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Some demographers are warning of burgeoning population growth that will tax the world's resources. But in many of the world's richest nations, population is in decline. A result is that their wealth could be significantly diminished.
Mesa use to lay claim to the fastest-growing city in the country when waves of people moved there in the 1970s, '80s and early '90s.
Arizona's undocumented immigrant population dropped by more than 100,000 in 2008, the largest decrease of any state, but the reasons for the decline aren't clear.
A new report suggests an upcoming surge in Arizona's Hispanic population.
Search the census data by state, county and age group. The data is provided by the Census Bureau.
The number of homes in some Arizona counties is growing faster than the number of people, a statistic that may suggest smaller families.
October 1, 2004
Among all the counties in the United States at the turn of the millennium, Maricopa was the star attraction.
It appears that Arizona isn’t quite the magnet it used to be for folks in the other 49 states.
Chandler has been lucky in the ongoing economic downturn's timing, which coincided with the natural end of the city's housing boom, economic development officials said Tuesday.
New figures from the U.S. Census Bureau confirm a trend Queen Creek has noted for the past few years: the rate of population growth has slowed in most Arizona communities.
People walk around the many business locations in downtown Chandler. June 30, 2009.
People make their way around Queen Creek's farmers market in the parking lot of the town's library. May 16, 2009.
Inside Arizona: There are numerous old ghost towns in Arizona, which are as diverse as the landscape that surrounds them. Many of them have left little evidence of ever having existed and are in Cochise County. These were once communities in which the pioneers of the Old West gathered to seek food, water, shelter and fortune in the high desert mountains and valleys.
COLORFUL PAST: Of the more notorious ghost towns in the Cochise County area, many are located in the vicinity of Tombstone. Tombstone Cemetery is pictured.
As Americans, we are obsessed with numbers, but often oblivious to their implications. We love record setting, whether it’s the eight Olympic gold medals won by Michael Phelps last year or the octuplets born last month to Nadya Suleman. We derive great vicarious pleasure from these super-human feats.
Chandler’s encouragement for more densely developed housing means that in the next few years, there could be more than 13,000 more residents than previously planned.
FORT MYERS, Fla. - According to a report by Florida's Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the state's panther population is on the rise.