Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
On July 17, Texas Watch, a non-profit consumer advocacy organization, contacted the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI), asking for copies of all public documents and information related to “prevailing rate” policy language.
A local Arizona woman, who is accused of embezzling more than $400,000 from Dick's Auto Rebuilders body shop and nearly causing it to go out of business, was sentenced to one year in jail on a work furlough.
Caliber Collision, the country’s largest collision repair company in the United States, announced that it has acquired Herb’s Paint & Body across the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The Universal Technical Institute Drags event at the Texas Motor Speedway is a celebration of cars that are incredibly quick off the line and dominating in a straight line.
A local woman who is accused of embezzling more than $400,000 from a well-known local auto body company in Yuma, AZ, and nearly causing it to go out of business appeared in court for her sentencing Wednesday, July 24, but instead moved the appearance to an aggravation mitigation hearing following the victim's statement made in court.
Just after 9 a.m., the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) and the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office executed a search warrant on Eagle Customs and Eagle Tire and Lube on FM 1485 in New Caney, Texas.
At their July 15 public meeting, the Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation voted to revoke a Houston company’s vehicle storage facility (VSF) license because of its dishonest and fraudulent conduct.
The largest training conference in the country, the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Instructor Training Conference, is off to a great start at the Embassy Suites in Frisco, Texas.
Auto insurance rates are dropping across Louisiana, a recent announcement from the insurance commissioner states, but the decreases are unrelated to the need for reform.
The big hunk of metal in the garage that’s transportation for many, an investment for some and a baby for others is all of those things to Joseph “Joey” Barry, a Doherty High School senior.