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In light of recent natural disasters, and the affects of global warming upon us, Manual RedEye explores how Louisville would react to certain natural disasters.
Staffer Reece Gunther shares his opinions on improvements that could be made to make JCPS bus rides more comfortable in the summer.
You can still have fun over spring break even if you're not leaving town.
Explore the little known history of a holiday celebrated annually in America since 1737
Take a journey through the untold stories of Civil Rights in Louisville.
Take pride in Louisville's diversity this weekend at the 14th annual Worldfest and learn about other exciting festivals this Labor Day weekend.
Huda Jabbar (12, HSU) and Pleasure Ridge Park High School student Isai Sanchez were among many students protesting the polarizing Republican candidate’s rally.
William Kuhn joins the the R.A.M. Sports Talk staff to discuss the possibility of a national basketball team in Louisville.
Community members of all religions, races, genders and ages came together to help clean up the Center after it was vandalized on Wednesday.
Google recently declared Louisville one of its new exploratory cities for Google Fiber, which could potentially increase the city’s Internet speeds 20-fold.