Aaron Falk, Salt Lake Tribune

Aaron Falk

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Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Aaron:

Ready for some playoff hockey? What you need to know about Utah Grizzlies’ postseason run so far

Ready for some playoff hockey? What you need to know about Utah Grizzlies’ postseason run so far → Read More

When it comes to the NIT, Utah State’s Ryan Odom might know a thing or three

The Utah State Aggies will host the Oregon Ducks in the first round of the NIT. USU hasn't hosted an NIT game since 2004. → Read More

Loose moose shut down I-80 in Parleys Canyon in both directions

A pair of loose moose have forced state troopers to shut down Interstate-80 in both directions in Parleys Canyon. → Read More

Rose Bowl live blog: Micah Bernard’s spectacular catch makes it 14-0 Utah over Ohio State

The University of Utah takes on Ohio State in the Rose Bowl. Follow for live updates. → Read More

Snow squall brings high winds and holiday travel problems to the Wasatch Front

A fast-moving storm brought high winds, fresh snow and travel delays Sunday morning in Utah. → Read More

Police arrest Wayne County man after Snow College student Madelyn Allen found safe

Snow College student Madelyn Allen, 19, was found Saturday after missing for five days. → Read More

Utah football live blog: Utes linebacker Devin Lloyd’s pick-6 makes it 14-0

Live updates as Utah and Oregon square off for a Pac-12 title and a trip to the Rose Bowl. → Read More

Southern Utah says scorekeepers didn’t count a key free throw during its double-overtime loss at Cal

Southern Utah officials say a scorekeeping error cost them a win against California last week. → Read More

Hiker dies in Holbrook Canyon near Bountiful

A 58-year-old man has died while hiking alone in a Utah canyon. → Read More

Amid NFL expansion rumors, Gov. Spencer Cox says there’s no ‘limit on how hard I’d push’ to bring pro football to Utah

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox says he has interest in luring NFL and MLB franchises to the state one day. → Read More

The Utes’ military appreciation helmets were all hand painted by one artist in a small Nebraska town

Artist Armando Villarreal had never heard of the U.S.S. Salt Lake City. But the man who has handpainted 150 special military helmets for the Utah football team now feels a special connection to the famed World War II ship. → Read More

‘Win and we’re in’: Real Salt Lake has one last chance to claim a playoff berth

Real Salt Lake's season comes down to the final weekend. Beat Sporting Kansas City and they will be in the playoffs. → Read More

Man arrested in connection with the shooting death of Utah football player Aaron Lowe

A man has been arrested in connection with the death of Utah football player Aaron Lowe. → Read More

Why former Ute Jaylon Johnson didn’t shout out Utah on Sunday Night Football

Former Ute Jaylon Johnson sent a message of positivity with his Sunday Night Football introduction. → Read More

How much will it cost BYU to get out of non-conference football games? Maybe less than first thought.

BYU has non-conference football games under contract through at least 2034. But getting out of those games might not be as difficult as once thought. → Read More

The BYU-Utah rivalry is a kinder, gentler experience for Devin Kaufusi, others who have lived both sides of it

Devin Kaufusi and Samson Nacua are about to experience the other side of the Utah-BYU football rivalry. → Read More

After a big Week 1 win, Utah State looks to avoid a letdown against FCS North Dakota

Utah State wants to build off a Week 1 win over Washington State → Read More

Utah State’s quarterback competition hasn’t been settled just yet

USU head coach Blake Anderson hasn't picked a starting quarterback just yet — and he says he's not going to rush his decision. → Read More

Rice-Eccles Stadium’s pink seats are red again thanks to Twitter and a few blow torches

With an assist from fans on Twitter, the University of Utah is restoring 15,000 chairs at Rice-Eccles Stadium. → Read More

With their lawsuit settled, the Runnin’ Utes add Fresno State Bulldogs to their 2021-22 men’s basketball schedule.

Utah and Fresno State have officially come to terms on rescheduling a game that was once the subject of a lawsuit between the schools. → Read More