For the second month in a row, a state program meant to reduce school violence and suicides took in a record number of tips.
The "Ok2Say" program received 980 tips in March, breaking the record set in February by more than 300.
Of those tips--- 131 were planned school attacks.
Michigan schools having been seeing a big increase in threats since the school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
This week the US attorney for eastern Michigan vowed to prosecute anyone who threatens a school.