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Franken bill aims to curb 'stalking’ apps

WASHINGTON - Scarcely five minutes after a woman from northern Minnesota walked into a domestic violence center, a text message from her alleged abuser popped up on her smartphone asking why she was there....

 

Minneapolis schools superintendent gets $12,000 bonus

Minneapolis Schools Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson won a performance bonus of more than $12,000 Tuesday night....

 

With two sides still apart on averting the fiscal cliff, House GOP focuses on backup plan

WASHINGTON - Still short of a "fiscal cliff" deal with the White House, top House Republicans are laboring to rally their rank-and-file behind an alternative plan that would prevent looming tax increases for everyone but those earning over $1 million a year....

 

Feds charge Duluth head shop owner

In defiance of drug charges that could put him behind bars for more than 20 years, Duluth head shop owner Jim Carlson will continue marketing a synthetic version of marijuana that he considers legal, his attorney said Tuesday....

 

Attorney General's office successful in court battle to keep Navajo child in adoptive home

The Arizona Supreme Court denied a petition by the Navajo Nation to review a lower court ruling affirming that an almost 3-year-old Navajo child should continue living in his non-tribal adoptive home, Attorney General Tom Horne said last week....

 

Missing Women Inquiry Rules That Racism and Bias Caused 'Critical Police Failures'

British Columbia's Attorney General Shirley Bond has pledged to implement “systemic changes” after the release of the highly critical Missing Women Commission of Inquiry's final report, which concluded that police bias against indigenous women led to “colossal failure” in investigating the province's largest-ever serial killer case....

 

Inouye Remembered By Native Communities

Hawaii Senator Daniel Inouye was being remembered Tuesday as a World War II combat veteran, as the chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, and as the highest-ranking Asian American politician in U.S. history....

 

NCAI: Inouye ‘A Distinguished Warrior;’ and Other Reactions From Indian Country

One of Indian country’s most reliable allies in the Senate walked on December 17, and as news of Sen. Daniel Inouye’s (D-Hawaii) passing spread across Turtle Island many shared their thoughts on the impact the decorated World War II veteran had on Native communities....

 

Dem senators to GOP women: Help us pass violence law!

Twelve Democratic women in the U.S. Senate want Republican House counterparts to help break a 220-day impasse and renew the 18-year-old federal Violence Against Women Act, which helps local law enforcement solve and prosecute crimes of violence....

 

A step toward better care for Wabanaki children, community healing

The injustice of what happened to many American Indian families in Maine can be overwhelming. State social workers took children away from their parents and communities to assimilate them into white culture, sometimes forcing them to live with abusive foster families. This is part of the state’s history....

 

Panel to probe child welfare abuses against tribes

INDIAN ISLAND, Maine (AP) — Tribal representatives and the state of Maine have named five people who'll lead an investigation into past abuses by child welfare agents who systematically removed tribal children from their households, breaking up families and exposing some to abuse in foster care. Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/news/crime/article/Panel-to-...

 

Federal, tribal, state, local partners monitor Pacific Ocean for reported debris

SEATTLE — Federal, tribal, state and local partners are working closely to monitor waters off of Washington for a large dock that was reported drifting offshore on December 14. There has been no confirmation of the object and it has not been re-located since its initial report. The object is reported to be similar to a dock that beached in Oregon in July....

 

High rate of rheumatoid arthritis among American Indians prompts research partnership

Oklahoma researchers and tribal clinic doctors are together to combat a disease that affects a high rate of American Indians....

 

Crow Agency man killed, 3 others injured in crash near Hardin

The man killed in a single-vehicle rollover Monday morning east of Hardin has been identified. Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/crow-agency-man-killed-others-injured-in-crash-near-hardin/article_6b1ef7ca-6fdd-51af-ac73-e9bf04b4bd95.html#ixzz2FVQCmDf0...

 

Drunk driver who killed 4 pleads to 2nd-degree murder

A 26-year-old man who killed four people while driving drunk on the Crow Reservation last year pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal count of second-degree murder. Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/drunk-driver-who-killed-pleads-to-nd-degree-murder/article_1e231ad1-36c6-56d7-9adb-0b67199e55bf.html#ixzz2FVQRFrbr...

 

Juvenile charged in Oglala Sioux man's death

MARTIN — In a Dec. 4 news statement, the Bennett County State’s Attorney’s Office, which is coordinating the investigation into the death of Albert Apple Sr., announced that a suspect had been indicted for his murder: Seventeen-year-old Matthew Libby of Martin has been charged with first-degree murder, first-degree burglary and second-degree robbery in connection with...

 
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Thursday, December 20, 2012 Basketball Action

Thursday, December 20, 2012 Basketball Action Red lake boys basketball will play Thief River Falls on Thursday (HOME GAME) - 9th grade tip off 4:30, JV & Varsity to follow! Red lake girls basketball will play Pelican Rapids at Northland Community College in Thief River Falls (AWAY GAME) - JV Tip off 5:30 with Varsity to follow!...

 

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