9:05 - 9:20 - Water use up 12% in Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District
We were in water saving mode this summer. Turn off the faucet while brushing teeth, turn off sprinklers in a rain storm. Now the shock of the day: for several cities along the Wasatch, water use SHOT WAY UP!!! Feel like it's a kick in the teeth for trying all the tricks. Linda Townes Cooke with Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District joins the show to discuss what happened.
9:35 - 9:50 - How the federal interest rates impact your budget
Inflation creep -- interest rates going up again -- on your credit cards an extra $14/mo. New home loans $250/month, new car loan extra $25 a month, HELOCs not locked in -- more per month. You'd think higher rates would mean a better return on savings even that's a joke. Dave and Debbie break down why the feds are raising the rates and the direct impact on our budget.
10:05 - What can the FBI get off of cell phones?
Lots of stuff we could pluck off today about President Trump's Legal Woes... civil lawsuit in NY over inflating property values so his assets look better on paper, an appeals court ruling that allows DOJ investigators access once againe to documents seized from Mar-a-lago. But we really want to talk about all the phone seized phones and what the FBI could possibly get from them. John Huber/Former US Attorney for Utah, served under Pres Obama/Trump joins the show to explain what the FBI can do.10:20 - House passes bill that would make it harder to overthrow an election
The House of Representatives just passed a bill that would make it harder to overthrow an election. JUSTIN FINCH, ABC NEWS CORRESPONDENT, WASHINGTON, joins the show to explain what this bill is. 10:35 - What is behind random acts of violence?
A Taylorsville couple randomly stabbed in their sleep this week by a teen who didn't even know them -- accused of sneaking into their home -- we'll get inside the minds of people who accused of random acts of violence with KSL legal analyst Greg Skordas joins the show. 10:50 - The impact of unanticipated facial paralysis
If you are an avid viewer of KSL News you may have noticed KSL 5 TV's Mike Headrick hasn't been on the screen as often lately.. Mike recorded a short video this week for viewers that explained why he's been off air for so long... It began when he had shoulder surgery, then something really odd happened to his mouth. Mike Headrick KSL 5 TV joins the show to share what is going on.
11:05 - Nuclear threats by Russian President Vladimir Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin has made nuclear threats on the basis of being "nuclear blackmail" by the US and its allies. Boyd Matheson, Host of Inside Sources joins the show to discuss more.11:20 - Be Ready Utah: Earthquake Preparedness
September is National Preparedness Month. It’s a great time to take actions towards preparing for emergencies and disasters where we live. We’ve seen a rash of earthquakes around the region lately, including a couple of Magnitude 4’s in northern Arizona which were felt in St. George, a handful of Magnitude high 1’s in Yellowstone, and even a couple of Magnitude 2’s in Magna. Not only here, central Mexico was hit with a 7.7 magnitude earthquake on Monday and another one this morning they were hit again with a 7.6 quake. Wade Mathews, Public Information Officer for the Utah DIvision of Emergency Management, joins the show to explain more on home hazards and earthquake safety.
11:35 -11:50 - NTSB recommending alcohol detection in all new vehicles
The National Transportation Safety Board is recommending all new vehicles carry a blood alcohol monitoring system that won't let drunk people drive. Dave and Debbie discuss whether this is a good or bad idea and take listener calls.