Veterans

'I Am Not Invisible': Photo shoot honoring female veterans stops in Indianapolis

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"I Am Not Invisible" is the name of the Department of Veterans Affairs photo project highlighting and honoring the nearly two million female veterans in America.Read more

Deputies suspended after Columbus man fatally shoots Air Force veteran

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The Bartholomew County Sheriff's Department has suspended three deputies for failing to properly serve a detention order on a veteran suffering a mental health emergency.Read more

Police investigating fatal shooting of Air Force veteran during mental health emergency

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The Bartholomew County Sheriff's Department is conducting an internal investigation, trying to figure out why deputies didn't detain a veteran suffering a mental health...Read more


It's 2020 and 90,000 Vietnam veterans will finally receive disability benefits

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Many veterans were exposed to a chemical known to cause serious illnesses, like cancer.Read more

Korean War veteran who died alone honored for service, sacrifice

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On a cold, blustery day a week before Christmas arrived at the Copher-Fesler-May Funeral home to honor a man almost no one knew.Read more

Wreaths Across America honors veterans at Crown Hill Cemetery

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Wreaths now lay on the graves of veterans at Crown Hill Cemetery thanks to Wreaths Across America.Read more

Navy veteran found in his apartment had been dead for 3 years, medical examiner says

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The family of a man found dead in his Texas apartment last week is stricken with grief and plagued with a multitude of questions.Read more

Dozens step in to help after 93-year-old veteran loses $16,000 to contractor

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Renovations to Ralph Ellis' bathroom are going to be finished soon.Read more

One of the last surviving Hoosier WWII veterans passes away on Veterans Day

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A Hoosier veteran, who helped interrogate a Nazi colonel and was nearly shot in the head by a sniper during World War II, passed away on Veterans Day 2019.Read more


AP Exclusive: Buttigieg would pick VA's 1st female secretary

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Pete Buttigieg says if elected he'd like to name a woman to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs for the first time.Read more

2 Hoosier veterans receive high honor from France

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At the Indiana War Memorial Sunday, there were high honors for two Hoosier heroes who helped secure freedom for France during World War II.Read more