Klee Benally, a Navajo man who advocated on behalf of Indigenous people and environmental causes, has died, his sister said. He was 48 years old.
Learn about the hat company paying homage to Navajo Nation.
The declaration allows the tribe to add more personnel, travel resources, medical supplies, funding and other means of support to address the ongoing problem.
70 pilots from Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado took part in the Navajo Christmas airlift on Nov. 10. FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen reports.
The former president of the Navajo Nation is mounting a bid for one of Arizona's congressional seats.
Former Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez announced Monday that he’s running for Congress. Nez said he will challenge incumbent Eli Crane, who has represented Arizona’s redrawn 2nd Congressional District since last year.
Two children have been hospitalized at Phoenix Children's after a deadly crash that killed two adults on the Navajo Nation in eastern Arizona. The Arizona Department of Public Safety says the crash happened on Oct. 11 when a semi collided head-on with a car in Kayenta.
The ‘ring of fire’ event is considered a rebirth of the sun, according to Navajo tradition. traditions encourage inactivity, including no spectating, eating, sleeping
The boyfriend of a Navajo woman whose case became emblematic of an international movement launched to draw attention to an epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous women was convicted of first-degree murder in her fatal shooting.
Autumn Nelson said she was seeking help for alcohol addiction last spring when fellow members of the Blackfeet Nation in Montana suggested a rehabilitation center in Phoenix, far to the south.
A ride-along with Navajo Nation Police shows struggling Native Americans on the streets of Phoenix as the Medicaid fraud crisis upends people's lives. Many were targets of a scheme by homes only looking to get paid by the state.
A Mustang colt abandoned by its herd was rescued on the Navajo Nation and a high speed chase slowed down efforts to get the horse to a Valley animal hospital. FOX 10's Marissa Sarbak reports.
A legislator for a Native American nation that covers a portion of Northeastern Arizona and Northwestern New Mexico has unveiled a new push to legalize same-sex marriage within the native nation's territories.
States that draw water from the river — Arizona, Nevada and Colorado — and water districts in California that are also involved in the case had urged the court to decide for them, which the justices did in a 5-4 ruling.
We have showed you the sober living scheme that targets Native Americans to make money off their benefits, and now, tribal leaders, along with law enforcement, are working to get lost relatives back home, or the help they need. FOX 10 Investigator Justin Lum has more on Operation Rainbow Bridge.
Officers with Navajo PD's Tuba City District received the call at 4:30 a.m. on June 15 after a person was reportedly drunk and causing a disturbance, refusing to leave.
Navajo law enforcement teams made contact with several hundred Native Americans from various tribes who are living on the streets in the metro Phoenix area, after the state cracked down on Medicaid fraud and suspended unlicensed sober living homes, Navajo Nation Attorney General Ethel Branch said.
A disaster declaration for the Navajo Nation was approved after winter storms and flooding continue to damage their homes. However, those resources aren't being distributed to everyone who lives there.
The Navajo Nation is set receive federal emergency aid to help repair damage caused by severe flooding during a series of storms earlier this year.
Begay was 62 at the time she disappeared. Her case has garnered national attention as tribal leaders, state legislators and law enforcement agencies across the country have been working to establish special commissions and task forces aimed at investigating missing person cases and unsolved slayings in Indian Country.