The remains of Navy veteran from Indiana who died the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor are being returned to his home state.
A Marine veteran in Delaware County has been awarded the Purple Heart 72 years after he was injured in a World War II mission.
Private Philip Crecelius was honored with a dedicated grave marker in Mt. Eden cemetery, where he was originally buried in 1850.
“I had no idea that it was D-Day, but I saw more aircraft going out than I had ever seen in my life and probably never see again." - Samuel Mallor
The Moving Wall grand opening was Friday, with keynote speaker Sammy Davis, Indiana's only living Medal of Honor recipient.
There are two nearly identical bills, one each in the House and Senate, on the issue, both receiving unanimous support.
108-year-old Lucy Coffey died in San Antonio on Thursday morning.
An Army veteran wants to move to the Hoosier state once his military contract expires. But, his pit bull isn't welcome in the communities he wants to live.
"I'd wanted to see what it looked like looking down instead of looking up," Nick Kusak says he knew he wanted to fly planes since he was 12 years old.
A recent survey shows Indiana’s homeless population has dropped 2 percent since last year.