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Dallas ISD classes proceed after threats

WFAA.com

Students walk the halls at a school in Dallas. Classes will resume as scheduled in the Dallas school district after two campuses received threats.
Students walk the halls at a school in Dallas. Classes will resume as scheduled in the Dallas school district after two campuses received threats. WFAA.com

Classes will resume as scheduled in the Dallas School District after two campuses received threats.

Police cleared Pinkston High School and Martinez Elementary School at about 2:20 a.m. Thursday after sweeping the schools with bomb-sniffing dogs.

At about 8 p.m. Wednesday, staff members at both schools reported a terrorist threat similar to those received by the Los Angeles Unified School District, New York Public Schools, Miami Public Schools, and Houston ISD earlier this week. Story at WFAA.com.

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