TAMU Alumni Center
COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- The all-clear has been given after another bomb threat on the Texas A&M campus.
A Code Maroon was issued for the second time this week after the threat was reported at Texas A&M's alumni center.
In a tweet from the school, an evacuation was called for around 9:51 a.m. Friday. Only one building was being evacuated, according to the school's website.
"Bomb threat at Clayton Williams Alumni Center. Evacuate building and avoid area. No other buildings effected at this time. 09:51 AM"
About 100 people were moved out of the building while it was searched.
Earlier this week a bomb threat caused the evacuation of A&M's Kyle Field and several adjacent buildings.
On the web: http://codemaroon.tamu.edu/