The second of two women who tried to scam their way to a State Fair accident payment has been sentenced to time at a special facility for women.
A commission drafting permanent rules intended to prevent a repeat of last year's deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse would have two more years to
The woman who faked injuries after the State Fair stage collapse failed to appear in court Friday.
A woman pleaded guilty Monday morning after being accused of trying to take money from two funds set up for victims of the stage rigging collapse at the
The owner of the stage that collapsed at Indiana's State Fair last year has rejected a settlement plan that would have protected the state from further legal
Monday marks the one year anniversary of the tragedy at the Indiana State Fair. Organizers have planned a moment of silence Monday night in memory of the
The Fair Commission's latest severe weather policy is detailed. It has far more specific information than last year's one page policy which was not followed
The Indiana Attorney General's Office says most victims of a deadly stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair have agreed to accept shares of a $13.2 million
The Indiana State Fair starts in a week, but the state is not providing details on how it plans to keep Hoosiers safe in severe weather.
There are new concerns after a theft potentially compromised evidence in the Indiana State Fair stage collapse. At issue: Could the theft now open new
Indiana State Police have confirmed that thieves stole metal from the wreckage of the State Fair stage collapse at the warehouse where it is being kept.
Indiana State Fair organizers plan to honor the victims of last summer's deadly stage rigging collapse by pausing all fair activities for a moment of silence
The Indiana State Fair Commission has awarded the first four contracts for a planned renovation of the fairgrounds' coliseum that will keep the building on the
Attorney General Greg Zoeller said Wednesday he's pushing back the deadline for victims to accept the money to August 1.
The state is now named in the lawsuit filed by some of the victims of the State Fair stage tragedy.