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
  • Baby’s restaurant brings new life, family-friendly retro diner vibe to iconic former Talbott Street show bar

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — In 2016, Talbott Street—a beloved LGBTQ nightclub and bar—closed its doors after 15 years of business. Fortunately, the space that was once known for fabulous drag shows has been given new life thanks to owners Kendall Lockwood and Trevor Belden—the same team behind Mass Ave’s Ball and Biscuit. In September of 2019, Baby’s officially opened their doors at the corner of 22nd and Talbott Street to a very excited Herron Morton neighborhood. We’re grabbing a burger and […]

  • 16-Bit Bar+Arcade brings retro arcade fun, pop-culture flair to downtown Indy

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It may officially be 2020, but for the next couple of minutes, we are turning back the decades and partying—and gaming— like it’s 1999 or even 1989! 16-Bit Bar+Arcade got its start in Ohio with locations in Cincinnati, Columbus, Dublin and Cleveland. They opened their Indy location last June on the ground floor of The Whit, at the northeast side of New York and Pennsylvania Street downtown. It became an instant hit thanks to their pop-culture loving, […]

  • More than a makeover: Platinum Paws gives hope to IndyHumane pups with free makeovers

    CARMEL, Ind. — Founded 115 years ago, IndyHumane (formerly known as the Humane Society of Indianapolis) is a leading voice in the city for the welfare of animals. If you visit on any given day, however, you’ll see their kennels and cages are constantly full of animals in need of a forever home. Fortunately, back in 2006, a friend asked Platinum Paws owners, Kathie and BC Henschen, if they would be interested in grooming a shelter dog to help increase […]

  • A Corner Cottage: Noblesville’s must-visit holiday shopping destination feels like stepping into a real-life Christmas movie

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — Peggy Kumler always knew she wanted to own her own shop. And as a Noblesville resident for the past 41 years, she knew exactly where she wanted to do it: right in the heart of downtown. So 20 years ago, she left her job at a bank and opened A Corner Cottage at 895 Conner Street, right on the historic Noblesville town square. “I decided that I wanted to do something for myself… and we just made […]

  • Hamilton, Harry Potter and plenty of holiday festivities: Here are this weekend’s list of can’t miss events in central IN

    Hamilton Murat Theatre at Old National Centre  Tony award-winning Hamilton has officially arrived in Indy! Experience Broadway in Indianapolis at one of the most highly-acclaimed musicals of our time at the Murat Theatre at Old National Centre. Shows run from now through December 29, 2019. Click here for more info.    Santa Saturdays Indiana Design Center (Carmel) Visit Santa in the heart of Carmel each Saturday in December until he makes his trek back to the North Pole for Christmas […]

  • Exit 76 Antique Mall: 72,000 square feet, 600 booths, and millions of items ensure you’ll find the perfect gift this holiday season

    EDINBURGH, Ind. — For many holiday shoppers, a trip to Edinburgh typically means a trip to the outlet mall, but less than a one minute drive up US-31 is Exit 76 Antique Mall (located at 12595 N. Executive Drive). When it comes to finding truly unique gifts this holiday season—from a massive shop of wonders that even Santa Claus himself would be envious of—Exit 76 is one place you’ll certainly want to stop and explore. It’s a locally owned business […]

  • From Big Ten football to dinosaurs and a plethora of holiday events, this weekend’s lineup of events offers something for everyone

    Big Ten Football Championship Game Lucas Oil Stadium Head to Lucas Oil Stadium for the Big Ten Football Championship Game this Saturday. The game kicks off at 8:17pm and will feature Ohio State and Wisconsin going head-to-head for the conference title. The victor will earn the Big Ten Championship and a chance to play in one of the six bowls that comprise the College Football Playoff (including the Rose Bowl Game). Downtown Indianapolis is the place to be leading up to […]

  • Iozzo’s Garden of Italy celebrates 10 years of business, beloved family recipes and movie-worthy backstory

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Back in the 1930s, Iozzo’s Garden of Italy was the place to get dressed up and go out to eat in downtown Indianapolis. Originally located at 323436 S. Illinois Street (where the Hyatt hotel currently sits), Iozzo’s was the largest restaurant in the Midwest—with a dining room that sat 500 people and a banquet room that could seat 350 more. There were live Vaudeville acts, dinner and dancing and plenty of glamour. That was until an incident involving […]

  • Slapfish brings ‘modern seafood shack’ vibe, fresh sustainable seafood to longtime Noblesville grocer

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — For the last 25 years, neighborhood grocer Broccoli Bill’s—owned by Bill and Carol Weghorst—has served the Hamilton County community at their location at 15009 Gray Road in Noblesville. But it was their son, Mark, who helped take Broccoli Bill’s to the next level earlier this year by bringing a West Coast favorite right here to the Hoosier state. Slapfish is a self-proclaimed “modern seafood shack” that started in 2011 as a food truck in southern California before expanding into […]

  • Donuts, fairytales and lots of holiday spirit: The list of this weekend’s must-visit events around central Indiana

    Handmade Vintage Market Holiday Mart Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds (Noblesville) Looking for some truly unique holiday gifts? Head to the llama barn at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds this Saturday, November 23rd, from 9am-2pm for the Handmade Vintage Market 2019 Holiday Mart. There will be over 50 handmade and vintage vendors on sit this year with a wide array of treasures for sale. Admission is $5 (but free for kids under 12). Parking is free! Click here for more info. […]

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