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Federal authorities say 15 historical artifacts stolen almost a half-century ago from a number of Pennsylvania museums have been returned to the institutions.
The $1.6 billion in grants will continue funding for victim services and public safety in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
The U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women announced Dec. 8 awards to 11 Indian Tribal governments to support them in exercising Special Domestic Violence Criminal Jurisdiction or SDVCJ.
An Oklahoma man has been convicted of murder and arson in the burning deaths of his mother and grandmother.
Cherokees and other tribal citizens “blindsided” by the Tulsa mayor’s support for overturning the U.S. Supreme Court’s historic McGirt v. Oklahoma decision descended on City Hall in protest Oct. 27.
Briefs filed allege crimes such as domestic violence have not been prosecuted.
A Tahlequah, Oklahoma, man employed as an urgent care doctor within the Cherokee Nation’s health system was arrested Monday in Arkansas in connection with the death of a former CN nurse.
A new search for the bodies of two northeast Oklahoma girls missing since 1999 started Friday, according to authorities.
Deb Haaland says her heart goes out to Petito’s family, but that she also grieves for “so many Indigenous women’’ whose families have endured similar heartache.