Tribal authorities have arrested a man in connection with the death of Kozee Decorah, a 22-year-old woman from the Ho-Chunk Nation.
A coronavirus scare at a grocery store on the Omaha Reservation forced a tribally-owned corporation to conduct an expensive deep cleaning of the business.
An investigation by Indianz.Com shows the White House was one of the first recipients of sensitive information on nearly 700 tribes and Native entities.
A Native woman-owned counseling firm with offices in three tribal communities is expanding its reach.
Once the Ho-Chunk people had vast lands upon which they planted corn, beans and squash and hunted deer and buffalo. Life changed after forced removal.
Two state senators in Nebraska, including the first and only Native lawmaker, are working to create greater awareness of Indigenous issues, culture and history.
What a difference a strong nominee makes when it comes to Indian Country's health and wellness.
An 'anonymous farmer' mowed down a 2-acre plot of corn on the Winnebago Reservation, threatening programs for Indian students.
History is being made as 11 candidates for president in 2020 are taking part in a forum focused solely on the concerns of Native Americans.
The Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum is the first of the 2020 cycle to focus on Indian Country's issues.
The 2020 Democratic presidential field is a crowded one. Some candidates are distinguishing themselves in Indian Country.
Ho-Chunk Inc., the economic development arm of the Winnebago Tribe, is the majority owner of a modular home building company.
The Winnebago Tribe will soon become the first Indian nation in Nebraska to start planting hemp.
The newly named Oyate Health Center will be serving the Oyate, or the people, in South Dakota.
Curtis St. Cyr gained notoriety playing harmonica and singing the blues. But he also dedicated his life to his people and his family.
Peace and justice activist Frank LaMere is being laid to rest on the Winnebago Reservation as Native leaders and allies celebrate his legacy.
Frank LaMere, an activist from the Winnebago Tribe who was known for his decades of work in Indian Country, passed away on June 16, 2019.
In the wake of unprecedented flooding, the Santee Sioux Tribe is seeking donations of bottled water and baby supplies, even as it continues to make repairs to damaged infrastructure.
If all goes as planned, this time next year the Winnebago Reservation will look a lot different.
With employment and economic opportunities growing, the Winnebago Tribe is ready to welcome more people to the reservation.
On the banks of the Missouri River, not far from where Lewis and Clark camped at the start of their long journey, one tribe is exploring new frontiers of its own.
Federal agents raided the reservation in what leaders of the Winnebago Tribe have called an attack on their sovereignty.
'Our goal is to create self-sufficiency by getting jobs and opportunity to our local tribal members,' an executive from Ho-Chunk Inc. says.
The Winnebago Tribe's economic development corporation is challenging the state of Nebraska.
Legendary Native leaders Henry and Elizabeth Cloud are the focus of a new book authored by their youngest grandchild.
The Winnebago Tribe's economic development corporation is battling the state of Nebraska in federal court.
The Winnebago Tribe is continuing its march toward self-sustainability in northeast Nebraska.
Three tribal citizens have been sentenced for the murder of a 32-year-old man on the Winnebago Reservation in Nebraska.
The Winnebago Tribe is making sure its food traditions stay alive with new generations.
A Republican descendant of immigrants claims his indigenous opponent is not from around here.
The Winnebago Tribe’s efforts improve the health of residents have gotten some significant boosts.
Keely Purscell is the first registered yoga teacher on the Winnebago Reservation.
The economic development arm of the Winnebago Tribe stands to lose more than $1 million in property thanks to the federal government.
Henry Payer's earliest memory involves a sketchbook his father once gave him. He's been filling pages ever since.
Businesses owned by the Winnebago Tribe must turn over tobacco records to federal authorities, according to a new court ruling.
An Indian Health Service hospital is getting a new name as it comes under the control of the Winnebago Tribe.
The Winnebago Tribe is working to change the food culture on the reservation, starting with some of its youngest citizens.
Native people are continuing to call for justice following a series of incidents they say demonstrate racism and aggression in Nebraska.
Generations of federal assimilation initiatives have left the Winnebago people with few fluent Ho-Chunk speakers.
As a key deadline looms, the Winnebago Tribe has named two executives who will manage the troubled hospital on the reservation.
Indian Country may have been left out of Washington's new tax law but one program is opening up opportunities to tribes.
A raid on the Winnebago Tribe's tobacco operations has spawned a new lawsuit in federal court.
Native and non-Native farmers, ranchers and agricultural advocates met on the Winnebago Reservation to discuss regenerative agriculture.
Matt Morgan has seen mountain lions on his family’s farm for years, but in all that time, and despite having set up several cameras along trails, he’s never caught a photo of one.
A delegation of leaders from the Winnebago Tribe educated lawmakers in Nebraska about the economic renaissance on their reservation.
For the fourth year in a row, a boys basketball team from a small town in northeast Nebraska went all the way to the state championships.
For the Winnebago Tribe, the battle for sovereignty is taking place in a field near a car dealership and on roofs across their reservation.
The leader of the Winnebago Tribe is criticizing a local sheriff's decision to allow jailers to be deputized so they can enforce federal immigration laws.
Visitors – especially those from Indian Country – are often surprised to see how much new development has taken place on the Winnebago Reservation.
It seems like it is always the Indians versus their neighbors or my Winnebago people versus the whole world.
The Winnebago Tribe is moving forward with plans to take over the troubled Indian Health Service hospital on its reservation.
The leader of the Winnebago Tribe is firing back at federal and state officials in Nebraska, a day after federal agents raided the offices of the economic development corporation on the reservation.
Six runners from the Winnebago Tribe jogged across gravel, asphalt, snow and ice along eastern Nebraska this week to raise awareness for the plight of missing and murdered indigenous women.
Federal agents are investigating the tobacco operations of Ho-Chunk Inc., the economic development corporation of the Winnebago Tribe.
A new initiative on the Winnebago Reservation seeks to improve the health of residents in the northeast Nebraska community.
After two tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan, Winnebago citizen Aric Armell came home a few years ago to try to find other ways to serve his people.
A company owned by Ho-Chunk Inc., the economic development corporation of the Winnebago Tribe, landed a $100 million contract with the Department of Commerce.
Fifteen years ago, Native people in Sioux City sought the help of Iowa state leaders. Their anger turned into the Memorial March to Honor Our Lost Children.