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2 drunk drivers plead guilty to killing people in separate Minneapolis incidents

Two men pleaded guilty Monday to driving drunk and killing people in separate crashes in Minneapolis....

 

Cargill disputes link to child slavery claims on Ivory Coast cocoa farms

Cargill, Inc. has asked a federal court to overrule a judicial decision that linked the company to child slavery in the cocoa industry....

 

First Lady Michelle Obama in Minneapolis Tuesday

First Lady Michelle Obama arrives in Minnesota Tuesday to rally Democrats before the Nov. 4 midterm election....

 

First lady joins parade of Democratic stars, rallies voters in Minneapolis

MINNEAPOLIS — First lady Michelle Obama is the latest prominent figure to come through Minnesota to fire up Democrats....

 

Answering your questions on Ebola

Kristen Ehresmann, infectious disease director for the Minnesota Department of Health, answered questions from Star Tribune readers Monday about the Ebola outbreak that has killed more than 4,400 people in West Africa and created wide concern in the United States. Here is an edited excerpt. Read the entire session at...

 

13 injured in collision involving school bus carrying western Missouri volleyball team

LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. — Police in suburban Kansas City say one girl suffered serious injuries and 12 others had minor injuries after a collision involving a school bus carrying a high school volleyball team....

 

Powerful Alabama House speaker indicted on felony ethics charges; calls arrest a 'witch hunt'

OPELIKA, Ala. — Powerful Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard has been arrested on felony ethics charges, accused of using public office for personal gain....

 

Cayuga Nation leaders: 7 arrests illustrate problem Nation faces with 'outsiders attempting to interfere'

UNION SPRINGS, N.Y. -- The arrest of seven men at the Cayuga Nation-owned Lakeside Gas Station is part of a bigger problem, according to Cayuga Nation leaders....

 

Lester Randall new Kickapoo tribal chairman

Lester Randall was elected Oct. 6 as the new chairman of the Tribal Council of the Kickapoo Tribe of Kansas. For more information go to: http://www.hiawathaworldonline.com/news/article_8f435bf3-dffd-54e6-ad01-19820f370de7.html...

 

LdF Tribal Council: Special election Nov. 12 to fill vacant seat

When Henry “Butch” St. Germaine, Sr. was elected president of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians Tribal Council in the Tribal election held Tuesday, Oct. 7, his seat on the Tribal Council became vacant....

 

Native leaders, politicians work to build national forum on missing women

Native leaders and provincial and territorial officials will meet on the sidelines of this week’s National Aboriginal Women’s Summit to discuss plans for a roundtable on murdered and missing indigenous women – the first major step toward making the national forum a reality since the idea for it first emerged...

 

CashCall Banned From Lending in Iowa

At the beginning of October, CashCall Inc., an online lender based in Anaheim, California had its Iowa lending license repealed by the Iowa Superintendent of Banking. Not only is the California lender banned from lending to Iowans, but also must pay victimized borrowers of over 3,400 illegal loans, back $1.5 million....

 

This Is What Modern Day Discrimination Against Native Americans Looks Like

The news: Despite the furor over the Washington Redskins and Columbus Day, the most serious discrimination against Native Americans doesn't take place at a football game or during a poorly-named day off from work. It starts in schools, and pervades all aspects of a Native American's life as time goes...

 

The Suspicious and Tragic Death of Native American Actress Misty Upham

Last week, searchers found the body of Native American actress Misty Upham, who was last seen alive on October 5. Despite reports that Misty was suffering from depression and was suicidal and an official stance that the whole thing was probably an accident, her family and her friend Juliette Lewis believe there was...

 

Squamish Nation officials lose authority over finances after investigation

Two officials with the Squamish Nation have kept elected official status but have been relieved of other duties after an investigation found problems with how nearly $1.5 million was spent from an emergency fund....

 

More than 48 Million Fall Below US Poverty Line

(WASHINGTON) — More than 48 million Americans were living below the poverty line in 2013, the U.S. Census Bureau reports in its supplemental poverty measure....

 

Popular Foods You Didn't Know Native Americans Invented

From drying meat to popping corn, the Native Americans are responsible for perfecting many food-making processes that we still use today....

 

Saskatoon police locate missing woman Darla Eyahpaise

Saskatoon Police have tweeted that Darla Eyahpaise has been located. Her family reported the 28-year-old missing on Sunday....

 

Saskatoon police on two missing person cases

Police are searching for a 28-year-old woman and a nine-year-old boy in two unrelated missing person cases from the weekend....

 

Out of shadow, Jude Schimmel ready to shine

Shoni's gone, but there's still an important Schimmel on the University of Louisville women's basketball team....

 

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