Carly Kempler

Carly Kempler

Reporter

Charlottesville, Va.

Carly Kempler joined NBC29 as a reporter in June 2018 after graduating with a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Maryland.

During her years as a Terp, Carly was a reporter for Capital News Service, the university's award-winning, student-run station. Her reporting took her across the state and all over Capitol Hill and D.C.

Her passion for journalism began in high school when she worked for her school's paper. In college Carly also worked as a senior staff writer and editor for the university's independent newspaper, The Diamondback.

Additionally, Carly spent her senior year at Maryland interning and working for NBC4, DC's top local news station, as a production assistant and field producer.

When she's not behind the viewfinder or searching for stories, you can find Carly at a good sushi restaurant or exploring Charlottesville's downtown farmer's market.

Carly is originally from Maryland, and she's excited to call Charlottesville her home away from home.


Recent Articles by Carly

Charlottesville Albemarle Convention & Visitors Bureau discusses future of area tourism

Stanardsville mother-daughter duo collecting donations for Greene Co. family dealing with tragedy

Region Ten crisis counselors discuss their own struggles during the COVID-19 pandemic

Charlottesville bike shop sees increase in sales despite COVID-19 pandemic

UVA surgeon discusses COVID-19 impact on transplant community

Piedmont Master Gardeners launch new online service to provide more resources during pandemic

PVCC thanks employees with gift cards to locally owned central Virginia restaurants

  AHIP teams up with Beck Cohen during COVID-19 to provide essential services to family in need

  Delivery nurse and new mother discuss what it’s like inside the maternity ward during COVID-19

Dogs Deserve Better Blue Ridge donates pet food to pantries across Virginia

  Expert at Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital recommends washing cloth masks after each use

  Habitat for Humanity continues to build homes while also providing resources to other area nonprofits

Legal Aid Justice Center demands action after 25 test positive for COVID-19 at Bon Air Juvenile Correctional Center

Two Albemarle Co. men arrested following shots fired incident on Cherry Ave.

AHS student wins science award for project examining effectiveness of quarantine

Central Va. mental health resources discuss impact of COVID-19 on those battling addiction

Charlottesville Community Cares launches campaign for emergency relief

Beer package auction to benefit Blue Ridge Area Food Bank

Charlottesville emergency responders put out dryer fire in 400 block of Garrett Street

  Charlottesville gardening store sees growing demand during COVID-19 pandemic

JMRL offers virtual programming to keep community engaged while branches are closed

Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital eases concerns over hospital births during COVID-19 pandemic

Homelessness advocates calling on landlords to supply housing during pandemic

  City Schoolyard Garden teams up with Chris Long Foundation to feed students

Virginia Coronavirus Fraud Task Force warns of economic relief scammers

Shenandoah National Park further modifies operations in wake of COVID-19

The Front Porch hosts “Save the Music” digital concert series

  Virginia Institute of Autism works to help students & parents in wake of COVID-19, launches S.O.S campaign

  Charlottesville shoe company uses 3-D printers to develop respirator masks for first responders

Charlottesville’s Economic Development Authority provides aid to businesses and entrepreneurs