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

  Longtime ISP trooper trades investigations for protecting kids as Silver Creek Primary SRO

Big 4 Bridge lights up to remember Wayne Estopinal

Nursing home employee accused of raping resident with dementia

Lease burning celebrates end of longtime army lease, future growth for River Ridge

New Washington parents concerned over ‘playing up’ policy for school sports

’He’s touched everyone’s lives’; Co-workers devastated by death of 3 in plane crash

Jeffersonville’s Promise to give free college tuition to Jeff High grads

Group seeks to turn retreat center into substance abuse treatment facility in Clark County

Cox’s Hot Chicken is latest in economic boom for downtown New Albany

Bridge completed along Ohio River Greenway, connecting communities

Eager customers hit Black Friday deals at Bass Pro Shops

Growler USA soon to open, first of many developments around 265 in Jeffersonville

Police say man armed with multiple weapons planned mass shooting

Community program helps former tack factory become senior housing

Millions prepare to travel as holiday season approaches

Harrison County author sees book ‘Donnybrook’ transformed into film

Kits, life-saving training granted to school, county workers in Clark County

IN teacher sentenced to 90 years for molesting student

Report shows many women live in maternity-care deserts

Roundup: Indiana sheriff races decided in several counties