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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • 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...
  • White babies not the majority anymore

    White babies not the majority anymore
    U.S. minorities now represent more than half of America's population under the age of 1, the Census Bureau said, a historic demographic milestone with profound political, economic and social implications. The bureau -- defining a minority as anyone who...
  • Grapes Pre-date Cityhood in Lodi

    Grapes Pre-date Cityhood in Lodi
    You know you’re a great city when Credence Clearwater Revival writes a song about you, which is the case for Lodi. However, Lodi wasn’t always called that. When the train was slated to come in 1869, the town was originally named “...
  • Trayvon Martin's death reminds Sanford of history of racial tension

    Trayvon Martin's death reminds Sanford of history of racial tension
    In almost any community, the shooting death of a black teen by a white crime-watch volunteer would raise accusations of racism. But this one occurred in Sanford, a city that has struggled with racial tensions for a century. Much of that tension stems...
  • 'Long shot' chance proves lifesaving

    La Misión is a small, coastal Baja town. Well, actually, in reality three small communities make up the larger area called La Misión, population 920, according to the 2010 census. Most of the roads are dirt. There isn't a single stoplight, though there...
  • Texas federal court settles redistricting map case, but fighting continues

    Texas federal court settles redistricting map case, but fighting continues
    Redrawing Congressional voting district maps is never easy. But in Texas, in the midst of this election year, the already contentious process has been made even more volatile with its mix of race and politics. When 2010 Census numbers showed that Texas's...
  • Federal program helps job seekers

    A man who could no longer find construction jobs and a woman who hadn’t worked since 2007 are just two area residents who have benefited from a new federal program aimed at disabled job seekers — thousands of whom live in the greater Burbank-...
  • Expo Reaches Out To 50,000 Living In Poverty

    Expo Reaches Out To 50,000 Living In Poverty
    According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Kalamazoo County has almost 50,000 people living below the poverty line.  Within the city limits, Kalamazoo has a higher percentage of people living in poverty than Detroit.  Jeff Brown, Executive Director of Kalamazoo...
  • Hundreds Flock to Job Fair for Employment

    Hundreds Flock to Job Fair for Employment
    Kalamazoo has one of the nation's worst poverty rates per capita. That`s according to 2010 U.S. Census data. To combat this epidemic, Mount Zion Baptist church held a job fair. “It`s a great opportunity to look for better work,” fair...
  • Community Commentary: Student success rests on many factors

    A few years ago, I wrote a column in this newspaper regarding Hugo Rubio, a sweet boy who used to alternate between Spanish and English to communicate with his sister and his parents at home. Hugo is now 11, and his English is more dominant than his...