Lisa Gilford's parents were accused of having ties to the Communist Party in the McCarthy Era, and lost work and privacy because of it.
The four-part series recreates life in America generations before the arrival of the Europeans using archeology, oral traditions and 3-D technology.
Many states have historical markers and sites dedicated to Latino history but they usually center around the Spanish exploration era, colonial times and Old West settlement periods.
Despite the infamy of the crime, Wyoming is among just five states that have not passed laws focused on crimes motivated by the victim's identity, such as their sexual orientation.
She was a pitcher in 1946 for the professional women's baseball team made famous by "A League of Their Own."
Archaeologist Chris Fisher has researched ruins in Honduras and Mexico, including one called the "Lost City of the Monkey God."
The Black American West Museum & Heritage Center is looking for recruits because they are in the early stages of reestablishing the History Alive Reenactors Guild.
Author Gregory Crouch explores his rags-to-riches life in his new book, "The Bonanza King."
The documentary filmmaker receives the Wallace Stegner Award for his contributions to the West at CU Boulder on Oct. 2.
Lisa Gilford will never forget the shock of the second plane hitting the Twin Towers.