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GRAFTON, Wis. (AP) -
Two high schools in southeastern Wisconsin
have been evacuated, one because of a bomb threat and the other because
of a suspicious device or substance.
The Grafton School District
says high students were sent to a local church while the school was
searched. The Milwaukee County bomb squad was called.
Racine Park High School students were temporarily evacuated
to the field house after a suspicious device or substance was found in
the school. Authorities checked the building and allowed students to
return about a-half hour later.
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