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About: owasso, oklahoma

Owasso is an Osage Indian word that means, "The end of the trail" or "turn around," which is a fitting name for the city of Owasso, Oklahoma because the railroad ended there in the early 1900s. When Oklahoma joined the union in 1907, the town of Owasso had just 379 residents. Now, over a century later, there are 35,000-plus people that live in Owasso. One little known fact is that the movie "The Outsiders" has the old Owasso High School in the background.

Population: 18502
Local Newspapers: Tulsa World
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Local Colleges: University of Phoenix campus

Zip Codes associated with owasso, oklahoma: 74055
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Owasso News
Twice-fired Owasso police officer files civil rights lawsuit against city, police chief, OSBI agents

An Owasso police lieutenant, twice fired amid excessive force allegations involving suspects only to be reinstated later, has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the city of Owasso, the police chief and two agents at the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. Owasso Lt.

EOI history repeal veto irks PTA

Oklahoma PTA, an organization that was formerly nonpartisan, is urging a vote to override Gov. Mary Fallin's veto of Senate Bill 2, which removed the requirement to administer end-of-instruction U.S. history tests for public schools. SB2, by Sen. J.J. Dossett, D-Owasso, and Sen. Anastasia Pittman, D-Oklahoma City; and Rep. Katie Henke, R-Tulsa, and Rep. Jadine Nollan, R-Tulsa, would have removed the requirement to administer testing over U.S. history.

Owasso Mid-High Pays Tribute To Late Teacher Bobbi White

An Owasso school is paying tribute to a ninth grade teacher who died when police said a distracted driver hit her car. They have a message they hope people will take to heart.

Death toll rising as tornadoes hit the US

A tree lies damaged from a storm in Owasso, Okla, Thursday, May 11, 2017. The National Weather Service said a tornado touched down in the Tulsa suburb of Owasso Thursday and a possible tornado struck near Perkins, about 45 miles northeast of Oklahoma City.

Family Of Owasso Murder Victim Fighting For Answers 30 Years Later

Family Of Owasso Murder Victim Fighting For Answers 30 Years Lat - NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports - KOTV.com David Simpson's family hopes re-telling his story will spark new interest in the case in the hopes to finally get answers. "It was really one of the most shocking things for all of us, it was just disbelief," said Simpson's ex-wife, Anita Bellamy.

66 Owasso Homes Damaged By Thursday's EF-1 Tornado

Rogers County Emergency Management has concluded its damage inspections for homes affected by Thursday's EF-1 Tornado in Owasso, and the final count of total damaged homes is 66, according to RCEM's Facebook page . 5/12/2017 Related Story: Weather Service Says EF-1 Tornado Touched Down In Owasso The May 11 storm had winds up to 100 mph and produced the tornado that damaged the homes in the area near 106th Street North and 168th East Avenue in Owasso.

Michael Overall: Tulsa can't completely shrug off tornado warnings

Bob McKee sits in a chair from his recreational vehicle among the remains of his shed after a tornado touched down Thursday afternoon in Owasso. The National Weather Service gave the tornado an EF1 ranking, with wind speeds of 90 to 100 mph.

Inola Couple Sought In Infant's Death Arrested In Tulsa

An Inola couple were arrested Friday evening by Tulsa Police on felony warrants in connection with the death of a five-month-old Rogers County infant in February. The infant, Brice Vickers was found unresponsive at a home in the 18000 block of East 76th Street North on February 10, 2017.

Owasso Tornado Causes Damage To Storms Spotter's Home

Owasso Tornado Causes Damage To Storms Spotter's Home - NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports - KOTV.com Aside from some roof damage and losing a few trees everyone is okay, there's just a lot of work ahead to get everything cleaned up. One man's security camera captured the wind starting to pick up so strong it blew Joe Miller's grill across his patio.

Bridenstine speaks at Owasso Chamber's first Legislative Session of 2017

The Owasso Chamber held its first Legislative Session of 2017 on Thursday and hosted Congressman Jim Bridenstine as the keynote speaker. ART HADDAWAY/Owasso Reporter The Owasso Chamber held its first Legislative Session of 2017 on Thursday and hosted Congressman Jim Bridenstine as the keynote speaker.

Severe weather produces large hail, tornado in South

A line of thunderstorms brought grapefruit-sized hail and isolated tornados to parts of Oklahoma and Arkansas on Thursday, meteorologists said. Damage was reported to homes and vehicles due to the hail.

Owasso Police Officers In Serious Condition After Being Hit By Car

Owasso Police said the call came in as a shoplifting incident at the Dollar General near 76th Street North and Highway 169. Two officers responded and police said the suspect tried to fight them when they tried to get her out of her car.

OU baseball: O'Brien toughs it out after suffering torn ligaments

Heading into the ninth inning of Oklahoma's March 11 game against Buffalo, up 5-1, Hughes had considered removing veteran first baseman Austin O'Brien for the last inning. But it was too cold to throw a new guy in there at that point.

Volunteers Help Owasso Storm Victims Clean Up Damage

Huge trees came crashing down; two hit the front of his house. His fences are ruined and shingles from his roof were torn away.

Strong storms spawn tornado in Oklahoma, threaten region

Strong storms spawned one tornado, and possibly two in Oklahoma, and threaten parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas. Storms are also possible from northeast Texas through the mid-Atlantic states.

Possible Tornado Damages Buildings In Owasso

The storm smashed a garage and rolled an RV onto its side, and damaged the roof of several homes in the area. The wind also blew down fences and utility poles.

Storm damage in Owasso (photos); tornado warnings canceled in Stillwater area

Damage in Owasso following a tornado that touched down Thursday afternoon. ART HADDAWAY/Owasso ReporterDamage in Owasso following a tornado that touched down Thursday afternoon.

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