Let's listen to real doctors about the risks of COVID for our children.
We wish many more Americans had gotten the vaccine and that the president had not felt he had to take such a dramatic step. His action will in…
The Legislature and the Governor's Office must work together to strengthen inmates' transition back to Nebraska communities.
He was passionate in his approach to public service. He wore his heart on his sleeve.
They met the heavy demands in Iraq and Afghanistan, and in recent years provided vital help during catastrophic flooding and COVID.
Nebraska’s Legislature must reflect the complexity of our state in the 21st century. The way to achieve that is through responsible redistrict…
Our library system must continue traditional in-person service while incorporating technological modernization the public expects and needs.
Amid the anguish and confusion of that day, a particular act of goodwill in Omaha stood tall.
If widely adopted by state government, that principle could be applied to countless other policy issues, threatening individual liberty.
Amid the spirited debate, we highlight some key observations for government officials and the public to keep in mind.
Legislative hearing last week put a spotlight on deeply troubling failures in Douglas and Sarpy Counties by St. Francis Ministries.
Urban youths, as well as a rural ones, can benefit from understanding the career opportunities modern agriculture offers.
These realities will remain, and must be addressed, even if the State Board of Education backs away from the issue.
His Memorial Day essays, stretching over four decades, didn't romanticize combat. They helped readers take a deeper meaning.
The resignation of the trust's longtime director is the latest in a series of troubling developments besetting environmental management.
Nebraska communities aren't letting COVID stop their determined work to move forward.
This is an ongoing project for the World-Herald editorial page. We plan future looks at additional communities, large and small, across the state.
The small-mindedness and mania displayed on social media and chatter TV shows are infecting and harming public discourse in Nebraska.
Donations can be made at any time of the year. Demand for emergency help has surged this summer, says the United Way of the Midlands.
Nebraska can't simply will away the COVID threat. We need energetic, science-based action emphasizing the importance of vaccination and empowe…
The initiative, with input from the public, can make well-targeted one-time expenditures to boost treatment capacity.
We must promote economic opportunity in all parts of the state and move forward together.