From Amy Klobuchar's 'I care' moment to Steve Bullock's defense of the Indian Child Welfare Act, here's a recap of what you might have missed.
A new marker recognizes the ancestral home of the Ho-Chunk, acknowledges the circumstances that led to their forced removal, and honors the tribe's history of resistance and resilience.
It was a day, and night, for Indian Country to remember as Sharice Davids and Deb Haaland joined the 116th Congress
As the first two Native women get to work in the 116th Congress, they will always have a reminder of the Indigenous people who are supporting them.
Tribal citizens descended on Washington, D.C., in droves for the historic inauguration of Sharice Davids and Deb Haaland to the 116th Congress.
U.S. Congressional candidate Sharice Davids had trouble finding housing when she lived and worked on the Pine Ridge Reservation a few years ago.
A Republican descendant of immigrants claims his indigenous opponent is not from around here.
Another Native woman is making history after winning her primary for a U.S. Congress seat in Kansas.
Generations of federal assimilation initiatives have left the Winnebago people with few fluent Ho-Chunk speakers.
Indian Country could see an end to nonconsented infrastructure projects if they follow New Zealand’s Maori and the Ho-Chunk Nation in achieving legal protection for natural entities, Kayla DeVault writes for YES! Magazine.
The Ho-Chunk Nation is making its presence known in Chicago, Illinois.
'I’d never played basketball surrounded by police and blockades.'
It still bears repeating that Ho-Chunk people have suffered greatly through federal government policies that have essentially sought to rid the country of our very existence.
The college basketball star from the Ho-Chunk Nation is heading to North Dakota to show solidarity with the #NoDAPL movement.
Sharice Davids is an attorney, entrepreneur and mixed-martial arts enthusiast.
The Ho-Chunk Nation plans to visit the Effigy Mounds National Monument to help confirm the latest find.
Two young members of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin are making history on the basketball court.
An incomparable aspect of our state's culture came under attack when a bill was proposed to make it easier for landowners to excavate and perhaps destroy surviving Indian mounds in Wisconsin.
The 26 tribal recipients will be able to meet the specific needs of their warriors by providing them with rental vouchers from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and services from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Tribal members embraced the concept in a non-binding referendum but the tribe's attorney general is warning of potentially negative consequences.
Hopes for the reburial of the legendary athlete Jim Thorpe, who was a member of the Sac and Fox Nation, have been dashed by the high court.
Tribal citizens endorsed legalization of the drug at a general council meeting but the discussion is only just beginning.
Cases affecting the boundary of the Omaha Reservation, the immunity of the Kialegee Tribal Town and the repatriation of Olympic athlete Jim Thorpe are among those being reviewed.
Some 63 percent of attendees at a general council meeting want to see the tribe legalize the drug
So many have suffered much for the sake of our freedom and some are ones we so often overlook, like minorities, who also answered the call to duty and did what they could to preserve the great freedoms of our country.
Congress mandated the transfer of the Badger Army Ammunition Plant through a defense authorization act.
The $1.5 million, 11,000-square-foot building provides 10 units for veterans who need help with housing, job training and other services.
Nearly every candidate in the wide open 2016 race lacks significant experience in Indian issues.
Less than one percent of college basketball players represent Native American people in a sport that we pride ourselves in.
Bronson Koenig was the first Native American to start and play in an NCAA finals game, according to NDNSports.Com
Tribal employees will be paid $10 an hour starting in July.
President Jon Greendeer said he wants to spend more time with his family.
Bronson Koenig, a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation, is becoming a motivational speaker for Native youth.
The tribe has been trying to acquire land at the former Badger Army Ammunition Plant since 1997.
Kathy Hopinkah Hannan is the first Native American in the post.
Attorney Brian Pierson reviews some recent federal court decisions affecting Indian Country.
Having been a Martial Artist for most of her adult life, Sharice Davids, Ho-Chunk, knows where she wants all her practice to take her
The Ho-Chunk Nation is opposing a railroad expansion project in Wisconsin.
Members of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin are standing up against frac sand mining.
A mere four weeks after a family tragedy Sharice Davids kept her mind clear in the way to a dominating first pro victory.
Some people are lucky enough to find a job that stimulates their passions, Sharice Davids just happens to be one of those people.
Wisconsin Public Radio reports on a cultural exchange between students from the Ho-Chunk Nation and China.
An appeals court in Wisconsin reversed a drunken driving conviction because a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation was wrongly removed from the jury pool. During jury selection, Jody Whiteagle acknowledged...
Officials in Shawano County, Wisconsin, are trying to mend fences with tribes after years of land-into-trust disputes. In January, the county rescinded its opposition to the Ho-Chunk Nation land-into-trust application....
Supervisors in Shawano County, Wisconsin, voted 22-4 to support the Ho-Chunk Nation land-into-trust application. The county previously opposed to the tribe's application for 44.39 acres. But supervisors agreed to withdraw...
Supervisors in Shawano County, Wisconsin, might drop its opposition to the Ho-Chunk Nation land-into-trust application. The tribe wants 44.39 acres taken into trust and offered a "generous" payment in lieu...
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is being sued over Ho-Chunk Nation land-into-trust documents. The tribe submitted an application for 600 acres in Baraboo, Wisconsin, more than a year ago. Officials...
The Sauk County Board in Wisconsin voted 27-1 to file a lawsuit over the Ho-Chunk Nation land-into-trust application. The county will sue the Bureau of Indian Affairs to obtain copies...
The Sauk County Board in Wisconsin is meeting tonight to consider a lawsuit over the Ho-Chunk Nation land-into-trust application. The county sent an attorney all the way to the Bureau...
Clarence P. Pettibone, a former vice president of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin, pleaded guilty to federal bribery charges on Tuesday. Pettibone, 53, admitted he accepted bribes from a company...
"Tribal leaders in Wisconsin made it clear Tuesday they retain concerns about a potential mining operation. The leaders of 11 Indian Nations included the remarks in their annual State of...
The chief of police for the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin resigned on Tuesday, WKBT-TV reported. Dan Libke was arrested on February 24 for obstructing an officer. However, no charges have...
Some tribes are using DNA tests to help determine membership, Indian Country Today reports. The Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin approved the use of DNA through its constitution. That led to...
The Bureau of Indian Affairs won't acquire a portion of an old U.S. Army site for the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin. The BIA said it would cost too much money...
"Wisconsin Historical Society Press entered my radar over the past year due in part to the ability of the Internet to increase visibility, but also because of the organization’s...
The Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded $2.4 million to four tribes in Wisconsin. The Oneida Nation received $600,000. The tribe will use the money for senior and low-income...
"The largest repatriation of Native American remains to date in Wisconsin is underway. The Wisconsin Historical Society (WHS) is working with three tribes to return several hundred individual human remains...
"The Ho Chunk Nation says a sacred plant is being wrongly confiscated from its members serving in the military. For many Native Americans, ceremonial tobacco is for prayer, meditation, and...
The former vice president of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin and two of his associates have been indicted on bribery charges. Clarence P. Pettibone, 52, accepted bribes from companies that...
The city council in Baraboo, Wisconsin, voted to seek a meeting with the Ho-Chunk Nation to ask about the tribe's land-into-trust application. The tribe wants about 600 acres placed in...