On Sept. 21, the House of Representatives unanimously passed S.227, Savanna’s Act, a bill that will create new guidelines for responding to cases of missing and murdered indigenous women and create incentives for its implementation.
A federal judge won’t give reservation residents more time to submit their early ballots and ensure they will be counted.
A see-saw legal battle over the 2020 Census continued Sept. 25, with the government pushing to end the count in just five days while local governments, including two Arizona tribes, hoped to extend it to Oct. 31.
The 2020 fiscal year budget is set to end Sept. 30.
The Hopi Tribe has stated that even though some communities in the state have decided to open schools for online and in-person learning, the tribe continues to refer back to guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
DNA analysis will be performed to positively identify the remains.
The FBI now is offering up to a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible for a double homicide on the Navajo Nation six months ago.
Navajo Transitional Energy Company, North American Coal Company, Bisti Fuels Navajo Mine received a national award by the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement.
The Silver City community's first drive-through training expo is scheduled for Sept. 30, according to the Albuquerque Journal.
A lawyer representing six Navajo Nation members said at a court hearing Sept. 22 that mail service on the reservation is much slower and less accessible than other parts of the state.
Navajo Nation re-issues stay-at-home order and 57-hour weekend lockdowns because of rising COVID-19 cases within and near the Navajo Nation.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The city of Flagstaff and Coconino County have begun reopening procedures of some government facilities after closing and/or placing restrictions because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Navajo Nation leaders and its Gaming Enterprise Sept. 18 marked the grand opening of the Navajo Blue Travel Center, located next to Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort near Flagstaff, Arizona.
Advocates said a new policy that lets Arizona residents without traditional street addresses register to vote online is not perfect — but it’s a vast improvement over the old process.
Spending $177 million may not seem like a problem, but it is a challenge for Navajo Nation leaders who could lose those funds if they don’t find projects that can be completed by the end of this year.
A federal judge denied a request Sept. 16 by President Donald Trump's campaign to argue against a lawsuit seeking to ensure mail ballots from the Navajo Nation are counted even if they arrive late.
Navajo Nation announces Stage 1 fire restrictions Sept. 16 and resolves concerns over the use of chainsaws to gather firewood for the upcoming fire season.
The Army said Pvt. Corlton L. Chee, 25, collapsed during fitness training at Fort Hood on Aug. 28. He died two days later.
The Navajo Nation filed this lawsuit on June 12, seeking to stop the illegal and unregulated growth, production, transporting, licensing, and selling industrial hemp within the exterior boundaries of the Navajo Nation.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer attended the services, presenting a Navajo Nation flag and a proclamation in honor and remembrance of PFC Chee.
One of two Diné soldiers to die this year while based at Fort Hood collapsed while running with his platoon as part of an early morning workout, and foul play is not suspected, U.S. Army officials say.
Schools operated by the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) on the Navajo Nation will be opening under a distance-learning plan next week, a surprising reversal of the agency’s plans to hold classes in person.
Navajo Nation announces participation in Pfizer-BioTech COVID-19 vaccine trail on a patient-volunteer basis — the study will be led by the John Hopkins Center for American Indian Health.