Vintage motorcycles are dusted off, polished up and ready for the sale of the half-century

When the owners of Iowa's Greenfield Honda retired in 1992, they closed the doors and walked away, creating a time capsule of about 100 motorcycles — most from the 1970s and ’80s — and countless parts and memorabilia. Now, the bikes have been washed, cleaned and inventoried for a liquidation sale.

Benson couple ditches backyard for expansive garden

An Omaha couple wondered: Why have just a lawn when you can put the space to better use, growing food? Now they prepare for a future bounty.

With OPS eyeing land for new school, Ryan High alumni are reliving memories while they can

Plans for a 50-year Ryan High School class reunion recently took on new meaning with the Omaha Public Schools’ decision to buy the property and use it to build a new high school for South Omaha. “It’s part of Omaha and part of our history,” one grad said.

Need to Know

World-Herald editorial: Don’t forget follow-through on prison reform

President Barack Obama says he wants the federal government to follow the lead of a number of states and place a greater emphasis on using probation and parole for a larger number of nonviolen…


Today's Events
Live blues with Brad Cordle and friends
The Omaha Lounge
7:30 pm
Join us every Tuesday with Brad Cordle and friends playing blues.
Water Liars, James Maakestad
Slowdown, 729 N. 14th St.
9:00 pm
Genre: Rock. Cost: $7.
Whiskey Dick
Zoo Bar, 136 N. 14th St., Lincoln
9:00 pm
Genre: Country. Cost: $5.
Free Workshop for Parents of Children with Disabilities or Special Healthcare Needs
Parent Training and Information for Families of Children with Disabilities
12:30 pm
It’s time to think about kids going back to school.  Information that needs to be provided to new teachers and IEP teams include:
Free Evening Swimming at Various Omaha Pools
Parent Training and Information for Families of Children with Disabilities
5:00 pm
In conjunction with National Night Out, 10 city pools (see list below) will offer free swimming from 5:00 to 8:00pm. 
Nebraska Brewing Company Tap Room
6:00 pm
It's GEEKS WHO DRINK Trivia every Tuesday at the Taproom! 
Peggie Hartwell: Voices on Cloth
Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer
12:00 am
In the “Voices on Cloth” exhibition, quilt artist Peggie Hartwell explores history and folklore through the artistic form of quilt making. Uti…
Zoo Bar, 136 N. 14th St., Lincoln
6:00 pm
Genre: Jazz. Cost: no cover.
Free Clothing and Books
Frank and Velma Community Center
1:00 pm
Ralston's Trinity United Methodist Church and Ralston Public Schools have joined together to create a clothing center. Parents or guardians ca…
Omaha Table Talk- Our Community: North Omaha
Big Mama's Kitchen & Catering
6:00 pm
Together, through panel discussions and small group facilitations, participants will explore how various identities affect our experiences.