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First Lawsuits Land In Indiana State Fair Tragedy

An Indiana law firm has filed two lawsuits on behalf of people injured when a strong wind gust sent metal scaffolding tumbling into a crowd at the Indiana State Fair.

Gallagher Sues Gallagher Over Hangover Accusations

Oasis singer Liam Gallagher says he is suing his estranged brother and former bandmate, Noel, for saying his hangover forced the rumbustious Brit rockers to cancel a concert.

Feds Raid Gibson Guitars - Company Denies Allegations

The head of Gibson Guitar Corp. said Thursday that the company is being unfairly targeted after a raid by federal authorities at factories in Memphis and Nashville.

Judge Orders Indiana State Fair Stage Wreckage Preserved

An Indiana judge ordered the state on Tuesday to preserve the wreckage from a stage collapse at the State Fair that killed seven people, after an attorney for the estate of one victim said he didn't think the state could be trusted.

Judge Sets Retrial Date Following Country Crossing Gambling Corruption Case Mistrial

A federal judge plans to retry Alabama's gambling corruption case starting Oct. 3.

Machine Gun Kelly Charged In Connection With Flash Mob

Authorities say rapper Machine Gun Kelly organized a flash mob at a suburban Cleveland mall and was charged with disorderly conduct.

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