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Logan High School delays schedule following bomb threat

Logan High School is starting classes two hours later than normal following a bomb threat made in a social media post overnight.Officials say Tuesday classes will start at 10 a.m. and conclude at 2:45 p.m. All school buses will follow their normal routes but be delayed two hours.


Officers are taking time and investigating the school. Bomb-sniffing dogs have been in the high school since early this morning. Nothing has been found yet. 


Local and federal law enforcement and the Utah Joint Terrorism Task Force have confirmed that possible suspects have been identified. The investigation is ongoing.


There will be an increased police presence at the high school all day Tuesday to continue keeping an eye on activity.

Tyler Hewitt is the web/social media assistant at UPR. He writes stories every day, updates the website and manages the station's Twitter and Facebook pages. Tyler is a senior at Utah State University and is studying public relations, marketing, and psychology. He loves to write, listen to music, play video games, play tennis and hang out with his fiancé and cat, Juno. He is a great plant dad and recently started collecting vinyl records!