Thirty-nine years ago, a Thanksgiving weekend storm slammed the Midlands, piling snow up to 20 inches deep and leading hundreds of holiday travelers to seek shelter.
Small businesses across Omaha welcomed a wave of customers for Small Business Saturday. In the Little Bohemia neighborhood, several shops reported a steady stream of shoppers.
With former Dodge County Attorney Oliver Glass pleading guilty to a misdemeanor this past week, the question remains: Will any of the law enforcement officials he conspired with be held liable?
Earlier this month, 500 teachers and support staff were trained on how to conduct home visits. It's one tool intended to help curb student misbehavior and increase family engagement.
Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Omaha World-Herald.
Omaha Crime Stoppers announced Friday that it would increase the reward amount from $5,000 to $7,500 for information leading to the arrest of Keanu Louis.
A teen fatally shot another in Imperial, Nebraska, overnight Thursday, authorities said.
An Omaha teen who fatally shot his best friend — by pulling the trigger of a rifle thinking it was unloaded — has pleaded no contest to manslaughter.
This week's local crime and court updates from Omaha World-Herald.
Black Friday shoppers hit Omaha stores and shopping malls for the opening of the holiday shopping season. But many shoppers weren't out for specific deals and reported seeing thinner crowds this year.
An Omaha man who shot two teenagers at a downtown parking garage may have used two guns, witnesses told police.
Fifty-one years ago today, Nebraska toppled Oklahoma 35-31 in the final minutes of the "Game of the Century." It's regarded as one of the greatest contests in college football history.
An Omaha barber known for her generous spirit finds herself on the receiving end after suffering critical injuries in a mass shooting near 33rd Street and Ames Avenue.
Thousands gathered at Gene Leahy Mall on Thanksgiving night to watch as downtown was set alight with hundreds of thousands of string lights, kicking off the 23rd annual Holiday Lights Festival.
Is our employment picture getting better or worse? See recent changes in local jobs, unemployment, earnings and more in these regularly updated charts and maps.