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
General Motors is using salaried employees to help build pickups at its Wentzville Assembly plant near St. Louis due to high absenteeism amid the coronavirus pandemic.
After two nights of rioting, Wisconsin's governor is drawing a line between protesters and the people who are looting and burning buildings in Kenosha.
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A third of classes this fall at Northeast Community College in Norfolk, NE, are being offered in person.
U.S. Army veteran Vance Walczak took a walk with family after he returned home from a yearlong tour of duty in Kuwait, Iraq and Saudi Arabia.
Bollinger Motors has moved its headquarters to a larger facility in Oak Park, MI, to accommodate the rapid company-wide personnel expansion as it ramps up toward production.
President Donald Trump approved a major federal disaster declaration for Iowa on Aug. 17, less than 24 hours after Gov. Kim Reynolds sent him a request that detailed nearly $4 billion needed to assist with recovery from last week's derecho.
Key Choice Collision Centers is opening its doors for potential new partners in the Midwest region for the first time in the network’s 13-year history.
Five months ago, as the coronavirus pandemic surged across the nation, the urgency to build more critical care ventilators swelled to meet a shortage of the life saving machines.