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The largest suburb of Tulsa Ok, the city got its name from the Creek Indian tribe who were relocated from Alabama. The railway came at the turn of the century. The towns focus on agriculture soon merged with coal, that was found in the area and by the end of the 20th century, it had sprawled into being an easy commute for workers from nearby Tulsa. This decade, the city has been focused on attracting business to the area rather than just being the outer suburb and now has the 3rd largest concentration of business in the state.

Population: 74859
Local Newspapers: Broken Arrow Ledger The Tulsa World
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Local Colleges: Northeastern State University

Zip Codes associated with broken arrow, oklahoma: 74011 74012 74014 74135
Towns/Cities near broken arrow, oklahoma : Coweta Bixby Catoosa Sapulpa Tulsa Muskogee

Broken Arrow News
BA Man In Jail On DUI, Manslaughter Complaints After Fatal Crash

We now know the name of the man police say caused a fatal crash in Broken Arrow on Monday. Broken Arrow Police booked 59-year-old Isiah Keys into the Tulsa County jail Tuesday evening.  He was moved there from BA's city jail.

Green Country Schools Implementing New Policies After Several Teachers Arrested

Schools in the area are rolling out social media policies drawing the line between appropriate and inappropriate relationships between teachers and students on the internet. In a time where social media platforms like Snapchat are king, school districts in the area already have, or are in the process of writing up policies, to dictate what types of communications teachers and students are allowed to have online.

A White Mob Once Destroyed a Black Neighborhood in Tulsa. The City Wants to Find the Graves.

A white mob rampaged through a wealthy black business district in Tulsa, Okla., in 1921, in a spate of violence that destroyed more than 1,200 homes and left up to 300 people dead. Now, the city's mayor has renewed efforts to locate possible mass grave sites where victims may have been buried, seeking to further unravel the history of the mob attack and provide long-sought closure for victims and their families .

Tulsa Area Police Departments Holding 'Coffee With A Cop Day'

The event is designed to encourage communication and positive interactions between law enforcement and the public.   Each department says there is no specific agenda, they simply encouraging one-on-one conversations with the officers.  Bixby Police are hosting their event at the McDonald's at 121st and Memorial from 7 to 9 a.m. Broken Arrow Police are hosting their event at 8 to 10 a.m. at Jimmy's Egg at 4850 East Kenosha Street J enks Police are meeting at the McDonald's at 605 West Main also 8 to 10 a.m. and Bartlesville Police will participate in an event at the Grand Lake Mental Health Center at 700 South Penn from 8 to 10:30 a.m. is proud to provide Oklahomans with timely and relevant news and information, sharing the stories, pictures and loves of Oklahomans across our great state.

McConnell vows Senate vote - this week' as Trump defends Kavanaugh

Broken Arrow police say a mother was injured by her son on Sunday near 101st and Aspen. Officers responded to a "trouble unknown" call at the house around 3:00pm.

Broken Arrow Schools Partners With St. John To Educate Pregnant Teens

Schools are continuing to cut funding for parenting classes across the state, while the teen pregnancy rate is among the highest in the country. St. John neonatal nurse Ronda Broome comes to Broken Arrow High School every other week to teach teens different techniques as they navigate pregnancy and parenthood.

Couple wanted in connection to deadly stabbing near Broken Arrow

Investigators say Ree is wanted for the murder of Bryan Chaney. Chaney was found stabbed to death near Broken Arrow late last month.

Oklahoma Boy Scout Explorers reunite in New Mexico Source: AP

It was 50 years ago a group of nine teenage Miami Boy Scout Explorers set out on a 12-day test of endurance at the Philmont Scout Ranch and Explorer Base near Cimarron, New Mexico. Six of those Scouts, now in their sixties, including David Price of Miami, Oklahoma, met back up at Philmont this summer to reminisce and share stories about their time together there.

Mick Cornett: A great American story in a troubled political time

I recently had the honor of running to be Oklahoma's next governor. Though that effort ended on Aug. 28, my thoughts and hopes for this state and its communities continue.

Minnesota woman awarded $520,000 after attack by police dog

The city of St. Paul must pay $520,000 to a woman who was attacked by a police dog while taking out the trash last year, the Star Tribune reported. Desiree Collins sued the city and St. Paul police officer Thaddeus Schmidt, who was in charge of the police dog, in federal court.

Judges temporarily stops Broken Arrow's medical marijuana regulations

A judge in Tulsa County has issued a temporay injunction that prohibits the city of Broken Arrow from enforcing new regulations on medical marijuana. Court records show Judge Patrick Pickerill granted the injunction Friday in a lawsuit that alleges that city officials in Broken Arrow didn't have the authority to impose the new restrictions.

Man Dies After Stabbed At Wagoner County Home Near Broken Arrow

The sheriff's office got a call Thursday just after 7 p.m. to the home located on South 234th East Avenue from one of the people who was in the home when the stabbing happened, asking for an ambulance. As soon as a deputy got on scene he found the victim, an adult male who was unconscious with several stab wounds.  That deputy started CPR and then passed off medical care when a paramedic got to scene, but the victim did die.  The sheriff's office says they believe there were numerous people in the home during the stabbing and they are working to get more information from those witnesses.

Broken Arrow Police Work To Find Robbery Suspect

A man accused of robbing a Broken Arrow eye clinic is on the run after managing to run past employees. Broken Arrow Police got surveillance video from the robbery and at a store in Tulsa, a witness got a tag number.

TPD: BA Woman Says She Needed To Be Arrested For Using Stolen Credit Card

Police say a Broken Arrow woman admitted to using a stolen credit card at several Tulsa businesses earlier this month.  They say 28-year-old Jordan Camargo told officers she needed to be arrested. In her Tulsa Police arrest report, Camargo admitted she charged more than $2,000 on credit card she stole out of a car on Monday, September 17th.

Fees, Restrictions To BA Medical Marijuana Businesses Illegal, Attorney Says

A Broken Arrow man says new city restrictions on medical marijuana will crush his business, so he's suing, and the next lawsuit could be against the City of Tulsa. The lawsuit against Broken Arrow is possibly the first in the state over cities trying to regulate these businesses.

OKC woman missing since Thursday may have been killed

An Oklahoma City woman missing since Thursday is thought to have been killed by a man she reportedly lived with for months, according to an arrest warrant filed Tuesday. On Monday, the employer of Susan Louise Freehauf, Scott Daniluk, reported that she had not shown up for work.

Fight Lands BA Man In Jail On DUI, Assault And Battery Complaints

Police arrested a driver on DUI and assault and battery complaints following a crash Saturday at a Broken Arrow intersection. In Doshier's arrest report, officers say the crash happened at West Washington and South Garnett just after 4:35 p.m. Police say they were initially called about a fight between Doshier and another driver at that intersection.  Just prior to the fight, police say several witnesses reported Doshier driving erratically.

Friday Michigan Recruiting Roundup: The Daxton Hill effect

Another big recruiting weekend is on deck for Michigan, as the Wolverines play host to top 100 2019 player Lewis Cine, among others. Everybody knows about 5-star Daxton Hill committing to the Wolverines by this point, but what some don't know is Hill's commitment very well could lead to another commitment for Michigan, this time by a 2020 recruit.

Natural Grocers to close on 71st St.

Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage, Inc. announced that it plans to close its Tulsa-Central store at 9137 East 71st Street in Tulsa by November 9. The company stated the decision to close the Tulsa-Central store reflects that store's financial performance and the company's ongoing efforts to enhance operating efficiencies across its store base. Natural Grocers' other store in Tulsa at 3126 So.

Broken Arrow passes regulations on medical marijuana

An Oklahoma city has passed ordinances to regulate medical marijuana that have drawn criticism from backers of the measure to legalize medicinal use of the drug. The Tulsa World reports the Broken Arrow City Council voted Tuesday night to levy a $2,500 annual permit fee on dispensaries and prohibit renters from growing their own marijuana without written permission from the property owner.

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