Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming
To increase students' chances of landing a job after graduation, Clackamas Community College and Subaru have partnered to bring Subaru University education to the college's Automotive Department curriculum.
Copart, Inc., a global online vehicle auction company, is excited to announce the recent expansion of its Reno, NV, location, one of more than 200 globally.
One Orcutt man’s Friday was made extra special when he was reunited with one of his most prized possessions.
It's almost deer season for hunters, but Oregon's drivers are No. 1 in the West when it comes to run-ins with deer.
Manheim California is gearing up for the third year of its “Flip this Car” project, which enables Valley High School students in Santa Ana, CA, to recondition cars and auction them off.
The city of Vallejo, CA, is known for being the home of the Six Flags Discovery Kingdom theme park, the now-defunct Mare Island Naval Shipyard, the regional office for Region 5 of the United States Forest Service and the birthplace of racing legend Jeff Gordon.
A warehouse fire in New Industrial Kohanaiki Park has left the business owner baffled and frustrated.
The Boyd Group Inc. announced the acquisition of a collision repair center in Issaquah, WA, previously operated as Gilman Auto Body.
The Automotive Body & Painting Association of Hawaii hosted two seminars in September, instructed by Larry Montanez from P&L Consultants.
In Waipahu, HI, employees from Oka’s Autobody and their families recently met at the local bowling alley for the company’s summer time family fun event.
Cambridge Automotive Group (CAG) has opened a new Maaco location in Henderson, NV.
Investigators with the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) targeted 35 locations in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties in an effort to combat unlicensed vehicle dismantlers.
With AB 1679 now a "two-year" bill, the California Autobody Association (CAA) is getting ready for what many body shop owners in the Golden State believe is going to be the fight of their careers.