SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – University of California President Janet Napolitano is apologizing for the way her office handled an audit that found UC administrators hid $175 million from the public while tuition increased. State lawmakers who questioned Napolitano at a hearing on Tuesday said they were deeply troubled by the auditor’s finding that the UC president’s office tried to interfere with the investigation. State auditor Elaine Howle told lawmakers that Napolitano’s office sought to edited responses to audit questions from individual UC campuses. Napolitano told lawmakers that she coordinated responses to ensure they were accurate. She says she’s sorry for the decision because it’s become a distraction. Napolitano says her office has only $38 million in reserves, not $175 million, but she agrees her office should keep clearer budget records.