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
A car fire inside a Jasper County, MO, auto body shop injuries two people.
A former auto repair shop along Keosauqua Way in Des Moines, Iowa, will soon be home to Inner Space, a place that helps people optimize their mind, body and energy.
Forty years ago, Doug Keller stood in front of the white stone building on Main Street in Eustis, NE, and wondered what he had just gotten himself into.
A late-night break-in resulted in two cars being stolen from a service bay at a local car dealership.
Myah Casey will have you know that she did not crash the car—she merely rolled it over.
On Thursday, July 11, St. PJ Supply Inc. and the Nebraska Auto Body Association (NABA) hosted an estimating roundtable from 4 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at the Seward Lied Senior Center in Seward, NE.
On July 11, the St. Louis I-CAR Committee gathered to discuss the group’s goals and their upcoming job fair.
United Auto Workers are set to begin negotiations with the big three domestic automakers.
Ranken Technical College in St. Louis has dedicated a section of its automotive training facility to JM&A Group and its parent company, South Florida-based JM Family Enterprises, in recognition of the company’s efforts to prepare students for successful careers in automotive technology.