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
The Missouri Legislature closed its session without a floor vote on House Bill (HB) 1444.
Alpena Community College in Alpena, MI, has decided to suspend its auto body program in order to restructure. The change was discussed at the board of trustees meeting on May 16.
Belle Tire has agreed to pay $342,926 in back wages to 1,207 employees at 100 locations in Michigan, Indiana and Ohio after a U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Wage and Hour Division (WHD) investigation, according to a press release from the DOL.
Several area businesses are teaming up to make one person’s dream come true by fully restoring an older model vehicle free of charge.
A new coat of paint and some body work won't help Slim-N-Hank's Body Shop's current location in Sterling, IL, so it's moving into a larger, newer building.
A Minneapolis, MN, man is the latest to be convicted in a highly sophisticated, multi-million dollar auto insurance scam involving a number of Twin Cities chiropractic clinics.
Steven Ignacek said he runs his auto shop on principles of honesty, integrity, comfort and relationship-building above all else.
A man who was seriously burned when a car caught fire at a Springfield Township, OH, body shop in April has died from his injuries.