Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin
MADISON (WKOW)-- The storm itself was fast, only lingering in Madison's west side for a few minutes, but the damage it left behind will keep body shops and insurance companies busy for several weeks to come.
D&S Automotive in Mentor, OH is giving free car washes for life to any repair customer that comes into their shops beginning Monday, October 10.
DETROIT (WWJ) – Police are asking for help identifying suspects connected with a murder at an auto shop on the city’s east side.
Tracy Carman draws the winning ticket for the 2016 North Platte Community College raffle car during Colonel Cody’s Cruise Show and Shine in downtown North Platte while NPCC Auto Body instructor Don Wilson looks on.
A Grand Island man is the winner of the 2016 North Platte Community College raffle car.
The automotive industry has changed at a blistering pace in the last few decades, and automotive service and collision repair professionals are in high demand to maintain today’s high-tech cars.
Gerber Collision & Glass has announced the September 26 opening of a new collision repair center in Portage, Indiana.
On September 21, the Justice Department said a federal grand jury in Detroit indicted two automotive parts industry executives with conspiring to obstruct a federal investigation.
A Stillwater mechanical and paint shop must act quickly to avoid being shut down by the city after ongoing problems with paint fumes and permit noncompliance.
Dale Wulfekuhle, manager of Ream Auto Body, points out some hair from a deer still on a vehicle brought in on September 20. Wulfekehle counted three vehicles brought in for work after hitting a deer in a week's time.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) -- Iowa drivers know sooner or later the odds are you’ll hit a deer while driving in the state. But some new insurance statistics might surprise you with just how high the risk is on the road.
Michigan House members returned to work the week of September 5 to decide whether they’ll give the state’s motorists a break on their highest-in-the-nation auto insurance premiums.
PDQ Manufacturing, Inc., a manufacturer of in-bay automatic vehicle wash systems, has made a $5,000 donation to the Make-A-Wish® Foundation of Wisconsin.