It's back to business as usual after a Cortland County big-box store was cleared for hours due to a phoned-in bomb threat March 9th.A caller to the WalMart in Cortlandville at around 3 o'clock indicated a bomb had been placed in the store.

The Cortland County Sheriff's office, the Onondaga County Sheriff's bomb squad and a Broome County Sheriff's K9 searched the store and found no explosives.

The store reopened after seven hours.  There have been no arrests and the investigation is continuing.