U.S. Census Bureau Resumes Field Operations in Collin, Denton and Tarrant CountyThe Census Bureau will deliver 2020 Census invitations and paper questionnaires at the front doors of roughly 5.1 million stateside households and in Denton County.
2020 Census Looking To Hire Thousands More In North Texas: 'We Need People To Apply'You can go online to apply or text TEXASJOBS to 313131, and they’ll send the application right to your phone.
3rd Judge Blocks Trump Administration's 2020 Census Citizenship QuestionA third federal judge has blocked the Trump administration from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
Judge: Census Citizenship Question Threatens U.S. DemocracyJudge says the Trump administration's decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census "threatens the very foundation of our democratic system".
Trial Set To Begin In Dispute Over Census Citizenship QueryA federal judge is poised to hear evidence from critics of a Commerce Department decision to put a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
ACLU Sues Over Plans For Citizenship Question On 2020 CensusCivil rights lawyers have sued the U.S. Commerce Department to stop plans to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
2020 Census To Add Question On Citizenship StatusThe Commerce Department says the 2020 U.S. Census will include a question about citizenship status, a move that brought a swift negative response.
Rate Of Texans Without Health Insurance Falls, Still Tops U.S.The number of people without health insurance in Texas continues to decline, but the state still has more residents without coverage than anywhere in the nation.
McKinney Named As One Of Fastest Growing Cities In CountryMcKinney and Frisco are now two of the three fastest growing cities in America.
Fastest Growing U.S. Cities Are In South; 4 Of Top 5 In TexasTen of the 15 fastest-growing cities with populations of 50,000 or more were spread across the South in 2016, with four of the top five found in Texas.
Report: Fewer Immigrants Without Status Since 2009The number of immigrants in the U.S. illegally fell to 11 million for the first time since 2009, largely because of a drop-off in the number of Mexicans without legal status, according to a study released Tuesday.