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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
(Paul Fraughton | Tribune file photo) Moshen Asgari, right,...

Tribune file photo) Moshen Asgari, right, supervises the removal of the "Zion curtain" from the bar at his Vuda Bar and Winery in Draper. A new poll says that most Utahns would like to do away with the so-called "Zion Curtains."

Utah's liquor markup among highest of any government-controlled agency

Discovering a $13 bottle of wine at the liquor store may sound like a deal, until Utahns realize more than $6 of the cost goes to the state. The extra 88 percent - a combination of markup and freight- that Utah consumers pay on a single bottle of wine is the highest among all liquor-control jurisdictions in the country, according to numbers from California's Alcohol Research Group .

State liquor agency seeking legislative OK for two new stores

If the Utah Legislature gives the go-ahead, officials will begin searching for land in southwest Salt Lake County and central Davis County to build two new state liquor stores. The Riverton and Layton market areas currently have the greatest need for retail stores, Sal Petilos, executive director of the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control , told a legislative committee Friday.

Utahns in love: The orderly and the nurse

Stephen Foote had been working at McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden for only a few days when a group of nurses he'd made friends with approached him, claiming they knew the perfect girl for him. They wanted him to ask her out on a date as soon as possible, but the only problem was she wasn't currently living in the country.

Lawmakers debate bill to extend electric vehicle tax credits, then phase them out

Lingering concerns over the electric vehicle state tax credit are sending the sponsor of a legislative proposal back to talks with his colleagues and others to possibly reach more compromises. HB29 , sponsored by Rep. Steve Handy, R-Layton, seeks to extend the tax credit that lapsed at the end of 2016 but gradually phase it out by 2022.

Layton man admits to stabbing his wife to death in front of their son

A Layton man accused of stabbing his estranged wife to death in front of their son pleaded guilty Tuesday to murder. Joe Castillo, 47, went to the home he once shared with his estranged wife, 36-year-old KayLynn Spackman, in June 2014, confronted her in the garage and attacked her with a knife, police say.

Blind Utah couple experiences parenthood together with birth of first child

Although both Amanda and Quintin Williams have been blind since childhood, they never let it stop them from accomplishing their dreams. They were married in 2009 and now, nearly eight years later, they are adjusting to parenthood.

Man found guilty of northern Utah murder

Courtroom staff detain Jory Fenstermaker, in glasses, after he stood up and yelled during the reading of the guilty verdict at his trial at the 2nd District Court in Layton on Monday, Feb. 6, 2017. Fenstermaker was charged with first degree murder in the death of Randy Lewis.

State revenue estimates may not go up, Senate budget chairman warns

New revenue estimates expected next week may be a wash, Senate Budget Chairman Jerry Stevenson warned Monday as lawmakers began passing base budget bills adding up to $15.1 billion. "I'm not going to give anyone any encouragement the floodgates are opening," Stevenson, R-Layton, told reporters when asked whether tax collections are likely to grow beyond the $287 million already forecast in new ongoing money.

Mitsubishi expects to hit the 100,000 mark

Add Mitsubishi to the long list of automakers projecting higher U.S. sales in 2017, even as executives acknowledge the overall market likely will be flat at best. Executives are projecting sales of at least 100,000 vehicles for the first time since 2007.

Police warn of thefts at 3 gyms in Davis County

The incidents happened at three separate gyms across Davis County: VASA in Layton, Gold's Gym in Syracuse and Planet Fitness in Roy. In each case, someone stole keys from gym lockers then went into the parking lot and stole items from vehicles.

Two Utah men charged with murder in botched drug deal

Two Layton men were charged Thursday with shooting and killing another man last month during what police say was a drug deal that turned into a botched robbery. The alleged shooter, Bostin Cole Osborn Crookston, 19, and his alleged accomplice, Isaac Cain Lee Valdez, 18, are each charged in 2nd District Court with first-degree felony counts of murder and aggravated robbery, as well as second-degree felony obstruction of justice.

PHOTOS: Nearly 100 gather...

Nearly 100 people gathered in the Brew Pub parking lot Sunday morning, Jan. 29, 2017, to prayerfully march "in solidarity with our brave brothers and sisters protecting our water and our mother", according to the Peaceful Advocates for Native Dialogue and Organizing Support's Facebook event page. Peaceful Advocates for Native Dialogue & Organizing Support Carl Moore speaks to a group of nearly 100 in the Brew Pub parking lot Sunday morning, Jan. 29, 2017.

Jory Fenstermaker

Layton a A jury trial began Monday for an Ogden man accused of fatally shooting his friend's ex-boyfriend in a Davis County home last year. Jory Arlow Fenstermaker, 24, is charged in 2nd District Court with first-degree felony murder, accused of shooting and killing 29-year-old Randy Lennel Lewis on March 15, 2015.

2 arrested, 1 killed after Utah drug deal turns into robbery

Layton police have arrested two suspects in the killing of a 19-year-old Ogden man who was shot in the head during a drug deal-turned armed robbery. He says the suspects got into Brooks' car and tried to rob him before one of them shot him in the head.

Mitsubishi sees U.S. sales topping 100,000 mark in 2017

Mitsubishi expects U.S. sales to surpass 100,000 vehicles this year for the first time in a decade, even though a highly anticipated new crossover will not reach dealerships until early 2018. Hitting that milestone would mean an increase of at least 3.9 percent for the brand from the 96,267 units it sold last year, amid analysts' expectations for total industry sales to be roughly flat.

GOP Senate leaders not ready to back bill to change liquor laws

GOP Senate leaders weren't ready Thursday to back proposed legislation to do away with the so-called "Zion Curtain" that shields restaurant customers from alcoholic drink preparation while strengthening other liquor laws. "I think sometimes we talk about issues like that as if they are somehow not working, and I think our alcohol laws have served us extremely well," Senate Majority Whip Stuart Adams told reporters at the Senate's daily media availability.

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