More money granted to collapse victims
Victims of the Indiana State Fair stage-rigging collapse can apply starting next week for an additional $13.2 million, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller
Stage collapse victim returning to Ind.
A central Indiana woman who was one of the most seriously injured victims of last summer's Indiana State Fair stage collapse will return home this month after
Lawyer: Release Sugarland's statements
An attorney for several victims of last summer's deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse is seeking to make band members' accounts of that night public.
Daniels talks safer stages with group
Gov. Mitch Daniels is taking Indiana's lessons from last summer's deadly State Fair stage collapse to an entertainment industry group that's pushing for safer
Tour manager may be key to stage collapse lawsuits
Sugarland's tour manager has become the focus of lawyers seeking millions in damages for the families of seven people who died and dozens who were injured in a
Singer: Sugarland likely would have delayed show
An attorney says Sugarland's version of what happened before last summer's deadly stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair is inconsistent with another
Fair investigation: Who knew what about weather?
When the state fair stage rigging collapsed in August, some called it an act of god. Others suggested human failures. Thursday, the report from Witt Associates
Fair investigation: What changes are coming?
As new details continue to emerge about what caused the stage rigging to collapse at the Indiana State Fair last year, many have been left asking: What's
Who's responsible for Fair tragedy?
Two investigative reports outline problems that resulted in the Aug. 13 collapse. But as for who was to blame, that remains fairly unclear.
Victims react to Fair investigation
The release of the state fair stage collapse reports forced fans of Sugarland at the fairgrounds that night to relive the tragedy. Three of those fans were in