PHOENIX — Tribal members living on tribal land cannot be prosecuted by the state for failing to register as sex offenders, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled Monday.
Officials of New Mexico and the Navajo Nation have weighed in to oppose a move by Arizona regulators to open the state’s retail electric markets to competition, contending it would likely result in the closure of the Four Corners power plant and decimate the area’s economy.
Almost six years after stabbing to death her University of Arizona roommate, Galareka Harrison was again sentenced to life in prison.
The Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort is about 20 miles east of Flagstaff and named for a nearby trading post and rest stop.
A grand chandelier in the entryway holds symbolic Navajo meaning.
New sets of twin arrows are beckoning travelers on Interstate 40 in Northern Arizona, about 20 miles east of Flagstaff.
Ron Odell, left, and Manny Mendez of the city Parks and Recreation Department mark out lines for tents in advance of today's dedication of an athletic field to honor Army Spc. Christopher Moon, a baseball star at Tucson High.
As children play in a multi-use field at Grijalva Park, they will be connected to an athlete and hero who grew up and played in the Midvale Park subdivision.
Some tribal officials in eastern Arizona are criticizing Jonathan Paton today for a circle mark he made on a questionnaire -- a mark they say signifies opposition to their key industry.
When now-retired Judge Nanette Warner sentenced Galareka Harrison to a natural life sentence for killing her University of Arizona dormmmate, she said she would’ve given the student a shot at parole if Harrison had been abused as a child or had a significant mental problem.
FLAGSTAFF — The Navajo Nation has sued Urban Outfitters Inc. months after the tribe sent a cease and desist letter to the clothing retailer demanding it pull the “Navajo” name from its products.