A northwestern New Mexico woman has announced she is running for an open U.S. House seat in New Mexico and wants to become the first Republican Native American female in Congress.
A Navajo Nation company says it will retain 1,200 employees at three coal mines in Wyoming and Montana that it bought through a bankruptcy auction.
The oldest of several Navajo Nation fairs starts this week in Shiprock.
Activists are using virtual reality technology to focus on areas of the Navajo Nation affected by uranium contamination.
Utility spokesman Jeff Lane says Unit 3 went offline last week. The other two units will operate full-time until the plant runs out of coal on site.
The Navajo Nation first filed a lawsuit against San Juan County under the Voting Rights Act seven years ago, county officials said.
Navajo County Sheriff’s officials say a man has been arrested for alleged animal cruelty involving horses in the Winslow area.
The Durango Herald reports that the National Weather Service has proposed adjusting its Grand Junction radar to track areas that were originally blind spots.
Investigators are asking for help from the public in connection with a string of suspicious fires on the Navajo Nation.
Police officials said two homicide suspects escaped police custody in Blanding, Utah Aug. 27 while they were being transported to Tucson.