[UPDATE #2] Things are back to normal this morning after a bomb threat yesterday on the NSU campus.

The threat was called in to the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts -- a residential high school located on the Natchitoches university's campus. University police evacuated buildings near the Louisiana School while the building was being searched by state and university police. No bomb was found. The incident is under investigation.

[UPDATE] Several buildings on the Northwestern State University campus were evacuated Monday after a bomb threat was called into the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts. The LSMSA, a residential high school, is located on the Northwestern State campus.

University police at Northwestern State evacuated buildings adjacent to the Louisiana School including Fournet Hall, Morrison Hall, the Family and Consumer Sciences Building, Kyser Hall, Williamson Hall, Bienvenu Hall, Watson Library, Russell Hall, the A.A. Fredericks Center for Creative and Performing Arts and the Friedman Student Union. Classes in these buildings have been canceled. The NSU Alumni Center has also been evacuated.

The Caspari Street exit to the Northwestern State campus is closed.

University police along with Natchitoches police, the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office and Louisiana State Police are on the scene.

[ORIGINAL STORY]  NATCHITOCHES, La -- Several buildings on the Northwestern State University campus in Natchitoches were evacuated just before noon today after a bomb threat was called into the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts.

The school for gifted teens is located on the NSU campus.  University police have evacuated buildings adjacent to the Louisiana School: Fournet Hall, Morrison Hall, the Family and Consumer Sciences Building, Kyser Hall, Williamson Hall and Bienvenu Hall. The Caspari Street exit to the NSU campus is closed.

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