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Maps, stats, numbers and more. Data comes alive as we dig deep into neighborhood numbers for stories and more.

Logan Square »

Hispanics have left former enclaves, blacks have moved out, and more Asians have moved in.

Portage Park »

Portage Park has lost more than 8,000 Polish residents — more than 40 percent — since 2000.  

Downtown »

The Downtown area gained 39,000 homes since 2000, census data shows. The rest of Chicago lost 1,000.

Downtown »

The Loop and South Loop are the fastest growing neighborhoods, and that won't change anytime soon. 

Uptown »

Often stolen from CTA stops and areas near the lakefront, these bikes are nearly impossible to recover.

Lincoln Park »

DNAinfo analyzed and mapped out more than 15,000 bike thefts reported since 2010.

West Loop »

Earlier this year, thousands of DNAinfo readers shared their riding preferences. Here are the results.

Edgewater »

The polls have closed; follow the live election results from the hottest races.

Rogers Park »

Bernie Sanders might have more donations from Chicago, but Hillary Clinton has raised way more money.

Garfield Park »

The report finds that when it comes to things like unemployment, Chicago splits right down the middle.

Woodlawn »

The city has 530 vacant lots around Chicago where crews store snow.

Albany Park »

The results from our "Draw Your Neighborhood" project are now available on GitHub.

River North »

Census data shows that Downtown is a hotbed for living alone — and developers are noticing.

Albany Park »

Median rent prices are way up, making it difficult for some people to afford a roommate-free place.