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First Taco Bell in Indian Country Opens
Rare Sierra Nevada Fox Caught on Camera
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Bill expands state gambling venues
Arizonans could get new options for where to gamble under a proposal being advanced by a top Republican legislator...
Small town resisting prison on tribal land
Feuds between Indians and settlers go way back in Arizona history, but a burgeoning dispute near Tucson features a curious twist: The Native Americans are planning to build a priso...
Seized cigarettes pit tribe against tax commission
A federal judge has asked the Oklahoma Tax Commission not to stop Muscogee (Creek) Nation vehicles that are transporting tobacco until a judge can rule on part of a lawsuit filed a...
Annual Paiute powwow will feature dancing, drums, food and crafts
More than 200 American Indian dancers are expected to display their skill at the 21st annual Las Vegas Paiute Tribe Snow Mountain Pow Wow on Saturday...
Unalachtigo Band of Lenni Lenape seeks acknowledgment
Gale Courey Toensing
PHILADELPHIA – The chief of a tiny Indian tribe that is struggling for acknowledgment hobnobbed with some of the most experienced and high powered federal judges, telling his tribe...
6th annual Construction in Indian Country Conference May 19 – 20
Gale Courey Toensing
FORT MCDOWELL, Ariz. – The 6th annual Construction in Indian Country Conference took place at the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort May 19-20...
13 arrested in Kanesatake drug raids
Thirteen people were arrested Tuesday in connection with drug raids in Kanesatake, Que., that authorities say will put a dent in criminal activities on the Mohawk territory...
2 Disputed Indian Wampum Belts Pulled From Auction
Sotheby’s has removed two ceremonial Indian wampum belts from an auction scheduled for Wednesday following complaints by the Onondaga nation that the belts were part of their cultu...
Native American Tribe Protests Bill
A bill being considered in the Tennessee House and Senate has sparked controversy with a Native American tribe out of Oklahoma...
Cherry Creek teen who killed siblings in house fire sentenced to life in prison
Akeem Rolett Rooks was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison for sexually abusing a child, then intentionally setting a house fire that killed his 4-year-old sister and 2-year-old br...
FBI investigates deadly shooting on Nez Perce land
The FBI is investigating a fatal, officer involved shooting in north of Culdesac, Idaho. At least one person is dead, and another is hospitalized today...
Trust is the key to better fisheries management
Cooperative natural resources co-management at its best was displayed during this year’s North of Falcon process for setting Indian and non-Indian salmon fishing seasons in western...
Ramah Navajo Chapter Gets Recovery Funds
Northwestern New Mexico's Ramah Navajo Chapter is the first tribe in the nation to receive economic stimulus money for road repair. U.S...
BIZARRE FIND: Bones found in basement are believed to be three Native Americans.
Bones found in the basement of an Albany barbershop belong to three prehistoric American Indians, Delaware County Coroner Jim Clevenger said...
Native singers, orchestra create S. Dakota sound
The Dakota Chamber Orchestra plays its part of "Black Hills Olowan" - horns, winds and strings playing short, sharp sounds, making dense music...
Senate panel sets hearing on Indian land trusts
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is scheduled to hold a hearing tomorrow to examine the authority of the executive branch to take land into trust for Indian tribes...
A home for Indians' beloved fry bread
Indian fry bread, the puffy, plate-sized treat of powwows nationwide, is the ultimate American Indian comfort food — and the raison d'être of a long trail of Western roadside food ...
A winning profile
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
SELLS, Ariz. – What makes for a great workplace?...
‘Giving the Gift of Language’ reaches 800 students
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
NORMAN, Okla. – They came from the east side of Oklahoma to the west side – and then some...
Native Americans disproportionately affected by predatory lending
WASHINGTON – A new study found that predatory lending practices disproportionately affect Native American families...
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