A confrontation gives rise to a program to build bridges between racial groups in Rapid City.
The Minnesota Chippewa Tribe executive committee censures White Earth Chairwoman Erma Vizenor.
The annual Chief Big Foot Ban Memorial ride gets underway.
The Lakota Peoples Law Project calls for Truth and Reconciliation
The 39th annual Lakota Nation Invitational basketball tournament crowns two champions in Rapid City, SD.
The Salish Kootenai College suspends classes for a day to honor their president who died Monday.
Police chief says the investigation into who killed John Hartman 18 years ago is closed.
Members of the Confederated Tribes in Oregon approve a marijuana growing operation.
The bison takes a step closer to official national recognition.
The Fairbanks Four walk free after nearly two decades in prison.
A new road will connect with an isolated First Nation reserve cut off for more than a century.
Correction: the original version of the National Native News story on the Fairbanks Four incorrectly identified the victim, John Hartman. We regret the error.
Health officials raise concerns about possible spike in heroin use in Indian Country
Northwest tribes concerned Klamath water plan will not be approved by Congress
Education law includes aid for Native education and cultural preservation