Creators of the popular video “Baby Shark,” whose “doo doo doo” song was played at the World Series in October and has been a viral hit with toddlers around the world, have released a Navajo version of the tune.
A northern Arizona man has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for vehicular homicide.
Flags will be flown at half-staff on the Navajo Nation Wednesday in honor of a Korean War veteran and retired police officer who died late last month.
Creators of the popular video “Baby Shark,” whose “doo doo doo” song was played at the World Series in October, are developing a version in Navajo.
A massive coal-fired power plant that served customers in the West for nearly 50 years shut down Monday, the latest closure in a shift away from coal and toward renewable energy and cheaper power.
Navajo Police Department officials say a 22-year veteran officer has died after suffering a medical problem while on duty last month.
Before the year ends, the Navajo Generating Station near the Arizona-Utah border will close and others in the region are on track to shut down or reduce their output in the next few years. Its owners are turning to cheaper power produced by natural gas as they and other coal-fired plants in the U.S. face growing pressure over contributing to climate change.
A local rescue in northern Arizona has found a dog after he ran away when his owners were involved in a serious car crash.
A woman who teaches third-graders from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community is the first Native American to be named Arizona Education Foundation's teacher of the year.
People across Arizona are searching for a dog who ran from the scene of a car crash in the northern part of the state. Animal rescue workers want to find this missing pet. FOX 10's Jennifer Martinez reports.
A federal appeals court has stayed the execution of a Navajo man convicted of the murder of a 63-year-old fellow tribal member and her 9-year-old granddaughter.
A newly formed Phoenix-based company wants to put up dams on the Little Colorado River to generate electricity.
Native American and Hispanic leaders told a panel of members of Congress on Tuesday that decisions to reduce the number of polling stations and restrict early voting have disenfranchised members of their community.
Lawyers for a federal prisoner scheduled to be put to death in December want a federal appeals court to halt his execution so they can interview jurors who heard his case.
The Navajo Nation wants to build on a pilot project that connected more than 230 homes to the electric grid.
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Federal officials have launched multiple measures to reduce cases of missing and killed Native Americans in the past year, including boosting funding for crime victim and witness services, said a U.S. attorney who leads a Justice Department committee on tribal policy.
A federal appeals court has upheld a man’s second-degree murder conviction but threw out another conviction based on the first while ruling that the murder isn’t always a crime of violence under federal law.
Some Navajo Nation officials are seeking to ask New Mexico to rename a U.S. highway after one of the longest-serving Native American lawmakers in U.S. history.
The nation's largest Native American reservation and New Mexico's largest city have signed an agreement aimed at protecting Navajo Nation members from discrimination.