SPRINGFIELD TWP.: Springfield High School was evacuated and students were sent home Friday morning after a bomb threat was received.
Summit County sheriff's deputies and bomb-sniffing dogs were searching the campus about 9 a.m., spokesman Bill Holland said.
Students were escorted out of the building while the search continued.
''There is no evidence that the threat is credible at this time, but all precautions are being taken,'' police Sgt. Eric East said Friday morning.
He said students were being sent home for the day.
This is the third time this week, since the deadly shootings at Chardon High School, that Summit deputies have responded to threats at schools.
Incidents also were reported at the Green school district's high school and middle school.