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UPDATE: (5/13/19, 1:28 p.m.) Harrison County Schools says the person who made the threat has been identified and "appropriate action has been taken." - HARRISON COUNTY, Ky....
State Police say a 14-year old boy admitted to threatening to shoot multiple students at Lynn Camp High School.
SCOTT COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) - The Scott County Sheriff's Office says its investigating a possible school threat. The sheriff's office says the threat on social...
There will be a larger police presence at school tomorrow in Bardstown after a threat was received Sunday morning.
According to police, 22-year-old James Michael Harris made a threat against his previous high school.
The Harlan County Sheriff's Office says it received a complaint about the threat made against Harlan County High School on Monday night.
Sheriff’s deputies charged a Boone County High School student with disorderly conduct for posting inappropriate and threatening messages on the messaging app Snapchat, authorities said.
Manchester Police say a social media post was made saying a Clay County student was going to take a gun to school.
A message found in a bathroom at Emma B. Ward Elementary School in Anderson County was determined to be a non-credible threat.
Cody Ritchey, 18, and Tristan Kelly, 19, are behind bars, charged with terroristic threatening after a Snapchat post suggested harm would come to students at school.
A 13-year-old Clay County Middle School student is accused of posting a threat against the school on Facebook.
Kentucky State Police say a teen was arrested after making a threat against Laurel County Middle School.
The Jessamine County Sheriff's Office confirms it is investigating a photo that appears to threaten a school.
A man was arrested Wednesday afternoon, accused of making threats against an elementary school in Knox County, according to State Police.
A suspect is in custody after a threat made to Harrison County Schools. According to the district, Cynthiana Police investigated a threat aimed at the high school Thursday evening.
A student at a high school in Paducah told school officials that someone she knew had taken responsibility for the shooting at Marshall County High School, and told her, "and you're next,"
Students at the high school say they were worried and did not have a good idea of what was going on Monday.
Officers say they received a report of threatening messages sent to a student and and Anderson County High School just after midnight.