Rosenda Strong, a Native mother of four, went missing on the Yakama Nation in October 2018.
After a blockbuster season in which tribal treaties have been front and center, it looks like the Supreme Court is taking a little break from Indian Country.
Two citizens of the Yakama Nation have been charged in connection with deadly shootings on the reservation in Washington state.
Five people were killed on the Yakama Nation, with four people arrested in connection with the murders.
It's been more than six months since oral arguments in a closely-watched tribal case but who's counting?
Justice Neil Gorsuch has helped tribes win in two cases so far. He's locked out of a third but experts are sensing a sea change on the nation's highest court.
The nation's highest court has once again sided with Indian Country in a treaty rights case.
For the fifth time, the U.S. Supreme Court has affirmed Yakama Nation rights under the 1855 treaty with the United States.
The Yakama Nation is celebrating after the tribe's treaty rights were confirmed by the highest court in the land.
Chairman JoDe Goudy of the Yakama Nation was barred from the Supreme Court because he was wearing a headdress.
Federal Indian law traces back to a religious doctrine that treats indigenous peoples as inferior, as 'heathens' and 'infidels.'
Opposition in Indian Country wasn't enough to derail President Trump's controversial nominee to the Supreme Court.
Republicans in the Senate are moving forward with a final vote on Brett Kavanaugh after receiving the results of an FBI investigation.
With a high-stakes nomination in doubt, the Supreme Court is preparing for a term that's already going to be a busy one for tribal interests.
The state of Washington isn't waiting on the federal government to do something about the Native women who go missing every year.
The Supreme Court might get a new justice soon but it's not clear whether Brett Kavanaugh understands tribes and their issues.
A tobacco manufacturer on the Yakama Nation is on the hook for almost $58 million in federal taxes after losing a treaty rights case.
The nation's highest court won't be letting Indian Country rest over the summer.
The Yakama Nation is commemorating the 163rd anniversary of its treaty amid doubts raised by the Trump administration.
The Yakama Warriors Association finally has a place to call home on the reservation in Washington.
After seven months, the Trump administration has finally provided its views in a closely-watched treaty rights case and it's not looking good for Indian Country.
For the third time in an Indian law case, the nation's highest court has asked the Trump administration for guidance despite a lack of leadership in key executive positions.
Two Pacific Northwest conflicts exemplify a union between tribal nations and anti-fossil fuel advocates.
Three tribal elders are planning an appeal in order to hold the federal government accountable for bulldozing a sacred site in Oregon.
The Yakama Nation is asserting authority over a disputed portion of its territory with a new lawsuit in federal court.
Lawmakers from Oregon and Washington are calling on the Trump administration to honor the federal government's treaty and trust responsibilities.
Elder Carol Logan: 'What would you do if the government needlessly bulldozed your place of worship?'
The state of Washington is asking the nation's highest court to hear a treaty rights case affecting a business on the Yakama Nation.
When it comes to endangered species, the Yakama Nation and the Colville Tribes are succeeding where the state of Washington failed.
Nearly $68 million in offers were sent to more than 3,500 owners on the reservation in Washington.
The tribe is firing back after a local official questioned why a road on the reservation in Washington is being resurfaced.
Chairman JoDe Goudy of the Yakama Nation calls the Hanford nuclear site in Washington a legacy of the 'domination and dehumanization' of Native peoples.
Landowners on the reservation in Washington have until June 19 to accept as the program continues.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is required to transfer the remains of the Kennewick Man within 90 days.
Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Oklahoma) invited tribal leaders and others to share their views with the incoming Republican administration.
The Kennewick Man will finally be coming home once President Barack Obama signs a national water bill into law.
The tribe is seeking to provide electric service throughout the entire reservation in Washington.
The Washington tribe is challenging a federal tax that was imposed on a business that operates on an allotment within reservation boundaries.
Yakama Power, the tribe's utility, is negotiating to buy another firm for $24 million.
The reservation in Washington suffers from a high rate of fractionation, according to the federal government.
Tribes with treaty rights along the Columbia River are hoping to defeat the proposed terminal in Washington.
The 96-car train carrying crude oil derailed in the usual and accustomed fishing grounds of the Columbia River treaty tribes.
The tribes are lobbying Congress to pass legislation that would bring the Ancient One back to his relatives.
The Bad River Band in Wisconsin, the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska and the Yakama Nation in Washington will educate landowners about the effort.
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has once again confirmed that the remains known to the tribe as the Ancient One are Native American.
An appropriations bill advancing in Congress urges the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to complete plans for a new tribal village at The Dalles Dam.
Help might finally be on the way for four treaty tribes whose members are forced to endure substandard living conditions along the Columbia River.
Another year cannot pass without action to improve living conditions and provide more housing for the people whose culture and heritage are at one with the majestic Columbia River.
Bernie Sanders met with the Yakama Nation in Washington and received a name in the Lushootseed languages while his wife held a long discussion with Native leaders in Alaska.
The four Columbia River treaty tribes lost prime fishing sites due to the construction of dams between the 1930s through the 1970s.
The Quinault Nation, the Yakama Nation and the Colville Tribes will be receiving checks in the coming months.
Relocation can be a difficult process but the Yakama Nation has shown success with bringing the animal back to Washington.