Questions raised after WVSU audit
Questions are being raised about how funds have been handled at West Virginia State University. An audit found a shortage of more than $260,000, and it's gotten the attention of lawmakers. The report was shared with legislative leaders this week, and shows things like overcharges for parking fines, questionable practices at the campus bookstore, and missing funds. The reports also reveals more than a hundred students were allowed to remain enrolled three years ago after failing to pay tuition. No word yet how the issues will be dealth with, but the school president, Brian Hemphill, told lawmakers the school is taking the results of the audit very seriously.