List of newspapers serving cities over 100,000 in the United States

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This is a list of major newspapers serving cities in the United States with populations over 100,000.

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Anchorage, Alaska[edit]

Ann Arbor, Michigan[edit]

Atlanta, Georgia[edit]

Aurora, Colorado[edit]

Austin, Texas[edit]

Bakersfield, California[edit]

Baltimore, Maryland[edit]

Baton Rouge, Louisiana[edit]

Birmingham, Alabama[edit]

Boston, Massachusetts[edit]

Buffalo, New York[edit]

Charlotte, North Carolina[edit]

Chicago, Illinois[edit]

Cincinnati, Ohio[edit]

Cleveland, Ohio[edit]

Colorado Springs, Colorado[edit]

Columbus, Ohio[edit]

Corpus Christi, Texas[edit]

Dallas, Texas[edit]

Dayton, Ohio[edit]

Denver, Colorado[edit]

Des Moines, Iowa[edit]

Detroit, Michigan[edit]

El Paso, Texas[edit]

Fargo, North Dakota[edit]

Flint, Michigan[edit]

Eugene, Oregon[edit]

Fort Wayne, Indiana[edit]

Fort Worth, Texas[edit]

Fresno, California[edit]

Grand Rapids, Michigan[edit]

Hampton Roads, Virginia[edit]

South Hampton Roads[edit]

Virginia Peninsula[edit]

Honolulu, Hawaii[edit]

Houston, Texas[edit]

Indianapolis, Indiana[edit]

Jacksonville, Florida[edit]

Kansas City, Missouri[edit]

Lexington, Kentucky[edit]

Little Rock, Arkansas[edit]

Greater Los Angeles, California[edit]

Long Beach[edit]

Los Angeles[edit]

Ontario[edit]

Pasadena[edit]

Riverside[edit]

San Bernardino[edit]

San Fernando Valley[edit]

San Gabriel Valley[edit]

Santa Ana[edit]

Torrance[edit]

Louisville, Kentucky[edit]

Manchester, New Hampshire[edit]

Memphis, Tennessee[edit]

Miami, Florida[edit]

Milwaukee, Wisconsin[edit]

Minneapolis-St. Paul[edit]

Minneapolis[edit]

St. Paul[edit]

Murfreesboro, Tennessee[edit]

Nashville, Tennessee[edit]

New Orleans, Louisiana[edit]

New York City, New York[edit]

Newark, New Jersey[edit]

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma[edit]

Omaha, Nebraska[edit]

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[edit]

Phoenix, Arizona[edit]

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania[edit]

Portland, Oregon[edit]

Providence, Rhode Island[edit]

Raleigh, North Carolina[edit]

Richmond, Virginia[edit]

Sacramento, California[edit]

St. Louis, Missouri[edit]

Salt Lake City, Utah[edit]

San Antonio, Texas[edit]

San Diego, California[edit]

San Francisco Bay Area (California)[edit]

San Francisco[edit]

San Jose[edit]

Oakland[edit]

San Juan, Puerto Rico[edit]

Seattle, Washington[edit]

Shreveport, Louisiana[edit]

Sioux Falls, South Dakota[edit]

Spokane, Washington[edit]

Tallahassee, Florida[edit]

Tampa Bay Area (Florida)[edit]

Toledo, Ohio[edit]

Tulsa, Oklahoma[edit]

Tucson, Arizona[edit]

Washington, D.C.[edit]

Wichita, Kansas[edit]

Worcester, Massachusetts[edit]

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