Gun Scare Prompts Temporary Lockdown Of Lincoln High SchoolOfficials say Lincoln High School in the Mayfair section of the city is on lockdown after a possible threat was reported.
Search For Weapon Prompts Brief Lockdown At Phila. High SchoolMartin Luther King High School was placed on lockdown Wednesday morning, officials say.
UPDATE: Toy Gun Forces Lockdown At Chester High SchoolChester High School was in lockdown for about a half hour Tuesday after a student was found to be carrying what looked like a handgun. Turns out it was a toy.
Threatening Phone Call Prompts 2 Montgomery County Schools Into LockdownAround 10 a.m., the Hatboro-Horsham School District sent out an email message that stated that Hatboro-Horsham High School and Simmons Elementary School were in lockdown.
Lockdown Lifted At All Bridgeton Public SchoolsPolice are working to see if they can determine where the call was made.
Police: Report Of Person With Shotgun Prompts Temporary School Lockdown In SomertonAn elementary school in Northeast Philadelphia was temporarily placed on lockdown after a report of person with a gun outside the school.
Cops: Reported Threat Puts Charter High School In Philly On LockdownA charter high school in Philadelphia was placed on lockdown Thursday after a threat was reportedly made against the school.
Lockdown Lifted At Pa. University Following Reported Off-Campus ShootingPolice have lifted a lockdown at a university in Erie County, Pennsylvania following a reported off-campus shooting Monday night.
Bullet Locks Down 2 Schools In South Jersey, No Injuries ReportedAuthorities have locked down two southern New Jersey schools after a bullet was found.
Toy Gun Prompts Lockdown Of Radnor SchoolOfficials at Radnor High School briefly locked down the school Tuesday after hearing reports of a man carrying a rifle inside a vehicle on Lancaster Avenue.
Official: Prank Led To Lockdown At Upper Dublin High SchoolA prank led to the lockdown of a high school in Montgomery County Friday morning, a school official said.
Dover Air Force Base Resumes Normal Operations"We apologize for any inconvenience and confusion this response may have caused," Col. Randy Huiss, 436th Airlift Wing vice wing commander said. "However, these measures were taken to ensure the safety of the base populace as we investigated the reports and found them to be false."