The Omaha World-Herald delivers its editions 365 days a year to subscribers and single-copy buyers all across Nebraska, in western Iowa and in parts of Kansas, Missouri and South Dakota. The World-Herald is the only statewide newspaper in Nebraska, serving more than 500 cities and towns with home and business delivery.
In Omaha, The World-Herald produces two editions for the metropolitan area -- morning and evening. The percentage of homes that subscribe to the newspaper is annually among the top five in the nation. The online edition on Omaha.com is the most popular news website in the region.
The World-Herald's news staff of nearly 200 is larger than that of all other daily newspapers in the state combined. With bureaus in Lincoln, the state capital, and in Washington, D.C., The World-Herald provides focused and relevant regional and national coverage of the region that no other news outlet provides.
The newspaper has received national awards and recognition in recent years for its investigative reporting on physically endangered children and worker safety issues.