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
After a devastating fire broke out at Mason Auto Body and Mechanical Shop on Lake Road in Rocky River, OH, early Feb. 12, the owner is left to pick up the pieces.
With an average annual premium of $427, Nebraska motorists pay the ninth-lowest car insurance rates in the country.
Frank Latin doesn’t have to leave work for long to check how construction is going at his business’s soon-to-be new location.
More than three decades after the last train left Michigan Central Station, the building’s ornate interior will soon look as its creators envisioned more than a century ago.
Crash Champions, LLC, announced Feb. 3 the acquisition of nine leading repair shops throughout Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Wisconsin.
Are insurers using current market conditions with fewer claims to lean on shops to be more competitive?
A measure that would protect businesses, churches, schools and other entities from COVID-related lawsuits is quickly moving through the Missouri Senate and could be the first bill Gov. Mike Parson signs this year.