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New eatery serves up Indian tacos and bannock burgers New eatery serves up Indian tacos and bannock burgers
Neechie's Pizzeria & Taco opened to brisk business in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Tribes donate nearly $30K to Republican Sen. Jerry Moran Tribes donate nearly $30K to Republican Sen. Jerry Moran
The lawmaker was responsible for the Tribal General Welfare Exclusion Act and is pushing the Tribal Labor Sovereignty Act.
Indigenous peoples in South America and Australia linked Indigenous peoples in South America and Australia linked
The DNA was not found in other Native Americans so researchers believe it must have originated with a different group of ancestors.
Chickasaw Nation to induct four citizens into Hall of Fame Chickasaw Nation to induct four citizens into Hall of Fame
This year's honorees include Thelma Ross, a 97-year-old tribal member who served as an administrator for the Navajo Code Talkers.
Pueblo trespassing dispute leads to federal court battle Pueblo trespassing dispute leads to federal court battle
Non-Indian landowners are worried they will not able to access their homes at San Ildefonso Pueblo.
Crow Tribe and Lummi Nation at odds over big coal project Crow Tribe and Lummi Nation at odds over big coal project
The Crows wants to develop their coal resources but a tribe nearly a thousand miles away is posing hurdles to the project.
Wyandotte Nation opens convenience store and gas station Wyandotte Nation opens convenience store and gas station
The Turtle Stop II in Grove, Oklahoma, offers gas, food and other items 24 hours a day.
Oneida Nation hosts fundraiser for key Republican leader Oneida Nation hosts fundraiser for key Republican leader
Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) will visit the tribe's Atunyote Golf Course for the August 6 event.
Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation sues in New Jersey Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation sues in New Jersey
The tribe was recognized by the state in 1982 but Gov. Chris Christie (R) and his administration are questioning that status.
Appeals court sides with Pit River Tribe in sacred site dispute Appeals court sides with Pit River Tribe in sacred site dispute
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has once again revived a challenge to a proposed geothermal plant near sacred Medicine Lake.
Las Vegas Paiute Tribe eyes major development projects Las Vegas Paiute Tribe eyes major development projects
A hotel and conference center could be a draw for the new Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument in Nevada.
Navajo Nation Museum dubs second film in Dine language Navajo Nation Museum dubs second film in Dine language
The cast for the dubbed version of Finding Nemo features 11-year-old Quinton Kien.
Group that claims Cherokee ancestry files for recognition Group that claims Cherokee ancestry files for recognition
The Southern Cherokee Tribe submitted a 79-pound application to the Bureau of Indian Affairs in May.
Indian youth face enormous economic and health obstacles Indian youth face enormous economic and health obstacles
In 2013, 37 percent of Indian children lived below the poverty level, according to the Kids Count Data Book from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
Judge delays BLM's fracking regulation for another month Judge delays BLM's fracking regulation for another month
The Obama administration sought the delay in order to respond to a lawsuit from the energy industry and four states.
Two men from Northern Arapaho Tribe shot while sleeping Two men from Northern Arapaho Tribe shot while sleeping
A non-Indian man has told authorities that he intentionally went looking for homeless people in order to kill them.
Mark Trahant: Alaska makes a big decision for Indian health Mark Trahant: Alaska makes a big decision for Indian health
Alaska’s new governor announced the expansion of Medicaid and this will significantly boost money for the Alaska Native medical system.
Lakota Country Times: Journey Museum hosts young artist Lakota Country Times: Journey Museum hosts young artist
The Journey museum in Rapid City is playing host to a young emerging Lakota artist.
Native Sun News: Rapid City police choose cultural advisor Native Sun News: Rapid City police choose cultural advisor
The commitment of the Rapid City Police to work towards a positive future in race relations in a city historically known for being racially divided was evident last week when Chief Karl Jegeris announced a new position within the department.

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