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
Vice President Mike Pence said a new North American trade treaty is “absolutely essential” to keep Michigan automotive manufacturers competitive.
Even though Senate Republicans have taken Governor Gretchen Whitmer's proposed gas tax hike off the table during budget talks, lawmakers say they want to tackle Michigan's high auto insurance rates first.
On April 4 and 5, SkillsUSA Missouri’s State Leadership & Skills Conference was held on the campus of the State Technical College of Missouri.
Southwestern Community College students in Osceola, IA, came home with a third-place finish in the Summit Racing Pedal Car Challenge at the World of Wheels Car Show in Omaha, NE, from March 15--17, 2019.
The Michigan Department of State suspended the registration of Detroit auto repair facility Livernois Collision, 14900 Livernois Ave., after the facility failed to comply with requests by regulation agents to inspect dealership records.
ABRA Auto Body Repair of America locations in Lake County, IL, are launching the Rhythm Restoration Food Drive now through May 10.
By its second three-two vote of the evening, Maysville, KY, City Commission upheld a recommendation April 11 from the Mason County Joint Planning Commission (JPC) regarding auto body shops in residential areas.
April 1 might have been April Fool’s Day, but Kim Barks, owner of Complete Car and RV Repair in St. Charles, MO, wasn’t joking around when she hosted a meeting for a troop of nearly a dozen Girl Scouts to teach them some basic car care tips.
Justin and Leigh Mings of St. Libory, NE, are the new owners of B & G Body Shop in Albion, NE.
Nicolet College students in the automotive technician program now have two additional vehicles to work on and advance their skills, thanks to a recent donation by State Farm Insurance.