Threat closes L.A. schools

NC_lathreat_700x394(NBC News) A bomb threat has shut down the nation’s second largest school district.

All school in Los Angeles are closed while police do a thorough search of each building.

More than 640,000 students from kindergarten through high school were told to stay home Tuesday after at least one school board member received an electronic bomb threat.

“We’ve chosen to close our schools until we can be absolutely sure campuses are safe,” said Los Angeles Unified School District Police Chief Steve Zipperman.

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