Rachael Krause

Rachael Krause joins the WAVE 3 News team as a multimedia journalist and reporter covering southern Indiana. She’s excited to bring her passion for telling community stories to WAVE country. Before WAVE, Rachael worked as a multimedia journalist covering southern Illinois for WPSD TV and as a multimedia journalist in Sioux City, Iowa. Before that, Rachael worked as a multimedia producer for WHO HD in Des Moines, Iowa. Rachael grew up near the twin cities in Minnesota. She attended the school of journalism at the University of Minnesota. There she interned for the St. Paul Pioneer Press and for WCCO TV. Rachael has a love for covering the community and telling people’s stories. She considers the ability to tell people’s stories each day a privilege and hopes to let people’s voices in the community be heard. For fun, Rachael enjoys watching movies, reading and checking out the local food scene that Louisville and southern Indiana has to offer.

Recent Articles by Rachael

  As bill moves forward, many in Indiana call for stronger hate crime legislation

Fundraisers to help Charlestown Police Department honor the memory of Sgt. Ben Bertram

Telehealth technology connects elementary school students to doctors online

Scott County Sheriff works to connect veterans coming into jail with services and support

Mayor Mike Moore touts Jeffersonville’s growth in State of City speech

Crews renovating Floyd County Jail improve building, expand facilities

Flooding peaks in southern Indiana after Ohio River crests Thursday

High waters close Highway 111, Horseshoe Casino

Utica braces for flooding, again

Man driving over bridge hears call for help, officers perform flood water rescue

Housing facility for homeless veterans in New Albany nears completion

Charlestown schools help raise money to send SRO to D.C. to honor fallen Sgt. Ben Bertram

Bill proposes changing self-defense laws in Indiana to protect against civil suits

Indiana bill could halt plan for free college through Jeffersonville’s Promise

Dueling duo of restaurants battle over signs

Community members weigh in on possible West Clark school district split

Boutique hotel to transform Madison riverfront, helping grow tourism and redevelopment

Charlestown teen splits time between home, Hollywood to act on TV show

Jeffersonville man pleads guilty to 20 counts of child molestation

1SI provides association health plan for small business members in southern Indiana