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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
  • Whether you love brunch, craft beer or sausage, there’s a festival fit for you this weekend in Indy

    Late Night on Main Main Street, Carmel (Arts and Design District) Come and party in the District, late night style! Head to Main Street in the Carmel Arts & Design District for a night of fun! Businesses, restaurants and your favorite party spots will be burning the midnight oil to welcome you! Come early and enjoy dinner al fresco, do some shopping and enjoy live music by Jennie Devoe. Plus, it’s FREE to attend. Click here for more info.   […]

  • Downtown’s favorite lunch spot: Subito brings made from scratch soup, sandwiches to busy lunch crowd

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Behind the crimson door of one of downtown’s most unique and oldest storefronts is Subito. The quaint business located at 44 Virginia Avenue is one of downtown’s favorite lunch spots, specializing in from-scratch soup, sandwiches and more. The word “subito” is Italian for “rapid” or “right away.” So it’s only fitting that you won’t see any tables inside. However, although lunches here are grab and go, the neighborly hospitality is still just as warm as the soups […]

  • National S’Mores Day, DCI World Finals, free concerts at State Fair offer plenty of family fun this weekend

    S’Mores on the Circle Monument Circle Friday, August 10th, is National S’Mores Day! To celebrate, the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana will host its inaugural “S’mores on the Circle” on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis on Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This event will feature local chefs who create gourmet s’mores to be sold as a fundraiser. Each s’more will cost $5 and all proceeds will go towards financial assistance for Girl Scouts, so that every girl who […]

  • Channel your inner Cirque du Soleil aerial artist at Indy’s one and only circus school, Cirque Indy

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Have you ever wanted to go way out of your comfort zone and channel your inner Cirque du Soleil or trapeze artist? That’s exactly what you can do at Cirque Indy– Indy’s one and only circus school, specializing in aerial arts. A true hidden gem, tucked away just off College Avenue at 617 N. Fulton Street, Cirque Indy has provided a place for people to conquer their fears, strengthen their bodies and fall in love with aerial […]

  • Penn and Beech Candle Co. offers unique candle-making experience to Mass Ave

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Nearly two years ago, Brianna Doles and her sister-in-law started pouring candles in their basements, located on Pennsylvania and Beech Streets, respectively. They got their candles into local restaurants like Livery and Provision and into boutiques like Homespun in hopes of someday bringing their vision of a brick and mortar location to fruition. In January of this year, they did just that. Penn & Beech opened its doors near the intersection of College and Mass Avenue (747 […]

  • Wine slushies, serene views and 6 generations of family history make Belgian Horse Winery a perfect summer day trip to Henry County

    MIDDLETOWN, Ind. — Is there a better way to cool off during the summer than with a wine slushie? Actually, yes, but only if you pair it with a serene setting, six generations of family pride and an experience that embodies Indiana at its finest.  That’s exactly what you will find at Belgian Horse Winery located off the beaten path at 7200 W County Road 625 N in Middletown, where the population is barely over 2,000. Some Yelp reviewers have […]

  • Beer festival, Burger Battle make Indy the place to be this weekend

    Indiana Microbrewers Festival Military Park at White River State Park The 23rd Annual Indiana Microbrewers Festival is happening this Saturday from 2-6pm at Military Park in downtown Indy. The event is Indiana’s largest beer festival will feature over 100 Indiana breweries, food, cask ales, specialty beers, and as many 3 oz. pours as you can responsibly drink. But don’t forget your photo ID because it is a 21+ event. Click here for more info. Indy’s Burger Battle West Georgia Street, […]

  • One of Indiana’s oldest festivals, an ice cream 5K and free IBE Summer Celebration events make for an action-packed weekend

    Savor Downtown Downtown Indianapolis Enjoy great deals and discounts on some of the best of downtown Indy restaurants during Savor Downtown. Over 50 of downtown’s best restaurants are participating this year, including Skyline Club, Spoke and Steele, Festiva and Bluebeard just to name a few! Savor downtown is going on until July 29 and all you need to do is go to a participating restaurant and ask for their special “Savor” menu. For more info and a list of participating […]

  • Million dollar flag football tournament, concerts top event list this weekend

    20th Annual IndyVet Pet Carnival IndyVet (5425 Victory Dr, Indianapolis, IN)  The 20th annual Pet Carnival is this saturday from 10 am-2 pm.  Hosted by IndyVet, this free carnival will feature the Runamuk Disc Dogs, a pie eating contest for dogs, a “Best Dressed Pet” contest, a pet psychic, Kids Zone, photo booth, face painting, over 20 local vendors and rescue organizations as well as an appearance by the Pacers Fan Van. Note: All pets have to be on a […]

  • Sub Zero’s Carmel location approaches one-year anniversary of combining science and ice cream

    CARMEL, Ind. — July is National Ice Cream month, so what sweeter way to celebrate than with a big dish of ice cream made using liquid nitrogen? It may sound wild but that’s exactly what they do at Sub Zero Nitrogen Ice Cream. The business was founded by a chemist named Jerry Hancock, who created the product through his expertise in chemistry and science. In 2004, Hancock opened the first Sub Zero location in Utah. Sub Zero’s first Indianapolis-area location […]