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Navajo Nation Company Ends Bid to Buy Power Plant, Mine
Negotiations with the Navajo Generating Station owners came to a halt over who would be responsible for cleanup.
Tohono O'odham Police Seize 43K Fentanyl Doses
Tribal police led a task force that resulted in three arrests and the seizure of pills valued at over $700,000.
Utah Lawmakers Introduce Legislation to Shrink Monuments
The move is in response to Obama's use of the Antiquities Act to set aside 1.35 million acres for Bear's Ears National Monument.
Indian Child Welfare Act Case Heads to Appeals Court
Tribes, states and the agency overseeing Indian affairs are urging that the law be upheld.
Arizona House Moves Forward on Bill for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
The state House gave preliminary approval to a bill that would investigate cases of missing and murdered indigenous women in Arizona.
Tribal Leaders: Law Enforcement Understaffed, Underfunded
Navajo, Hopi and San Carlos Apache leaders have asked a House subcommittee for more funding.
Sonoran Desert Inspires 'Next Generation' Researchers To 'Shake Things Up'
NGen, created around nine years ago, brings together multi-disciplinary researchers who share a passion for the region.
Army Corps to Approve $2B Rosemont Copper Mine Project
Native American tribes oppose the project over concerns it would damage ancestral homelands.
Government Watchdog: EPA Lacks Superfund Data for Tribal Sites
Sites in the Southwest include abandoned uranium mines and unlined landfills.
Arizona Lawmaker Accused of Endangering Colorado River Drought Plan
A Gila River Indian Community leader says proposed legislation threatens the tribe's water rights.
Tribes Discuss Visa to Allow Unimpeded Border Crossing
The proposal also includes meetings with Homeland Security, sensitivity training and translators.
Players of Traditional O'odham Women's Sport to Lead Women's March
The teams will lead an intertribal group at the front of the march.
Native Americans Tell Committee Government Shutdown is Closing Medical Clinics
Testimony in a committee chaired by Arizona Rep. Grijalva pointed to medical assistance for the elderly and needy.
Navajo Code Talker Alfred K. Newman dies at 94 in New Mexico
Newman was one of hundreds of Navajos who used their language to create a code to help win World War II.
Shutdown Means Shut In for Some Navajo
Unmaintained dirt roads can hamper residents' efforts to haul water and wood or get medical treatment.
Grand Canyon National Park, Turning 100, Works With Tribes to Tell Their Stories
The agency is collaborating with 11 tribes in advance of the park's centennial next year.
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