- Co-op agreement finalized for buyback program Updated: Dec-10-13 12:50 am
- EPA: Lands around Riverton still 'Indian Country' Updated: Dec-10-13 12:32 am
- Fishermen fight for right to cast lines in Gary Updated: Dec-02-13 10:22 am
- Interior Sec. Jewell signs tribal agreement in OK Updated: Nov-25-13 1:58 pm
- US Park Police chief announces retirement Updated: Nov-21-13 11:22 pm
- Interior Dept. announces $8.7M for Nevada projects Updated: Nov-18-13 7:02 pm
- Court to hear arguments over grizzly bear records Updated: Nov-13-13 1:29 pm
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - The U.S. Department of the Interior has finalized the first cooperative agreement in a $1.9 billion Native American land buyback program stemming from the settlement of a nearly 17-year lawsuit over more than a century's worth of mismanaged trust royalties, federal officials announced Monday.
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has determined that congressional action over a century ago didn't change the legal status of nearly 1.5 million acres around Riverton as Indian Country.
GARY, Indiana - Silas Sconiers and Stacey Clayton just want to spend their retirement fishing.
SHAWNEE, Oklahoma - U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell signed an agreement Monday with the Citizen Potawatomi Nation that gives them greater control of their trust land.
WASHINGTON - The chief of the United States Park Police, who was once fired for publicly complaining about lack of staffing and funding, said Thursday that she plans to retire next month after more than three decades in law enforcement.
CARSON CITY, Nevada - The federal government is committing $8.7 million for various projects in Nevada.
CASPER, Wyoming - The Wyoming Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments next week in a lawsuit by an activist who wants to inspect state documents on grizzly bears.