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Mid America Sound Corp. to pay $50,000 in penalties over stage collapse Video included

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A new settlement has been reached related to the deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse. Mid-America Sound will pay $50,000 in penalties and provide more training for its employees. More>>

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State not liable for contractor in stage collapse

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A court says the state isn't responsible for work performed by a contractor involved in the 2011 Indiana State Fair stage collapse. More>>

Sugarland's insurance company files lawsuit in Indiana State Fair stage collapse

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Tuesday marks the deadline for anyone injured in the 2011 Indiana State Fair stage rigging collapse to file a lawsuit. More>>

Stage collapse victim continues recovery Video included

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Andrea Vellinga is participating in a 5K that begins at the very place where she got hurt nearly two years ago - the State Fairgrounds. More>>

Indiana okays stage rules extension

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The proposal would keep in place until 2016 the temporary rules that were approved last summer by Indiana's building safety commission. More>>

Indiana State Fair tragedy prompts new national safety guidelines

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The Event Safety Guide was written in part as a result of the Indiana State Fair stage rigging collapse on August 13, 2011, and other incidents that put concert-goers in danger. More>>

Indiana House backs stage rigging rules extension

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The Indiana House has backed a two-year extension of regulations on temporary outdoor stage rigging developed in response to the deadly State Fair stage collapse. More>>

Indiana panel backs stage rigging rules extension

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An Indiana House committee has endorsed a two-year extension of regulations on temporary outdoor stage rigging developed following the deadly State Fair stage collapse. More>>

Indiana stage collapse victims get $6M more in aid

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The Indiana attorney general's office is sending out checks for a total of $6 million to 59 victims of 2011's deadly stage collapse. That's the amount of supplemental relief that was approved earlier More>>

Woman sentenced in Indiana State Fair collapse scam

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An Indianapolis woman was sentenced to work release and probation after pleading guilty to trying to collect money intended for victims of the 2011 State Fair stage collapse. More>>

Lawmakers: More time needed for Indiana stage rules

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Indiana lawmakers want to give a state panel two more years to adopt permanent rules intended to prevent a repeat of last year's deadly State Fair stage collapse. More>>

Indiana State Fair cancels paid concerts for 2013

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The Indiana State Fair is canceling paid concerts at next year's fair after shows moved to downtown Indianapolis following a deadly 2011 stage rigging collapse failed to attract big crowds during August's fair. More>>

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