City of Houston wins protest over 2010 census
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- The City of Houston has proved the 2010 census left out a few hundred residents when calculating the bayou city's population.
The city won its appeal of the census numbers, which showed Houston's population just below 2.1 million. After reviewing documentation, the Census Bureau agreed to revise the final count.
The city council had already created two new council districts, based on estimates that the population was above 2.1 million.
- Police impersonator sexually assaults woman 4 min ago
- Police: Woman tried to abduct boy walking to school 28 min ago
- HFD vehicle involved in deadly accident
- ABC13 gets exclusive tour of home after drug bust
- Live: Watch Eyewitness News live now
- Neighbors forced to pull up community garden
- Officer fatally shoots burglary suspect
- Arrested partiers claim Galveston police went too far
- HPD officer involved in northeast Houston crash
- Fire engulfs northeast Houston home
- Obama imposes sanctions over Ukraine crisis
- Man to be tried as adult for deadly childhood attack
- Two arrested in deadly hit-and-run on FM 1960
- Woman asleep in Bieber's rented home arrested