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Night photo of the front of the Union Pacific Railroad Museum

Outlaw justice subject of Union Pacific Museum presentation

Train robberies are a staple of the history of the American West, and the robbers, such as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, are...
Six people in lawn chairs watch a band play on an outdoor stange

Holland Center live performances are back, social distancing in place

Omaha Performing Arts hosts its first live performance in 6 months Audience members sat in outlined boxes at the Holland Center Outdoor concert to practice...
Erin Grace, Omaha native and former Omaha World-Herald columnist, says if students want to be better writers then they have to be good readers.

For Omaha’s Erin Grace, “journalism is important now more than ever”

Editor's note: Erin Grace retired in May after more than 20 years of writing news stories and columns in the Omaha World-Herald. A mother, a...

Paraprofessional educators, hit hard by school closures, finding work while missing...

LA VISTA -- Tristan Mike joked with a coworker as she was clocking out March 12 that they had better verify their hours before...

Elementary School Parents Take on COVID-19

As school doors closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, parents suddenly gained the role of teacher. Lindsay Mollak is the mother of five girls...

Omahan turns dog collars into booming business

Melissa Messina was working full time as a graphic designer in 2008 when she decided to purchase a Halloween collar for her Alaskan husky-Dalmation...
Eichorn in Snow White wig

Playing princess to give kids a taste of magic

Katy Eichorn spends her free weekends transforming into princesses to make dreams come true for children. She believes all children should be able to...
Vigil on Prison Reform Banner

Even in the cold, Omaha man’s vigil for prison reform goes...

The cold wind blowing from the north this time of year might chase most people indoors, but not Paul Feilmann. He's standing outside sending a...
Paul Feilmann, a self-described activist and advocate, poses for a portrait with a poster outside the Nebraska Capitol on Friday, Nov. 22, 2019, in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Omaha activist sees inmates’ potential, advocates for prison reform

Paul Feilmann is an Omaha activist who hopes for prison reform in the Nebraska penitentiary system.

OZARE: behind the meaning of streetwear and branding

Streetwear is a distinctive style of modern fashion. Throughout the late 70s, this style emerged from punk, hip-hop and surf culture in California. Throughout the...