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Located about 25 miles north of Salt Lake City, Layton's population was only about 600 in 1940. It was then that the Hill Air Force Base arrived, followed by World War II. War workers started populating the area and the 1950 census counted 3,456 people. Layton altered from a farming town to a city with a large residential base. After the war, those not working at the Air Force base commuted to the Salt Lake City or Ogden areas.

Population: 58474
Local Newspapers: The Salt Lake Tribune Deseret Morning News
Local Sports Teams: Utah Jazz (NBA) Real Salt Lake
Local Colleges: Weber State University

Zip Codes associated with layton, utah: 84040 84041
Towns/Cities near layton, utah : Kaysville Fruit Heights Clearfield Syracuse

Layton News
Layton facility to begin collecting platelet donations

The American Red Cross' Layton blood donation center will begin collecting platelets for patients battling cancer and others with life-threatening illnesses or injuries on Friday, June 2. Platelets are the clotting portion of blood and are needed for many reasons, but they are primarily given to cancer patients. The tiny cells have a very short shelf life - just five days from the time they are donated - so there is a constant, often critical need for new and current donors to give to keep up with hospital demand for platelets.

Deal for teen charged in double-fatal crash could split between juvenile, adult systems

Marilee Gardner, 16, of Layton, appears in Judge Brent West's courtroom with her attorney, Walter Bugden, at the 2nd District Court in Ogden on Wednesday, July 6, 2016. Gardner is charged with two counts of first degree murder.

Utah getting another $7.5 million in VW settlement

Utah will receive an additional $7.5 million in the Volkswagen settlement, Gov. Gary Herbert announced Tuesday, bringing the total of mitigation funds flowing into the state to nearly $40 million. Against the backdrop of shiny, new clean-fuel buses that cost between $120,000 and $140,000, Herbert said the additional money will pay for the replacement of 100 of the dirty diesel-burning vehicles in the state's aging fleet.

Cannibals? Kids schooled on raising trout, even the icky stuff

Garrett Palmer put on his best face of mourning and described how he'd miss "George," the young trout he and his classmates had raised since it was an egg. That started in January, and now, months later, it was time to bid adieu to George - a somewhat sad affair even though Garrett said his fish was "cannibalistic" and dined on other young trout.

Flat-Earthers Will Hate This Wooden Globe Chess Set

With this unique globe-shaped chess board, you are playing for total world domination. The domination of a small wood world, but still.

Driving Development: Legislative leaders stand to profit from...

The Salt Lake Tribune) Christine Mikkelsen looks out into the quiet open space behind her Farmington home that may soon be occupied by the West Davis Corridor highway, Thursday May 4, 2017. Mikkelsen and her husband moved into their home six years ago when they were told they would never lose their view thanks to the Buffalo Ranch that would prevent development from blocking the sweeping vista of the Great Salt Lake and Antelope Island.

Michael Edmunds

A federal grand jury has indicted two Utah men who, between them, allegedly carried out nine bank robberies since the start of the year. Salt Lake City resident Bret Michael Edmunds, 36, was charged with seven counts of bank robbery for a string of "note-job robberies" he allegedly carried out between February and April in Salt Lake and Utah counties, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court on Wednesday.

Feds charge two men in string of Wasatch Front bank robberies

Federal authorities filed charges against two men who allegedly robbed a string of Wasatch Front banks and credit unions the past few months. Bret Michael Edmunds, 36, of Salt Lake City, faces seven bank robbery counts in connection with holdups stretching from Provo to Salt Lake City in February, March and April.

Two Utah boys go viral after they're caught on camera doing 'the right thing'

Jennifer Arismendi of Layton, Utah, captured two young boys, Eli and Bronx Spire walking outside her house, thanks to a security camera Jennifer Arismendi, of Layton, captured video of two young boys, Eli and Bronx Spire, who are her neighbors, walking outside her house, thanks to a security camera, according to WDAF-TV.

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