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A Navajo family impacted by floods in Texas is safe, but say they lost everything.

Two Gallup residents were arrested Wednesday by McKinley County Sheriff’s deputies in connection with a burglary attempt in Tse Bonito and an attempted escape into Arizona.

If you are a fan of the Miss Navajo fry bread-making contest, expect not to see it this year.

Shiprock Chapter President Duane “Chili” Yazzie said his community has been trying to get a new and improved judicial and public safety facility for the past 10 years.

Diné leaders become lawmen, leading to today’s police force

With the Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation set to sunset next year, there have been many emotional public hearings with testimony from people on the Navajo Partitioned Land and Hopi Partitioned Land who are still struggling with the aftermath of the Navajo-Hopi Land Settlement.

As the 21st annual Navajo Tribal Fair was on the verge of starting, Navajo Tribal Chairman Raymond Nakai was reportedly feeling very good about the past year and he wanted to send a message to fairgoers.

Pro-monument advocates are “deeply disappointed and aggrieved” over reports that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has recommended to President Donald Trump to redraw the Bears Ears National Monument in southeastern Utah.

New Mexico State Police and the San Juan Sheriff’s officers were involved in a shooting that ended with one man killed during a traffic stop in Farmington on Sunday morning around 9:30 a.m.

Navajo Nation Police officers on Thursday afternoon escorted the body of fallen Kayenta Police Officer Nelson L. Martin from Flagstaff to Shiprock.