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
Doug and Tamara Pike didn't believe their decades-old business would garner widespread national recognition, but the couple quickly realized that was not the case.
A Johnson County, Iowa, nonprofit received a donation on Thursday, Aug. 22 that staff says "changes the way" they can help people.
When Stephanie M. of Detroit was diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time, it’s fair to say that the way she was going to travel around town wasn’t the primary thing on her mind.
Ralph Burwell, school resource officer for Galion, Ohio, City Schools, is equipped to patrol the school campus this year.
Magna celebrated the opening of a new electronics manufacturing facility today in Grand Blanc Township, MI.
In his 20 years of service to our nation, Sgt. William Draheim has endured some tough times.
Tom LeClair can finally say goodbye to those $72-a-day Uber bills.
A judge has sentenced a woman accused of stealing thousands of dollars from Vigo County, IN, auto shop.
The first steel column in the new paint shop for the new $1.6-billion assembly plant that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. is building on Detroit’s east side has been put in place, and FCA officials are vowing the factory will be ready to build vehicles by the end of 2020.