By Kalle Benallie | Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019
PHOENIX – A class of Navajo women entrepreneurs graduate from a free business training program to start their own businesses and help their communities.
By Laurel Morales | Friday, Nov. 22, 2019
DENNEHOTSO – Unregulated drinking water sources are the greatest public health risk on the Navajo Reservation, according to the EPA.
By Ricky Cornish | Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019
PHOENIX - A federal grant awarded to Native American Connections in Phoenix will allow the group to provide primary care medical services to patients. The group already offers substance abuse treatment and mental health services.
By Amanda Slee | Monday, July 1, 2019
PHOENIX – Native American history, culture and art were the focus of the Heard Museum’s second annual Teacher Institute.
By Vivian Meza | Monday, May 27, 2019
HOUCK – Nellie Shirley was born in 1932 on the Navajo Reservation and has lived there except during the years she attended boarding school. After her parents died when she was 13, she was sent to two schools where she was able to strengthen her Catholic faith as well as embrace her Navajo culture.
By Jake Goodrick | Thursday, May 2, 2019
GANADO – Bus driver Freddie Yazzie inspires students with photos all over bus of other students who succeeded in Navajo community.
By Quindrea Yazzie | Wednesday, April 3, 2019
PHOENIX – The House approved a motion by voice vote to move forward with a code of conduct that Republican leaders promised last year.
By Molly Stellino | Monday, April 1, 2019
PHOENIX – “You Racist, Sexist, Bigot” features the stories of Arizonans of different races, sexuality, religion, political beliefs and gender to start difficult discussions about discrimination.
By Bret Jaspers | Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019
PHOENIX – Arizona lawmakers say they’ve made progress on a drought contingency plan, but much remains to be done before a Jan. 31 deadline imposed by federal water managers.
By Jake Goodrick | Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018
LOW MOUNTAIN – “Rez golf,” played with secondhand clubs on rugged courses amid rocks, livestock and medicinal plants, is gaining popularity among Navajos.
By Olivia Richard | Friday, April 27, 2018
The teenage squadron of the Civil Air Patrol’s Arizona wing, named after a Navajo Code Talker, soared over the Grand Canyon in their first flights.
By Lauren Kalijur and Macee Beheler | Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017
CROW AGENCY, Mont. – When John Doyle first noticed signs of trouble in the Little Bighorn River, he was still a young member of the Apsaalooke Nation in southeastern Montana.