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Bill Would Reform Mining Law, Make Companies Clean Up

Instead of taxpayers paying to clean up mine sites, burden would fall to companies

Fake Indian Jewelry Sales Net Three Arrests in New Mexico

Albuquerque shop owner, employee, wholesaler charged under indian Arts and Crafts Act.

Bill to Stop Tohono O'odham's Glendale Casino Delayed

Attempted quick vote to keep tribe from opening facility is put off.

Tohono O’Odham Nation Sues State to Open Casino

Tribe claims Ducey, others blocking certification of Glendale facility already being built.

Loss of Navajo Language Reveals Cultural Shift

Referendum allows non-Navajo speaker to be president

National Park Service Turns 99, Centennial Celebration Begins

Service oversees hundreds of parks and monuments across the country.

Navajo Farmers Lose Irrigation after Mine Waste Spill

Tribal authority has shut down supply for the rest of this season.

METRO WEEK: Native American Youth Desire Ties to Homeland

Plus: Some Indian charter schools struggling, new UA American Indian Studies degree.

Restoration of San Xavier Mission Moves to East Tower

'White Dove Campaign' aims for $3 million for Arizona's oldest European-influenced structure.

Reports: Juvenile Justice System Fails Native Youth

One said state courts are twice as likely to incarcerate Native teens for minor crimes

Tohono O'odham Tribe Sues State to Open Casino

Construction under way on tribal land in Glendale; opposition has fought for years to stop it.

Eagle Feathers: Sacred to Navajos, Protected by U.S.

Supply limited for Native American ceremonies, so one man works to expand availability.

Hopi Protest Another Katsina Auction in Paris

Tribe demands what it calls sacred items be returned 'to their rightful place on Hopi lands.'

Drug Cartels Target Indian Country and Vulnerable People

Addiction high among Native Americans, where unemployment can lead them to drug trade.

Navajo Nation Elects Russell Begaye

Election was delayed for months over language requirement

Navajo Nation Presidential Election Scheduled Tuesday

5-month postponement because one candidate did not speak Navajo, as required in Nation's constitution.

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