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Native girl is one of six  murdered from same reserve in Manitoba Native girl is one of six murdered from same reserve in Manitoba
The Sagkeeng First Nation has the largest number of outstanding cases, according to a review by CBC News.
Leech Lake Band declares emergency over drugs seen in newborns Leech Lake Band declares emergency over drugs seen in newborns
Methamphetamine has far surpassed any other drug or substance found in newborns, according to the tribe.
Cheyenne River Sioux mother sentenced for taking children to reservation Cheyenne River Sioux mother sentenced for taking children to reservation
Tricia Taylor, 32, took her two daughters to the reservation last year and their fathers are trying to get them back.
Key House panel to hold first legislative hearing of 114th Congress Key House panel to hold first legislative hearing of 114th Congress
Indian employment, trust reform and an Alaska Native land transfer are on the agenda for the April 14 hearing.
Acting chairman of Lower Brule Sioux Tribe fires outside attorneys Acting chairman of Lower Brule Sioux Tribe fires outside attorneys
Big changes are in store for the tribe with the passing of Chairman Michael Jandreau, who led his people for 36 years.
New York State Fair announces 'Six Nations Day' on September 4 New York State Fair announces 'Six Nations Day' on September 4
The story of the Haudenosaunee people will be featured more prominently at this year's event.
Crow Tribe maintains right to hunt on off-reservation treaty land Crow Tribe maintains right to hunt on off-reservation treaty land
The state of Wyoming is citing a U.S. Supreme Court decision from 1896 as justification for pursuing tribal members who hunt on ceded lands.
Ho-Chunk Nation player makes history with championship finale Ho-Chunk Nation player makes history with championship finale
Bronson Koenig was the first Native American to start and play in an NCAA finals game, according to NDNSports.Com
Senate Indian Affairs Committee talks coal at hearing in Montana Senate Indian Affairs Committee talks coal at hearing in Montana
The Crow Tribe is just one of three in Indian Country that develops its coal resources.
Opinion: Partisan bickering threatens tribal progress in Montana Opinion: Partisan bickering threatens tribal progress in Montana
As we enter the closing weeks of this legislative session, legislators will have a choice in how Native Americans in Montana reflect on the work of their lawmakers. Will they see this session as one of missed opportunities and partisan obstruction?
Warm Springs Tribes consider marijuana as economic opportunity Warm Springs Tribes consider marijuana as economic opportunity
Marijuana is legal in Oregon for recreational use and the tribe might be able to enter the budding industry.
Former chairwoman of Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe passes away Former chairwoman of Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe passes away
Judith Peterson served one term as chair of the South Dakota tribe, from 1987 to 1990.
Annual journey along Potawatomi Trail of Death being held in June Annual journey along Potawatomi Trail of Death being held in June
In 1838, the Potawatomi people were forced to walk 660 miles from their homelands in Indiana to Kansas.
Native Sun News: Tribe in North Dakota puts a hold on oil refinery Native Sun News: Tribe in North Dakota puts a hold on oil refinery
'Wishing you a Happy Easter!' the Mandan Hidatsa & Arikara Nation said in a March 31 announcement of a $1,000 gift to each enrolled tribal member.
Steve Russell: Some more lessons in bargain basement investing Steve Russell: Some more lessons in bargain basement investing
One of the earliest surprises I got from wading into stock picking was that good news for Main Street is often seen by Wall Street as bad news.
Yvette Roubideaux: Diabetes program works for Indian Country Yvette Roubideaux: Diabetes program works for Indian Country
It is spring again, and the hopes for better weather are accompanied by the worries and concerns of many American Indian and Alaska Native communities working hard to prevent and treat diabetes and its complications.
Clara Caufield: Remembering the homecoming of Chief Little Wolf Clara Caufield: Remembering the homecoming of Chief Little Wolf
On a cold spring day, April 1, 1879, Chief Little Wolf and 114 fellow Northern Cheyenne reached the Elk River (the Yellowstone) near present day Miles City, Montana.
Native Sun News: Chairman of Lower Brule Sioux Tribe walks on Native Sun News: Chairman of Lower Brule Sioux Tribe walks on
Michael Jandreau, who humbly attributed his enduring success as leader of the Kul Wicasa Oyate for more than 35 years to the people themselves, has made his journey to the spirit world.

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