Indiana State Fair
In a deposition taped last week, Jennifer Nettles described what she thought of the storm that descended on the Indiana State Fair in August 2011.
Two reports are out on the collapse of the stage at last summer’s Indiana State Fair, and the response to the disaster, in which seven people died and dozens were hurt.
Attorneys for country music superstars Sugarland suggested in a recent court filing that fans who were killed or hurt when a stage collapsed at the Indiana State Fair last year were partly to blame for their injuries.
Two women have been charged with trying to collect money from funds intended for the victims of the stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair this past summer.
A Chicago woman whose same-sex partner was killed in the Indiana State Fair stage collapse last month has filed lawsuits in connections with the tragedy.
A Chicago woman killed in the Indiana State Fair stage collapse will be remembered and honored next weekend.
The first lawsuits were announced Friday in connection with last weekend’s Indiana State Fair stage collapse, as the fatal accident claimed a sixth life.
The Chicago woman killed in the Indiana Fair stage collapse last Saturday will be buried later this week.
Chicago-based structural engineers have been put in charge of the finding out what led to the terrifying stage collapse that killed five people on Saturday at the Indiana State Fair.
The Indiana State Fair has created a fund accepting donations to benefit the families of the people died and the more than 40 other people who were injured.
Meteorologists believe the deadly storm at the Indiana State Fair may have been caused by a “gustnado.”
The death toll stands at five after the stage collapse Saturday night at the Indiana State Fair, and the investigation into how it could have happened is getting underway as the grieving continues.
Friends and co-workers gathered Sunday to honor Christina Santiago, 29, a dedicated manager for a gay and lesbian health organization.
The wind gust that toppled a stage at the Indiana State Fair Saturday night, killing five and injuring dozens of fans waiting for the country band Sugarland to perform, was a “fluke” that no one could have anticipated, the governor and others said Sunday.