LA police find no evidence of shooting at USC
Los Angeles — Los Angeles police say they have found no evidence of a shooting at the University of Southern California.
Officer Irma Mota says officers searched in and around a building on the campus near downtown Los Angeles and found no danger to the community.
Mota says calls reporting a shooting near the north end of campus came in around 12:20 p.m. Monday. Police gave the all-clear less than an hour later.
Students and faculty are being urged to avoid the area as police wrap up their investigation.
USC had sent out campus-wide alerts announcing police activity near Fertitta Hall and telling people nearby to shelter in place.
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