According to a 2014 report from the Public Consulting Group, Indiana needs to step up its help for veterans returning home from combat.
Veterans groups say they're worried about how the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs might use its newly allocated funds.
The latest data from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs show Indiana receives $4,935 per veteran each year.
If you're a veteran and rely on benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, where you live may affect whether you receive the benefits you've earned.
A panel investigating whether alternative therapies for veterans with PTSD should be funded by the state released a report with their findings last week.
After traumatic brain injuries, some veterans are turning to a controversial treatment for help called Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.
Sen. Dan Coats voted for legislation that would bring improvements to the embattled Department of Veteran's Affairs.
The American Legion audit will look at whether some of the problems being reported at VA hospitals across the country are also occurring in Indianapolis.
The new law means veterans can receive state financial support indefinitely.
Bloomington hosted its third annual “Stand Down” Thursday for veterans within the community and surrounding areas.