How do I find...
Q: How do I find a story/article older than 7 days?
A: LibraryLink answers research inquiries regarding past articles appearing in the Omaha World-Herald. Articles from 1885 to present are generally available. For more information, e-mail LibraryLink at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: How do I search for a story less than 7 days old on Omaha.com?
A: To find a story on Omaha.com use the search box at the top left of any page.
If the story/article that you are searching for is not on the list please e-mail email@example.com
Q: Is The Record online?
A: The Record is published as space is available in the newspaper, usually daily. The Record is published online in the Metro/Region section under "More Stories."
Q: How can I purchase a back issue of the Omaha World-Herald?
A: The current month's issues are available for purchase at the counter in our 13th & Douglas Streets lobby. A daily back issue costs 75 cents and a Sunday back issue is $2. You may also look something up in the current month's papers on display in the lobby. To order a back issue by mail, write our Back Issues Department Lobby Counter, World-Herald Building, Omaha, NE 68102, or call (402) 444-1419. The cost to have a daily back issue mailed to you is $3.75; Sunday is $5.75.
Q: How can I get copies of photos that appeared in the Omaha World-Herald?
A: Photographs published in the Omaha World-Herald can be purchased directly from the Omaha World-Herald LibraryLink. For more information, e-mail LibraryLink at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What content from the Omaha World-Herald is not available on Omaha.com?
A: The following is a list of what is not on Omaha.com that is in the newspaper.
• Baby Page
• Personal Ads
• Hints From Heloise
• Sunday's Real Estate stories
• Food Express
• National Editorial Cartoons
• Money section- Sioux Falls Livestock, Nonferrous Metal Prices, Federal Debt Totals, World Gold Bullion, Stock Price Listings, Commodities
• There are several editorial columnists Omaha.com does not have online rights to publish.