Find out how the unemployment rate has changed recently, where gas is the cheapest, how weekly earnings compare across the state and more with these charts and maps.
A 13-year-old girl is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries after she was shot in North Omaha early Saturday morning.
The Empowerment Network celebrated its 15th anniversary Friday in Omaha with an on-brand stylish assist from Earvin "Magic" Johnson.
Saturday's cleanup at the northwest Omaha lake was the start of the annual Nebraska Lake, River and Stream Cleanups. Additional cleanup days will take place in the coming months.
The Metropolitan Area Planning Agency is considering the allocation of $58 million in federal funds to 33 new regional projects.
Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Omaha World-Herald.
Construction crews started tearing down Gallagher Hall, which sits on the southwest edge of Creighton University's campus, on Tuesday.
This week's local crime and court updates from Omaha World-Herald.
Friday marks seven years since Omaha Police Officer Kerrie Orozco was fatally shot in the line of duty. Take a look back at some of the World-Herald's coverage of Orozco's life and legacy.
Find out if case counts are still rising, which parts of the state are the most vaccinated, how hospital capacity compares across the state and more with these charts and maps, updated weekly.
Metro Transit is extending free transit access for K-12 students through the summer. The program is on track to surpass 150,000 rides by the end of the school year.
New details were released Thursday for the proposed main city library at 72nd and Dodge Streets. Most of the $100 million cost would be covered by private donors.
The free concert on July 2 is part of a four-day celebration to mark the reopening of downtown Omaha's Gene Leahy Mall.
Nearly a decade after retiring from NASA, Ashland native and astronaut Clayton Anderson has become president and CEO of the Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum.
Don Bacon, the incumbent 2nd District congressman, and challenger Tony Vargas both are touting their ability to reach across the aisle to pass legislation.
Ninety-seven years ago today, Malcolm X was born Malcolm Little at University Hospital in Omaha.