South Bend Mayor and presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg said female veterans and service members have been neglected, including on concerns about sexual harassment and women’s health. Women are the military’s fastest-growing subgroup.
Robert Wilkie, secretary of veterans affairs, told the American Legion National Convention in Indianapolis on Wednesday that the issue needs urgent attention.
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry confirmed the investigation Tuesday. Three agency employees recently resigned following media reports about the department.
More than 200 current and former members of the military from multiple states have filed federal and state suits against the parent of Indianapolis-based Aearo Technologies LLC in recent weeks.
Indiana officials have approved new rules to rein in a state agency that awarded grants intended for struggling veterans to its own employees.
Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Friday morning that he had accepted Jim Brown’s resignation, effective Dec. 28.
Congress delivered a victory to President Donald Trump by expanding private care for veterans as an alternative to the troubled Veterans Affairs health system.
The House voted Wednesday to give veterans more freedom to see doctors outside the Veterans Affairs health system, a major shift aimed at reducing wait times and improving medical care.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is looking to lease sites for the clinics in Terre Haute and the west side of Indianapolis for the clinics.
The heavy cruiser played a critical role in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima before being struck by Japanese torpedoes.
Using a self-directed Roth IRA account, John Gremling buys and sells property to rent out to tenants, including veterans seeking help from groups like Hoosier Veterans Assistance Foundation of Indiana.
Indianapolis-based Bosma Enterprises and other groups on Wednesday sued the Department of Veterans Affairs, alleging the agency ignored a long-standing law when it changed contracting rules that give jobs to the visually impaired. Bosma said it stands to lose $36 million in annual revenue.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is leaving thousands of positions unfilled, citing the need for a leaner VA as it develops a longer-term plan to allow more veterans to seek medical care in the private sector.
The decision comes amid growing opposition to the 15-acre national cemetery project, which opponents say endangers old-growth forest on the northern border of Crown Hill.
Even if the Legislature approves the new lottery tickets, it's uncertain when they could be sold. They're not specified in the existing contract with Gtech Indiana, which runs the Hoosier Lottery.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs plans to reveal renderings on Thursday for a national cemetery on the city’s north side that has spurred opposition from environmental groups.
Members of the groups vented their frustrations with the state's services for the nearly 476,000 veterans in Indiana and what they perceive as the Legislature's complacency during a news conference Friday.