The question stems from the criminal case of Dana Bullcoming, a former Bureau of Indian Affairs law enforcement officer who was convicted of raping a Northern Cheyenne woman.
A report prepared for the state of Wyoming found that at least 710 Native Americans were reported missing between 2011 and late 2020.
A prosecutor for the Crow Tribe accused a federal law enforcement officer of assault, criminal endangerment and negligent endangerment after t…
A BIA patrol vehicle rear-ended a car driven by a 20-year-old Northern Cheyenne woman while responding to call, totaling her car but resulting in no serious injuries.
Ownership of the National Bison Range west of St. Ignatius officially moved from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to the Bureau of Indian Affairs on Wednesday.
A Roosevelt County resident and enrolled tribal member has reached a settlement with federal government over injuries inflicted on him while i…
"Termination" was a policy that was designed to end the government's role in Indian affairs. After a failed effort in Washington state, no other tribe had to deal with the policy.
U.S. Interior Department officials on Tuesday moved to reverse actions taken under Trump that they said had hindered efforts by Native American tribes to establish, consolidate and govern their homelands.
Terri Smith served as chief judge of the Wind River Tribal Court in 2018 and 2019. In August 2019, she pleaded guilty to delivering cocaine and conspiring to deliver oxycodone.
The FBI has identified a man sought in connection with an incident Sunday morning in which a Bureau of Indian Affairs officer in Lodge Grass s…
The FBI is investigating after a Bureau of Indian Affairs officer shot a man during an incident Sunday morning in Lodge Grass.
Initial consultations between the U.S. Department of the Interior and the country’s tribal nations began Monday with a teleconference that inc…
One year ago, Little Shell tribal members rejoiced when the "day that never comes" finally arrived.
A death investigation involving two federal agencies is ongoing after a body was found on the Crow Indian Reservation in late November.
With the tribe's requests for help falling on deaf ears, the 444,000-acre reservation has become what they called a “lawless land.”
The new Crow Tribal Police force is working with an upstart organization that says it will help “co-create” the fledgling department.
Last week, a new federal office tasked with solving "cold cases" in Indian Country opened in Billings.
The FBI and Bureau of Indian Affairs were working together Tuesday investigating a death on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation.
Firefighters are beating back a small wildfire in the Pryor Mountains that ignited Thursday afternoon, and a fire near Miles City nears containment Friday as evacuation orders for nearby homes have been lifted.
Firefighters extinguished more than two dozen small fires on the Crow Indian Reservation in southeast Montana that were believed to be started by an arsonist.