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 CARSTAR Omaha locations helped make the upcoming holiday season special for one community organization this year, presenting the keys to a minivan to a Salvation Army chaplain during its annual Tree of Lights Kickoff in Omaha.
At CARSTAR Wally’s Auto Body, there’s a slightly prehistoric approach at the shop---not in the way it repairs vehicles, but in the form of the mascot that graces the front of the location and welcomes customers.
Paducah resident Brandon Gossett is the first student at West Kentucky Community and Technical College (WKCTC) to receive I-CAR Pro Level 1 certification in painting and refinishing.
Right after she received the phone call from Dan Jones at Minnesota Valley Action Council with the news that she'd just won a refurbished car, Shannon Pierce retold the announcement to her children.
Aleris recently announced the opening of its aluminum automotive body sheet production facility in Lewisport, KY.
CARSTAR Auto Body Repair Experts welcomes CARSTAR Wyatt’s Collision Repair at 321 East 1st St., in Gibson City, IL, owned by Ken Wyatt, to the CARSTAR family.
CARSTAR 76, located in Grand Rapids, MI, found a new way to connect with its local community this fall–helping a local family set sail in a CARSTAR-branded kayak.
Mark Battenfield of Battman Collision Repair in Sand Springs, OK, has his hands full these days with never-ending collision repair work.
Experts say a loophole in Minnesota’s vehicle titling law allows dangerous cars to be sold to unsuspecting buyers. And with a surge of flooded cars from hurricane-ravaged Florida and Texas about to hit the resale market, the problem could get worse.
If you are looking for an auto shop to fix your car, you might want to check out West Michigan Collision.
The driver of a semi truck lost control of the vehicle Oct. 15 and crashed into a car repair shop in Cicero, IL.
Claudette Larrieu’s accessible van means freedom for the Eagan, MN, resident.