Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Arizona, Utah, Arkansas, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Louisiana
The Louisiana House of Representatives on May 30 approved a bill proposing several changes to how the state’s legal system handles automobile accident claims.
This spring, as a global pandemic promised historic suffering and economic ruin, Texas officials reached for unfamiliar tools.
When news broke that Tesla had announced the finalists for its next Gigafactory, which actually could be called a Terafactory based on the expected cell production output, comparisons between Austin, TX, and Tulsa, OK, were rampant across social media.
Lincoln Educational Services Corporation, a national leader in specialized technical training, including automotive technology, the skilled trades, health care, IT, culinary and cosmetology, announced it has re-opened its Denver, CO, campus and resumed on-site instruction on a limited basis.
As part of Gov. Greg Abbott's attempt to begin reviving the economy, myriad Texas businesses can reopen May 22.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order March 31 that told Texans to stay home in April except for essential activity.
Striving to end hunger in the Phoenix, AZ, community, Camelback Subaru has so far donated 98,094 meals to St. Mary’s Food Bank through Feeding America.
It appears Tesla is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after companies in the U.S., with the electric car maker’s speculated move to Texas receiving a vote of support from Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price, who made a pitch to CEO Elon Musk requesting his company’s presence in the Lone Star State.
A few days after Easter, the police department in Lubbock received a call from a concerned employee of a car dealership on the southwest side of the West Texas town.
Tesla may be in conflict with Alameda County, CA, health officials, but it doesn’t mean that other areas in the U.S. are not willing to host the electric car maker.