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
  • Broad Ripple’s Lola Blu Boutique offers whimsical atmosphere, personalized service, affordable prices for the fiercely fashionable

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A few years ago, Pamela Moosey looked around her Broad Ripple community and realized there was something missing. “I just thought we needed a really feminine boutique that was affordable that catered to all kinds of women and was customer service based,” she explained. A little over two and a half years ago, she opened Lola Blu Boutique in a quaint cottage off Cornell Avenue, just north of the canal. Since then, Lola Blu has been a […]

  • Adopt a furry family member, lace up your running shoes or kick off holiday shopping at one of these weekend events

    Christmas Gift and Hobby Show Indiana State Fairgrounds Get in the holiday spirit this Wednesday through Sunday (November 6-10) as the Christmas Gift and Hobby Show returns to the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Attendees can shop the various vendor booths for the perfect holiday gift, purchase personalized books by local authors, check out the “Small town charm with big city bustle” LEGO display, enjoy live entertainment by local singers, dancers and school choirs as well as performances by the Circle City […]

  • Ezra’s Enlightened Cafe serves up delectable vegan/vegetarian dishes, smoothies and desserts that draw even the biggest carnivores to Broad Ripple

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Several years ago, Audrey Barron and her coworkers would joke about her someday opening her own café. But then… she did. The accomplished personal chef took what was once the two car garage attached to the building where she used to work and transformed it into Ezra’s Enlightened Café—  the go-to vegan/vegetarian eatery in Broad Ripple Village. “We are plant-based, we’re gluten-free. We are focused on non-GMO and we’re focused on food that’s bright, flavorful. But I […]

  • Celebrate the flavors of Fall or get a head start on holiday shopping this weekend at one of these fun local events

    Indy MADE Market Hamilton County Fairgrounds (Noblesville) Indy MADE Market is happening this Saturday, November 2nd, from 9am-2pm at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds Llama Barn in Noblesville.  Over 55 artisans will be on hand selling an array of unique and handmade items. Each vendor space is designed like a mini shop, fitted with wonderful displays and unique style touches making for a special shopping experience. Tickets are just $5 at the door. Click here for more info.    Día de […]

  • Newly-opened Spencer Farm Winery offers taste of something new in Noblesville

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — Spencer Farm got its start back in 1982 when Kyle Spencer was finally able to live out his childhood dream of farming. Strawberries were planted on the first 10 acres, but after moving to a new location near 161st Street and Cherry Tree Road, they added crops like red raspberries, black raspberries, blueberries, and chrysanthemums. Since then, they’ve added pumpkins, asparagus, Christmas trees, sunflowers and grapes. What began as a small pick-your-own fruit farm is now a […]

  • The Apple Works: Offering a tasty learning experience, bushels of family fun for 30 years

    TRAFALGAR, Ind.—The Apple Works got its start 30 years ago when Rick and Sarah Brown started planting on what is now the southern quarter of the orchard. After 10 years working as a microbiologist at Eli Lilly and welcoming their first child, Sarah decided to become a stay at home mom. But it didn’t take long for her to also give into planting a variety of produce on their land. “I had 87 grape vines, 30 apple trees, strawberries, blackberries, […]

  • Channel your inner Harry Potter at WizardFest, celebrate the 73rd annual Irvington Halloween Festival, plus more fun events this weekend

    Heartland International Film Festival The Heartland International Film Festival is going on now through Sunday, October 20th. 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. The Heartland Film Festival has earned the special designation of being a qualifying festival for the Annual Academy Awards® within the Short Films category. This year, Heartland Film Festival will be celebrating its 28th anniversary […]

  • Get lost in fall fun: Exploration Acres in Lafayette named No. 1 corn maze in the country

    LAFAYETTE, Ind. — About an hour north of Indianapolis, Exploration Acres in Lafayette is one of central Indiana’s biggest fall attractions. However, when owner Tim Fitzgerald opened the can’t-miss fall destination at 6042 Newcastle Road over 10 years ago, it was a much different story. Fitzgerald already had a successful career for over 20 years working in Indianapolis in the exhibit and trade show business, but the trajectory of his life changed in 2004 when his dad approached him with […]

  • Beasley’s Orchard celebrates 33rd Annual Heartland Apple Festival, rounds out fall season with more fun, pet-friendly events

    DANVILLE, Ind. — This month, we’re drinking all the pumpkin spice lattes, picking plenty of apples and taking in some of central Indiana’s favorite Fall attractions. Today, we’re off to 2304 E. Main Street in Danville, where Beasley’s Orchard has been a staple in the community for over three generations. “Beasley’s Orchard has been here in Danville, Indiana, since 1946 and we’ve been harvesting family memories ever since then,” said Jim Finley, agrotourism manager for Beasley’s Orchard. If you’ve never […]

  • From a Renaissance Faire to pet-friendly fall festivals, central Indiana offers several fun outdoor events this weekend

    Indy Pet Parade & Fall Festival Metazoa Brewing Company Join Metazoa Brewing Company for the second annual Indy Pet Parade and Fall Festival this Saturday, October 5th. Attendees are invited bring their pup and get decked out in a festive costume to walk in the pet parade through Fletcher Place neighborhood at noon followed by a party at Metazoa Brewing Co. that will feature live music by local and indie bands, food trucks, local vendors & more! Attendees must be […]

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