Drought in the West took a national stage as water leaders from seven states and two tribes testified in the U.S. House. They pushed for collaboration as supplies dwindle.
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The county's number of positive COVID-19 cases are the highest since the pandemic started.
With colder temperatures upon us, KSUT’s Sarah Flower spoke with Liane Jollon of San Juan Basin Public Health about how to keep safe while gathering indoors; booster shots, and when 5 to 11 year olds might be eligible for the Covid vaccine.
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PFAS are found across the region in products like rain jackets and firefighting foam. But they can cause health problems, so the Biden administration issued new regulations today to keep them out of drinking water.
A Pew Research analysis of census data shows that growth in U.S. households during the last decade slowed to its lowest pace in history.
Indian Country Today collaborated with the Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health to provide comprehensive data and maps to the public.
Many institutions acknowledge that land they've built upon once belonged to Native peoples, but experts say some well-intentioned statements can actually do harm.
A coalition that includes the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe is calling on the federal government to declare an area in Nevada the Avi Kwa Ame National Monument.
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