It’s a principal and parents nightmare. In New Jersey, students are using AI technology to make AI-generated pornographic images of their classmates. Is this illegal? What action can be done? Dave and Dujanovic dive in. Read more: https://kslnewsradio.com/2056440/legal-gaps-expose-challenges-dangers-of-deepfake-porn/
Dave and Dujanovic talk about how not to accidentally end up on a fake shopping website and get scammed with Matt Beaudry, protective security advisor for Utah, Region 8, Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency.
6 in 10 are hoping to avoid politics at Thanksgiving according to a Quinnipiac University national poll. Dave and Dujanovic speak with BYU Clinical Psychologist Tom Golightly about how to manage polarizing discussions and boundaries you can set with your family at the dinner table.
Thanksgiving is tomorrow and many of you will be deep frying that bird. Firefighters would prefer you don’t but some of you will. Ben Porter with Unified Fire Authority joins Dave and Dujanovic to advise on how not to be a fire starter with a Turkey fryer this Thanksgiving.
Authentic conversations can be scary to have at home or at the workplace. But author and speaker Ganel-Lyn Condie says authenticity and vulnerability are more than just buzz words and can have a huge impact on our personal relationships and in professional circles. She joins Inside Sources to share her insight.
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers brought its annual conference to Salt Lake City this year, drawing thousands. Student Rebeca Matoso shared her SHPE experience with KSL NewsRadio’s Dave and Dujanovic. Learn more: https://kslnewsradio.com/2055025/the-shpe-convention-is-in-town-but-what-exactly-is-shpe/
Last week marked five years since student Lauren McCluskey was murdered by an ex on campus. Her mom, Jill McCluskey, says the school failed to protect Lauren, but has made improvements to campus safety since then. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3SrIyGm
Last week, prosecutors in New Mexico announced that they’d be bringing the case to a grand jury in November. The announcement came two years after Baldwin shot and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during the filming of the movie “Rust.” Baldwin says he didn’t know the gun had live rounds. Learn more about the shooting and […]
A Utah firefighter and a burn survivor spoke to Dave and Dujanovic about an upcoming chili cook-off to support a burn camp program. Learn more: https://kslnewsradio.com/2050628/firefighters-chili-cook-off-raises-money-for-burn-camp-and-survivors/
The Era’s Tour Movie is hitting theatres. Tune in to this special edition of The Movie Show as Host Steve Salles and special co-host/Swiftie Caitlyn Johnston enchant you with their expectations for the movie as they broadcast LIVE from the Megaplex for opening night! Get in the car… It’s The Movie Show… Taylor’s Version! 😉
Rabbi Chaim Zippel was in Israel with his wife and 1-year-old when the Hamas attack caught Israel, and the world, by surprise. He shared his story with Utah’s Noon News. More: https://kslnewsradio.com/2048809/utah-rabbi-details-escape-out-of-israel/
The Timpanogos Cave National Monument has been through quite a transition since it was first explored in 1887. We spoke with Cami McKinney, the program manager for visitors operations and science, about how the cave was found and how they plan to maintain the cave for future generations. Read about the cave here: https://kslnewsradio.com/2045419/timpanogos-caves-unforgettable-utah/
Calling all tomato lovers! Join Maria Shilaos from the KSL Greenhouse show and Sheriden Hansen from Utah State University Extension as they walk through her tomato garden, where she’s growing dwarf tomatoes, Amish Paste, Goldman’s Italian American, and more! Watch this video if you need some inspiration for your own tomato garden! Listen to the […]
The Salt Lake City Main Library is 125 years old… technically. But it took 105 years to become the building it is now. Learn more about the city’s library system: kslnewsradio.com/2043394/salt-lake-city-main-library-history/