It's a service from KLEW 3 that allows you to stay on top of the news using a RSS reader.

What is RSS? Well, the simple answer is it stands for Really Simple Syndication. Technically, it's a XML specification used by news sites (and many others) across the Internet to send out their content to a rapidly growing audience.

To use RSS you'll need a RSS reader. For the Mac OS X platform, one of the most popular is NetNewsWire from Ranchero Software (now a part of NewsGator). For Microsoft Windows, SharpReader is popular. For all platforms, Firefox is widely used. But there are many, many others for OS X,  MS Windows, and Linux. Use the links below to learn more.

To use our RSS feed, just click the orange XML button above or the link below and drop any or all of these urls into your reader:Paragraph to explain how to subscribe to an RSS feed.

Click here for a complete list of KLEW RSS feeds.

For information about RSS, check

For a listing of some of the many RSS readers out there, check