A man has been arrested after an SUV barreled through a parade that celebrates Native American culture in New Mexico. Investigators say they do not believe the incident was motivated by ethnic hatred.
Samuel Sandoval was one of hundreds of Navajos recruited by the Marines to send and receive military communications in secret code using their native language during WWII.
Officials with the Navajo Nation say a bill that removes a same-sex marriage ban that has been on the books since 2005 can now be acted upon by the Native American nation's legislature.
In a pandemic that has seen sharp divides between urban and rural vaccination rates nationwide, Arizona is the only state where rural vaccine rates outpaced more populated counties, the CDC says.
SRP donated two crews to volunteer with teams from 10 other states to electrify more than two dozen homes on the Navajo Nation that have been asking for power for decades.
The Arizona Dept. of Transportation reopened State Routes 261, 273 and 473 on April 14. They all lead to lakes in the White Mountains and are normally closed every winter season.
Daniel Peaches died Tuesday, the Navajo Nation Council said in a statement. Peaches’ son told The Associated Press that his father died from cancer. He was 82.
The Arizona Republican Party filed a lawsuit, asking the Arizona Supreme Court to rule early voting is unconstitutional. But at the state capitol, a group says early voting is essential and banishing it would hurt their communities.
Roselyn Tso, an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation, most recently served as director of the agency’s Navajo region, which stretches across parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah.
We've all heard of 'Spring Forward, Fall Back,' but that's not a thing we do in Arizona (mostly). Here's what you should know on why Arizona generally does not observe Daylight Saving Time.
The Navajo Nation implemented a mask mandate early on in the pandemic. Residents and visitors are required to wear masks in public, and schoolchildren also must mask up.
A drone delivering medical supplies and other essentials to Navajo Nation residents launched for the first time ever, the administration said. The “Healing Eagle Feather” drone can carry up to 14 pounds.
On Saturday, tribal health officials reported 330 new cases and four more deaths on the vast reservation that covers 27,000 square miles and extends into parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah.
Navajo President Jonathan Nez said the facilities also are working to give out more home testing kits this month while cases are surging.
Navajo Nation health officials have changed how the term “fully vaccinated” is defined by making it two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine plus a booster shot.
January is National Human Trafficking Awareness month and the Navajo Nation is gearing up to take on the problem.
Bashas' is reassuring thousands on the Navajo Nation that they are working to fix the supply chain issue, which has led to empty shelves and rising concern among residents.
The Navajo Nation on Tuesday, Jan. 11 reported 93 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and one death, the first in four days.
The latest numbers pushed the number of cases on the Navajo Nation at 41,657 since the pandemic began.
The Ice Denettes Synchronized Skating Team from Chandler is collecting money and toys that will be donated and delivered to the Hopi Reservation on Saturday, Dec. 18.