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Nebraska football recruits

Check out Husker football rosters all the way back to 1984.

Husker Football History

Every game in Nebraska football history. See how NU stacks up all-time against every team, in every bowl game, in conference play, season openers and more.

Big Ten football recruits

Our database of Big Ten football recruits from 2002 to 2011. Sort and filter the map to show players from a specific team, recruiting class, state or hometown to see which areas and schools are hotbeds for football talent and which teams have recruited specific areas to their advantage.

2018 Election Guide

Omaha World-Herald coverage of the candidates and issues of the 2018 election

Remembering Our Fallen

Honoring troops killed in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars with this online tribute of biographical information and photos.

College World Series: Through the years

Our growing home for historical information about past NCAA baseball championships, which have been played in Omaha since 1950. Read about every year, every team and every game played in the CWS.

Interactive documents

Read and comment on an ongoing collection of documents in the news. Some documents contain annotations to explain complex language or add context.

Nebraska 100

A panel of sports experts selected the 100 greatest athletes in Nebraska history.

Omaha homicide map

Mapping the victims of Omaha homicides.

Live Omaha-area road cameras

Monitor road conditions around Omaha with live views from cameras around the city

2018 Nebraska Legislature

Search bills, senators and committees from the 105th Legislature

Douglas County restaurant inspections

Browse a map of Douglas County restaurant inspections, updated November 2016. The map includes the county's rating and date of review for more than 2,500 local restaurants.

Nebraska holes in one and course records

This database shows holes in one and course records officially reported by golf courses to The Omaha World-Herald. Recent holes in one are added as we get them, and we're combing the archives to add aces from the past.

Civil War veterans buried in Nebraska

Bios of nearly 1,000 Civil War veterans, compiled by Dean Podoll of La Vista, a National Guard veteran and retired nuclear engineer over the past 15 years.

U.S. refugee resettlement

Nearly 800,000 refugees have been resettled in the United States since 2002. Explore their countries of origin and see state-by-state data from the U.S Department of State Refugee Processing Center.

Big stories

Longreads, investigations and exclusive reporting from the Omaha World-Herald.

Officer down

More than 200 first-responder agencies represented at OPD Officer Kerrie Orozco's funeral.

Pie Day!

Every January, the Omaha World-Herald newsroom celebrates Pie Day. (Just what it sounds like.)

Military surplus equipment database

Thousands of law enforcement agencies across the country receive surplus military equipment under the Pentagon's 1033 program. That includes 179 agencies in Nebraska and Iowa, which collectively hold 1,890 surplus items — including assault rifles, night vision sets and armored trucks.

White Christmas in Omaha?

Everyone wants snow for the holidays. But how often has there been at least 1" on the ground for Christmas Day? (Answer: About a third of the time.)

Nebraska inmates released early

The Nebraska Department of Corrections miscalculated release dates for hundreds of inmates since 1995, resulting in prisoners being set free ahead of schedule.

2016 Holiday Lights

Find the best holiday light attractions in the area.

Medicare payments to Nebraska doctors

Twenty-five Nebraska physicians received at least $1 million in Medicare payments in 2012, and a Hastings eye specialist took in nine times that amount, according to federal data. Find out how much your provider got paid.

Quick Hits

Shareable bits of awesome from The World-Herald Sports department

Pilger tornado damage map

Aerial and before-after photos of damage in Pilger, Nebraska, after a deadly tornado hit the town in June 2014.

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