9:05 - What to do if you are caught in a snowy fender bender
Bring on the snow! D2 checks in with Andy Farnsworth from the KSL Traffic Center to bring the latest traffic hot spots. SGT. Cameron Roden with UHP calls in to describe what is happening on the roads and what to do if you find yourself in a snowy fender bender.
9:20 -Essentials for a Winter Emergency Car Kit
Chris Jacobs, KSL Newsradio Reporter joins D2 live from the storm to explain what is happening in Utah County. Wade Mathews, Utah Division of Emergency Management - Be Ready Utah joins the show to discuss what to have handy in your car in case you end up in an emergency winter situation.
9:35 - The latest with Utah Canyon Closures
D2 checks in with the roads -- specifically the canyons have faced many closures this morning. John Gleason, Spokeperson with UDOT joins the show to discuss the closures and what else Utahns need to be aware of today.
9:50 -Utah Roads and Utah Weather
Karah Brackin, KSL 5 TV joins the show from out in the storm live from Draper.Kevin Eubank, KSL Meteorologist joins the show with the outlook on weather for the rest of the day and the snow pack we've received this far.
10:05 - What is on Congress' lame duck wishlist?
Congress returned from a holiday recess Monday, for what promises to be a whirlwind three weeks before the December recess. On the agenda is government funding, which is set to run out on December 16th. Experts are divided on whether lawmakers have the time to produce a full appropriations bill, or whether they’ll instead opt for another continuing resolution. Other items on the to-do list include the National Defense Authorization Act and the Respect for Marriage Act, the latter of which could be finalized this week. Em Nguyen, ABC News Correspondent, Washington joins the show.
10:20 - 10:50 - Balenciaga Ad Backlash
The brand Balenciaga has received large amounts of backlash over a controversial ad campaign that involved children holding their plush bears wearing fishnet tops and leather harnesses surrounded by other items like flasks and chains. The ad being accused of condoning sexual abuse of children. Greg Skordas, KSL legal Analyst joins the show to discuss if there could be anything that could come from this criminally. Debbie and Dave share their reaction as parents and D2 takes listener calls.
11:05 -The Demolition of the Draper Prison
The public demo of a decades old prison guard tower is taking place today -- marking a critical milestone in the development of "The Point". Aimee Cobabe, KSL Newsradio Reporter joins the show from the press conference and demolition.11:20 - Virus Triple threat hitting hospitals
The Flu, Covid-19 and RSV is the triple threat hitting hospitals right now. Primary Children's announced that certain surguries are on delay due to the influx of six patients. Richard Ferguson, Chief Medical Officer with Health Choice Utah and founder of Black Physicians of Utah joins the show to discuss the triple threat and what is being seen in the ER.
11:35 - Remote learning on snow days
Due to snow accumulation, schools in the Davis School District will implement a 2 hour late start on Tuesday, November 29. That's the Tweet the Davis Schools District sent out this morning at 6:31 am. Tomorrow is the KSL Give - A - thon -- from 8 AM to 4 PM -- As we partner with Primary Children's we will be accepting donations all day..Chris Williams, Davis School District 11:50 - How is the snow impacting ski resorts?
Ski resorts tweeting it’s going to be an amazing powder day! The Daily Utah Snow Forecast says it's a cold powder day today, with fresh snow that fell over the past 24 hours. There will be a break from now through Thursday, but the snow returns on Friday and there's another storm likely Sunday into Monday. Tomorrow is the KSL Give - A - thon -- from 8 AM to 4 PM -- As we partner with Primary Children's we will be accepting donations all day. Alison Palmintere, Ski Utah - Director of Communications with Ski Utah joins the show.