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Police report double suicide at Gallup Wal-Mart

The Gallup Police Department is currently investigating what they are saying is a double suicide in the parking lot of the Gallup Wal-Mart.


286 people on rez living with HIV

Figures released this month by the Navajo Nation Department of Health indicate there are 286 people living with HIV on the Navajo Reservation. That includes 30 newly diagnosed cases.


Abandoned House Catches Fire in Fort Defiance

An abandoned house caught fire in the Fort Defiance neighborhood of Rio Puerco Housing Saturday afternoon. Foul play is suspected.


3.8 magnitude tremor reported in northern part of reservation

An earthquake measuring 3.8-magnitude was reported by the U.S. Geological Survey at 10:01 p.m. Friday Southwest of Bluff, Utah.


NHA board’s response: ‘Outrageous, simply wrong’

Navajo Housing Authority officials on Thursday issued an official response to a letter from Navajo Nation leaders earlier in the week asking them to fire the top management of the agency.

Music News

Diné Family wins ‘Jazz Hero’ award

The Redhouse Family Jazz Band of Tucson has been honored as “Jazz Heroes” by the Jazz Journalists Association.


Shots fired at Dennehotso man, woman claims

The Navajo Nation’s Kayenta police are looking for a man who fired six shots at another man, according to the aunt of the suspect.


New plan hatched to push profit, jobs, businesses

Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye is seeking support from committees of the Navajo Nation Council for a new approach to economic development.


Visions of a firefighter

Volunteer firefighters, rare on the reservation, struggle to chase their dream


Firearm registration bill stirs controversy

The U.S. Marine who served during the Persian Gulf War says his gun registration bill will not impede on anyone’s Second Amendment rights – the right to bear arms.