In Nebraska Senate race, Ben Sasse's camp calls Shane Osborn's criticism 'dishonest'
Senate candidate Shane Osborn has gone on the offensive, criticizing opponent Ben Sasse for his connection with a firm that helps states implement the Affordable Care Act
Kelly: Nebraska is only the 19th-flattest state in the nation — well, that's a relief
All those folks from the coasts who think Nebraska is as flat as a pool table, it turns out, are just wrong.
World-Herald editorial: Worthwhile historical discoveries
Similar to how Rosa Parks took a historic stand against racial discrimination in the 1950s, an African-American woman named Martha Reno took a stand for racial justice in the 1850s.
T-birds move to finals
Bellevue West back in the finals after topping Norfolk
McDermott leads Jays past Xavier, into Big East tournament final
Doug McDermott scored 32 points Friday as Creighton reached the Big East tournament title game with an 86-78 victory over Xavier. The No. 14 Bluejays will play Providence on Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.
President Obama’s executive order creating the MyRA retirement savings program is still short on details, and critics say it doesn’t do enough. But the plan, called a “simple, safe and affordable” way for low- and moderate-income workers to begin saving for retirement, does take a step in the right direction. While MyRA...
Knights on a roll
Members of the Bellevue Knights of Columbus Council 6192 presented checks to the Red Hots of Sarpy County and the Bellevue Special Olympics.
Honor flight to soar after hitting donation mark
A honor flight for Korean War veterans has enough money to take flight later this month.
Two teen volunteers recognized by library
On Feb. 5, two Papillion teens were among eight volunteers across the state who were recognized in Lincoln by the Nebraska Library Association for their work.
The faces, story behind Omaha's first, largest — and 33-year-old — fish fry
The Holy Name Fish Fry usually draws 2,000 or more diners each week. It can accommodate that many diners with seating for at least 600 people.
The Public Pulse, March 15
A sobering retirement-finance landscape
To keep teenagers alert, schools let them sleep in
New evidence suggests that later high school starts have widespread benefits.
Reality Church completes move
A group of five pastors singing their own version of a One Direction song isn’t what most people expect to find at a church service.
Douglas, Lancaster Counties wary of proposal to house prison inmates
County jails have space for the prisoners, but officials say the state has a poor record of paying.
Leonard Pitts Jr.: Laughter helps us cope when grief becomes too much
Ron Kilmartin was in a hospice, dying of lung cancer. His daughter was at the 83-year-old’s bedside, cracking jokes about it.
Live updates: Nebraska boys basketball state tournament
Track our live coverage from the final day of the Nebraska high school boys state basketball tournament Saturday.
Saturday's local scoreboard
Local results, schedules, highlights and more.
SXSW, Day 4: Corporate? Yes, but still room for the little guy
Despite a wild show by Lady Gaga and an appearance by two of the world's biggest rap artists, Jay Z and Kanye West, music writer Kevin Coffey says his most memorable festival moments have taken place at small venues.
McKewon: A perfect storm hits the perfect Storm; more from boys state basketball
Elkhorn South brought style. It remains a fun team to watch — a program that will likely move to Class A one day because of growing school attendance. It'll compete well there. The Storm want to run, shoot 3s and attack. More teams need to embrace that system.
Court records: Walmart receipt ties suspects to Iowa trailer fire, 2 slayings
A Denison man told investigators that he and another man shot two people, then set fire to a trailer with the victims inside, according to court documents.
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