DENVER - Denver ranks in the latest Top 10 list of U.S. cities people are moving to.
The Mile High City came in at number seven on the just-released Forbes list.
The Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex ranked as the top city on the list,
Migration data for the most recent one-year period available, July 2010 to July 2011, show the Great Recession has shaken the rankings up quite a bit within the circle of fast-growth regions, according to Forbes.
The biggest winner has been Texas, with four of the 10 metro areas with the largest net migration gains for the past two years. Dallas ranks first, followed by Austin in third place, Houston in fifth and San Antonio in eighth.
Las Vegas and Phoenix dropped off the Top 10 list. Also showing loses were New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit and San Francisco-Oakland.
Full List: The 10 Cities Where Americans Are Moving Now