Classes Resume at UNA After Bomb Threats
By Pat Sanders, Alabama Public Radio
Florence, AL – Summer classes resumed Wednesday at the University of North Alabama in Florence.
Students, faculty and others returned to campus, a day after university officials canceled classes because someone e-mailed four anonymous bomb threats against the school.
Florence police said a suspicious package was found near Powers Hall - it was destroyed after it was mistaken for a bomb. Police later said the package contained a G-P-S scavenger game clue.
Authorities said nothing else was found and the investigation continues.
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