Rachael Krause

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

  Women inspiring other women to join male-dominated fields through Paint it Pink event

  Investigators search for parents, clues after baby found in bag

  Seymour nonprofit helping people through equine therapy, programs

  Two civil suits following Michael Begin molestation conviction now settled

Ironman Louisville participants react after swim portion of triathlon canceled due to algae

  Indiana announces $99M in infrastructure funding to improve roads, bridges

  Southern Indiana man charged with arson, accused of starting fire in cousin’s home that killed his dog

  Toddler killed after falling off scooter being pushed by another child

  Underground Station businesses frustrated by city projects blocking access for customers

  Clarksville police heroics help save missing man’s life

  ‘Justice For Jerod’ -- Family calls for transparency from Harrison County Jail 1 year after son’s death

  Crews begin demolition, work on New Albany Shoreline Project to improve riverfront

  Judge denies bond for man accused of killing co-worker at Big O Tires

  Everyday tasks could be more at-risk for causing fires under burn ban

  Harrison County popcorn harvest is big business for the regional economy

  Redevelopment commission approves building new medical facility near Purdue Polytechnic in New Albany

  Floyd County teen sentenced for starting fire that killed his uncle

  Indiana to launch tracking system to better monitor rape kits

  Drivers, rejoice! Bridge painting and work on Clark Memorial Bridge finally finished

  Clarksville Police investigating after a man beaten badly in act of retaliation

  Former Jeffboat site auctioning off equipment, city looks to future for riverfront spot

  Land donation allows Charlestown to build new sports park

  Gas prices expected to rise following strikes on Saudi Arabia oil facilities

  Floyd County votes ‘no confidence’ in auditor after audit finds he’d accrued thousands in penalties, interest to IRS

  Quick action, investigation lead to charges in Scottsburg’s bomb threat hoax

  Neighbors await answers as New Albany police continue investigating 20-year-old woman’s death

Councilwoman, community push for change after recent string of shootings

  Former Rocky’s spot to become housing for downtown Jeffersonville

  Improving school safety in NAFC schools could mean a tax increase

  Parvo Virus hits Southern Indiana Animal Rescue trying to help puppies