Atlas releases study on who's moving

An Atlas Van Lines report shows that when it comes to relocating, the Midwest continues to lose folks, and popular destinations include the Mideast states and Southwest. The company, headquartered in Evansville says its 2010 Migration Patterns Study shows the the number of moves increased, and m be an indication the economy is improving. For the first time in two years, Kentucky joined North Carolina, Maryland, and Washington D.C. as inbound states. For the fifth year in a row, the nation's capital was the leader of inbound moves, while Ohio came out clearly ahead in outbound moves. Indiana has been an outbound state for years.