Bacone College in Oklahoma continues to gain support from Indian nations.
Opposition in Indian Country wasn't enough to derail President Trump's controversial nominee to the Supreme Court.
Voters in Oklahoma eagerly embraced marijuana for medical purposes this week but don't expect to partake in Indian Country.
A funding bill advancing on Capitol Hill is a win overall for Indian Country except for one big issue: a reorganization that tribes have been told little to nothing about.
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.
David Holt, a citizen of the Osage Nation, will be the first Native person to serve as mayor of Oklahoma City.
Jim Gray won’t forget. His parents made sure of that, naming him for a great-grandfather who fell victim to greed and racism, along with so many Osage people.
The Osage Nation is keeping its language alive with the help of new technology.
The Osage Nation and the state of Oklahoma are clashing over the tribe's water rights.
A landmark decision from a federal appeals court clears the way for the Osage Nation to recover damages from the operators of a contested wind farm in Oklahoma.
Two more tribes are taking advantage of the Helping Expedite and Advance Responsible Tribal Homeownership Act, a self-determination law that has proven popular in Indian Country.
The Osage Nation continues to fight wind energy developments in northeastern Oklahoma despite setbacks in the courts.
Tribal citizens who are seeking a long-overdue accounting of their trust funds have suffered a setback in their historic lawsuit.
'Killers of the Flower Moon' details the murders of dozens -- if not hundreds -- of Osage Nation citizens who were targeted because of their oil royalty payments.
Wednesday was just another busy day for Neil Gorsuch and the federal appeals court where he has served as a judge for a decade.
The Supreme Court hasn't always been kind to Indian Country but a federal judge appears ready to ensure tribes will be treated fairly.
Tribal law previously restricted marriages to a man and a woman.
Neil Gorsuch, a federal appeals court judge, has sided with Indian interests in some major cases.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is going after former advisers who are accused of cheating the tribe out of at least $1 million.
Seven of the tribe's 15 buildings, including the main administrative building, suffered extensive damage.
The Oklahoma tribe is filing a land-into-trust application for the 43,000-acre ranch Bluestem Ranch.
'Wahzhazhe' has been staged in Oklahoma, Washington, D.C, and even before Pope Francis.
The acquisition of the 43,000-acre Bluestem Ranch makes the tribe one of the largest landowners in Osage County, Oklahoma.
The tribe and the state will work together to protect vulnerable adults on Osage land.
The tribes will plant milkweed on their lands in order to boost the populations of the threatened butterfly.
The tribe would only be the third in Oklahoma to participate in the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations.
Chad Kills Crow only started working at Pawhuska High School last summer but has been sidelined for the rest of the boys basketball season.
The tribal government received a $380 million settlement to resolve trust mismanagement claims but individual headright owners weren't a part of that deal.
Attorneys are working closely with Indian Country to find as many additional beneficiaries as possible by April 30, 2016.
A former assistant director of membership for the tribe is facing three counts of tampering with public records.
The tribe has a long connection with the Catholic Church that dates back to the 1600s.
Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear said the purchases in downtown Pawhuska, Oklahoma, made economic sense for the tribe.
A proposal could see the tribe taking over duties from the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Tribes will use the money for environmental, heath, veterans and elder-youth programs.
Members of six tribes are meeting to discuss ways to preserve their closely-related languages.
Tribal shareholders are paid a percentage of the revenue from oil and gas production on the county’s 1.4 million acres.
Chris Deschene, a member of the Navajo Nation who is the new director of the Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs, will be at the event in Oklahoma.
The tribe signed a cooperative agreement with the Interior Department to engage in outreach with individual Indian landowners.
Shawn Watashe, a member of the Muscogee Nation, was killed on May 1 after he was struck by a police vehicle.
The Osage Nation Mineral Council presented the centurion with a Pendleton, flowers and a cake.
About 700 members of the Osage Nation are owed about $9 million from the $3.4 billion trust fund settlement.
People who are convicted of selling, manufacturing or distributing dangerous drugs now face a mandatory banishment of five years or more.
Effective immediately, employees will make $8.50 an hour.
The offers will go out to nearly 700 landowners, The Osage News reported.
The company pays for the naming rights to the stadium where the team plays and its president is a member of the team’s ownership group.
At least five tribes, including two with large enterprises, have raised their minimum wage well above the federal standard of $7.25 per hour.
Leaders and members of the Osage Nation are questioning wind energy projects in northeastern Oklahoma out of fear it could affect their mineral rights.
Osage Nation citizen brings a background in financial and investment management to the job.
Geoffrey Standing Bear took the oath of office as principal chief and Raymond Red Corn was sworn in as assistant chief
Position has been vacant since the start of the Obama administration in January 2009.
Raymond Red Corn won election as assistant chief.
Tribe will elect a new chief to replace John D. Red Eagle, who was impeached in January.
Tobacco compact, Indian education, federal nominees and the minimum wage were in the news.
StateImpact Oklahoma checks in on the Osage Nation and the Chickasaw Nation to find out how they are managing state parks.
The federal government's Judgment Fund has been used to pay out a slew of tribal trust fund settlements.
The Congress of the Osage Nation of Oklahoma voted to remove Chief John Red Eagle as chief this morning after finding him guilty of violating tribal law.
Chief John Red Eagle of the Osage Nation of Oklahoma will face a removal trial after losing a lawsuit in tribal court.