Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
Albert Davis and his brothers own and operate Davis Brothers Auto Parts in Rosenberg, Texas, but his daughter can show him a thing or two about fixing cars.
Texas State Technical College's Auto Collision and Management Technology program celebrated the end of the fall semester at its barbecue on Thursday, Dec. 5.
Lucid Motors, together with Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, the Arizona Commerce Authority, and local officials, celebrate the start of construction of its electric vehicle manufacturing facility in Casa Grande, AZ.
Rim Country, AZ, residents have a new option for auto body repair, paint, windshield replacement and more.
If you're trapped in a vehicle that's quickly filling up with water, breaking a window to escape might be much tougher than you think.
Lakist Clemons-Fowler made sure everyone around her on Tuesday, Nov. 26, knew she was crying tears of joy.
At the 2019 Maaco Convention in Boca Raton, FL, Maaco Auto Painting and Collision Repair recognized top North American franchisees who exemplified the “breakthrough” convention theme with awards for top performance, including outstanding sales, operational excellence, leadership, growth and overall performance.
A representative of the Ford Motor Company came to Parker High School in Parker, AZ, on Nov. 8 to offer his company’s congratulations to Lee Hibl’s body shop students.
The auto repair lab at Thornton, CO’s, Bollman Technical Center, with numerous bays and lifts and brand-new sets of tools, is the envy of professional shops, according to the school’s students.
Not all the 900 jobs at the new AW Texas plant in Cibolo will require college degrees, but workers with specific skills will be in demand by the time it begins operation in 2021.