Omaha continues to grow and improve, as does some of its surrounding communities. Young entrepreneurs will have a say in its future.
Data centers, riverfront development, a refurbished historic hotel and more are in the works.
The Papillion boy's company made 5,000 candles last year. He hopes an upcoming wholesalers show helps his products take off nationwide.
A seventh-grader makes one-of-a-kind painted flower pots with his younger brother.
The 18-year-old culinary arts student has been running her own catering business, Midnight Chef, since eighth grade.
Redevelopment efforts along 84th Street are in the early stages, but signs of life have popped up. Projects include the 34-acre City Centre, which will feature shopping, dining, living and office space, and a park with lakes and trails.