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Leland Grass is helping people create better relationships with their horses. He says it’s fascinating to see how horses help their owners become not just better riders, but better individuals. And he has a young apprentice learning the art.

50 Years Ago: The mystery of the skeleton found in a Crownpoint cave

The Navajo Nation, as well as area law enforcement officials, say they still don’t know quite what to do about what was reported in 1964 at a school in Las Vegas.

More than 100 years after their deaths, children buried on the campus of the former Carlisle Indian Industrial School are on their way home.

Gary Mike is asking community members to be careful how they donate.

The body of a man landed on a dirt road after he was ejected from a vehicle during a crash on Friday morning. At least three other people were injured and two others were trapped inside the vehicle.

50 Years Ago: MacDonald takes on U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater

Peter MacDonald was back in the news this week when he decided that as the director of the Navajo Office of Economic Opportunity, he would support the U.S. senator who criticized the amount of money the federal government was spending on the poor, saying more should be given to Indian programs.

More than 90 men and woman showed up at the Santa Fe National Cemetery to honor a brave Navajo Code Talker.

Thousands attend funeral, Mike remembered as kind and sweet

Kidnapping, murder suspect waives prelim

om Begaye, Jr., Diné, 27, who is accused of kidnapping and murdering 11-year old Ashlynne Mike, appeared before federal Judge Steven Yarbrough last Friday morning.

Navajo Nation moves to create Amber Alert system

The Navajo Nation Law and Order committee met with Navajo Nation Department of Public Safety Director Jesse Delmar on Monday to discuss a course of action to the nation’s lack of an Amber Alert system.