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Navajo candidates endorse Lujan Grisham for New Mexico governor

The remaining two presidential candidates of the nation’s largest American Indian reservation have endorsed Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham for New Mexico governor.

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New Mexico city bordering Navajo Nation sees tourism jump

A western New Mexico city that bills itself as the gateway to Native American culture is experiencing a tourism boom.

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Native American activist accused of assaulting 3 women arrives at Santa Fe jail

A Native American activist accused of raping women has arrived at the Santa Fe County jail after losing a fight against his extradition from Phoenix.

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Navajo Nation launches program to manage feral horse population

The Navajo Nation is offering $50 for each surrendered horse to encourage the removal of unbranded, free-roaming horses from tribal land.

Arizona tribal casino gambling revenue up by 4.4 percent

The Arizona Department of Gaming says contributions to the state from tribal gambling revenue will be more than $27 million for the quarter that ended on June 30.

Tuba City man charged in girl’s death at local high school

A Tuba City man is charged in the death of a girl whose body was found at a high school’s bleachers.

Judge calls for activist to be extradited to New Mexico

A New Mexico judge is asking Arizona authorities to extradite a Native American activist who was arrested on rape and other charges.

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EPA seeks dismissal of Gold King Mine spill lawsuit

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is asking a federal court in New Mexico to toss out a lawsuit over a mine waste spill in Colorado that polluted rivers in three states.

Coal plant closure sparks worry in northwestern New Mexico

Officials in northwestern New Mexico are grappling with the likely effects of a coal power plant closure near the Navajo Nation and in one of the nation’s poorest states.

Committee starts work on Arizona drought contingency plan

Arizona water users are starting work on an ambitious plan to lessen the impact of Colorado River water shortages.

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