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  1. The Omaha World-Herald is a daily newspaper in the midwestern United States, the primary newspaper of the Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area. It was locally owned from its founding in 1885 until 2020, when it was sold to the newspaper chain Lee Enterprises by its most recent local owner, Warren Buffett , chairman of Omaha-based Berkshire Hathaway .

  2. Nebraska Furniture Mart (NFM) is a home furnishing store in North America that sells furniture, flooring, appliances and electronics. It is the largest of its kind in North America. NFM was founded in 1937 by Belarus-born Rose Blumkin, who was known as Mrs. B., in Omaha, Nebraska, United States.

  3. 4,500 spaces: CHI Health Center Omaha is an arena and convention center in the central United States, located in the North Downtown neighborhood of Omaha, Nebraska 2) facility has an 18,975-seat arena, a 194,000 sq ft (18,000 m 2) exhibition hall, and 62,000 sq ft (5,800 m 2) of meeting space. The complex opened on September 20, 2003 as Qwest ...

  4. Visit Omaha and discover what makes it such a great destination. Find the best Omaha hotels, restaurants, events, things to do and also be sure to check out our special offers page. Learn more about all the great things to do and see while visiting Omaha, Nebraska.

  5. Charles Schwab Field Omaha (formerly TD Ameritrade Park Omaha) is a baseball park in Omaha, Nebraska. Opened in 2011, the stadium serves as a replacement for historic Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium . Charles Schwab Field has a seating capacity of 24,000, with the ability to expand to 35,000 spectators. [5]

  6. Nebraska originally operated under a bicameral legislature, but over time dissatisfaction with the bicameral system grew. Bills were lost because the two houses could not agree on a single version. Conference committees that formed to merge the two bills coming out of each chamber often met in secret, and thus were unaccountable for their actions.

  7. The Nebraska Cornhuskers (often abbreviated to Huskers) are the intercollegiate athletic teams that represent the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.The university is a member of the Big Ten Conference, and the Cornhuskers compete in NCAA Division I, fielding twenty-two varsity teams (nine men's, thirteen women's) in fifteen sports.