5 Things To Know – Thursday, May 2, 2019

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Here are five things you need to know on this Thursday evening:

Noem banned from Pine Ridge Reservation

Gov. Kristi Noem (R-SD) has been banned from Pine Ridge.

The Oglala Sioux Tribe has unanimously voted to ban Noem from the sprawling 3,500 square mile Pine Ridge Reservation. This comes over concerns with some recent laws regarding pipeline protests related to Keystone XL.

Family reacts to cold case

Family members finally have answers 25 years later after Audrey Hollein was raped and murdered in her apartment in Vancouver, WA. KELOLAND’s Sarah McDonald sat down with her aunt and uncle, who remember Audrey as someone who was sweet and shy. Their reaction to an arrest in the case.

Falls Park barricades

Crews are working on a new viewing platform in lower Falls Park. The platform below the Falls Overlook Cafe has an extra railing to keep visitors away from the water’s edge. Three people died in the same area. The project will be done in about a month.

WASHINGTON D.C. BUREAU: Biofuel tax credit

A coalition of Midwest lawmakers is rallying together to try to renew a tax credit for producers of biofuel, but environmental activists say it may do more harm than good.

READ: The full story on the Washington D.C. Bureau on KELOLAND.com.

Ducklings rescued

Some baby ducklings in distress. You’re not going to want to miss what happens next while our cameras were rolling on KELOLAND News at Six.

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