No bombs found at Parker high school after threat



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PARKER, Colo. (AP) — Parker police say no suspicious devices or packages were found at Legend High School after a bomb threat was made against the school.

Students were sent home early Friday because of the threat. Police searched the school and parking lot with the help of two police dogs from Denver.

Weekend activities at the school will continue and classes are expected to resume on Monday.

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