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Topic - Matthew Kinghorn
Indiana's four largest cities are in the midst of big population shifts, with the state capital leading the way as development in downtown Indianapolis attracts an influx of new residents, a report that Indiana University demographers released Thursday shows.
"Indianapolis is just on a bit of a roll right now," he said.
IU demographer Matthew Kinghorn said Indianapolis added an average of about 7,200 residents per year from 2010 to 2013, when its population reached nearly 843,400 and made it the nation's 12th largest city behind Austin, Texas.