***UPDATE*** 1:30 PM

MSU Police have given the all clear for occupants of the Hannah Administration Building to return and resume normal operations.

Alert issued at 09/06/2019 12:39:25 PM EDT by the MSU Police.

September 6, 2019
MSU Alert
This is an MSU ALERT from the Michigan State University Police Department regarding an incident on the East Lansing campus.
At or near Administration Hannah Building the Michigan State University Police report;
The Michigan State University Police Department is continuing to investigate the bomb threat. At this time the occupants of the building can return and resume normal operations. If you have any information related to the incident please contact the Michigan State University Police Department. Sent at 12:37:32 on 09-06-2019

***UPDATE*** 11:30 AM

A bomb threat on the campus of Michigan State University has caused one building to be evacuated this Friday morning.

Alert issued at 09/06/2019 11:23:50 AM EDT by the MSU Police.

September 6, 2019
Bomb Threat
This is an MSU ALERT from the Michigan State University Police regarding an incident on the East Lansing campus.
A person reported a bomb threat at or near Administration Hannah Building. We are asking you to evacuate Administration Hannah Building immediately and report any unattended packages, suspicious activity or persons to Michigan State University Police. Monitor local media for more information. Sent at 11:23:18 on 09-06-2019. Today’s Date: 09-06-2019 Current Time: 11:23:42 Campus Area: on the East Lansing campus Police Agency: Michigan State University Police Specific Location: Administration Hannah Building

The Hannah Administration Building was evacuated just after 11 AM according to university officials. The Lansing State Journal is reporting that

MSU spokesperson Emily Guerrant said the building was evacuated just after 11 a.m. Friday. The Board of Trustees meeting ended at about 10 a.m. Friday in the same building.

This is a breaking story and we'll have updates here with the latest developments as we get them.

(Source Credit: Lansing State Journal)