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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
Towns/Cities near owasso, oklahoma : Tulsa Colinsville Sperry Turley Verdigris Catoosa Limestone Claremore

Owasso News
Driver in crash that killed Oklahoma teacher brings court to tears with apology at his sentencing

An Owasso man convicted of manslaughter in an inattentive-driving collision that killed an Owasso Public Schools teacher brought the woman's family, several law students and even an in-custody inmate to tears during his sentencing hearing on Friday. Scott Alan Smith was sentenced Friday to three years in prison for the death of 32-year-old Bobbi Jo White on U.S. 169 southbound near 76th Street North on May 15, 2016, which District Judge William Musseman said took "a young, vibrant life" from the community.

Tribal Council re-elects officers

Candice Byrd holds the Bible as Cherokee Nation Supreme Court Chief Justice John Garrett administers the oath of office to Tribal Council Speaker Joe Byrd. TAHLEQUAH , Okla.

It's Back To School For Number Of Green Country Schools

Several of large school districts including Bartlesville, Broken Arrow, Claremore, Grove, Muskogee, Owasso, Sapulpa, Skiatook and Stillwater will see students in the classroom Thursday. With that in mind, a number of local police departments will begin focusing stepped up enforcement in school zones.

Tulsa Police Look For Suspects In Bogus Check Ring

Tulsa Police are investigating a ring of thieves passing hot checks at grocery stores in Tulsa, Owasso and Bixby. Detectives say they've cost the stores $10,000 in the past two months.

Broken Arrow Man Wins New Ford Edge In Best Summer Ever

A Broken Arrow man and his two children drove away from the News On 6 parking lot in a brand new 2017 Ford Edge on Thursday morning after he won the Best Summer Ever giveaway. Kevin Hilliard and five others were recently named finalists in the summer-long contest and came to News On 6 on August 10 for their final chance to win the new vehicle from Bill Knight Ford.

Electrifying Front Row Challenge Finish Goes to Shane Stewart

Shane Stewart topped a three-way battle for the lead with two laps to go to come out on top in the $20,000 to win 22nd Annual Price Chopper Front Row Challenge presented by Musco Lighting and Searsboro Telephone Company. It was the Bixby, Oklahoma driver's first appearance at the event in six years, and he made it pay off big time in the 30-lap feature aboard the Larson-Marks #2! Stewart grabbed the early lead in the main event, ahead of Daryn Pittman and Brad Sweet.

Trio of in-state baseball players make college choices

A trio of young in-state baseball stars have made their early college decisions, and two are staying close to home. Junior Kale Davis recently announced his commitment to Oklahoma State.

Army Worms Wreak Havoc On Owasso Yards

An army of worms may be the reason why your well-cared for lawn still looks like it's been hit by a drought. Army worms can march in and overnight, destroy your yard.

Oklahoma pols who've run afoul of the law

Former Rep. Randy Terrill was sentenced, in December, 2013 to a year in prison for bribing a legislative candidate not to run Former state Sen. Debbe Leftwich was sentenced in December, 2013 to one year on probation for soliciting and/or accepting a bribe to withdraw as a candidate for political office. Former Oklahoma Senate leader Mike Morgan was sentenced in January, 2013 to five years of probation on a bribery conviction.

Oklahoma firefighter arrested after allegedly molesting girl

Casey Roe, a firefighter in Owasso, was arrested early Saturday morning on a complaint of lewd or lascivious acts with a child. Officials say they were contacted by a family who claimed that Roe molested their 13-year-old daughter at a birthday party.

Attorneys for Elliott Williams' estate seek $1.5 million in legal...

Elliott Williams, 37, was taken to the Tulsa Jail in October 2011 after being arrested in Owasso on an obstruction complaint. A video of Williams' last 51 hours alive shows him lying on his back on the floor in a cell in the jail's medical unit, occasionally trying unsuccessfully to reach food and water that had been left near him.

Two Long-time Owasso Officers Retire

Owasso police gave a big send-off to two of its long-time detectives. Detective Sergeant Mark Harper and Lieutenant Tony Klahr both retired last week, but had their retirement party Thursday, July 27. "To be able to work at a job you love with your best friend who is your boss, you can't ask for much better than that," Harper said.

AT&T's Stephens: We could reach 14M FTTP customers by 2019

During the second-quarter earnings call, CFO John Stephens told investors that AT&T has been making great headway with its fiber build. AT&T says it could reach 14 million customers by the year 2019, surpassing its commitment to the FCC to build out FTTP to 12.5 million locations.

AT&T expands gigabit Internet service to Tulsa

AT&T announced the launch of 1 Gbit/s broadband service over its all fibre network powered by AT&T Fiber to customers in parts of the Tulsa area, including in parts of Tulsa, Jenks, Owasso and surrounding communities in Oklahoma. The Tulsa area is one of 55 metro markets across the U.S. where AT&T now offers ultra-fast, fibre-based Internet service as the company progresses towards its target of reaching at least 75 metros with its fastest Internet service.

All-State golf: Ardmore's Sam Peters snags two special awards

The Ardmore golfer took home two of the day's biggest awards, along with the usual items All-Staters receive, including their ring. For Peters, it started on the course at Cherokee Hills Golf Club, where she teamed with Norman North star and Class 6A champion Kaitlin Milligan to post the low round of the girls All-State golf matches.

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