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
Michigan Senate Republicans on Jan. 15 introduced a statement bill signaling intent to reform the state’s no-fault auto insurance reform law, using their first proposal of the two-year session to renew calls to reduce rates.
For the last year and a half of his service in the Navy, Ronald L. Koeller was in charge of transferring oil from one ship to another, from tank to tank on his ship and the ballasting of the ship. He was known as the “Oil King.”
Lefler Collision & Glass Repair Centers Chief Marketing Officer Megan Williams oversees all marketing efforts of the 66-year-old MSO, which has three locations in Indiana and one in Kentucky.
Chicago, it seems, is the city of fender benders. In 2011, more than 280,000 accidents occurred in the state of Illinois, which breaks down to more than 770 accidents every single day.
In December 2018, State Farm agreed to pay $250 million to settle an ongoing lawsuit in Illinois. The auto insurance company originally agreed to pay millions to end the Halve v. State Farm case in lieu of continuing with court proceedings.
Thirty-five children from Hardin, KY, and Meade, KY, counties are riding around on new-to-them bicycles thanks to Glenn’s Auto Body in Radcliff, KY.
Recognition of one girl’s academic success can be seen by those entering Donovan, IL.
We all spot deer on the roads and highways. A Tama County, IA, woman's death shows just how dangerous crashing into a deer can be.
A Steubenville, OH, family-owned business has broken ground on a new project that is leading to new employees and new opportunities.