UPDATE: Texas A&M Reopened After Evacuations

UPDATE: Texas A&M Reopened After Evacuations

<div>While Texas A&amp;M University remains closed for normal operations, &nbsp;students, faculty and staff will be allowed back on campus to retrieve their personal items and vehicles starting at 4pm. &nbsp; It has been &nbsp;five hours since the initial threat was received, and the investigation is still ongoing.</div>
UPDATE: While Texas A&M University remains closed for normal operations,  students, faculty and staff will be allowed back on campus to retrieve their personal items and vehicles starting at 4pm.   It has been  five hours since the initial threat was received, and the investigation is still ongoing.  Other areas are still being searched.  The high traffic areas including the residence halls, MSC, Reed Arena,  Kyle Field have been cleared.  All essential personnel and those involved in this evening's activities need to report as scheduled.  If employees have any questions, they should contact their supervisor for further instructions. 

Transportation Services has resumed regularly scheduled transit service from the MSC and Trigon for both on and off-campus routes.

EARLIER:

Preliminary information from Texas A&M is telling students to evacuate the campus.

A "Code Maroon" message issued by the university says a bomb threat was received for campus in general around 11:34 a.m.

The message tells students, faculty, and staff to evacuate the campus in College Station by foot instead of using a vehicle.

People on campus have been told to proceed north to Church St. or south to Anderson St. to get off campus.

Classes have been canceled for the rest of the day.

More info here.

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