COLUMBUS, Ohio (WKOW) -- Two of the four buildings evacuated at Ohio State University are open after bomb threats came in this morning.
Authorities report the two laboratories are clear after no devices were found, but another lab and the main library remain closed. They are scheduled to reopen later today.
An e-mail sent to the FBI threatening the library and the three labs, prompted the school to evacuate all four buildings.
FBI officials say the bureau is investigating several leads.
Ohio State is one of the nation's largest universities with nearly 56,000 students at its main Columbus campus.
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