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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
Tulsa Jury Returns Verdict For Teen Arrested For Murder

Nathan Simmons, then 16, was arrested in 2016 for the murder of a man during a Broken Arrow Carjacking Spree. The jury also found him guilty of two counts of robbery in the first degree.

Police Arrest Sand Springs Woman Trying To Cash Forged Check

Police arrested a Sand Springs woman this week for trying to cash a check for $900 more than it was supposed to be. Broken Arrow officers say a bank employee called them Monday, January 8th when 22-year-old Alexandria Cunningham tried to cash the check.

Drivers emotions run the gamut at Chili Bowl

Lady luck is a big part of a driver's success at the Chili Bowl no matter who you are. A pair of Broken Arrow drivers experienced that when they least expected it Wednesday night.

Former Tulsa Police Officer Facing Federal Child Sex Charges

Noel A. McFadden, 71, is charged with exploiting and enticing a minor to engage in sexually explicit conduct for the purposes of producing graphic image files and video. If convicted, he faces a maximum of life in prison for the enticement charge, 30 years for exploitation and 20 years for possession of child pornography.

Officials searching for shooter who killed bald eagle in Oklahoma

Someone shot and killed a bald eagle outside of Broken Arrow, Okla., and officials in the state are searching for the bird's killer. The Oklahoma Game Wardens posted photos of the slain eagle to Facebook on Friday, igniting hundreds of outraged comments.

Broken Arrow woman behind bars after being found parked at Owasso car ...

A 22-year-old woman from Broken Arrow was taken into custody in Owasso Saturday, Dec. 30 after being found with an underage boy in her car at 4:15 a.m. A police officer was on routine patrol when he observed a car parked in the vacuum area of IQ Car Wash at 8602 N. Garnett Rd., according to the police report. The officer observed the running vehicle sitting in the stall with no one outside using the vacuums, which he said was especially suspicious given the time of day and frigid temperatures.

The Morning Bell: 50 year vet of school board dies

The Oklahoman's Print Replica has coverage of the late Thunder-Clippers game. Browse and read the Print Replica today.

Many Frustrated Man Accused Of Raping Claremore Woman Wasn't Already In Jail

Police said in 2012, Julian Watson admitted to trying to kidnap a 13-year-old girl. He was later arrested for breaking into Rogers County homes.

Police: Suspected mail thieves caught with mail from 42 Oklahoma homes

Officers with the Broken Arrow Police Department say they received a call from a concerned citizen who saw a pickup truck pulling up to mailboxes in a nearby neighborhood. While speaking with the driver and passenger, investigators told FOX 23 that they saw mail on the dashboard that matched addresses in the neighborhood.

Several Green Country Schools Cancel Classes Due To Cold Temps

With the temperature down into the teens and the wind chill even lower, several area school districts decided to cancel classes Tuesday so students didn't have to get out in the cold weather. In Locust Grove, the district posted a message on social media, saying they were closing Tuesday due to the dangerous temperatures and wind chill saying they're keeping the safety of students in mind.

High-Profile Tulsa Cases Headed To Trial In 2018

A lot of cases will head to court in 2018, but there are some high-profile ones that could stand out. Michael Bever and his brother, Robert, were both charged with five counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of their parents and three of their siblings at their Broken Arrow home in 2015.

Oklahoma Fugitive Turns Himself In After 30 Years On The Run

Ronald Lyons turned himself in at the Nowata County Sheriff's Office last week before he was moved over to the Tulsa County Jail. He's been on the run for quite some time and now the officers who first worked his case are wondering where he's been.

Broken Arrow salon owner works to give away wigs to women undergoing cancer treatment

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Gun buyers have options when background check brings rude surprise

Gerit Smith shows a shotgun to Cole Davis at Bass Pro Shop in Broken Arrow, OK, December 13, 2017. STEPHEN PINGRY/Tulsa World The clerk behind the gun store counter knows "that look" on a customer's face.

Broken Arrow Man Charged With Sixth DUI

Whitaker's first DUI conviction came in Creek County in 2009, then more came in 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016. His sixth came in August 2017.

Find Local Tulsa, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Jenks, Union, and Owasso News, Sports, and Entertainment:B.A. Teacher Receives Money

ARVEST GIVES BACK: Judy Mullins, center, a teacher at Lynn Wood Elementary, stands with Kim Adams, left, sales manager for Arvest Bank, and Dawn Fender, Arvest branch manager, after Mullins accepted a check for $500 as part of Arvest Bank's We Love OK Teachers campaign.

Police Chase Through 4 Cities Ends With Tulsa Arrest

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a driver is in custody following a high speed chase early Tuesday which went through four Green Country communities. OHP says the suspect is headed off to the hospital after getting in a scuffle when troopers tried to take him into custody near the QuikTrip at 11th and Sheridan.

The Morning Bell: Elected to the board without a single vote

Oklahoma City School Board member Ruth Veales speaks about DACA during a school board meeting in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017.

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