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Crow Creek Tribe bans Gov. Noem from its reservation | May 14


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The Crow Creek Sioux Tribe is joining six other tribes located within South Dakota in banning Governor Kristi Noem from its reservation. An eighth may follow suit.

South Dakota Attorney general Marty Jackley says he's found no evidence of criminal wrongdoing by a group of volunteers opposing an abortion ballot question. The volunteers are connected to the group "South Dakota Petition Integrity."

The U.S. Senate passes the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act. If it makes it through the House, it will keep America in the air for the next half-decade.

Sioux Falls celebrates Cinco de Mayo by bringing multiple cultures together to celebrate Latino history. It's an annual tradition that has grown with an influx of Latino families moving to the area.

At Rapid City's Journey Museum, a celebration of local indigenous culture went on full display. Namely—highlighting the ties between the culture and the horse.

And more.

Krystal is the local host of "All Things Considered."