>>Hurricane Preschool Teacher Heading To Prison

(Hurricane, UT) -- A former Hurricane preschool teacher is heading to prison. Benjamin Stewart was recently sentenced on charges that include sexual exploitation of a minor for actions that took place while he worked at the Hurricane Early Childhood Center. Stewart pleaded guilty to sending sexually explicit pictures to a child and tried getting into contact with other minors. Each of the charges he pled guilty to carry a maximum sentence of five years.

>>Officials Find Body At Snowbird Resort

(Snowbird, UT) -- Officials say a body recovered in a search may be that of a skier who was reported overdue near the Snowbird ski resort in the Twin Peaks area of Little Cottonwood Canyon. Local and state police say the identity and the cause of death will not be known until after tests are completed. The body was located in a hard to reach area yesterday after the person was reported overdue the day before. The investigation is ongoing.

>>Man Faces 20 Charges After Running From Police

(Clearfield, UT) -- A man faces 20 criminal charges after he allegedly committed multiple crimes and led police on a high-speed chase in Clearfield Friday night. Police say 23-year-old Adrian Rivas showed a gun to a driver on I-15, assaulted a man in a parking lot, hit multiple signs and vehicles as he led police on a car chase, and almost hit a pedestrian during the pursuit. He was eventually arrested after he hit a pole, and police say they found a gun and drugs when they searched his car. Rivas is being held without bail at the Davis County Jail.

>>Study: Utah Most Religious State

(Salt Lake City, UT) -- Utah is the most religious state, according to a new study. New research from the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute used Census data found that the Beehive State had the largest share of religious residents out of any of the 50 states. It found that over three-in-four Utahns stick to a religious affiliation. Alabama was the runner-up at over 63-percent. The report defined a religious "adherent" as people who attend a religious congregation during the time of the study.

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