Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
Louisiana will shift into a less restrictive set of rules to help control the spread of COVID-19 after the current executive order expires March 3, Gov. John Bel Edwards said March 2.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced March 2 he will end Texas' statewide mask mandate next week and will allow all businesses to operate at full capacity.
A large white banner with the words "Satisfaction Guaranteed" in bright red letters hangs in the middle of Superior Body & Paint Shop on Dyer Street in El Paso, TX.
GEICO, a longtime supporter of the NABC Recycled Rides program, achieved a major milestone recently, as its Arizona office representing customers in the Southwest and Pacific NW donated its 100th vehicle to the initiative.
With Winter Storm Uri leaving millions of Texans without power or water, North Texas-based Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) has pledged $1 million in relief for storm victims.
The USAA Foundation, Inc. has announced a $350,000 commitment to help Texas residents recover from February's historic winter storm.
Gilbert Anchondo, a veteran of the collision repair industry who lost his son and daughter-in-law in a mass shooting in 2019, passed away unexpectedly Feb. 17, his family said.
The Boyd Group Inc. announced the acquisition of a collision repair center in Amarillo, TX.
“Mother Nature is going to do what Mother Nature wants to do,” said Jim Ricci, Vitro business development manager, US ARG, of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, TX, area, on Feb. 23 as he recalled the previous week’s snowstorm. “Until it happens you can’t anticipate how you’re going to react to the situation. None of us lost communication with each other and that was good."
Just like we saw over the summer of 2020 when car thieves used riots to loot Hellcats and all kinds of other cars, thieves once again proved how opportunistic they are.