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Mission man pleads guilty to killing infant son
A 22-year-old Mission man has acknowledged killing his 5-month-old son...
Tobacco tax targets Seminoles
A key state Senate committee passed a tobacco tax proposal Tuesday that would outlaw cheaper, untaxed cigarettes bought from reservation stores such as the popular Seminole Smoke S...
Court rules chairman’s salary not tax-exempt
Salary paid to the chairman of the Citizen Potawatomi Tribe does not come under the definition of funds specifically set aside for programming and is therefore subject to federal i...
Bridge idea is still alive
A proposal for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation to purchase land near the Arkansas River that may eventually lead to a new bridge connecting south Tulsa and Jenks is back on the table...
TV stations stop pro-bingo group's ads linking Riley to Choctaws
Several television stations have stopped running ads from a pro-bingo group that attempt to link Gov. Bob Riley to Choctaw tribal casinos in Mississippi...
Glendale council opposes Native American casino
The Glendale City Council voted Tuesday to adopt a resolution opposing plans for a casino near the Cardinals' stadium...
Miccosukee will keep fighting to stop Everglades bridge
Michelle Tirado, Today correspondent
MIAMI, Fla. – The federal government has filed a second motion to dismiss with the U.S. District Court – Southern District of Florida in a case that is preventing the U.S...
Cayuga, Seneca counties plan meeting to discuss Cayuga Indian Nation land trust
Cayuga and Seneca counties will hold an informational meeting on April 16 to update residents on the Cayuga Indian Nation's bid to have about 125 acres in both counties placed into...
Casino Enterprise Management Magazine Honors 2008 Great Women of Gaming
Casino Enterprise Management Magazine, the leading gaming industry trade publication and training event producer, named the winners of its 2008 Great Women of Gaming Awards, now in...
Gambling would financially help Florida, economists say
The state's top economists concluded Monday that a House plan to allow the Seminole Tribe the exclusive right to operate slot machines outside of Miami-Dade and Broward counties wo...
Navajos want to run river trips at the Grand Canyon
The Navajo Nation is lobbying for one of its businessmen to run coveted river trips through the Grand Canyon...
Tribes work on staff funding
Representatives of the Three Affiliated Tribes are working on funding to staff the new Elbowoods Memorial Health Center and also funding to build staff housing at the site...
Deal protects Rainier timberland
The Nisqually Land Trust has acquired 720 acres of timberland north of Ashland, in eastern Pierce County, dramatically expanding a critical wildlife buffer zone near the entrance t...
Body Found in Fort Hall
Investigators are trying to figure out what happened to a man found dead on the reservation...
One in five 4-year-olds obese, study says
A striking new study says almost 1 in 5 American 4-year-olds is obese, and the rate is alarmingly higher among American Indian children, with nearly a third of them obese...
Navajos lose US Supreme Court bid for higher coal royalties
The US Supreme Court in a unanimous opinion Monday ruled that the US government was not obligated to increase royalty payments for coal mined on Navajo Nation land...
New Mashpee Wampanoag leader: ‘We own the future’
Gale Courey Toensing
LAS VEGAS – Cedric Cromwell, the newly elected chairman of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe , is full of energy and optimism...
Bear Butte Mountain: A beautiful, sacred site in South Dakota
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
STURGIS, S.D. – Just outside Sturgis is the Sacred Mato Paha or Bear Butte Mountain. Bear Butte, a 4,426-foot mountain, rests on the northernmost part of the Black Hills...
Seneca Nation acquires radio station permit
Gale Courey Toensing
SENECA NATION, CATTARAUGUS TERRITORY – By the end of the year, Seneca Nation members and their neighboring communities could be waking up to the sound of Native music, news and inf...
Pretty Bird Woman House
A woman's shelter and education program on the Standing Rock Reservation.
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