- Archaeologists plan dig at NY's 1755 battleground Updated: Apr-19-14 6:28 pm
- American Indian tribe gets cards for elver catch Updated: Apr-18-14 4:05 am
- Louisiana company holds job fair at Hardin jail Updated: Apr-17-14 12:59 pm
- Pine Ridge man honored for solar energy projects Updated: Apr-17-14 7:49 am
- Freight train industry to miss safety deadline Updated: Apr-16-14 9:12 pm
- Mexico probes death of pregnant woman at clinic Updated: Apr-16-14 6:34 pm
- Wisconsin's Oneida tribe hosts food summit Updated: Apr-16-14 11:52 am
- May 1 trial set in Rocky Boy embezzlement case Updated: Apr-15-14 10:22 pm
- Wyoming governor touts wolf reintroduction success Updated: Apr-15-14 7:46 pm
- University to keep nickname; add Ute scholarships Updated: Apr-15-14 5:47 pm
- Native American screenwriter showing film in Tulsa Updated: Apr-15-14 3:20 am
- New Mexico high court orders tribal recognition Updated: Apr-14-14 7:04 pm
- Wolf Point to redraw districts for school board Updated: Apr-14-14 5:56 pm
- Native Americans say US violated human rights Updated: Apr-14-14 2:08 pm
- High court: Alaska tribe should settle dispute Updated: Apr-14-14 1:42 pm
- Descendant preserves history of Pa. settlers Updated: Apr-14-14 10:38 am
- Washington state man to lead Sitka tribe Updated: Apr-13-14 5:07 am
- Hardin jail eyed for regional inmate facility Updated: Apr-11-14 3:01 pm
- Navajo Council, UN expert criticize Redskins name Updated: Apr-11-14 10:24 am
- UN expert weighs in on Redskins controversy Updated: Apr-11-14 5:48 am
- One of last Native American code talkers dies Updated: Apr-09-14 4:12 pm
- Oklahoma digging for prehistoric relics to resume Updated: Apr-08-14 1:02 pm
- Feature film 'Mekko' to start shooting in Tulsa Updated: Apr-08-14 3:20 am
- Michigan group seeks recognition as Indian tribe Updated: Apr-07-14 9:29 pm
- Fallin, Anoatubby urge passage of $40M museum fix Updated: Apr-07-14 6:16 pm
LAKE GEORGE, New York - An archaeological dig at a French and Indian War battleground in the southern Adirondacks has been given the green light.
WHITING, Maine - Fishermen in an American Indian tribe may now pick up electronic swipe cards that will allow them to fish for elvers in Maine and record sales of the baby eels.
HARDIN, Montana - A private corrections company that plans to turn a long-vacant southeastern Montana jail into a treatment center for Bureau of Indian Affairs inmates held a job fair to take applications for about 115 jobs.
PIERRE, South Dakota - The man behind a renewable energy company on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota will be one of ten White House honorees this week.
WASHINGTON - Only one-fifth of its track will be equipped with mandatory safety technology to prevent the most catastrophic kinds of collisions and derailments by the deadline set by Congress, the freight railroad industry said Wednesday.
MEXICO CITY - Mexico's National Human Rights Commission said Wednesday it will investigate the latest apparent case of denial of medical care for poor women, after a pregnant Mixtec Indian woman died in a clinic along with her unborn child.
ASHWAUBENON, Wisconsin - The Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin hopes to combat serious health problems among Native Americans by teaching other tribal members to farm and preserve their own food.
HAVRE, Montana - A federal judge has set a May 1 trial date in the embezzlement case against former Rocky Boy Indian Reservation health clinic director Fawn Tadios.
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - A recent survey showing Wyoming's wolf population is stable proves ending federal protections for the animals and placing them under state management was the right move, Gov. Matt Mead said Tuesday.
SALT LAKE CITY - The University of Utah will keep its "Ute" name for sports teams under a new agreement announced Tuesday with leaders of the Ute Indian Tribe that also provides increased recruiting and financial help for tribe members.
TULSA, Oklahoma - Native American writer Sherman Alexie will be in Tulsa for a screening of his film "Smoke Signals" and to answer questions.
SANTA FE, New Mexico - New Mexico's highest court on Monday ordered Gov. Susana Martinez to recognize the Fort Sill Apache as a New Mexico tribe.
HELENA, Montana - Wolf Point school district has agreed to redraw its voting areas for board elections after an ACLU lawsuit argued the district favored white voters in the predominantly Native American area.
WASHINGTON - A Native American group is asking the international community to charge the United States with human rights violations in hopes of getting help with a land claim.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Alaska Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling that a tribal dispute involving leadership should be settled locally, not through the court system.
PITTSBURGH - When Ken Girty goes to reunions for descendants of Revolutionary War-era Americans, his name is known among the best of them.
SITKA, Alaska - A Washington state man is the new general manager for the Sitka Tribe of Alaska.
BILLINGS, Montana - A private corrections company has reached a tentative deal to turn a long-vacant southeastern Montana jail into a treatment center that would draw federal Bureau of Indian Affairs inmates from across the region, according to company and local officials.
WINDOW ROCK, Arizona - The Navajo Nation Council voted to oppose the use of the Washington Redskins name, while a United Nations human rights expert said separately that the term is "inextricably linked to a history of suffering and dispossession."
GENEVA - A United Nations human rights expert says the name of the Washington Redskins football team is a "hurtful reminder" of the mistreatment of Native Americans, but stopped short of joining in calls for the team's owner to change the name.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Edmond Harjo, one of the last surviving members of a group of American Indians who used their Native languages to outmaneuver the enemy during World Wars I and II, died last week in Oklahoma. He was 96.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Archaeologists will return to an ancient Native American site in eastern Oklahoma next month to resume excavation, after they discovered a prehistoric building there last October.
TULSA, Oklahoma - A feature film about a homeless Native American parolee trying to find his way in Tulsa is set to start shooting later this month.
ESCANABA, Michigan - An Indian group has asked the federal government for recognition as a tribe.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin joined with the leader of one of the state's most powerful Indian tribes on Monday in an effort to convince House Republicans to support a $40 million plan to complete a massive Native American museum in Oklahoma City.