The Mexican-American Banda singer and reality TV star died, along with six other people, in a plane crash on Dec. 9, 2012. Long Beach was Rivera’s hometown.
Rivera’s estate filed the negligence lawsuit against Starwood Management Inc. in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday.
The husband of Jenni Rivera, the singer who died in a 2012 plane crash in Mexico, filed a wrongful death lawsuit Friday against the owners of the plane.
A judge says a lawsuit filed by the relatives of four people who were killed in a plane crash along with singer Jenni Rivera should be heard in California.
Nearly one year after Jenni Rivera’s tragic death, her brother and daughter shared their private memories of the larger-than-life Mexican-American superstar.
A tribute to the late Jenni Rivera opens this weekend. The exhibit at the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles focuses as the singer as the “Diva of Banda.”
The family of Mexican-American music superstar Jenni Rivera has filed a lawsuit against the company that owned the plane that crashed at more than 600 miles per hour, killing her and five others on board.
Thousands of fans came out on Wednesday to celebrate the life of popular Mexican-American grupero singer Jenni Rivera, who was killed in a plane crash earlier this month.
The tragic plane crash that ended the life of singer Jenni Rivera also took the life of six others, including popular makeup artist Jacob Yebale.
Ticketmaster is releasing a limited number of tickets Tuesday for the memorial service of Jenni Rivera, which will be held Wednesday morning at the Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal City Walk.
Family of Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera announced Monday that a public memorial service for the star will be held at Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City.
The family of popular banda singer Jenni Rivera accompanied her remains from Mexico to Long Beach Airport Thursday evening.
Mexico’s top transportation official says a plane carrying Mexican-American music superstar Jenni Rivera plunged almost vertically from more than 28,000 feet and hit the ground in a nose-dive at more than 600 miles an hour.
The remains of banda singer Jenni Rivera and six others were recovered in Northern Mexico overnight and taken to a Mexican forensics facility, authorities said Tuesday.
Fans of Jenni Rivera held vigils for the Mexican-American singer Monday night outside her Lakewood home and at the realty office in Corona where she once worked as a licensed real estate agent.