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Rapid City DOC and police look for missing inmate

American Indian Law News - 1 hour 39 min ago
Rapid City, S.D.- Department of Corrections staff members and local law enforcement are searching for a missing state prison inmate in Rapid City.Inmate Paul Trejo walked away from the Rapid City Minimum Unit overnight.Trejo is a 26-year-old Native American male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5-feet 10-inches tall and weighs approximately 245 pounds.Trejo is currently serving a 10-year ...

Law enforcement searching for missing Rapid City inmate

American Indian Law News - 6 hours 10 min ago
Rapid City, S.D.- Department of Corrections staff members and local law enforcement are searching for a missing state prison inmate in Rapid City. Inmate Paul Trejo walked away from the Rapid City Minimum Unit overnight.

Pascua Yaqui basketball player's success a symbol of hope for tribe

Yaqui News - 19 hours 23 sec ago
The bumpy road Ruben Silvas Jr. took to Fairbanks, Alaska, is a bit like the road to Tohono O’odham Community College, where Silvas started his college basketball career.

Religion Without God by Ronald Dworkin – review

American Indian Law News - Sat, 2014-04-19 21:57
Dworkin's enduring contributions to the philosophy of law added riches and colour to our jurisprudence Ronald Dworkin , who died this year, was one of the great legal philosophers of the modern era. His books Taking Rights Seriously (1977), Law's Empire (1986) and Justice in Robes (2006) made him famous as a defender of the role of courts in modern politics, both in the US and – if he had had ...

Salka upsets Collado: Full Report

Yaqui News - Sat, 2014-04-19 20:29
Promoter Bob Arum revealed today that Top Rank is planning a major pay-per-view telecast on February 21 featuring WBC/WBO middleweight champion Kelly Pavlik defending his title, plus two division champion Miguel Cotto fighting for the world title. The telecast will be split between two locations.

Arizona tribe first to prosecute non-Indian under law

Yaqui News - Sat, 2014-04-19 20:11
Posted: Saturday, April 19, 2014 7:00 pm | Updated: 9:06 pm, Sat Apr 19, 2014.

Arizona tribe set to prosecute first non-Indian under a new law

Yaqui News - Sat, 2014-04-19 12:53
PASCUA YAQUI INDIAN RESERVATION, Ariz. — Tribal police chief Michael Valenzuela drove through darkened desert streets, turned into a Circle K convenience store and pointed to the spot beyond the reservation line where his officers used to take the non-Indian men who battered Indian women.  

American Indian tribe gets cards for elver catch

American Indian Law News - Sat, 2014-04-19 01:19
Editors Note APNewsNow. WHITING, Maine (AP) _ Fishermen in an American Indian tribe may now pick up electronic swipe cards that will allow them to fish for elvers in Maine and record sales of the baby eels.

Arizona tribe set to prosecute first non-Indian under a new law

Yaqui News - Fri, 2014-04-18 17:47
The Justice Department and all of Indian country are watching the Pascua Yaquis closely.

Arizona tribe set to prosecute first non-Indian under a new law

Yaqui News - Fri, 2014-04-18 17:47
The Justice Department and all of Indian country are watching the Pascua Yaquis closely.

Arizona tribe set to prosecute first non-Indian under a new law

Yaqui News - Fri, 2014-04-18 17:47
The Justice Department and all of Indian country are watching the Pascua Yaquis closely.

Arizona tribe set to prosecute first non-Indian under a new law

Yaqui News - Fri, 2014-04-18 17:47
The Justice Department and all of Indian country are watching the Pascua Yaquis closely.

Ranchers, Klamath tribes sign deal to share water

American Indian Law News - Fri, 2014-04-18 16:21
Cattle ranchers and American Indian tribes long at odds over scarce water in Oregon's Upper Klamath Basin signed an agreement Friday to share access to rivers and cooperate on restoring habitat for endangered ...

OK Gov. questioned repercussions in Veronica custody dispute

American Indian Law News - Fri, 2014-04-18 11:58
Email correspondence shows that Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin sought to speak with advisers about repercussions with the Cherokee Nation as she considered intervening in a custody dispute involving a Cherokee girl.

Public art tribute to Moxee's hop-growing history

American Indian Law News - Fri, 2014-04-18 10:21
MOXEE, Wash. (AP) - A new work of art in Moxee combines hops, the Yakima River and American Indian heritage to honor the town's history. The work of landscape architecture titled "Valley of the Hops; Land of the Tules" features a meandering concrete pathway surrounded by flora native ...

Experiencing Native America

American Indian Law News - Fri, 2014-04-18 08:48
Modern American Indian culture is thriving in galleries, powwows, film festivals and restaurants. Here are some of the best places in the United States to experience Native America.

American Indian environmentalists battle Sandpiper pipeline, propose route down I-29 in ND and I-94 in Minnesota

American Indian Law News - Fri, 2014-04-18 04:08
ST. PAUL -- An American Indian environmental group led by nationally known Winona LaDuke is fighting a northern Minnesota oil pipeline. Honor the Earth officials say the Sandpiper pipeline is planned to go near or through some of the most environmentally fragile areas of the state, including the country's largest wild rice bed.

American Indian environmentalists battle Sandpiper pipeline, propose route down I-29 in ND and I-94 in Minnesota

American Indian Law News - Fri, 2014-04-18 03:40
ST. PAUL -- An American Indian environmental group led by nationally known Winona LaDuke is fighting a northern Minnesota oil pipeline. Honor the Earth officials say the Sandpiper pipeline is planned to go near or through some of the most environmentally fragile areas of the state, including the country's largest wild rice bed.

American Indian environmentalists battle Sandpiper pipeline, propose route down I-29 in ND and I-94 in Minnesota

American Indian Law News - Thu, 2014-04-17 19:55
ST. PAUL - An American Indian environmental group led by nationally known Winona LaDuke is fighting a northern Minnesota oil pipeline.

Gaming Experts to Join ATIG Board of Directors

American Indian Law News - Thu, 2014-04-17 03:00
To continue to strategically define and lead the Internet Gaming industry, ATIG adds a gaming executive and a noted gaming industry scholar to its Board of Directors. Effective May 1, 2014, ATIG announces ...
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