The suburbs on the edge of the state’s big metro areas are no longer the places to move – at least not at the rate in the past. New figures today from the U.S. Census Bureau show the big population shifts are occurring farther and farther out.Read More »
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Arizona added nearly 100,000 new residents this past year, more than virtually every other state in the nation. New figures Tuesday from the U.S. Census Bureau put the state’s population as of July 1 at 6,731,484. In pure numbers, Arizona had the fifth highest increase.Read More »
The push to what used to be the edges of metro civilization continues in Arizona. New figures today from the U.S. Census Bureau show five cities with double-digit population growth between the official 2010 count and estimates as of last July 1. And four of them are along the outer growth rings around Phoenix.Read More »
If it weren’t for new people moving to Arizona, some counties actually would be losing population.Read More »
As representatives of Arizona’s schools and districts, it is incumbent up on us to share timely, educational information in which our taxpayers and educational consumers have a vested interest. Often we hear criticism about being “top-heavy” in administration and that dollars earmarked for administrative salaries should be placed in classrooms to impact students.Read More »
In Arizona, Republicans are losing the battle over Hispanic voters.
Hispanic voter registration leans Democratic by a wide margin, and polling reinforces their support for Democratic candidates.
New U.S. Census Bureau figures showing how home and apartment vacancies have soared in the state aren't news for the residents of a block-long stretch of West Brown Street in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale.Read More »
The state government will have to play a critical role if Arizona businesses are to become global competitors, business leaders said at conference Wednesday.Read More »