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Apache County experiencing few problems
Gale Courey Toensing
ST. JOHN’S, APACHE COUNTY, Ariz. – By 2 p.m. local time, half of the ballots in Apache County had already been used...
Making history – Election coverage in California
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
Early risers find long lines CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif...
Making history – Election coverage in Florida
Michelle Tirado, Today correspondent
Long lines yet few glitches reported in Florida MIAMI – Despite almost two weeks of early voting, the lines at Florida polling sites, especially those in large metro areas, have be...
Making history - Election coverage in Oklahoma
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
Greetings from Norman, Oklahoma Where the votes are sweeping ’cross the plains! NORMAN, Okla...
Making history – Election coverage in Colorado
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
Early morning voters beat the lines DENVER – For a city in a battleground state, it looks tranquil just before 7 a.m...
MTV's Street Teams provide all day coverage
Think MTV has its Street Teams throughout the country today reporting on the Presidential Election...
11/04/08 - Two men allegedly beat officer in Cape Coral
Two men have been charged with felony battery on an off-duty Seminole tribal police officer in Cape Coral on Halloween night...
11/04/08 - Firefighter dies in Orleans Bridge fall
A 20-year-old Happy Camp man died Sunday afternoon in an apparent accidental fall from the Orleans Bridge, officials said...
Making history - Election coverage in Virginia
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
Early voter turnout in Virginia VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – As expected, voters turned out in droves in Virginia on this historic Election Day...
11/04/08 - Father of 2 girls who froze to death pleads guilty
A man from Saskatchewan's Yellow Quill First Nation has pleaded guilty to criminal negligence causing death for allowing his two young daughters to freeze to death in a snowy field...
Making history - Election coverage in Montana
Adrian Jawort, Today correspondent
Montana Natives coordinate to back Obama Tom Daschle tells Natives, ‘You have the power!’ Billings, Mont...
11/04/08 - Lummi incumbents sweep election
Four incumbents on the 11-member Lummi Indian Business Council were reelected to three-year terms in balloting conducted Saturday, Nov. 1...
11/04/08 - Indian ex-governor on trial
The governor of the Indian Township Passamaquoddy Tribe testified against his predecessor in U.S. District Court on Monday as the jury trial of Robert L...
11/04/08 - Questions surround proposed casino near Needles
In an ambitious push to amass a gambling empire in three states, the Fort Mojave Band of Indians has proposed building its latest gaming facility in California...
11/04/08 - Swift foxes released on tribal lands
Last week, 40 swift foxes were released by the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe in an attempt to re-establish a population on the Lower Brule Indian Reservation and surrounding area...
11/04/08 - Supreme Court case interests local tribes
Oregon tribes, including the Confederate Tribes of Grand Ronde, are keeping a close eye on a U.S. Supreme Court case that involves a plot of land 3,000 miles away...
NCAI: Problems at the polls?
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – As the 2008 presidential race headed into its final stretch, the National Congress of American Indians has partnered with dozens of justice, community and media groups...
Student development conference coming to University of Idaho
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
MOSCOW, Idaho – An American Indian student development conference is scheduled for Nov. 19 – 20 at the University of Idaho...
NCAI passes record number of resolutions
Gale Courey Toensing
PHOENIX – From federal recognition to turning fee lands into trust lands, from truth-in-labeling to a task force on tribal taxation and dozens of issues in between, the National Co...
Charter school tailored for Tohono O’odham succeeds
Rhonda Bodfield, Arizona Daily Star
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) – In one Tohono O’odham story, there was a boy whose mother loved to play toka, an Indian game akin to field hockey...
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