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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
Local Sports Teams:
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
She lost over 100 pounds. Here's how this mom of three found time to focus on her health

Jamie Bell, a mom of three, said adding simple tasks to her calendar helped her achieve her weight loss goals. She's dropped more than 100 pounds.

No big bags allowed at Tulsa area's three Cinemark theaters beginning Thursday

Fans stand in line outside the Cinemark Tulsa theater at 10802 E. 71st St. The three Tulsa-area Cinemark theaters will no longer allow large bags beginning Thursday. Tulsa World file Fans stand in line outside the Cinemark Tulsa theater at 10802 E. 71st St. The three Tulsa-area Cinemark theaters will no longer allow large bags beginning Thursday.

Find Local Tulsa, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Jenks, Union, and Owasso News, Sports, and Entertainment:Bixby Teacher Impacts Technology Integration

PASSIONATE EDUCATOR: Cheryl Wilkinson, Bixby's 2017-18 District Teacher of the Year, holds a Chromebook at the Bixby 9th Grade Center, where she serves as the Instructional Technology Integration Specialist.

BAPS Expands Chromebooks To Middle School Students

With technology becoming more and more a part of humans' daily lives, public schools around the country and throughout Greater Tulsa continue to increase technology access for their students; Broken Arrow Public Schools computer program with the launch of a pilot 1:1 program at Sequoyah Middle School, where students will receive their own Chromebook to use for assignments at school and at home. Sequoyah is one of the first middle schools in the Tulsa metro area with a 1:1 program.

Morning Bell: Oklahoma's broad definition of bilingual students

Nearly $24 million was funneled to school districts this year for bilingual students who may not be receiving any additional language support. The reason is because Oklahoma has a uniquely broad definition of bilingual students, which includes students who speak another language at home, even if they are proficient in English.

Former Tulsa Police Officer Pleads Guilty To Child Sex Crimes

A former police officer pleaded guilty to a sex crime in federal court. Noel McFadden admitted to giving a cell phone to an 8-year-old girl and asking her to take a nude picture.

Broken Arrow detective submits resignation amid allegations of mishandling evidence in Bever case

Robert and Michael Bever are taken into the courtroom at the Tulsa County courthouse in 2016. Tulsa World file A Broken Arrow police detective who helped investigate the quintuple homicide case against brothers Michael and Robert Bever tendered her resignation from the agency this week in the midst of claims that she mishandled evidence while investigating the case.

Broken Arrow Gang Member Accused Of Road Rage Shooting

A Broken Arrow man is in jail after police say he opened fire on a car where a baby was riding. The suspected road rage incident took place early Friday morning, February 16 in east Tulsa.

Green Country Schools Respond To Florida Shooting

After a deadly school shooting left a Florida community rattled, schools across Green Country are releasing statements regarding their protocol for such a horrific event. In an interview with the Superintendent of Tulsa Public Schools, Deborah Gist said, "we have very strong emergency plans in place in our district, but every time a situation like this happens it is a moment where we must review those and make sure we have those as tight as they can possibly be to keep people's children safe at school every day."

Police warn residents to bring in valuables, guns after spike in Broken Arrow car burglaries

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More OK Teachers Expected To Leave After Proposed Raise Fails

Teachers said one of the saddest things about the failed raise is that, at this point, students are aware and worry they won't have any good teachers left if something isn't done. "Can we do this? I still have optimism, but it takes everybody working together," said Oklahoma Teacher of the Year, Donna Gradel.

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"I really didn't know a lot about pitching before a large group of people like that. But my thought process going into the pitch session was that by participating, it might indirectly result in some sort of financial support for my research - which is exactly what happened," said Rouser, an assistant professor at Oklahoma State University where he teaches classes in mechanical and aerospace engineering.

Broken Arrow QuikTrip Store Robbed

Police say the man entered the store and demanded money from the register. After getting the cash, he then ran outside.

Crucial Evidence Tampered With, Say Attorneys Of Teen Charged With Parents Murder

Attorneys, on both sides, are saying they haven't been given the evidence needed to build their cases for the trial set in April. What's unusual here is that Bever's attorneys said there's crucial evidence that's not only being kept from them, but that's been tampered with.

Emmanuel Episcopal Holds Beautiful Installation Service

From left: Sr. Warden Nancy Reese Barrett; Rt. Rev. Dr. Edward Konieczny, Bishop of the Diocese of Oklahoma; Father Tom Dahlmn; Junior Warden LeAnne Henry Wright.

Broken Arrow police arrest man accused of stealing from two businesses

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21-year-old arrested for prostitution in Tulsa

KRMG's told a Tulsa undercover officer contacted Deja Cummings through an online ad. A date was then made at a place on North Aspen Avenue in Broken Arrow.

Oklahoma family details what it's like to bear a famous name

Broken Arrow resident Wes Frankenstein, 57, indicated it's a lot like the Johnny Cash song "A Boy Named Sue." Frankenstein told the Tulsa World that he was kidded so much during his childhood that he wondered what it would be like to have a "normal" name like Smith or Anderson.

Frankenstein turns 200: What's it like to bear the last name Frankenstein?

Wes and Teresa Frankenstein of Broken Arrow pose for a portrait with Destiny King and her husband, Austin King. British actor Boris Karloff is seen in his trademark role as the monster of Frankenstein in this 1947 photograph.

McDonald's famouse golden arches outside Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

Despite exceeding Wall Street expectations yet again Tuesday morning, McDonald's doesn't plan to sit back and let the earnings pile up. Chief financial officer Kevin Ozan said in a statement that the fast-food company plans to invest about $2.4 billion of capital in 2018, the majority of which will go to deploying the "Experience of the Future" design at U.S. locations.

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