What is RSS?
RSS is an easy way to keep you automatically up-to-date on Web sites you like to visit regularly. Instead of having to go to each Web site separately to see new stories, you can use RSS to view them easily in one application or program.
NBC29.com now offers RSS feeds (or channels) for the news and sports from our website.
How can I make use of RSS?
In general you need to install an application or program called a RSS Reader. RSS Readers display the information from RSS feeds on your computer.
How do I get a News Reader?
There are a number of different News Readers available; a few more popular ones are listed below, but there are now literally thousands to choose from. Many of them are free to download and use, though some of the more feature rich applications you will have to purchase.
Now that you've got your RSS reader, here are the RSS feeds that NBC29.com currently has available. To use our feeds, simply paste the URL into your newsreader.
NBC29 Local News:
NBC29 Neighborhood News: Capitol Square
NBC29 Neighborhood News: Central Virginia
NBC29 Neighborhood News: Charlottesville and Albemarle County
NBC29 Neighborhood News: Shenandoah Valley
NBC29 National AP News:
NBC29 Virginia AP News:
Joint Trial Request for Albemarle Doctor Accused of Sex Crimes Denied
Albemarle Doctor Mark Dean, who is accused of a series of sex crimes involving his patients, will not have a joint trial for charges against him.
Albemarle County Jury Taking Up Perjury Case Against Jason Kessler
A jury is being selected in the perjury case for Jason Kessler. The charge stems from Kessler's assault on a person on Charlottesville's Downtown Mall last year.
Waynesboro Man Facing Abduction and Forcible Rape Charges
On March 18th at approximately 3:10 A.M. Waynesboro Police were called to a residence located in the North East area of the City for a report of sexual assault.
Charlottesville Woman Arrested in Connection to Prospect Ave. Stabbing
A Charlottesville woman is under arrest following a reported stabbing Monday night. Police are charging 49-year-old Velma M. Watkins with malicious wounding.
UVA Offers Safe Way to Dispose of Unwanted Medications
To help people safely and securely get rid of unwanted or unused prescription medications, UVA Health System has recently added a medication receptacle at its main outpatient pharmacy.
Health Officials Investigating Mumps Outbreak at James Madison University
The Health Department continues to investigate an ongoing mumps outbreak at James Madison University. Mumps infections have been confirmed in five staff members and 14 students.
Charlottesville Department to Study Racial Disparities in Criminal Justice System
The Charlottesville Department of Human Services is receiving some money from City Council to study racial disparities in the local criminal justice system.
National MS Society Honors UVA President Sullivan
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society honored outgoing University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan with a prestigious award on Monday, March 19.
People Address What's Missing in Proposed Budget at City Council Meeting
The public is speaking out on Charlottesville’s proposed budget for 2019 at the City Council meeting on Monday, March 19.
Speakers Discuss Race, Gender at Gun Sense Forum
Dozens of students at the University of Virginia are continuing their discussion on how to prevent gun violence.