Downtown’s Thursday food truck tradition is moving a block away.
Beginning Thursday, the weekly congregation of food trucks will move to 14th and Dodge Streets from its current location at 14th and Douglas, according to the City of Omaha Parking Division.
The trucks are moving in anticipation of coming construction at the Gene Leahy Mall, the parking division said. Hours will remain the same.
The trucks serve food weekly from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The best of 2018: Movies, music, food and more
World-Herald features writers chronicle their favorites from the past year.
Sarah's annual best-of list only includes restaurants that she reviewed in the last calendar year, so if you don’t see one of your favorites, that might be why.
The list amounts to a diverse crop of series, dispersed evenly across comedy and drama — broadcast, cable and streaming. Maybe your favorite show didn’t make the cut, but maybe (hopefully) this list gives you a few ideas on what to catch up with over your holiday downtime.
Today is the day we look back at the worst 2018 had to offer. The day we dive headfirst into the cinematic cesspool and take a hearty gulp of its fetid waters.
Journalists at the Omaha World-Herald chose the O'Neill raid and its aftermath as the Top Story of the Year for 2018. In all, Homeland Security and Immigration and Customs Enforcement detained 133 suspected unauthorized immigrants and arrested 17 people connected to an alleged conspiracy to exploit illegal labor.
A reporter's notebook is filled with many stories of heroics, tragedy and the mundane. It can also contain some truly head-scratching instances of the weird and wacky. Here is a slightly different look at the year in review.
Here are the top 10 stories on Omaha.com from the past year, as ranked by the number of unique visitors.
— Blake Ursch