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Officials at Grambling State University clear the campus after the bomb threat

GRAMBLING, La. (KNOE) – Update:

School officials say they have cleared the campus and have not found any explosives or bombs.

Classes and campus operations are scheduled to be rescheduled for tomorrow.

Students say they expect someone to be responsible for the threat.


Original Story:

Grambling State University posted a Facebook post at around 4:15 p.m. asking everyone in the Grambling Room, or area, to evacuate 300 feet immediately.

At 4:50 p.m., GSU ​​sent an email that read "In response to a bomb threat in the afternoon, night classes are canceled and administrative offices are closed."

You are asked to call (318) 274-2222 to report a suspicious activity.

We have contacted officials to get more details. No word yet.

Meanwhile, the University of South Texas also received a bomb threat on Tuesday afternoon that led to the cancellation of classes. The clearing was given in that incident around 4:30 p.m. TSU is also a HBCU – historically black college / university

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