A Salt Lake City School District audit found that the district used just 57% of the available space in its elementary schools.
2 months ago

Happy workers get more done (and teamwork is key), says Utah professor

A Utah State professor joins the show to discuss how happy workers are more productive, and teamwork makes it all achievable.
2 months ago

Utah governor bans TikTok on state-owned devices. Should you delete app?

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox has banned the social media app TikTok from all state-owned devices because of cybersecurity concerns with China's government collecting data from state employees using the app.
2 months ago