Veterans will be able to start the jobs training in January at Ivy Tech Southwest.
Who is responsible for Indiana's dams upkeep, why a Cesarean may not be best for mothers or babies and the state superintendent walks out on her own meeting.
The Department of Education is launching two initiatives. One partners soldiers with students learning to read. The other encourages veterans to get degrees.
A program designed to assist veterans in getting their commercial driver's license in Indiana is having little success.
Indiana's new state commander is reaching out on social media in hopes of getting younger veterans to join the American Legion.
The count shows there are more than 6,000 homeless people in Indiana – veterans make up 12 percent of that total.
A new state law enacted this week aims to get veterans into the federal system more quickly, but the Department of Veterans Affairs still has a long backlog.
Magnus Johnson created Elder Heart, a non-profit that will pay veterans to create public art.
The House version of the bill adds language instituting a tuition freeze for combat veterans.
Sen. Joe Donnelly says the office will help veterans with questions they have about federal benefits.