The Indiana State Fair has wrapped up its 17-day run, with a five-percent drop in attendance.
The fair drew about 900,000 visitors, about seven-percent below the record set in 2013. It's the third-lowest figure since the fair expanded to 17 days in 2009.
One of the two lower years was 2011, when a stage collapse which killed seven people prompted the cancellation of one day of activity.
Fair spokeswoman Lesley Gordon says the fair struggled to bring in people for a number of reasons.