September 19, 2016
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Three Arizona residents are among seven people charged with fraudulently selling jewelry imported from the Philippines as authentic Native American-made items.
An Arizona artist says his handmade Native American jewelry worth $100,000 was stolen while visiting New Mexico.
Law and Order Committee continues to address the need for public safety in the Western Navajo Agency
On Feb. 12, the Law and Order Committee received reports regarding the need for a police substation in LeChee, five miles south of Page, Arizona.
According to the Navajo Division of Public Safety, a girl was hit and killed by a suspected drunk driver Oct. 31 as she exited a school bus at milepost 31 on Navajo Route 59 near Chilchinbeto, Arizona.
The Office of the Navajo Nation President and Vice President (OPVP) has been made aware of a situation taking place at the Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation (TCRHCC).
A police officer from the nation's largest American Indian reservation was killed in western New Mexico and a suspect is in custody, federal officials said.
On Nov. 2, the Hopi Junior and Senior High School Governing Board have voted to have an active shooter simulation drill. The board took action Sept. 13 during its regularly scheduled meeting. In addition to board members and administrators, over a dozen visitors attended the meeting.