It's called the Friday afternoon news dump: When you have some bad news that you don't want anyone to notice, put it out on a Friday afternoon. If it's the Friday before Christmas, better yet. And this audit from the governor's Department of Finance has new details about the scandal that first broke this summer.
First: the discrepancies between the money Parks said it had in two bank accounts and the money it actually had go back at least 19 years - not 12, as previously reported. And second, the Finance audit found a new pot of money - about four million dollars from donations without a clear purpose. That's on top of the more than $50 million discovered in July.
The big investigation in this scandal is yet to come - that's the one from the Attorney General's office.