STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) - Police at Oklahoma State University have failed to find anything suspicious following an early morning bomb threat that closed a bus terminal.
OSU Chief of Police Mike Robinson said a female called a campus operator at 8:45 a.m. Thursday and said there a bomb at the campus bus terminal. He says police were on the scene within a minute. The bus terminal was evacuated, and students were alerted through text messages and the school's website.
OSU police conducted a search of the facility but found nothing. Oklahoma Highway Patrol's bomb squad is conducting another search as a precaution.
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