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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

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Danny Stockstill to run for congressional seat

Tulsa police chaplain, small business owner and pastor Danny Stockstill announced he will run for Oklahoma's 1st District Congressional seat. U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine said he would not run for a fourth term in 2018.

Fallin still wants cigarette tax hike

Gov. Mary Fallin criticized the vote on House Bill 2365 in the House of Representatives Joint Committee on Appropriations and Budget meeting because it didn't advance tax increases on gasoline and cigarettes. "I am disappointed the House Democrats on the Joint Appropriations and Budget Committee voted against the cigarette and gasoline revenue measure to help fund education, public safety, health and infrastructure," said Fallin.

Who Is Kidding Whom?

You may have seen that Tulsa City councilors are considering a proposed moratorium on grocery stores in Tulsa's food deserts or better known as North Tulsa. As the councilors see it and as reported in the newspaper, "The problem is that full-service grocery stores may be getting stifled out of the market in food deserts due to the prevalence of convenience stores that offer only basic food items without fresh produce."

Community Leaders, Law Enforcement Preparing For Betty Shelby Verdict

Community Leaders, Law Enforcement Preparing For Betty Shelby Ve - NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports - KOTV.com The jury will be back in the courtroom at 9:00 Wednesday morning, and, in preparation of the verdict, both Tulsa law enforcement and religious leaders are getting ready. Brown said the sheriff's office will have help from other agencies, including Broken Arrow Police, Oklahoma Highway Patrol and Tulsa Police if need be.

Broken Arrow Burn Victim's Expenses Piling Up

A 7-year-old boy may not be able to return to Texas for medical treatment after he was severely burned in a house fire. He was sent to The Shriners Hospital for Children for care, but the family has so many additional expenses they can't afford to go back for the rest of his treatment.

Tulsa Man Charged With Kidnapping Ex-Wife, Shooting Her Boyfriend

Prosecutors charged a Tulsa man with 15 counts after police say he kidnapped his ex-wife and shot her current boyfriend. Eric Thomas is charged with rape, assault and battery, kidnapping, shooting with intent to kill, burglary and several other complaints.

Republicans rebuke Oklahoma rep's proposal to turn kids over to ICE

Fellow Republicans are distancing themselves from an Oklahoma lawmaker's proposed solution to state budget problems: turning kids who are learning English over to immigration authorities. An idea that state Rep. Mike Ritze floated this week in an interview with a local news station drew swift rebukes from members of his own party.

Fallin OKs gambling bill

Fallin signed a bill eliminating a mandatory percentage of lottery proceeds from going to education. House Bill 1837 stops that requirement.

Broken Arrow's Sieling Park Reopens

New test results show E. coli levels in the creek at Broken Arrow's Sieling Park have dropped significantly, so the city says it has reopened the park. Earlier this week, the city said a subcontractor working north of the park caused a sewer leak that contaminated the creek.

Applicants Needed for B.A. High School Visioning Task Force

Broken Arrow Public Schools is seeking applicants from individuals interested in joining the Visioning Task Force, which will provide additional answers regarding the school district's High School Configuration Study. The High School Configuration Study Steering Committee was expected to make a recommendation on the future framework of Broken Arrow High School in May. However, due to further questions regarding academic programming and extracurricular activities, district leadership and the Steering Committee decided to pend the recommendation until the soon-to-form task force can provide additional information.

Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation Donates To BAPD

Some Green Country first responders have $42,000 worth of life-saving equipment, thanks to money raised at Firehouse Subs. BAPD is the recipient of a grant through the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation, FSPSF announced Tuesday at a media event.

Project Engineer - Development Services Department

This position is responsible for performing engineering duties in support of City private and public construction projects. Salary is commensurate with experience within the range of $51,324 to $78,095 annually.

BA Blue Star Mothers Hit By Vandals For Second Time

BA Blue Star Mothers Hit By Vandals For Second Time - NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports - KOTV.com as crews prepare to replace the door again, the leaders of the all-volunteer group are asking for the public's help to find those responsible for the damage. "I just don't understand.

Oklahoma Schools Preparing For Another Round Of Budget Cuts

Oklahoma Schools Preparing For Another Round Of Budget Cuts - NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports - KOTV.com Broken Arrow, along with every other district in Oklahoma, is waiting for the state legislature to approve the 2017-2018 budget. Board members are preparing scenarios in anticipation of what three-percent, five-percent, and 10 percent cuts could look like.

Pedestrian Dies After Weekend Hit-And-Run At University Of Tulsa

Police identify the victim as Samuel Barnes, 38. They say he was pronounced dead at St. John Medical Center around 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 6, 2017. Witnesses told police a dark-colored SUV ran over Barnes at 6th and Delaware on the University of Tulsa campus.

Three Oklahoma students named 2017 U.S. Presidential Scholars

The 2017 class of U.S. Presidential Scholars includes three students from Oklahoma - Madelyn Haden, of Newalla, Moore High School; Grant Gebetsberger, of Tulsa, Holland Hall; and Jada Holliday, of Broken Arrow, Broken Arrow High School. U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos today announced the 53rd class of U.S. Presidential Scholars, recognizing 161 high school seniors for their accomplishments from a pool of more than 5,100 qualified candidates.

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