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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
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Broken Arrow News
Parade of legislative votes to begin July 11

Due to several vacancies for a variety of reasons, Tulsa area voters will go to the polls for special elections in the upcoming weeks. That seat is open due to the resignation of former State Rep. Dan Kirby, who resigned after being accused of sexual harassment.

Broken Arrow Man Arrested For Vehicular Manslaughter

A Broken Arrow man has been arrested for vehicular manslaughter in the death of a woman in January. Eric Williams was booked into the Tulsa County Jail early Wednesday, June 21. Williams was in a Dodge Ram pickup when he hit a Toyota Prius driven by Virginia Duethman on Elm Place at Miami Street, according to Corporal Leon Calhoun of the Broken Arrow Police Department.

Homeowner shoots at burglary suspects, one man found dead inside car

Tulsa police had been getting shots-fired calls around East Independence Street and North Marion Avenue around 3 a.m. Wednesday before an officer found the shooting victim at the scene. I'm told the homeowner had been firing gunshots at burglars on his property, apparently striking the suspect who was found dead inside a car on East King Street.

Bikes lanes to be added to Broken Arrow's Rose District

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Find Local Tulsa, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Jenks, Union, and Owasso News, Sports, and Entertainment:B.A. Top Teacher Has World View

INTERNATIONAL IMPACT: Broken Arrow Public Schools District Teacher of the Year Donna Gradel, second from left, stands with some of her students during their 2016 trip to Kenya.

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DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR: Bixby Public Schools 2017 District Teacher of the Year Randall Briggs teaches U.S. History at Bixby High School.

Broken Arrow Schools Using Food Truck To Curb Kids' Hunger During Summer Break

Child Nutrition Coordinator Amy Wickersham says bringing the truck to the Family Aquatics Center is a perfect example of making lunch accessible. "Sometimes we didn't get kids because they had transportation issues," Wickersham said.

Broken Arrow Fire Department Receives Grant For Loading Equipment

The Broken Arrow Fire Department received a $120,000 grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to make it easier for EMS personnel to load patients into ambulances. The Assistance to Firefighters Grant will be used to purchase six Stryker Power-LOAD Systems which will be installed in the department's front line ambulance fleet.

Plugging in: Oklahoma energy briefs for Friday, June 16.

The Environmental Protection Agency said this week it has awarded $75,000 to the Cherokee Nation to help the tribe administer its environmental programs and develop multimedia programs. The money was part of the General Assistance Program, which protects the health of the Cherokee Nation by safeguarding the environment through awareness and environmental program development.

NSU Education Professor's 'Fluffy Slime' Recipe

Dr Linda Wilson from NSU's College of Education in Broken Arrow stopped by the News On 6 at noon Thursday and showed Dave Davis how to make "Fluffy Slime" and use it as a learning tool. 5+ Tablespoons contact lens solution Once the slime is cohesive, no longer sticky or appearing to have any liquid in the mixture, start kneading the slime.

Broken Arrow Senator Called Up To Active Duty In North Africa

Before becoming an Oklahoma senator, Newhouse was a jet pilot in the U.S. Navy with the rank of lieutenant. He was assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz and flew multiple combat missions in EA-6B Prowlers during the Iraq War.

Driver In Road Rage Incident Tracked Down By Broken Arrow Police

Broken Arrow Police say they have identified and questioned the driver in a road rage incident that was recorded on video and shared on Facebook. Police tell News On 6 the man admitted he was the driver in the video.

Curbside Cafe Feeds Broken Arrow Kids For Free

Broken Arrow Public Schools has a goal of making sure hungry Oklahoma kids can eat breakfast and lunch while school is out this summer. They're taking it to the streets with a food truck that serves meals curbside.

Girl Scout murders in Oklahoma remain unsolved 40 years after tragedy

Forty years after the sadistic murders of three young Girl Scouts at an Oklahoma summer camp, law officers are raising funds to find the answers that have remained elusive. Mayes County Sheriff Mike Reed was 8 years old at the time of the slayings at Camp Scott, near the small community of Locust Grove.

Broken Arrow Break-Ins, Burglaries Cause Concern

People were outraged after vandals hit A New Leaf, causing about $25,000 in damage to this non-profit that teaches adults with special needs how to garden. "With the devastation that happened last week, it kind of crippled our organization, our business," said Kevin Harper, director of business development at A New Leaf.

Fireworks Permits Now Available In Sand Springs

To purchase a permit, you have to be at least 18 years old. The permits only allow you to set off fireworks between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. on July 3 and July 4. The permits in Broken Arrow went on sale at the beginning of the month and Bixby's will go on sale next week.

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