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
A Bourbonnais, IL, man found guilty of killing a man and woman in a Joliet, IL, auto body shop wants a new trial or judgment, saying prosecutors failed to prove him guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
The fifth annual Church Brothers Collision Repair Car Show raised $16,000 for the Gary Dudley Memorial Scholarship Foundation.
Richard Morfoot and Shannon Crane Morfoot have filed a civil lawsuit at the Will County Courthouse blaming the owner of an auto body shop in Wilmington, IL, for their burns, pain and suffering.
Several businesses have teamed up as part of Project Pay It Forward, a contest giving Park Hills, MO-area community members an opportunity to win a full restoration of an older project vehicle.
Woodbury, MN, City Council approved a permit on June 13 that would allow Heppner's Auto Body to expand its operations.
A U.S. Marine and his family now have a reliable vehicle thanks to LaMettry’s Collision, American Family Insurance, NABC’s Recycled Rides program and local vendor partners.
One St. Louis-area woman can now safely transport the three young children for whom she recently became the caretaker, thanks to CARSTAR Arnold, MO, and the local rotary club.
On June 13, the Metro Vo-Tech Assistance Program (MVTAP) raised $8,000 during its annual golf tournament at Meramec Lakes Golf Course in St. Clair, MO.
The 1932 Ford roadster being raffled by Mid-Plains Community College in North Platte, NE, may be a switch from projects of previous years, but the experience it provided was just as valuable.
The replica Gemini space capsule lifted off from the Armstrong Air and Space Museum the morning of June 5 and set down at Auglaize Auto Body on Auglaize Street in Wapakoneta, OH, to undergo some restoration work.