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Amber Alert hung up on paperwork glitch

The legwork to implement the Amber Alert and the 911 systems for the Navajo Nation is ready to go. It just needs the money to kick-start it.

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Checkmated by crime

Jurisdictional issues plague police, citizens

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Tsingine family hurt but not deterred in quest for justice

“We didn’t want to hear it but we knew that what he was saying kind of made sense because everything is based on a white man’s rules, regulations, policies, and laws.”

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Gone girls

Mothers of missing women cling to hope

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Code Talker passes on

Navajo Code Talker David Patterson, Sr., has passed on. He was 94.

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Shiprock hears ideas for replacing San Juan Bridge

The good news is the San Juan Bridge is not going to be torn down.

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Police attempt to ID stabbing victim

Gallup city police were trying Tuesday morning to confirm the identity of a male Native American in his late 50s who was stabbed to death on south Second Street late Saturday night.

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Dilkon homicide suspect apprehended

Brian Tewanema, the homicide suspect who eluded police for 10 days, has been apprehended by the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office.

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Police: Navajo Nation police officer kills a bicyclist while drunk

Glendale Police have arrested Navajo Nation police officer Kevin Hevel, 30, of Jeddito, Arizona, on suspicion of manslaughter, felony endangerment, driving under the influence and failure to stay at the scene of an accident causing death.

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Fire crews unable to control fire on Naatsis’aan

A fire on the southwest side of Naatsis’aan that may have been started by lightning has burned more than 20 acres since Monday afternoon.