A temporary stage collapsed on concert-goers August 13, 2011, killing seven.
State officials say they still haven't confirmed any human-to-human transmission of the disease.
Officials say there's no evidence the flu has been transmitted between people.
Fair workers will use new electronic scanners to admit attendees.
More than one hundred witnesses were questioned…though employees of the company that built the stage declined.
The reports from two investigations into the state fair stage collapse will be released today.
The Indiana State Fair Commission will receive the reports during their monthly meeting Thursday.
The members of Sugarland say they will make themselves available for depositions in May.
In response to last year’s State Fair stage collapse, the state is preparing new stage inspection rules.
Claims may be postmarked as of the deadline date.