- Star Party at Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument Aug. 24
Flagstaff Area National Monuments will host a star part at Sunset Crater beginning at 2 p.m. Aug. 24.
- Navajo Head Start Day recognized Aug. 16
Navajo Head Start Day is in support of the Head Start Program’s services to Diné children in Early Head Start ...
- Crownpoint man indicted in shooting that injured 2 children
Eli Frank Woody was a passenger in a vehicle on July 18 and allegedly fired shots into a Crownpoint home.
- Navajo Nation leaders take strong stance in support of Navajo mine workers
President Nez, Vice President Lizer and Chairman of the Resources and Development Committee Rickie Nez appeared before the New Mexico ...
- Nation signs contract for $31.8 million road project expansion
NDOT and the Tsaile/Wheatfields/Blackrock Chapter celebrated a contract signing that will start construction on expanding and improving over 10 miles ...
- Navajo Nation eyes renaming U.S. highway after late Senator Pinto
Some Navajo Nation officials are seeking to ask New Mexico to rename a U.S. highway after one of the longest-serving ...
- Drowning victim recovered at 249 feet from Wahweap Marina near Page
Rangers were dispatched to the Lake Powell Resort’s main marina in the Wahweap District of the park Aug. 18.
- Ducey signs bill enacting Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women study group
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signs HB 2570 establishing a study committee on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
- Navajo Nation pays tribute to Diné warriors on Navajo Code Talker Day
WINDOW ROCK – Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer were joined by Navajo veterans, youth, elders, ...
- Navajo Nation proclaims “Navajo Nation Code Talkers Week” Aug. 12-16
The Navajo Nation Code Talkers Week acknowledges and commemorates the invaluable contributions of the Navajo Code Talkers.
- Man arrested after attempted kidnapping in Chinle
The Navajo Police Department arrested a man accused of attempting to kidnap a young female minor Aug. 9 in the ...
- Former longtime White Mountain Apache tribal chairman dies
Tribal officials say Ronnie Lupe died Aug. 12.
- Navajo Nation, Albuquerque sign deal to combat racism
The agreement comes after two Navajo homeless men in 2014 were beaten to death in Albuquerque by three non-Native American ...
- Law governing adoptions of Native American children upheld
The decision from a three-judge panel the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeal in New Orleans upholds the Indian Child ...
- Milton Bluehouse, Jr. appointed to serve as Deputy Chief of Staff for Nez-Lizer office
Bluehouse is the son of late former interim Navajo Nation President Milton Bluehouse, Sr.
- Signs for missing, murdered native women go up in Wyoming
The billboards are part of a campaign launched by the Global Indigenous Council and other groups.
- Fallout from patient rape leads to Mesa hospital's closing
Hacienda HealthCare announced July 19 that it is shutting down Hacienda Children's Hospital in Mesa.
- Former American Indian school site tabbed for development
Nearly three decades after the closure of a federal boarding school for Native American children, a long-vacant part of its ...
- Utah county declines appeal in Navajo voting rights case
A Utah county will not further challenge its newly drawn voting districts that led to the county’s first majority-Navajo commission ...
- Nez to continue working with stakeholders to ensure the success of Paragon Bitsi Ranch solar project
On Aug. 1, Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez met with Navajo Hopi Land Commission members at Twin Arrows Navajo Casino ...
- Federal Court of Appeals upholds Navajo tribal sovereignty in lawsuit
The Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit and affirmed Navajo Transitional Energy’s right to ...
- Bill would expand health care options for Native American veterans
A bill introduced in Congress would expand health care options for Native American veterans.
- Hopi Tribe takes over law enforcement from federal agency
A small northeastern Arizona tribe has taken over some law enforcement duties from a federal agency in a move to ...