Scranton High Schools Delayed Due to Threat
SCRANTON, Pa. -- Bomb threats interrupted school for students at both high schools in Scranton Monday morning. These last two make five bomb threats at area high schools in just as many days. At Scranton High School, students were taken out of class around 10:30 a.m. They were later let back into the school. Police stopped traffic on Providence Road so that students could cross from the Riverfront Sports Complex where they were held as police and school district officials searched the school.