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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Settlement of IMPD minority lawsuit pending

    Settlement of IMPD minority lawsuit pending
    Fox59 News has learned that Public Safety Director Frank Straub is seeking support of the Fraternal Order of Police to settle a lawsuit filed by black police officers claiming discrimination in IMPD promotions practices. The lawsuit dates back to...
  • Black population drops 24% in Pasadena

    Nearly one-quarter of Pasadena’s African American residents left the city in the last 10 years, replaced mostly by Asians and Pacific Islanders, according to 2010 Census figures. A lack of affordable housing and shifts in the real estate market...
  • Survey: More cell phones in the U.S. than people

    Survey: More cell phones in the U.S. than people
    There are now so many wireless devices in service in the United States that there are actually more of them than people. CTIA, which represents the wireless telecommunications industry, reported Tuesday there were 327 million active wireless...
  • Emanuel mounting challenge to census showing dip of 200K Chicago residents

    Emanuel mounting challenge to census showing dip of 200K Chicago residents
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel is mounting a challenge to 2010 U.S. Census estimates that Chicago lost about 200,000 residents. Big city mayors regularly contest the once-a-decade census results, which determine how much federal funding flows to different parts of...
  • What you need to know before the May primary

    What you need to know before the May primary
    Monday, April 9 is the statewide voter registration deadline. If you are new to Indianapolis or have recently moved or changed your name, you need to update your registration records by the deadline. Plus, 17-year-olds who will be 18 on or before November...
  • City Life: If a school fell on the Westside, would the school board notice?

    If I write a column that mentions Costa Mesa's City Council or the local employee union, I'm guaranteed an online response of at least eight fired-up readers. Most of the comments are emotional — and less than factual — but that is...
  • Mayoral race takes bilingual turn in week leading up to election

    Mayoral race takes bilingual turn in week leading up to election
    The mayoral race is taking a bilingual turn in the week leading up to the election. There are currently two advertisements airing on WSYW 810 AM and WEDJ FM Radio Latina Indianapolis. The stations are considered sister stations. According to the General...
  • Community Commentary: Costa Mesa needs to follow business model

    Why is it that one city has low crime, good schools and a top quality of life for its residents and a city next door is just the opposite? It's not the police, the teachers or the city employees who make the biggest difference in cities; it is the...
  • Election 2012: Democrats, Republicans offer clear choice on taxes

     Election 2012: Democrats, Republicans offer clear choice on taxes
    At the center of the fall campaigns, from the presidential race on down, is whether to extend all or some of President George W. Bush's temporary tax cuts which are set to expire at the end of the year. President Barack Obama wants the Bush-tax cuts to...
  • Fairfield's History Starts on East Coast

    Fairfield's History Starts on East Coast
    Fairfield’s history started over 150 years ago and on the other side of the country in Fairfield, Connecticut, which was the hometown of Captain Robert H. Waterman. After sailing around the world five times, he and his wife decided to move to the...
  • Glendale's population ranking to drop a notch

    Glendale's population ranking to drop a notch
    Move over Glendale — Santa Clarita is set to take over the title of third most populous city in Los Angeles County. On Wednesday, a county commission in charge of annexing unincorporated land approved adding seven more communities to Santa...
  • Governor Supports Wage Fairness on "Equal Pay Day"

    Governor Supports Wage Fairness on "Equal Pay Day"
    Gov. Rick Snyder issued the following statement Tuesday in observance of "Equal Pay Day," which raises public awareness of the wage gap between men and women. In the statement, Gov. Snyder says, "Equal pay for women is a must if we are to achieve true...