Afghan hospital guard kills 3 American doctors
Two of the dead Americans were a father and son, Minister of Health Soraya Dalil said, adding that the third American was a Cure International doctor who had worked for seven years in Kabul.
Kelly: Huskers' glory days of '80s live on — on the small screen and on stage
The 1984 NFL draft was unusual for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and these days it's remembered in the name of a rock band, the 1984 Draft. Tonight, the band is featured on the NFL Network.
Downtown Omaha bar will be on 'Bar Rescue' Sunday
This weekend, catch Omaha on TV.
World-Herald editorial: Communities of excellence
The Scottsbluff-Gering area has a lot going for it, including hardworking residents, a respected community college and beautiful countryside.
At NU's helm, J.B. Milliken built the university by building relationships with state leaders
Finding common ground with the leaders helped pave the way for a stronger University of Nebraska.
U.S. weighs clemency for inmates jailed for 10 years
It's an effort to deal with high costs and overcrowding in prisons, and also a matter of fairness, the government says.
Omaha's Eppley Airfield sees increased demand — and that means more fare options for travelers
More travelers are flying out of Eppley Airfield this year, and airlines serving the airport are responding to the demand by adding more seats and fare options in time for the summer travel season.
Shatel: Herold thinks big and dreams big when it comes to UNO baseball
UNO baseball's Bob Herold can coach and the Mavericks can play some ball. These are the two sticks that, if rubbed together right, could produce the next sports miracle in Omaha.
Congratulations to the individuals and groups honored with 11 awards for outstanding community service by Nebraska first lady Sally Ganem. This year’s winners did it all, from providing quilts and study bags to kids placed in foster care to planting trees in Lincoln’s Pioneers Park, and they exemplify the state’s spirit of...
Country music's six biggest threesomes
Country stars are often singular — one bright star orbited by a band, producers and songwriters.
Council orders apartment complex, house be demolished
Two Bellevue properties were ordered torn down April 14, but one of them might get a reprieve.
Project Search gives taste of the real world
Students from across the state got a chance to put their work skills to the test, learn tips for succeeding in the workplace and chat with representatives from local businesses.
Titans post back-to-back shutouts
Bears finish second in Benson Cup
Our suggestions for what to do today.
Grace: Your older self has a request — use sunscreen
Seventh- and eighth-graders at St. Cecilia Grade School used a boxlike machine called a skin scope. They took turns sticking their heads inside and seeing what damage had been done to their faces. By the sun.
Lyft to launch in Omaha, Lincoln today; regulators say it's illegal for now in Nebraska
Lyft plans to launch tonight in Omaha and Lincoln, offering free rides for two weeks to new users and setting up a legal battle on city streets.
Obama to Russia: More sanctions are 'teed up'
The president also acknowledged that those penalties may do little to influence Vladimir Putin's handling of the crisis in Ukraine.
Northwest Omaha bar closes its doors
The Loose Moose Bar and Grill has closed its doors.
Foreigner wants Nebraska to show them what love is
Rock band Foreigner will perform at UNL's Lied Center for Performing Arts for the Lied's 25th anniversary season.
200 people registered for 5K in memory of Omaha oncologist
Of the 500 people expected to run in the Head For the Cure 5K on Sunday, an event that benefits brain cancer research, close to half will be there in Pete Townley's memory.
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