Thursday Feb 27
The Morning F Bomb
What is the first thing you see right now when you look up from your computer? Do you have any vices you refuse to give up? If so, what? When was the last time you willingly stayed up all night? If someone refused to take your wedding pictures because he/she hated something about you and your lifestyle, would you force the issue? Dick Cheney: ... (more)
Thursday Feb 27
Wounded Knee standoff
That's where some 300 Sioux were massacred in 1890 by the U.S. seventh cavalry. The demonstrators took eleven residents of the historic Sioux settlement hostage as local and federal authorities descended on the reservation.
KELO-TV Sioux Falls
Voices From The Past
With the explosion of texting, email and social media, we tend to overlook the power of the spoken word.
KOTA-TV Rapid City
Design team rethinks Rapid City arena proposal
Months of planning, meetings and proposed budgets were all thrown out the window Thursday as those involved with repurposing the Don Barnett Arena said its time for a clean slate.
Detroit Free Press
New clues shed light on 1973 death of activist, MLK follower in Wounded Knee protest
Cheryl Buswell-Robinson, 69 and Sarah Kamara, 3, both of Detroit sit with a portrait of Ray Robinson at the North Rosedale Park Community House in Detroit on Wednesday.
Wounded Knee Protest: FBI Confirms Murder Of 1973
Not to confuse the issue, the original Wounded Knee Massacre occurred on December 29, 1890, near Wounded Knee Creek on the Lakota Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in the U.S. state of South Dakota.
FBI records say civil rights activist was killed in 1973
Civil rights activist Ray Robinson disappeared in 1973 after traveling to Wounded Knee, South Dakota to join Native Americans in a civil rights protest.