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‘I’m gonna get bald’

6-year-old begins second bout against rare cancer

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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.

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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.

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DWI case illustrates complicated jurisdiction issues

But it gets complicated when the sovereign immunity of a tribal member is violated by a police officer working with an outside law enforcement agency that does not have an agreement with a tribal government.

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Birth of courts difficult

Diné struggled for the right to make, enforce laws

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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.