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MMIW: A Comprehensive Report
Northern Cheyenne vs. Big Coal
Cop Shoots, Kills Native Woman
Juneau: And the Campaign Goes On
Coos Bay Tribes to Add Dental Therapists
Victim of Hit-and-Run: 'Joy to Be Alive'
Malpractice Alleged at IHS Hospitals
Obama’s Indian Country Budget
Indigenous Woman Elected in B.C.
KivaSun Launches Bison Jerky
When Is it Right to Disenroll Indians?
COINTELPRO, Cherokee Freedmen & Survival
St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Ryan Hensley
Fall Chinook 3rd Record Snake River Run
Pronghorns Reintroduced to Colville Rez
Wab Kinew Runs for Office
Red Horse Is Cracking the Custer Façade
Simmons: Racism, Failing School Systems
Navajo Suit Against Urban Outfitters
KivaSun Distributes Bison Through FDPIR
Thing About Skins
3 Missing in Heavily Native Sitka, Alaska After Torrential Rains, Landslides
The city of Sitka, home of a few thousand Native Alaskans, has declared a state of emergency after three people went missing in the wake of landslides and a sinkhole caused by heav...
Deluge Causes Flooding, Mudslides, State of Emergency on Quinault Reservation
Beset by two straight days of heavy rain that caused flooding, landslides, culvert failures and washouts, and a potentially compromised sewage treatment plant, the Quinault Indian ...
Disasters and Triumphs: 10 Major Environmental Stories in Indian Country During 2014
The 10 most prominent environmental stories of 2014 constituted a wide range of events—extreme weather, natural disasters, major administrative decisions and potent activism...
Slip-Sliding Into Past: Washington's Deadly Landslide Had Ancient Roots
The roots of the devastating March 2014 landslide in Oso, Washington were laid in a 2006 slide, which itself had its origins in legions of ancient slides that had come before, over...
Tulalip Fundraiser Helps People Begin to Heal in Washington Landslide
TULALIP, Washington—It was April 5, 14 days after the massive landslide in the nearby community of Oso, and it was painfully apparent that no more survivors would emerge from the m...
President Declares Major Disaster in Oso, Washington as Landslide Deaths Reach 29
President Barack Obama declared a major disaster for the region of Washington State decimated by the March 22 landslide, which at last count had killed 29 people, with 19 still mis...
Native Landslide Survivor Describes Devastating Wall of Mud; Missing Reduced to 30
Wind and rain over the weekend have been hampering recovery efforts in the one-square-mile debris field that used to be Oso, Washington before it was obliterated by March 22's deva...
Snoqualmie Indian Tribe Donates $275,000 to Landslide Relief
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe has donated $275,000 to landslide relief efforts, giving $50,000 each to the Darrington, Arlington and Oso fire departments, as well as to the Red Cross...
Tribes Assist Landslide Relief Effort With Personnel, Donations and Prayers
As the death toll from last Saturday’s devastating landslide in Oso, Washington climbed to 16 and a heartbreaking 90 people remained unaccounted for, Northwest tribes stepped forwa...
At Least 108 Could Be Missing in Washington State Landslide Near Sauk-Suiattle Territory
As many as 108 people could be missing after a March 22 landslide killed at least eight people, injured seven and destroyed about 30 homes, authorities said on Monday March 24...
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