Student Amy Hoeks waits for the Texas A&M campus to reopen while authorities investigate a bomb threat Friday, Oct. 19, 2012 in College Station, Texas. A&M 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has been rerouted and at least two nearby churches are offering to serve as shelters until the evacuation order is rescinded.(AP Photo/Jon Eilts)
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COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Texas A&M University police say the school's campus has reopened after an emailed bomb threat prompted an evacuation and building-by-building search.
A&M Police Lt. Allan Baron says officials still are searching some buildings Friday afternoon, but no bombs have been found and people are being allowed to come back on campus.
Baron says the bomb threat was received by email at around 11 a.m. by the university's computing information services center.