A federal appeals court has revived a challenge to a company’s right to mine uranium near the Grand Canyon.
A lawyer says four Native Americans who claimed they were sexually abused while enrolled in a now-defunct Mormon church foster program decades ago have filed paperwork to dismiss their cases after reaching financial settlements.
Every March 21, Roberta Tortice says “Happy Birthday” to her youngest child — the same words she spoke when she first held the girl, her face flawless and beautiful.
Katherine “Kat” Tortice’s body was found in a shallow grave on an American Indian reservation in Arizona more than a decade ago, and now the man responsible for leaving the teenager for dead is going to prison for eight years.
Down the road from Hank Blair’s trading post in the tiny community of Lukachukai on the Navajo Nation, a sign occasionally would pop up in a corn field saying the crop was ready.
Connie Jones’ life wasn’t routine.
A small Arizona school district has bucked the trend in staying open during a statewide teacher walkout.
An endangered fish that makes its home in the Colorado River basin no longer is at the brink of extinction.
Police in a Phoenix suburb say one of Uber’s self-driving vehicles has struck and killed a pedestrian.
A wooden box carried an eagle feather and bone whistle, a gourd rattle and a feather fan — items that carry spiritual energy and are used in Native American religious ceremonies.