Curt Gresseth

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

Preparing and training for school emergencies

A Be Ready Utah expert discusses preparing for school emergencies, the need to have a plan ready and a list of items needed to safely handle disasters when they happen because they do.
4 days ago

Expert gives advice for parents on teens and new Snapchat controls

Parents need to know the dangers that Snapchat can present to young kids. An expert joins the show to discuss Snapchat's new parental controls and how to have an open conversation with a teen using the app and others like Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp.
5 days ago

Subaru Outback outscores other midsize cars in new side-crash test

The 2022 Subaru Outback outscored six other midsize sedans in an updated side-crash test, which more accurately reflects real-world conditions than the previous test.
9 days ago

U. of U. to offer scholarships to Indigenous students in Utah

The University of Utah announced that scholarships will be offered to members of Utah's eight federally recognized tribes. The university president shares details of the program with Dave & Dujanovic.
12 days ago

Living paycheck to paycheck? Saving tips as sound as a dollar.

Are you among the 60% of Americans now living paycheck to paycheck. A certified financial planner shares tips on cutting your money waste.
13 days ago

Utahns agree: Bring the Olympics (and world) back to Utah

Fraser Bullock, who helped bring the Winter Olympics to Utah in 2002, is trying to do it again in either 2030 or 2034. He talks about the competition and what lies ahead for Utah.
14 days ago

Political fallout from 2020 presidential election looking like 1876

SALT LAKE CITY — How was the presidential election of 1876 like 2020’s? Both saw allegations of voter fraud. Both saw attempts to overturn the election results. The result from these elections remain among the most disputed in US history. Both also experienced election violence, and disfranchisement of predominately-Republican Black voters. Texas closes hundreds of polling […]
22 days ago

Extreme heat could make road trips treacherous, here’s an expert’s advice

Do you know what to bring when you take a road trip during extreme heat? One expert has tips if you are taking one in triple-digit temperatures.
26 days ago

Nearly half of Gen Zers prefer TikTok over Google for news

Students like to get their news in bite-size pieces in video formats like TikTok over Google, and if they like what they watch, they may go to find out more at a news website, says a university journalism professor.
27 days ago

Elizabeth Smart teaching girls, women to fight their attackers

Elizabeth Smart discusses her programs to help girls and women defend themselves against sexual assault.
28 days ago

988 suicide hotline rolls out and will save lives in Utah and the US

Like 9-1-1 before it, a national three-digit suicide and mental health hotline is now live and is expected to save lives across the country.
29 days ago

Do you know how to spot heatstroke in Utah’s triple-digit heat?

According to the CDC, of the heat-related illnesses, heat exhaustion and heatstroke are the most serious.
1 month ago

GOP women candidates lost, Utah advocate for female leaders explains how to change that

After Republican women candidates lost in recent primary elections, a Utah advocate for female leadership explains what needs to be done to reverse the losses.
1 month ago

Some tips on preventing sunburn in extreme heat

A professor in dermatology shares his expertise on avoiding sunburn during a summertime heatwave in Utah.
1 month ago

Polarization is behind US mass shootings, says psychiatrist

A psychiatrist discusses why mental health disorders are not the reason behind mass shootings in America but rather polarization of US society is to blame.
1 month ago

Through donations, Ukrainian woman in Idaho seeks to ease suffering of war

The war in Ukraine may have faded from the daily news but a Ukrainian-born woman now in Idaho is dedicated to collecting and sending supplies to meet the needs of suffering Ukrainians.
1 month ago

Be Ready Utah: CPR training (for when someone stops breathing)

A heart attack happens every 40 seconds in the US. KSL 5 TV's Shara Park explains the importance of her CPR training and why everyone should be trained.
2 months ago

Supreme Court widens state power over tribes. What does it mean for Utah?

The director of the Utah Division of Indian Affairs discusses the recent US Supreme Court ruling and what it means for tribes in Utah.
2 months ago

Expert gives tips on conquering your downward social media scroll

Are you addicted to the social-media scroll? An expert weighs in on what you can do to slow the scroll.
2 months ago

Be ready for flash flooding: Expert shares advice

An expert with the Utah Division of Emergency Management shares his expertise and crucial tips on how to be ready for flash flooding when you are in a vehicle or at home.
2 months ago

Lawmaker seeks to remove felony statute from Utah’s abortion trigger law

A Democratic lawmaker in Utah said she has filed a bill to remove the felony-punishment aspect of Utah's trigger law that went into effect when the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade Friday.
2 months ago

Utah women’s reproductive-health doctor weighs in on Roe v. Wade ruling

A Salt Lake City doctor who specializes in women's reproductive health care weighs in on the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.
2 months ago

After NY law is struck down, two Utah experts sound off on gun rights

Two advocates on either side of the gun-control vs. gun rights debate sound off on the Supreme Court's 6-3 ruling to expand the right to carry a firearm in public.
2 months ago

Search and rescue expert has tips for hikers

Before you head out on your hike, take someone with you, tell somebody where you are going and when you plan to return. Those are just a few words for hikers from an expert on search and rescue.
2 months ago