Sunday, February 03, 2019
Omaha — our mission city — is transforming in big and impressive ways. For proof, look at our bustling sectors: health and medicine, sports and recreation, arts and entertainment, education and outreach, and business and real estate. Outlook 2019 delves into the matrix of development and exp…
Hasbro's Transformers toyline and spinoff comics and cartoons provide the inspiration for Matt Haney's illustrations for Outlook 2019. Haney, a World-Herald graphic artist since 2006, admits to being "semi-obsessed" with everything Transformers since receiving his first action figure as a Ch…
The health care landscape continues to change, both for hospitals and for individuals.
New schools and college offerings await students, while a new superintendent looks back on her first months on the job.
A move to the Big East for one school and a boost to Division I for another have transformed two programs, while boxer Bud Crawford has put Omaha on the boxing map.
Monday, January 29, 2018
All cities breathe and change, sometimes with two steps forward, one step back. The World-Herald's annual special section looks at Omaha's progress the past 50 years.
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Our assessment of all things Omaha explores key areas of growth and expansion, and revisits the city's history.
The Outlook 2017 section covers were illustrated by Quentin Lueninghoener, special to The World-Herald. Each cover depicts several Omaha landmarks related to the section's theme.
Sunday, January 31, 2016
You might call Omaha a big small-city or a small big-city. Lots of us, though, think Omaha is a right-size city — as Goldilocks might say, not too big and not too small. Just right.
Sunday, February 01, 2015
What's in store for Omaha in 2015? Read a special report on the might and muscle of this community.