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Rachel Bogle is a lifetime Hoosier, raised in Brown County Indiana and a graduate of Brown County High School class of 2006. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University Bloomington, where she had a triple-major in Journalism, Political Science, and Pre-Law.

A former Indiana Broadcasters Association Scholarship recipient, she went on to serve as emcee for the Indiana Pacers/Fever and then as co-host of “The Scotty Show” and “Mornings With Kyle and Rachel” during her 6-year tenure with Radio NOW 100.9 in Indianapolis.

Before joining CBS 4, she served as a host on IMC-TV and appeared nightly on the national broadcast of the nationally-syndicated nightly entertainment/pop-culture show “Dish Nation.”

She has been involved with the Miss America Organization for over 10 years, as a local titleholder and now as a local director within the Miss Indiana and Miss Indiana’s Outstanding Teen Scholarship Organizations. She has also actively served as a volunteer for the Julian Center shelter for domestic violence and been involved with the Special Olympics of Central Indiana Polar Plunge for the past 5 years.

In her spare time she enjoys cooking, travel, reading, cooking, and spending time with her 7lb morkie pup named Gizmo.

Recent Articles
  • Spoke & Steele brings the cool vibe of Indiana’s very own Steve McQueen to downtown

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — When it comes to downtown restaurants, nearly everyone knows St. Elmo Steakhouse.  But next door at Spoke & Steele (located at 123 S. Illinois Street) inside Le Meridien hotel, they are shaking things up with much more than their much-raved about cocktails and bourbon barrel-aged spirits. “There’s definitely a growing trend in restaurants located in with hotels becoming their own stand-alone business,” explained Brittany Smith of Yelp Indy. “People used to think of it as, ‘Oh it’s […]

  • Zoobilation, Indy Pride Fest, food festivals make for one of Indy’s biggest weekends

    Zoobilation 2018 Indianapolis Zoo It’s time to “Swing in to Summer” at Zoobilation is this Friday night! It’s not every day that folks get to dress up in black tie attire and party it up at the Indianapolis Zoo, but that’s exactly what’s happening! Every year, Zoobilation is one of the city’s hottest social events and it’s the city’s biggest fundraiser for animal conservation. The theme for 2018’s sold out event focuses on the Zoo’s newest exhibit — the long-tailed […]

  • Zionsville favorite Cobblestone restaurant reveals exclusive Zoobilation dish 5 months in the making

    ZIONSVILLE, Ind. — Cobblestone first opened its doors at 160 S. Main Street in Zionsville in 2000. Back then, it was known as Cobblestone Grill. But in February of last year, they temporarily closed shop for a full renovation, completely overhauling the interior, logo, menu, and even their name. When Cobblestone—as it’s now known—reopened, it didn’t take long for the new casual and contemporary vibe to resonate with guests. If you loved the old Cobblestone Grill, you will still get […]

  • Rachel’s Rundown: The best of what’s happening in and around Indy this weekend

    Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival Military Park On Saturday, wine enthusiasts will join together for the 19th Annual Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival. The festival runs from 12-6 p.m. at Military Park downtown, and will feature 28 Hoosier wineries as well as food vendors, artisans, and live music. Tickets are $30 online and $40 at the gate. This is a 21+ event.  Click here for more info.   CruZionsville Main Street, Zionsville This Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 […]

  • Sisters Korean Restaurant brings truly authentic Korean food, secret family recipes to Greenwood’s Main Street

    GREENWOOD, Ind. — Unnineh is the Korean word for “sister,” and that’s what three best friends consider one another. Together, they realized their dream of having their own restaurant. After months of hard work and elbow grease, they transformed an empty south side space located at 916 E. Main Street, Suite 210 in Greenwood, into Sisters Korean Restaurant. Upon walking in the door, guests are greeted by traditional décor, a pleasant staff, and an authentic dining experience that’s already garnered […]

  • WWII Veteran who has attended 91 Indy 500s gets ultimate surprise from Michael Andretti

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — How do you surprise a World War II veteran who has risked it all and–at 95 years old–has pretty much seen it all, too? In the case of Indianapolis 500 superfan Russ Van Treese, it’s hard to say. Fortunately, the folks at Andretti Autosport had a pretty good idea. So on one very special day in May, they invited Russ to their shop on Indy’s northwest side for the experience of a lifetime. Van Treese is like […]

  • IndyCar Legends: Uncensored with the Unsers–How tragedy, controversy, and passion shaped Indy’s winningest family

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — All this week, we’ve been highlighting the most legendary racing families to ever compete at the Indianapolis 500. What better way to end our legends series than with our Rachel Bogle sitting down with one of Indy’s most iconic families— the Unsers? Six Unser family members have competed in the 500, and between Bobby, Al, and Al Jr., they have brought home a combined 9 wins— more than any other family in Indy 500 history. But before […]

  • IndyCar Legends: Continuing the legacy–and rivalry–with the Rahals

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — This week, our Rachel Bogle is sitting down with some of racing’s legendary family dynasties to find out who they are off-track, what fuels them on track, as well as how they cope with the pressures of living up to a famous family name. Today, we sit down with the Bobby and Graham Rahal inside their “home away from home” RV inside the drivers’ lot at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Unlike some other famous racing families, the […]

  • IndyCar Legends: Andretti Curse or unfinished business? ‘Trying to win it as a family since 1969’ with Mario, Michael, and Marco Andretti

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – You don’t have to be a race fan to recognize the name Andretti. It’s synonymous with racing and built on multiple generations of champions. Altogether, five members of the Andretti family have raced in the Indianapolis 500.  So far, though, only one has brought home a win. Are they cursed? Our own Rachel Bogle is going straight to the source by sitting down with Mario, Michael and Marco for that answer. But first, we have to start […]

  • IndyCar Legends: Inside the Brabham racing dynasty

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Only three families can say they’ve had three generations compete in the Indianapolis 500: Andretti, Vukovich, and Brabham. In the history books, they are legends.  But at home, who are they? This week, our Rachel Bogle is sitting down with some of racing’s most legendary family dynasties to find out. We kick things off with Geoff Brabham and his son, Matt. Off-track, their life is pretty normal. However, their legacy on-track is anything but. The Brabham legacy […]