TULSA - A lockdown has been lifted at a Tulsa high school after reports of a gunman on campus proved unfounded.
Nathan Hale High School students were told to remain in classrooms and were not allowed in the hallways, according to Tulsa Public Schools spokesman Chris Payne.
Payne said the lockdown began around 2 p.m.
2NEWS will have more information on this developing story as it comes in.
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