Indigenous Issues State Lawmaker Wants To Protect Use Of Native American Mascots. But He Didn't Ask Utah's Tribes. By David Fuchs • Jan 24, 2020 David Fuchs / KUER CEDAR CITY — A Utah lawmaker is catching heat over a proposed resolution that discourages abandoning the use of Native American names, images and symbols. Carrots For Kindergartners: Program Fosters Healthy Habits Among Nevada’s Native Youth By Noah Glick • Dec 27, 2019 The lack of access to nutritious food is a major issue across Indian Country. One program in Nevada is looking to increase healthy habits among youth on reservations and the rural communities surrounding them. 2020 Bill Aims At Understanding Utah's Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women Crisis By Kate Groetzinger • Dec 11, 2019 Courtesy Navajo Nation Missing Persons Updates Salt Lake resident Cassandra Begay says her family left the Navajo Nation to escape violence on the reservation. But she wasn’t able to leave the issue behind. News Brief: Fertility, Turkeys & Protecting Women And Children By KUER News • Nov 27, 2019 iStock Listen Listening... / 4:29 Wednesday evening, November 27, 2019 US Senators Reintroduce Bill Focusing On Missing, Murdered Indigenous Women By Nate Hegyi • Jan 29, 2019 Nate Hegyi / KUER Landmark legislation that would address the crisis of missing and murdered indigenous women was reintroduced in the U.S. Senate on Monday. U.S Government Keeps Breaking Treaty Promises To Tribal Nations, Federal Report Says By Nate Hegyi • Dec 20, 2018 iStock.com / lorcel The federal government has continually broken treaty promises to tribal nations, according to a damning new report from the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.