OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - City Hall in Oklahoma City has reopened after a suspicious package found outside the building was determined to be no danger.
City officials say the package was found Tuesday morning in a trash can on the south side of the building in downtown Oklahoma City.
The south entrance was closed until about 9:45 a.m. when the police department's bomb squad determined there was no explosive device in the package.
Police declined to say what was in the package other than to call it a "soft object."
A City Council meeting in the building went on as scheduled.
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