Some Native women have come to the Navajo reservation to be trained as doulas- aides who have no formal medical background but provide guidance for pregnant women up to and through labor, and sometimes beyond.
Two lawmakers are proposing to let at least several Native American tribes keep some of the taxes generated from sales on reservations.
Alex Alejandre lost 75 pounds in a year. His wife, Mary, lost 40.
On Jan. 15, Myron Lizer, vice president of the Navajo Nation, attended the signing ceremony for the Phase One Trade Agreement between the United States and China at the White House in Washington D.C.
For tourists and locals alike traveling in the Southwest, there’s a new, easy way to find local Native businesses using your mobile phone or computer — Rez Rising, a new app and website at https://rezrising.org/.
Coconino County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tommy Lewis is seeking applicants for appointment to the Tuba City Unified School District Governing Board.
It was 1978 when the Kayenta Police Department was established, and it was a modular building that was brought into Kayenta, recalls Geneva Salt.
Entrance fees at state parks will be waived for all Arizona residents on Monday, Jan. 20.
Diné College ranked No. 5 nationwide for most associate degrees awarded annually to Native Americans in all disciplines, the highest ranked tribal college.
The Navajo Nation says it is working with Congress to fund the tribe’s proposed Department of Medical Examiners.
Legislation No. 0375-19 amends the financial assistance policy for the Navajo Nation Veterans Trust Fund by removing language that often led to setbacks in obtaining financial assistance for veterans.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced new construction grants of nearly $200 million to 52 tribes and tribal housing programs across the country Dec. 10.
Laura Marye Wesley, 32, pleaded guilty Jan. 7 in U.S. District court in Phoenix to conspiracy, wire fraud and other charges while Waleed Sarrar, 44, and Christian Coxon, 46, each pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy, prosecutors said.
Released Dec. 18, the study from the Urban Institute policy research group in Washington explores gaps in medical insurance coverage by race and ethnicity as well as age, location and education level.
The closure is expected last from Jan. 2 through March 28 (subject to change due to inclement weather).
A traveling exhibit about the community of Homol’ovi will be on display at the Winslow Arts Trust museum in the historic La Posada Hotel in Winslow Jan. 18 through Jan. 2021.
"We strongly believe that our country is capable of resolving the issues with Iran diplomatically," Navajo Nation Jonathan Nez.
The remaining two units are scheduled to close in 2025.
They may have turned out the lights, but the party’s not over at the Navajo Generating Station and its affiliated Kayenta coal mine.
A Flagstaff man who was wrongfully arrested on suspicion of selling LSD has offered to settle the matter with the city for $350,000.
Transportation officials for the Navajo Nation have reported it would take 116 years and $7.9 billion to meet current infrastructure needs.
Members of the Resources and Development Committee joined Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer in Window Rock, Dec. 28.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — A Flagstaff man who was wrongfully arrested on suspicion of selling LSD has offered to settle the matter with the city for $350,000.
PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey announced the inaugural 2019 Arizona Medal of Valor honorees on Dec. 30, recognizing heroic public safety officials who demonstrated extraordinary acts of valor, courage and heroism.
A federal appeals court panel grappled Dec. 20 with how — or why — convicted Navajo double-murderer Lezmond Mitchell could question jurors from his trial 16 years ago about possible racial bias in their deliberations.