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The latest in news and politics with a range of hosts every night. KSL At Night gives a refreshing take on the day's news with each host bringing thei 
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Hosts: Leah Murray and Derek Brown

The DWS on Utah’s unemployment rates and job opportunities

Yesterday we had the President of the Salt Lake Chamber talking about how immigration is their top priority because we have such low unemployment rates and businesses are looking to hire. But that begs the question: Is it really true that no one in Utah can't find a job if they didn’t want one? Mark Knold, Chief Economist with the Utah Department of Workforce Services walks us through the unemployment rates and how they’re filling in current jobs that are seeking workers.

Pickleball is on the rise

Pickleball has swept the world. It’s one of the fastest growing sports on the planet right now. Salt Lake City has added 18 new courts over the course of two years, and there is no end in sight. Everyone is looking for a place to play. Jackson Bell, Vice President of the Pickleball Club at the University of Utah, joins the show to explain what exactly pickleball is and why it’s such a fast-growing sport.

General Conference Special Preview: Swiping Left on Danger

General Conference is this weekend, and this entire week KSL is promoting specials that are happening in concert with the Conference. KSL NewsRadio Reporter Aimee Cobabe joins the show to talk about what she’s preparing and how it ties into the special she produced for the last Conference.

New York judge rules Trump committed fraud

A judge overseeing a $250 million lawsuit against former President Donald Trump ruled that he and his company committed fraud by inflating his net worth in business transactions, narrowing the scope of what the state’s attorney general must prove at an upcoming civil trial. KSL Legal Analyst Greg Skordas breaks down the case.

Speed dating: the news version

Since we bill ourselves as the best two hours of radio for you to learn all the things you need to know, we have chosen a number of stories that happened today that we thought we should break down. From President Biden joining the picket line to the Federal Trade Commission suing Amazon, Leah and Derek go through them one by one, just like speed dating—but the news version.

An infant found abandoned at the US/Mexico border

One of the conversations we are always having in this country is about the border of the United States with Mexico. Today we learned of a two-month-old infant that was found abandoned at the border. Is any work being done to address this issue? How is this affecting the budget discussion in the House? NewsNation’s Southwest Correspondent Ali Bradley joins the show with the details.

Previewing the second Republican presidential debate

The second Republican presidential debate for the 2024 election is happening tomorrow. Derek and Leah review everything you need to know to stay up to date, from the requirements to attend to the actual attendees.

Building bipartisan relationships through pickleball

We’ve talked about the rising popularity of pickleball… It’s so popular that a bipartisan group of senators are now coming together—and setting politics aside—to play for fun. It’s called the Senate pickleball caucus, and quite a lot of senators participate in it. Leah and Derek discuss the significant role that pickleball—and any other sport—plays when it comes to building bipartisan relationships.

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