Critics Seek Explanations To Rising Kentucky Tuition

Bowling Green – After years of consecutive increases, students will once again pay higher tuition this fall at Kentucky's public colleges and universities. The schools say the tuition hikes are needed to compensate for less state funding and increasing costs for utilities, employee health care, and pensions. Critics contend schools could be more frugal. One advocacy group will lobby the General Assembly next year for a tuition moratorium. Lisa Autry has more.