When they return home, veterans often have difficulty translating their military experience to civilian jobs, which can lead to high unemployment rates.
Bloomington's Human Rights Commission has drafted changes to the city Human Rights Ordinance; It's up to the Common Council to finalize the additions.
Dozens gathered today for a memorial day ceremony at Rose Hill Cemetery in Bloomington.
Veterans groups say they're worried about how the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs might use its newly allocated funds.
The money will be used to repaint airplanes that were used in Vietnam and World War II.
The woman who was criticized for the emails she sent that some say mocked veteran suicides quit Tuesday.
The governor signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law this week, and legislators advanced a new energy efficiency program.
The proposed legislation would require the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs to provide the best care for mental health conditions.
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.