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Former Dilkon Chapter Vice President Daryl Joe was found guilty of five charges of forgery by the Dilkon District Court of the Navajo Nation.

A one-year-old boy from Aztec, New Mexico, is recovering from a stroke allegedly caused by his abusive father. Quentin Mitchell, 35, of Aztec, was arrested on two first-degree felony counts of abuse of a child resulting in great bodily harm on Aug. 31.

Police in Flagstaff are seeking information about an alleged kidnapping and sexual assault suspect, who kidnapped an 18-year-old woman on the night of Sept. 10.

A Bureau of Indian Affairs’ K-9 officer seized 15.9 pounds of methamphetamine and 1.25 pounds of heroin on Interstate 25 on the San Felipe Pueblo Reservation.

The FBI and Arizona law enforcement partners are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying two violent casino robbers.

Piñon’s elite search team is on the job

A Phoenix man died Sunday after falling about 800 feet from the rim of Horseshoe Bend into Glen Canyon

The snowfall on Sunday in the Gallup area created icy spots throughout the day on Interstate 40, causing several accidents including one that involved six vehicles. Several reservation residents found themselves involved in these accidents.

For the past two and a half years, Judy Pete has been hoping to hear that someone has been charged with the murder of her son, Durwin Merrill Davis.

A federal judge has given a Kayenta man one of the stiffest sentences ever placed on someone found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and aggravated assault.