The Vallejo City Unified School District voted unanimously Wednesday night to replace the Apache mascot at Vallejo High School.
Highway workers have unearthed artifacts used by a Native American tribe as part of a paving project along Highway 101 north of Novato.
The National Park Service has restored graffiti on Alcatraz that was painted during the island’s occupation by Native Americans in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Carvings that graced the Sierra Nevada in California for thousands of years have fallen prey to modern thieves armed with power saws.
In the United States, November has been set aside to honor the long history and achievements of America’s native people. Celebrate the month by visiting Native American exhibits and historic locations in the San Francisco Bay Area.
A construction crew unearthed human remains Wednesday morning while installing new plumbing lines in San Carlos, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.
Thousands gathered on Alcatraz Thanksgiving morning to commemorate the 42nd anniversary of the Native Americans original occupation of the island.
They lived in the Bay Area long before any of us were around. In this Good Question: Where were the Ohlone Villages in what is now San Francisco?
A dispute over proposed improvements to a Vallejo park that contains an Indian burial site is on the verge of being settled.
State wildlife regulators have given tentative approval to a plan to restrict fishing off parts of Northern California that they say addresses Native Americans’ concerns about the possibility of losing their fishing rights and cultural practices.