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Explosion reported at San Juan Generating Station

One of two coal-fired units still in operation at the San Juan Generating Station exploded on Saturday afternoon, confirmed Corporate Communications Officer Raymond Sandoval with Public Service of New Mexico, Resources.


Police ask for public’s help with hit-and-run accident in Standing Rock

The Navajo Nation Police is asking for the public’s help in helping locate the person or persons who left the scene of a fatal hit-and-run accident that occurred late Tuesday evening in Standing Rock, New Mexico.


Naabi votes against bill that would allow feds to enter rez, make arrests

A bill in Congress seeks to violate the Treaty of 1868. House Resolution 4864, the so-called “No Haven for Dangerous Fugitives Act,” was introduced by U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem, a Republican, from South Dakota.


Jails face shutdown, tribe comes to rescue

The Navajo Department of Corrections, simply put, is in dire straits.


Public intoxication soaks up police time, budget

Last year, Navajo Nation Police handled 16,452 public intoxication, or PI, calls across the reservation, with each call lasting an average of two hours. And it seems that trend will continue.


AMBER Alert ‘live’ on Navajo Nation

According to an emergency coordinator and acting director for the Navajo Nation Department of Emergency Management, the system has been “live” since the new year began.


‘Who’s ready to give it all?’

17 police recruits comprise first class since 2011


‘I’m gonna get bald’

6-year-old begins second bout against rare cancer


After 16 months, police chief making progress

The small steps the Navajo Nation Police Department has been making since Chief Phillip Francisco took the reins in July 2016 could come to fruition in 2018.


Sanders school bus involved in fatal accident

A Sanders Unified School District bus transporting children was involved in an accident with another vehicle Tuesday evening on old Route 66 across from the Lupton rest area on I-40.