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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Stinson Beach water board approves rationing plan

    Stinson Beach water board approves rationing plan
    The water district board in Marin County's Stinson Beach has approved a rationing plan months in the making that would give residents in the vacationers' haven an edge over owners of seasonal rental properties. On Saturday, board members of the...
  • In riot-hit Ferguson, traffic fines boost tension and budget

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - When calm and order is finally restored to Ferguson, Missouri, the city's leaders may find little room to maneuver to resolve an issue that has long inflamed racial tensions: traffic tickets. On the surface it would seem an easy...
  • Chicago sees uptick in female homicide victims

    Three women were among the 11 people shot and killed in Chicago in the past week, representing an uptick in female homicide victims, a RedEye analysis of preliminary police data found. An 84-year-old woman was fatally shot Tuesday in the 900 block of...
  • Best cars for city drivers

    Best cars for city drivers
    From squeezing between a Dumpster and a wall to holding your breath as a bus hard stops at your bumper, cities can be an automotive minefield. And cars are often the casualties. Need proof? Look no further than auto insurance rates. A 40-year-old male...
  • California expands lead soil testing area near Exide plant in Vernon

    California expands lead soil testing area near Exide plant in Vernon
    State regulators have greatly expanded the area of homes, schools and parks that will be tested for lead-tainted soil near a troubled battery recycling plant in Vernon. California toxic waste regulators blame air pollution from the Exide Technologies...
  • Photographer aims to document every Native American tribe in U.S.

    Photographer aims to document every Native American tribe in U.S.
    The Seattle photographer Matika Wilbur has a little exercise she encourages new acquaintances to perform. Do a Google image search for the term "Native American" and see what comes up. The first result on a recent attempt is a grainy, sepia-toned...
  • North Carolina museum makes history with LGBT exhibit

    North Carolina museum makes history with LGBT exhibit
    The Levine Museum of the New South, in Charlotte, N.C., recently unveiled a history exhibit that is in itself historic for the state and part of a larger national trend. Called "LGBTQ Perspectives on Equality," the show is a combination of exhibits...
  • Shooting of black teen highlights racial divide in Missouri town

    FERGUSON Mo (Reuters) - The fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, on Saturday, and subsequent violent protests, highlight a stubborn racial divide in a St Louis suburb that has struggled to build healthy relations between...
  • Englewood logs 11th homicide this year

    Englewood on Monday logged its 11th homicide of the year, a RedEye analysis of preliminary police data found. A 26-year-old man was shot to death in the 7100 block of South Green Street, police said. Englewood, which had about 30,600 residents counted...
  • READER SUBMITTED: West Hartford Staples And New Country Host School Supply Drive

    New Country MINI Cooper, in partnership with Staples in West Hartford and Family Services of Hartford Public Schools, will dispatch a MINI Cooper motorcade to the Staples store parking lot to be stuffed with desperately needed new school supplies for...
  • Ferguson unrest reflects decades of racial tension in St. Louis area

    The roots of the racial unrest that has racked Ferguson, Mo., this week go back more than a century in a region that has had one foot planted in the Midwest and another in the South, historians and sociologists say. "The St. Louis metropolitan area...