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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Whites moving to Detroit, city that epitomized white flight

    Whites are moving back to the American city that came to epitomize white flight, even as blacks continue to leave for the suburbs and the city's overall population shrinks. Detroit is the latest major city to see an influx of whites who may not find...
  • Rauner puts parts of agenda into bill form

    Rauner puts parts of agenda into bill form
    With just 10 days remaining in the spring legislative session, Gov. Bruce Rauner has finally put large parts of his so-called Turnaround Agenda into bill form, a move that follows months of criticism by Democrats who argued there was no way to vet his...
  • Charleston only West Virginia city with 50,000 population

    Charleston is hanging on as the only city in West Virginia with a population of more than 50,000, while Morgantown is now the state's third-largest city, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Census estimates released Thursday show Charleston had 50,404...
  • Census: Population of Charlotte now in excess of 800,000

    Charlotte, the largest city in the Carolinas, has a population in excess of 800,000, according to data released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau. In newly released population estimates for cities around the nation as of July 1 of last year, the...
  • Local Nepalese deal with double whammy of unrest and earthquake

    Local Nepalese deal with double whammy of unrest and earthquake
    A steady stream of customers rolls through the Medfield Mini Mart at Falls Road and Roland Heights Avenue on a humid Friday afternoon. One elderly man asks the store’s new owners, Nepali husband and wife Chandra and Chunne Bishwokarma, if they&...
  • Oak Forest seeks youth movement

    Oak Forest seeks youth movement
    Oak Forest is thinking young as it kicks off a marketing campaign aimed at attracting younger home buyers to the city. A combination of social media as well as ads at Metra stations and Chicago Transit Authority stops will be used to steer those...
  • Survey: Small Businesses Support State-Run 401(k) Accounts

    A survey sponsored by AARP of businesses with 50 or fewer employees found that 60 percent of managers and owners support the idea of a state-run universal 401(k) plan. The legislature created a Retirement Security Board last year to study how payroll...
  • Tornadoes hit Iowa, Texas, South Dakota as thunderstorms drench Midwest

    Tornadoes hit Iowa, Texas, South Dakota as thunderstorms drench Midwest
    Severe weather continued to grip much of the nation's midsection Sunday, with thunderstorms and tornadoes keeping residents on watch. A tornado touched down in Iowa and was heading toward Lake City on Sunday evening. The town of about 1,700 is about...
  • Dark money, taxpayer money, flow in redistricting lawsuits

    RICHMOND – In the high-dollar lawsuits that ultimately shape election maps in Virginia and across the country, there's often no telling where all of the money comes from. Taxpayers are expected to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to private...
  • Blacks still top Compton's homicide rolls, despite demographic change

    Blacks still top Compton's homicide rolls, despite demographic change
    Since their 13-year-old son, Draysean Earl, was gunned down six years ago in Compton, his parents have paid close attention to the news when someone else is killed. Each year, they hold a march on May 5, the day of the shooting , and each year it...
  • 26 million consumers lack credit history, bureau finds

    26 million consumers lack credit history, bureau finds
    About 1 in 10 Americans have no credit history, according to a new report. The report, released this week by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, found that 26 million Americans are "credit invisible," meaning they have no credit history with a...