One of Standing Bear's descendants is asking a museum at Harvard University to return a tomahawk that once belonged to the Ponca chief.
A man who shot and killed two people and wounded a third at a Wisconsin casino's restaurant before police killed him had been fired from the eatery and banned from the property, authorities said Monday.
Winner of numerous 2020 literary honors, this novel is inspired by the author’s grandfather, who fought hard to help save his Chippewa tribe from government termination. “High drama, low comedy, ghost stories, mystical visions, family and tribal lore — wed to a surprising outbreak of enthusiasm for boxing matches,” wrote New York Times reviewer Luis Alberto Urrea. “We are grateful to be allowed into this world.”
The greatest love stories don’t always involve passionate romance, but rather, unwavering trust.
As of Tuesday, the 1,000-member reservation had 24 positive cases of COVID-19. But it also had 300 tests to process.
LINCOLN — Nebraskans hoping to see social distancing rules disappear after May 1 got a dose of caution from Gov. Pete Ricketts on Thursday.
As the construction at the southern border continues, the Trump administration is being accused by lawmakers of destroying Native American bur…
Within the state of Nebraska, the United States National Park Service has designated three National Monuments, five National Historic Trails, …
In the initial media churn, they were nearly missed.
Local officials say education is the key to helping people live longer, healthier lives.
The designer is a 77-year-old Marine Corps veteran of Cheyenne and Arapaho heritage.
LINCOLN — Nebraska has joined Iowa in a federal lawsuit seeking to block the Ponca Tribe from opening a casino in Carter Lake.
The federal indictments special counsel Robert Mueller handed down a few days ago confirmed that Russian agents did, indeed, use social media to interfere with the 2016 presidential election — and, even more than that, to sow political animosity, heighten divisions, and pit Americans against one another. Several workers at a Russian “troll farm” have now confirmed the thrust of the indictment.
LINCOLN — The last ancestral Ponca remains held by the Nebraska State Historical Society will be reburied next week on a grassy, hilltop cemet…
LINCOLN — U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development officials in Nebraska are seeking project proposals by April 7 for the Rural Busine…
During a ceremony Sunday in Lincoln, tribal leaders signed an agreement to accept 19½ miles of a former railroad right-of-way between Beatrice and the Kansas border in southeast Nebraska.