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  • Seattle lands spot on top 10 densely populated U.S. cities

    Seattle has cracked the top 10 most densely populated big cities in the United States for the first time in its history.

  • Spokane County, cities butt heads on population growth

    Spokane County commissioners and officials from the cities and towns they represent are at odds on where and how much population growth will occur over the next two decades.

  • Idaho’s senior population increases

    Idaho’s population is aging faster than the nation’s, with people 65 and older increasing by 19 percent in the last four years, according to estimates recently released by the U.S. …

  • China planning for extra 2 million babies per year

    BEIJING — China is preparing for 2 million extra babies a year as a result of a loosening of its “one child” birth limits that will allow more couples to …

  • Boomers drive change in age structure

    Fueled by baby boomers, the nation’s 65-and-older population is projected to reach 83.7 million in 2050, which is almost double in size from the 2012 level of 43.1 million, according …

  • Montana’s population estimated to pass 1 million

    State officials estimate that Montana’s population has surpassed 1 million people for the first time.

  • Census: Population slowing in large portions of U.S.

    Many states that posted big population gains in the 2010 census are now seeing their decade-long growth fizzle, hurt by a prolonged economic slump that is stretching into larger portions …

  • 2010 census: Spokane still No. 2; Valley makes top 10

    Washington’s Hispanic population grew by 70 percent over the last decade, fueling growth from border to border and earning the state another seat in Congress. It’s a trend that held …

  • Census: Spokane remains state’s second-largest city

    Spokane grew by 6.8 percent in the past decade and remains the second-largest city in Washington, between Seattle and Tacoma.

  • Clark: Spokane bigger than Tacoma? Betting on it

    I hope nobody minds, but I have put our Spokane pride on the line in a friendly cross-state wager with Peter Callaghan, a columnist with the Tacoma News Tribune. Our …

  • Clark: In population contest, Tacoma uses dirty trick

    I should have known better than to pick on Tacoma. As my Old Man used to tell me …

  • Doug Clark: Sticking it to Tacoma chases blues

    Spokane has been officially reaffirmed as Washington’s second-largest city, once again snuffing our nemesis Tacoma like a cigarette butt under a biker’s boot heel. The numbers were unveiled last week …

  • Population estimate shows city leading Tacoma by slim margin

    OLYMPIA – Spokane remains the Avis of Washington cities. Population figures released from the state Office of Financial Management keep Spokane in second place, with an estimated count of 205,673 …

  • Recession has rural Idahoans staying put

    BOISE - Rural Idaho residents have been staying put in the current recession, unlike the previous recession when they moved in large numbers to the state’s urban areas. People can’t …

  • Washington’s population still rising, but pace abates

    OLYMPIA – We’re still growing, but it’s slowing. That was the verdict Monday from Washington’s Office of Financial Management, which churns out annual population estimates for the state, cities and …

  • Idaho, Washington growing fast

    Idaho remains one of the country’s fastest-growing states, but its growth rate has slipped over the past three years, according to new numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau. From July …

  • County’s growth greatest since ‘92

    Spokane County’s population grew over the last three years at the strongest rate since 1990-1992. Meanwhile, a slowdown in the northward migration of Californians contributed to a slight decline in …

  • Hispanics 2nd Largest Group In Big Apple

    Hispanics have overtaken blacks as the second-largest racial or ethnic group in New York City. A report Monday by the Taub Urban Research Center of New York University said the …

  • Number Of Children In Japan Hits Low

    The number of children in Japan has hit a record low, and one reason is an increasing desire among women to delay domestic life in favor of earning money, a …

  • Boise Growing Slowly

    Boise and the surrounding area grew 20 percent in the past five years. And that is not nearly as much as Ada County’s smaller cities and their planning areas grew. …



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