In wake of the recent U.S. census, state and congressional legislative districts are being redrawn in Michigan and across the country.
Under state law, the casinos had to be built in an area defined as a city with a population of at least 800,000.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder said his administration is combing through the latest U.S. Census numbers for the state.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing said he will not accept the numbers being put forth by the Census.
Researchers says Southeast Michigan should brace itself for a loss when the U.S. Census Bureau releases results of state population growth and decline this week.
Battered by the downturn, America’s suburbs are bearing the brunt of poverty that has climbed to near-historic levels, creating strains on dwindling safety-net programs focusing mostly on the inner-city poor.
Newly released data shows a growing trend in Detroit — more whites are moving back into the city. Kurt Metzger of Data Driven Detroit says that, according to the latest figures, the number of whites in […]
The search by the booming North American population of Amish for affordable, fertile farmland has produced settlements in 28 states and Ontario — and has even led parties to scout recently for suitable properties in […]
U.S. Census Director Robert M. Groves is returning to the University of Michigan next week to give a report on the status of the 2010 national population count.