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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Asian Americans make new push for L.A. council seats

     Asian Americans make new push for L.A. council seats
    Nearly 30 years ago, legislative aide Mike Woo shattered a barrier, becoming the first Asian American to win a seat on the Los Angeles City Council. The milestone was hailed as a sign that Asian Americans had finally come into their own on the local...
  • Chicago police stop black motorists more, ACLU finds

    Chicago police stop black motorists more, ACLU finds
    The Rev. Ira Acree says he was stopped at a red light on the West Side on a warm night this past summer when a Chicago police officer in a squad car suddenly cursed and shouted at him to pull over. The officer accused him of texting on his cell phone...
  • Humboldt Park, West Englewood have 2nd highest homicide toll

    Eighteen homicides were reported in Chicago in the last two weeks, with the Humboldt Park community area on the West Side recording three killings, the most of any Chicago community, a RedEye analysis of preliminary police data found. A 23-year-old man...
  • Homicides persist as fortunes sink on 116th Street in West Pullman

    Homicides persist as fortunes sink on 116th Street in West Pullman
    Jason Draper and his wife, Leonore, an anti-violence activist, were at an April fundraiser to raise awareness about gun crime when he decided to duck out early to grab some food and head home to rest. Leonore stayed behind to chat with her college...
  • Westmont voters may decide how to fund flood-control projects

    Westmont voters may decide how to fund flood-control projects
    A referendum question asking Westmont residents and taxpayers to fund various flood control projects will likely be on the April municipal election ballot. The exact question has not been decided, with options including funding the projects with a new 1...
  • West Pullman's 116th Street sees uptick in homicides

    West Pullman's 116th Street sees uptick in homicides
    Jason Draper and his wife Leonore, an anti-violence activist, were at an April fundraiser to raise awareness about gun crime when he decided to duck out early to grab some food and head home to rest. Leonore stayed behind to chat with her college...
  • Like your Bethlehem Township commissioner? You might not be able to vote to re-elect him

    Like your Bethlehem Township commissioner? Well, you might not be able to vote to re-elect him. A reapportionment plan under consideration in the township means some residents will find themselves voting in new polling places and for a different...
  • South Shore logs 1st double homicide of year

    Six homicides have been reported in Chicago this month, with the South Shore community area on the South Side recording the city's first double homicide of the year, a RedEye analysis of preliminary police data found. Two men, ages 18 and 19, were...
  • Robert B. Reich: Patrolling the boundaries inside America

    America is embroiled in an immigration debate that goes far beyond President Obama's executive order on undocumented immigrants. It goes to the heart of who "we" are. And it's roiling communities across the nation. In early November, school officials in...
  • How population growth affects Florida

    How population growth affects Florida
    Here's how Florida's recent population surge, making it the third largest state, has an impact: Congress: More residents mean more representation in the U.S. House. Florida's 17.6-percent growth in the 2010 Census brought two new House seats to the...
  • Chicago homicides down citywide in 2014 but some communities see uptick

    Chicago homicides down citywide in 2014 but some communities see uptick
    While Chicago saw a slight decrease in homicides in 2014, communities such as Humboldt Park—where gang recruitment has turned deadly—and Rogers Park saw a jump in slayings even as some South Side areas marked double-digit declines in killings,...