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Navajo Nation pays tribute to slain officer with suspect in custody Navajo Nation pays tribute to slain officer with suspect in custody (03/17)
Houston Largo, 27, had only been on the force for five years but was remembered as someone who always went beyond the call of duty.
Authorities investigate after infant remains found on Navajo Nation Authorities investigate after infant remains found on Navajo Nation (03/16)
The remains were found near Ganado, on the Arizona portion of the reservation.
Indian lawmaker charged in child prostitution case in Oklahoma Indian lawmaker charged in child prostitution case in Oklahoma (03/16)
Sen. Ralph Shortey (R), who is Rosebud Sioux, was allegedly found in a motel on March 9 with a 17-year-old male.
Native Sun News Today: Ex-Indian Health Service doctor charged for abuse of minor Native Sun News Today: Ex-Indian Health Service doctor charged for abuse of minor (03/16)
A former Indian Health Service pediatrician stationed at the Pine Ridge Service Unit was charged with sexual abuse crimes against a minor.
Native Sun News Today: Tribes promise fight against Keystone XL Native Sun News Today: Tribes promise fight against Keystone XL (03/15)
'The Dakota Access Pipeline resistance was just the preseason,' South Dakota Sen. Kevin Killer (D) said.
Options dwindling for tribes as Dakota Access prepares to move oil Options dwindling for tribes as Dakota Access prepares to move oil (03/13)
As thousands of Native citizens and allies participated in a historic march and rally to the White House, the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe was escalating a lawsuit in federal court.
Navajo Nation mourning loss of police officer killed in line of duty Navajo Nation mourning loss of police officer killed in line of duty (03/13)
Houston James Largo, 27, was shot while responding to a domestic violence call on the New Mexico portion of the reservation.
Eric Hannel: Removing Indian children is a big business for some Eric Hannel: Removing Indian children is a big business for some (03/13)
Financial Incentive Greater Than Violations of Indian Child Welfare Act.
Native Sun News Today: Tribes resume fight against Keystone XL permit in South Dakota Native Sun News Today: Tribes resume fight against Keystone XL permit in South Dakota (03/13)
Controversial pipeline would transport foreign oil, made with foreign steel, to foreign countries.
Native citizens rally in nation's capital to send message to Donald Trump Native citizens rally in nation's capital to send message to Donald Trump (03/10)
The large crowd braved wind, rain and even some snow to show the nation's president that Native people are still here and are still fighting.
Dakota Access defends effort to keep oil spill documents secret Dakota Access defends effort to keep oil spill documents secret (03/09)
The wealthy backers of the pipeline keep bringing up the possibility for 'wrongdoers' to damage the controversial project.
Native Sun News Today: Water protectors take Dakota Access fight to D.C. Native Sun News Today: Water protectors take Dakota Access fight to D.C. (03/09)
With throngs headed to Washington, D.C., journalists received an answer to their plea to drop court claims against colleagues who were arrested for covering the Dakota Access Pipeline.
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe files another land-into-trust application St. Regis Mohawk Tribe files another land-into-trust application (03/08)
The tribe has submitted applications for more than 218 acres in a land claim area in New York.
Guilty pleas for murder and assault charges on Crow Reservation Guilty pleas for murder and assault charges on Crow Reservation (03/08)
A non-Indian man admitted he shot and killed a Crow couple and shot and wounded the couple's daughter.
Water agency dealt setback in challenge to Bureau of Indian Affairs rule Water agency dealt setback in challenge to Bureau of Indian Affairs rule (03/07)
It's been a bad day in court for a local government entity in southern California.
Agua Caliente Band wins major decision on rights to groundwater Agua Caliente Band wins major decision on rights to groundwater (03/07)
A federal appeals court sided with the southern California tribe in the critical first stage of the case.
Advocates open StrongHearts Native Helpline for Native survivors Advocates open StrongHearts Native Helpline for Native survivors (03/07)
Callers can receive culturally-relevant and confidential assistance at 1-844-7NATIVE (1-844-762-8483) Monday through Friday, from 9am to 5:30pm Central time.
Judge refuses to halt Dakota Access as pipeline nears completion Judge refuses to halt Dakota Access as pipeline nears completion (03/07)
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe suffered a legal setback with the controversial project just days away from being finished.
Dakota Access revises timeline after making 'very good progress' Dakota Access revises timeline after making 'very good progress' (03/06)
The pipeline is due to be laid under the Missouri River by the end of the week in anticipation of oil flowing as soon as next week.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe leads Native Nations Rise march in Washington Standing Rock Sioux Tribe leads Native Nations Rise march in Washington (03/06)
The event culminates with a march from the headquarters of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to the White House.
Ruling expected this week on injunction against Dakota Access Ruling expected this week on injunction against Dakota Access (03/06)
The outcome comes as tribes and activists are in Washington, D.C., for Native Nations Rise.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Sixties Scoop survivors win long battle with court decision Doug George-Kanentiio: Sixties Scoop survivors win long battle with court decision (03/06)
The Canadian government took an active role in ripping the children from their families resulting in psychological, spiritual and physical harm.
Adrian Jawort: Indian families still seeking justice for loved ones Adrian Jawort: Indian families still seeking justice for loved ones (03/06)
‘Getting away with murder on the rez’ is too common a phrase as seen in Steven Bearcrane-Cole death.
Senate confirms Dakota Access ally to lead Energy Department Senate confirms Dakota Access ally to lead Energy Department (03/02)
Former Texas governor Rick Perry was paid by the two firms building the controversial pipeline and owns stock in them.
Dakota Access trying to keep oil spill documents from tribes and public Dakota Access trying to keep oil spill documents from tribes and public (03/02)
The wealthy backers of the controversial pipeline don't want the public to see documents related to oil spills.
Eric Hannel: South Dakota county removes Indian children at an alarming rate Eric Hannel: South Dakota county removes Indian children at an alarming rate (03/02)
Indian children are being removed in Pennington County, SD at an alarming rate.
North Dakota gains financially with completion of Dakota Access North Dakota gains financially with completion of Dakota Access (03/02)
The $110 million in taxes are more than enough to account for the $22 million that Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-North Dakota) said was spent on law enforcement in the past few months.
Montana county complains about costs of policing the reservation Montana county complains about costs of policing the reservation (03/01)
Officials in Lake County says Public Law 280 isn't working out anymore.
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe waits for ruling on Dakota Access injunction Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe waits for ruling on Dakota Access injunction (02/28)
Construction crews continue work on the final portion of the controversial pipeline in North Dakota.
Allakaket Tribe banishes four people suspected of dealing meth Allakaket Tribe banishes four people suspected of dealing meth (02/28)
Four men -- two tribal citizens and two non-citizens -- were flown out of the village in Alaska on the tribe's dime.
Acoma Pueblo in agreement to host $160M medical greenhouse Acoma Pueblo in agreement to host $160M medical greenhouse (02/28)
Marijuana could be growing on the New Mexico tribe's reservation later this year.
Peter d'Errico: Yankton Sioux Tribe battles Dakota Access in court Peter d'Errico: Yankton Sioux Tribe battles Dakota Access in court (02/28)
In one of the most insightful analyses of facts and strategy on resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline, the author applauds Yankton Sioux’s complaint that the U.S. Has violated Article VI of the Constitution.
Sioux Nation citizens seek to join Dakota Access Pipeline lawsuit Sioux Nation citizens seek to join Dakota Access Pipeline lawsuit (02/27)
The 13 citizens, a group that includes LaDonna Brave Bull Allard, are seeking to add President Donald Trump to the ongoing case.
Dakota Access files another status update on construction work Dakota Access files another status update on construction work (02/27)
Oil could be flowing as soon as March 6 as the wealthy backers seek to complete their pipeline amid legal challenges.
Trump administration rolls over for energy firms on Indian land Trump administration rolls over for energy firms on Indian land (02/27)
The so-called 'war on coal' is coming to an end thanks to the new Republican occupant of the White House.

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