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.
Monroe County's ceremony was one of many held across the state and country in honor of Veterans Day.
About 75 percent of all military veterans returning to the workforce leave their jobs in the first two years.
When veterans enter their MOS or MOC code, the website generates a list of job opportunities and relevant career pathways.
The Indy Honor Flight, a non-profit that takes World War II veterans to Washington D.C., will take 70 veterans to the nation’s capital Saturday.
After traumatic brain injuries, some veterans are turning to a controversial treatment for help called Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.
New Indiana laws are in effect, job discrimination legislation for veterans and how Indiana coal industry communities are preparing for new EPA regulations.
A Facebook post raising awareness about the stress fireworks can cause for veterans has gone viral.