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8 of nation's 15 fastest-growing big cities in Texas

| |Thursday, Jun. 28, 2012

Bucking a national trend, Texas' suburbs grew faster than urban areas, the new Census numbers show.

1940 Census data will offer a clearer picture of who we were

| |Sunday, Mar. 25, 2012

Answers given 72 years ago in the 1940 Census will go online April 2, providing a revealing look at a momentous era.

Texas is tops in population growth

| |Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2011

Births account for much of the change, though the state continues to draw from other states and countries.

Fewer people move to new states, but Texas is still their top choice

| |Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011

Texas had a net gain of 74,917 people in 2010.

Tarrant has more boys than girls but more women than men, census finds

| |Friday, Aug. 19, 2011

The cluster of colleges in the area may help explain why women outnumber men by age 21.

Tarrant's go-go housing market dissolved into vacancies, Census shows

| |Thursday, Aug. 11, 2011

Figures released Thursday starkly illustrate the reverberations of the recession and the accompanying housing woes in some Tarrant County cities.

Tarrant County commissioners OK preliminary redistricting map

| |Tuesday, Aug. 02, 2011

A public hearing on the new map will be held Aug. 17.

Rural America continuing to shrink

| |Wednesday, Jul. 27, 2011

Populations in nonurban areas are the lowest ever, the census says.