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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.

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    BROWNSBURG, Ind. – As cold weather begins to set in, families are often looking for creative, seasonal activities that don’t involve a phone or television screen. Fortunately, at Natural Valley Ranch, located off County Road 350 N in rural Hendricks County, that’s exactly what they will find. Owner Marie Damler and her husband, Chuck, started Natural Valley Ranch– located at 6310 CR 350 N–  nearly 15 years ago. “We’ve built everything you see in the last 15 years. Started from […]

  • Vet Fest, Christmas Gift and Hobby Show and Pet Expo headline diverse weekend lineup of events around Indy

    Vet Fest American Legion Mall Directly following the Veterans Day Parade in downtown Indy, join CBS 4 and Wish For Our Heroes at the American Legion Mall for the inaugural Vet Fest from 2-6pm. Also on hand will be legendary rocker and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member, Artimus Pyle (formerly Of Lynyrd Skynyrd), who will perform a free concert. There will also be food trucks on hand as well as a beer garden. We will be granting wishes, […]

  • Rosie’s Place marks opening of third location while their flagship solidifies itself as must-visit destination in Noblesville

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — Rosie’s Place has become a breakfast staple for many people in and around Hamilton County. On their website, the establishment is described as “A gathering place for friends and families…featuring homemade, Midwestern-inspired fare.” Currently, Rosie’s Place has three locations, including one on Zionsville’s Main Street and their newest location in Carmel, which opened just last month at the Olivia on Main Street. Each location has a similar down home vibe and the same dedication to serving good […]

  • Central Indiana kicks off November with Wizard Fest, Indy’s Monumental Marathon and yes, even some Christmas-themed events

    Wizard Fest Deluxe at Old National Center Calling all Harry Potter fans! A wizard themed mega party is coming to the Deluxe at Old National Centre this Sunday at 7pm.  The space will be transformed into a Hogwarts-worthy magical castle for a huge wizard themed dance party called Wizard Fest! Participate in the costume contest for your chance to win cash prizes and goodie bags. You can also play “Q pong” for another opportunity to win some terrific prizes! Get […]

  • Blues, booze, bullet holes and human remains: The spooky stories behind Indiana’s oldest bar

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Established in 1850, the Slippery Noodle Inn is Indiana’s oldest continually operated bar in its original building. With that distinction comes a lot of history: as a former hot spot for mobsters, a watering hole during Prohibition, a haven for runaway slaves and even as a bordello. For the past 55 years, “The Noodle” has been owned by the Yeagy family, who turned it into one of the nation’s top blues bars (according to Rolling Stone), featuring […]

  • Corgi Races, Human Mario Kart Tricycle races and safe trick-or-treat events make for fun Halloween weekend

    Pumpkins and Hayrides Zionsville Lions Park Head to Zionsville’s Lions Park this Sunday for a day of free Halloween fun! From 2-5 pm, kids can enjoy pumpkin painting, hayrides, race painting, bounce houses, a s’mores station, food, games, Mr. Daniel Music and a costume contest. There will even be an appearance by Miss Indiana and other queens! Click here for more info.  BOO n’ BREW Clay Terrace The 6th Annual BOO’ n BREW at Clay Terrace is happening this Saturday […]

  • Giuseppe’s Italian Market becomes instant sensation in Noblesville, makes dinner easy for busy parents

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — Tucked into a strip just off 146th Street at 14741 Hazel Dell Crossing Suite 500 in Noblesville, you’ll find Giuseppe’s Italian Market. It’s a simple operation with just two employees. But when they officially opened this past summer, owner Joe Murello says they were nearly overwhelmed by virtual overnight popularity. What made this small, unassuming Italian carryout spot such a sensation? It all comes down to—as they say in Italy— la familia. “It all started when we felt […]

  • Zombies, pumpkins and covered bridges: Some of central Indiana’s most beloved festivals are taking place this weekend

    Pacers 5K Bankers Life Fieldhouse (Delaware Street entrance) The inaugural Pacers 5K race is this Saturday, Oct. 20. Honorary starter Larry Bird will tip off the race with Boomer, the Pacemates, High Octane Drumline and Pacers alumni in attendance to cheer on participants. The 5K is for all ages and fitness levels, so the whole family is welcome to participate. The race will start at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, wind through downtown Indy and finish with a post-race party. Click here […]

  • Zydeco’s celebrates 20 years of authentic Cajun cuisine, Mardi Gras-worthy good times

    MOORESVILLE, Ind. — You don’t have to travel 800 miles to enjoy authentic, straight-from-the-bayou Cajun cuisine. Just head to Mooresville, where for the past 20 years Zydeco’s (located at 11 E. Main Street) has been the go-to spot for great food, a Mardi Gras-worthy good time and a touch of Hoosier hospitality. “We try to put on a party every night,” said co-owner Deb Hutchinson. And they’ve been doing just that for 20 years now. But it all started with […]

  • Whether you like grilled cheese, apples, haunted hayrides or lederhosen, there’s a festival for everyone this weekend in Central Indiana

    Heartland International Film Festival Indiana’s largest and longest-running film festival will celebrate its 27th anniversary this October across Indianapolis! Since the inaugural Festival in 1992, Heartland has grown from a 4-day event with less than 20 films to an 11-day celebration featuring more than 200 independent films. This years festival runs October11-21 with showings taking place at various locations. Click here for more info.   Indy Mega Adoption Event Indiana State Fairgrounds This Indy Mega pet adoption event is back! […]