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Navajo to appeal dismissal of case against Wells Fargo

The Navajo Nation is appealing the dismissal of a lawsuit it filed against Wells Fargo, accusing the company of engaging in predatory and unlawful practices.

Tuba City felon sentenced for robbery and assault

A convicted felon from Tuba City has been sentenced to more than eight years in prison.

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Navajo Nation president endorses former leader over his VP

Russell Begaye beat Joe Shirley Jr. to become president of the Navajo Nation. Begaye, now the outgoing president, is endorsing Shirley to succeed him.

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Arizona man’s Native jewelry worth $100K taken in New Mexico

An Arizona artist says his handmade Native American jewelry worth $100,000 was stolen while visiting New Mexico.

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Northern Arizona country gets rain, snow

Snowplows were clearing highways in high country in northern and eastern Arizona Oct. 16 as a winter weather advisory remained in effect through noon for elevations over 6,500 feet (1,981 meters).

Navajo official conviced on forgery charges

A former official with the Navajo Nation’s Dilkon Chapter has been found guilty of forgery.

Navajo court rules in favor of Shirley

Former two-term Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr. can continue his run for the tribe’s top elected office.

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U.S. 89 near Cameron closed due to wash-out

A woman was killed following a wash-out of U.S. 89 near Cameron, Arizona the evening of Oct. 3.

Federal judge dismisses Navajo's lawsuit against Wells Fargo

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that alleged Wells Fargo engaged in predatory and unlawful banking practices with members of the Navajo Nation.

Navajo Technical University gets $1M for new workforce training center

More than $1 million is being awarded to Navajo Technical University to build a training center to help displaced workers from the energy sector develop new skills.

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