Tiffany Frandsen, Salt Lake Tribune

Tiffany Frandsen

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Past articles by Tiffany:

Utah State University student ordered to stand trial for allegedly raping classmate on campus lawn

Logan • Alison Berg paused before describing what happened in the early morning hours after a fraternity party in September 2015. → Read More

Police, family search for missing Brigham City man with dementia

Brigham City police are searching for an 89-year-old man with dementia who has been missing since Wednesday evening. → Read More

District Attorney asks FBI to review police shooting of Patrick Harmon

The Salt Lake County District Attorney has called on the FBI to review the shooting of Patrick Harmon, whose death has drawn protests in the city where he was killed and complaints from across the Internet. → Read More

Police arrest substitute teacher on charges of sexual abuse at Wasatch Elementary School

Clearfield police have arrested a substitute teacher who was accused of sexually abusing students at Wasatch Elementary, police confirmed Saturday. → Read More

Police close investigation into death of woman whose body was found in Jordan River

Police have closed the investigation into the death of a woman whose body was found in the Jordan River in July. → Read More

Humane Society of Utah rejects dog food donation after discovering pet store was the source

Weeks after receiving a pallet of dog food, members of the Humane Society of Utah were dismayed to discover that the donation came from an unlikely and unwanted source: a pet store. → Read More

Police recover human bones from Millcreek Canyon trail leading to Dog Lake

Hikers stumbled across human bones near the Upper Big Water trail in Millcreek Canyon Thursday evening, police confirmed Friday. → Read More

Fire burns track hoe at construction site in Cottonwood Heights

A backhoe at a construction site hit a gas line and caught on fire on Wednesday afternoon near the corner of 3000 East and Cottonwood Parkway. → Read More

Protesters call for release of police bodycam footage in fatal shooting of Salt Lake City bicyclist

Activists protested Saturday in downtown Salt Lake City to urge officials to release body camera footage of police shooting a man in mid-August. → Read More

Watch: Salt Lake City police Chief Mike Brown identifies man fatally shot by officers

Salt Lake City police Chief Mike Brown held a Friday afternoon news conference regarding the fatal shooting of a man on Thursday by officers — two of whom were injured. → Read More

One person killed by police, two officers injured during episode in downtown Salt Lake City

One person was dead from gunshots fired by police and two Salt Lake City police officers were injured — not by gunshots — near 300 South and 500 East on Thursday afternoon, police said. → Read More

One man injured in shooting at a family party in West Valley

One man is recovering in the hospital after being shot during a family party in West Valley City on Friday night. → Read More

I-215 ramp likely closed all weekend after burst pipe sprays water and mud across the highway

A section of Interstate 215 near Wasatch Boulevard turned into a muddy pool Friday after a pipe burst and geysered water onto the road. → Read More

Feds arrest ‘Double Hat Bandit,’ who allegedly robbed Utah banks

The FBI arrested a 54-year-old man who was wanted on suspicion of more than a dozen bank robberies, the bureau announced Friday. → Read More

Live: Kearns community discusses escalating gang violence

Two days after a gang-related drive-by shooting and subsequent car crash that killed two bystanders in Kearns, Unified police held a townhouse meeting to talk to the community about gang violence. → Read More

$35 million Book of Mormon manuscript sale called the ‘biggest game-changer in Mormon history’

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints now owns the printer’s manuscript of the Book of Mormon — for $35 million, the sellers say. → Read More

West High cancels after-school programs after bats invasion

West High School canceled after-school programs and closed its doors on Wednesday afternoon so the custodial staff could sweep the school after more than 300 bats were caught this week. → Read More

One in the hospital, one in custody after Layton shooting

A 52-year-old man is in the hospital with injuries after being shot Wednesday afternoon in Layton. The victim is expected to survive. Layton police have taken a 19-year-old man in custody, confirmed police Lt. Travis Lyman. The shooting happened at 3:12 p.m. in a shed behind a fourplex near 1650 N. 1425 West, Lyman said. → Read More

Roy officers justified in fatally shooting man with his own gun

Two police officers were justified in fatally shooting an armed man, Weber County Attorney Chris Allred has determined. → Read More

Police respond to fatal crash in Woods Cross

North Salt Lake police are investigating a fatal crash in Woods Cross Friday morning. → Read More