1/22/09
As talk at the State House returns to casinos, a grass-roots group is mobilizing, hoping to ensure that legislators keep the region's needs in mind when they consider legalized gam...
1/21/09
Western Shoshone tribal members packed a Reno courtroom Tuesday, trying to persuade a federal judge to halt at least part of a huge gold mine they claim would desecrate a sacred la...
1/21/09
Chief Marie, 89, was the last person to speak this tribal tongue, which she learned from her parents as a little girl. She was also the last full-blooded Eyak...
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
1/21/09
LAWRENCE, Kan. – Ask Dr. Dee Ann DeRoin what the most pressing health issue is among Native women and you may be a bit surprised by her response...
Shannon Burns, Today correspondent
1/21/09
While the widespread issue of Native American transracial adoptions isn’t a new issue to Indian country, the published non-fiction book “Native American Transracial Adoptees Tell T...
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
1/21/09
MAYETTA, Kan...
1/21/09
Plans to rebury 600 American Indian remains are in limbo because the state says it needs to re-inventory the remains and find a tribe to claim them...
1/21/09
It's not news that salmon populations have declined drastically. Last year, regulators voted to ban all salmon fishing along the Pacific coast of California and Oregon...
1/21/09
About 230 workers at Colville Indian Plywood and Veneer were laid off on Friday, and will remain without work for an indefinite period, until the plywood market rebounds, officials...
Rob Capriccioso
1/21/09
WASHINGTON – No one knows for certain whether President Barack Obama will show up for the 11th official American Indian Inaugural Ball, but planners said in the days leading up to ...

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