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Some 200 American Indian and Alaskan Native physicians are in Portland this week to address the unique health issues among Native Americans. The annual gathering of the Association of American Indian Physicians is this week.
Sitting in the back of a van with the hatchback up, Dillon Begay put on American Indian regalia.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is calling on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to return the remains of an ancient skeleton called the Kennewick Man to American Indian tribes.
Federal regulators says developers of a facility for liquefied natural gas on the Oregon Coast will need to shore up relations with American Indian tribes and do more work to protect endangered species.
The Obama administration will spend the day meeting with American Indian leaders. Thursday is the White House Tribal Nations Conference.
A California American Indian tribe asked federal regulators Tuesday to order the removal of four dams on the Klamath River. The tribe says a restoration plan for the river is stalled.
The U.S. Attorney's Office in Portland says Oregon's American Indian tribes will receive a $5.8 million grant to bolster public safety on the nation's reservations.
American Indian leaders who have criticized the federal government for years over the way authorities handled major crimes on reservations can mark progress with the release of newly tracked statistics from the U.S. Justice Department.
This Sunday, traditional tribal canoes from the Grand Ronde, Warm Springs and Cowlitz tribes will come ashore at Portland’s Waterfront Park. Riders on horseback will join them in a ceremony to kick off the 68th Annual National Congress of American Indians Convention.
The 68th annual National Congress of American Indians is in Portland for the first time in over 30 years. We'll be live on location talking to the policy experts and local leaders to discuss some of the most important issues for American Indians in the Northwest and across the country.
Over a 20-year period in the early 20th century, Edward S. Curtis took thousands of photos, including this one of a Klamath tribal member, as part of “the North American Indian project.”