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1HomePageMap small mw 0816Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin

Hundreds of thousands of Illinoisans could be gearing up to go back to work as consumers will be able to dine in at restaurants, go to movie theaters and workout indoors at gyms starting June 26.

Beginning July 2, uninsured drivers in Michigan can get insurance coverage without facing penalties during an 18-month amnesty period, state insurance regulators said.

Timothy C. Ashley, 59, of Cambria, WI, owner and operator of AC Auto Body in Cambria, is facing criminal tax charges for filing fraudulent income tax returns and failing to collect, report and remit Wisconsin sales tax on some business transactions.

More than 225 cars circled neighborhoods June 16 in Hudsonville, MI, as part of an event honoring first responders who have been on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic.

When he was young, Chris Walker’s love of cars got him in trouble with his mother.

UAW Local 2250 President Glenn Kage knows exactly when he will go to General Motors for a "serious conversation" about shutting down the Wentzville Assembly plant for 14 days because of workers with coronavirus.

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