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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • House passes new maps

    A House of Delegates panel quickly and unanimously passed a new set of redistricting maps on Monday following Gov. Bob McDonnell's veto of the first attempt late last week. The House Privileges and Elections Committee met early Monday and approved a...
  • Is Virginia on verge of a racial battle over voting?

    One Hundred and fifty years after the first shots of the Civil War, there's a looming battle over race in Virginia with the potential to turn ugly. The Republican-controlled House of Delegates and the Democrat-led Senate are already at odds over how to...
  • Frisco Bar Owners Awaiting Final Census Numbers

    Frisco Bar Owners Awaiting Final Census Numbers
    Frisco resident, Camara Cargile, says she'd like her neighborhood bars to have the option of serving her alcohol until 2 a.m. "It hits about 11:4, and they're doing last call, and we have to get in our cars and drive to an opposing city," said Frisco...
  • 2010 Census shows Indiana is growing

    2010 Census shows Indiana is growing
    The 2010 U.S. Census numbers are out and they are showing Indiana as a growing state. The population for Indianapolis last year was 903,000 people, compared to 860,000 10 years ago. Several surrounding communities also made big population gains. Carmel...
  • 2010 Census results released, Indiana's population booms

    2010 Census results released, Indiana's population booms
    A top secret census disc containing reams of information on Indiana's census results arrived via FedEx at 9:38 a.m. Thursday morning to the State Research Center downtown. The disc was one of 22 delivered to state offices including Indiana Mitch...
  • New census data show Chicago population decline

    New census data show Chicago population decline
    Chicago has 200,000 fewer citizens than it did 10 years ago, the U.S. Census Bureau said today as it released population figures gathered in the 2010 census for the city, region and state of Illinois. The city’s population when census workers...
  • Grandparents 'parenting' by the numbers

    Updated information from the 2010 Census is not yet available, but the U.S. government conducts American Community Surveys to provide one-year estimates. The following information is from the American Community Survey for the Chicago-Naperville-Joliet,...
  • Minorities Drove Texas Growth, Census Figures Show

    Minorities Drove Texas Growth, Census Figures Show
    The Texas Tribune Minorities Drove Texas Growth, Census Figures Show by Ross Ramsey, Matt Stiles, Julian Aguilar and Ryan Murphy, The Texas Tribune The state's explosive growth during the past...
  • Neighborhood population drain

    Neighborhood population drain
    Chicago's central core grew increasingly vibrant during the past decade, as young professionals filled new condominiums in the Loop and surrounding neighborhoods, taking advantage of trendy restaurants and nightspots. But vast swaths of the city didn't...
  • Diversity still a problem for Burbank police

    Diversity still a problem for Burbank police
    As another discrimination lawsuit against the Burbank Police Department heads to trial — this time for a female officer alleging she was subjected to verbal harassment because of her gender, ethnicity, marital status and pregnancy — recent...
  • Tribe Providing $25K Matching Grant to Charity

    Tribe Providing $25K Matching Grant to Charity
    An organization aimed at reducing poverty has announced a $25,000 matching grant, made possible by a local American-indian tribe. The Kalamazoo Poverty Reduction Initiative (PRI) announced the Gun Lake Tribe has said they will match contributions to...
  • York County DUI Court expanding thanks to new grants

    York County DUI Court expanding thanks to new grants
    York County has been awarded two grants totaling more than $1 million for efforts to expand and enhance the York County Court of Common Pleas' DUI Court. DUI Court was established in 2010 as a pilot program to reduce recidivism and save taxpayer...