OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A satellite campus of Oklahoma State University is set to reopen for all activities after a bomb threat forced an evacuation of staff and students.
OSU-Oklahoma City spokeswoman Kandace Dodson says no bomb was found following the Friday morning threat and that the campus will reopen at 5 p.m. Friday with all scheduled activities to take place.
The threat marks the second time in three months that a bomb threat shut down the campus. An April 23 threat ended without incident.
Dodson said it wasn't clear how many people were on campus Friday but said there are about 3,500 students enrolled for summer classes. She said the person making Friday's threat called the campus help desk and indicated there were bombs in three locations - but did not specify where.
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