August 3, 2015
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) - Officials at Texas A&M University say they're conducting a building-by-building search of the campus after everyone was ordered to evacuate following a bomb threat.
The school about 100 miles northwest of Houston remained shut Friday some three hours after the threat was received.
A&M also says bus service on the sprawling campus has been rerouted and at least two nearby churches are offering to serve as shelters until the evacuation order is rescinded.
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