Scandal is rocking Alabama's two-year college system. The problems first surfaced in 2004, when former Gov. Don Siegelman was tried on bribery charges for allegedly funneling more than a half-million dollars through the state Fire College.
Last year, the system's chancellor was dismissed for alleged mismanagement and nepotism. This week, suspicion spread to state lawmakers.
Tanya Ott reports from member station WBHM in Birmingham.