Roads and highways around the state are in rough shape - with some still flooded from heavy rains and last winter’s ice melt. Reservation roads face the same challenges but some tribal leaders say they don't have the money to make required fixes.
“I’m here at Lake Andes next to highway 18. The afternoon sun is glistening off water that’s covered up a good stretch of the highway. Sandbags are piled up in some sections to try and keep the water from reaching anymore of the town. The Yankton Sioux Tribe says flooding like this has been a problem in the area for months.”