Aggregated Arizona News Articles
- Welcome back, baseball: The best Cubs and White Sox photos from spring training
As the Cubs and White Sox kick off spring training in Arizona, photographers get a chance to see the players in the most casual environment we see all season. Click here for more Cubs photos from Sloan Park. ...
Brian Cassella. Chicago Tribune. Fri, 15 Feb 2019 14:00:00 PST.
- Comparing C-suite pay: What Arizona public company CFOs earn
While chief financial officers of Arizona public companies certainly do well for themselves, most still pale in comparison with their company C-suite leaders, the CEOs.
Tim Gallen. American City Business Journals. Fri, 15 Feb 2019 18:49:34 +0000.
- Woman, 103, older than Grand Canyon National Park sworn in as junior ranger on eve of its centennial
Rose Torphy, 103, of Illinois, took the pledge and was sworn in as a junior park ranger while she was on her second visit to Arizona's Grand Canyon on January 14 with her daughter.
Daily Mail. Fri, 15 Feb 2019 15:14:17 GMT.
- Paving the Way: Valley transportation network gearing up for an uncertain future
More autonomous vehicles are being tested on Arizona roads, but are the state's freeways ready for all these self-driving cars? Local experts say it can be challenging as technology continues its rapid changes.
Hayley Ringle. American City Business Journals. Fri, 15 Feb 2019 12:00:00 +0000.
- Pac-12 basketball: Parker Van Dyke's career-high 23 carries Utah over Arizona 83-76
Parker Van Dyke may not start but he picked up right where he left off. ...
Associated Press. Los Angeles Times. Thu, 14 Feb 2019 21:20:00 PST.
- Lawmaker makes unique proposal on Valentine's Day
An Arizona lawmaker combines Valentine's Day and Halloween, in a rather unique proposal.
Fox News. Fri, 15 Feb 2019 00:11:22 GMT.
- 'Mexican oxy' pills in US Southwest lift fentanyl death toll
Arizona and the rest of the southwestern U.S. states are becoming a hot spot in the fentanyl crisis as blue pills known as 'Mexican oxy' are flooding across the border
ABC News. Thu, 14 Feb 2019 16:51:57 -0500.
- Arizona man shot while testing ballistic vest
A man in eastern Arizona has died after authorities say he asked another man to shoot his bulletproof vest.
Fox News. Thu, 14 Feb 2019 21:30:47 GMT.
- Native deaths, Disappearances Get Lawmaker Attention In 7 States
New Mexico, Minnesota, the Dakotas, Montana, Washington and Arizona address unsolved mysteries surrounding Native American girls and women.
Associated Press. Patch. Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:05:59 -0500.
- Three scenarios for Cardinals to trade out of first pick
Arizona has the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft, but the Cardinals don't need a QB. So what could they be looking at if they traded the top pick away?
ESPN. Wed, 13 Feb 2019 10:29:38 EST.
- Man convicted of 1st-degree murder in border agent's death
A man accused of pulling the trigger in the 2010 shooting death of a Border Patrol agent in the southern Arizona desert has been convicted of first-degree murder
ABC News. Tue, 12 Feb 2019 22:27:45 -0500.
- Former astronaut Mark Kelly running for Senate in Arizona
Former NASA astronaut Mark Kelly has announced he's running for the late John McCain's Senate seat in Arizona. If he wins the Democratic primary, he would face Republican Martha McSally in 2020. ...
CBS News. Wed, 13 Feb 2019 01:16:33 +0000.
- Kingsbury on Murray chatter: 'Josh is our guy'
With speculation ramping up that Arizona could trade quarterback Josh Rosen and select Oklahoma star Kyler Murray with the No. 1 overall pick, new Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said Tuesday that he's sticking with Rosen.
ESPN. Tue, 12 Feb 2019 18:24:59 EST.
- Former NASA astronaut Mark Kelly to run for John McCain's Senate seat - CNET
Pilot. Astronaut. Space shuttle commander. Senate candidate to represent Arizona.
Amanda Kooser. CNET. Tue, 12 Feb 2019 21:52:34 +0000.
- Cardinals' Kingsbury supports QB Rosen
The Arizona Cardinals are deflecting chatter that they might take Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray with the No. ...
Reuters. Tue, 12 Feb 2019 16:11:38 -0500.
Arizona Population Trends and Information Resources
The U. S. Census Bureau estimates the population of Arizona as follows:
|Date||Estimated Population||Yearly % Change|
|July 1, 2016||6,931,071||1.66|
|July 1, 2015||6,817,565||1.45|
|July 1, 2014||6,719,993||1.44|
|July 1, 2013||6,624,617||1.14|
|July 1, 2012||6,549,634||1.28|
|July 1, 2011||6,467,163||0.92|
|July 1, 2010||6,408,312|| |
According to the 2010 census, the population of Arizona was 6,392,017.
In 2008, the estimated population of Arizona was 6,500,180, whereas
in 2006, the population of Arizona was about 6,178,251.
For detailed, up-to-date information about Arizona's demographics,
visit the U.S. Census Bureau's
QuickFacts about Arizona
web page. For maps of Arizona,
visit this Arizona Map
The photograph above shows the state capitol building
in Phoenix, Arizona.
Arizona newspaper publishers
are listed here, along with their
addresses, phone numbers, and website links;
names, descriptions, and
website links are listed on this page.
More information about Arizona
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