An event at a Southern Indiana military base this week highlights the increasing role Hoosiers play in developing military technologies.
A group of major Indiana players is joining forces to spur rural economic development across the state.
Once a weapon becomes obsolete because of new technology or machinery, it's shipped to military bases across the U.S. for storage and eventual demilitarization.
Conference leaders say technology is the key to keeping the U.S. military a step ahead of its enemies all of the time.
The case Schulenberg vs. United States is holding the door open for those seeking payment for land taken as a part of the national Rails to Trails project.
Bedford residents gathered at the business seminar in hopes of finding more ways to capitalize on the area’s largest provider of jobs.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter and Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly made comments on ISIL and gun control.
The trip from Evansville to Bloomington just got shorter by about 18 minutes.
As commander of Crane Army Ammunition Activity, James Hooper will serve as the head of one of the naval base's two tenets.
John Dement has been appointed the director of technology commercialization for the state's defense development agency.