Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
The hail storm that happened on Sunday, Aug. 11 has kept insurance companies and repair shops busy.
A delay in General Motors Co.'s deployment of its self-driving vehicles is fueling increased skepticism that self-driving cars are not ready to ply America’s roads.
Lilliana Anderson will receive keys to a 2014 Toyota Sienna from Caliber Collision as part of a national community service program to repair and donate vehicles to individuals in need of reliable transportation.
A Navy veteran and his partner were honored with a newly restored car during a special presentation at the Hot August Nights Awards presentation in Virginia City, NV, on Saturday, Aug. 3.
Ford, Volkswagen, BMW and Honda have reached a deal with California to increase gas mileage standards and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, creating a template for a national standard, a longtime auto industry goal.
Few stories are as heartwarming as seeing an animal return to its natural habitat.
For the last five years, Chappelle’s Towing has partnered with Jacobus Carstar in Vancouver, WA, and other local businesses to donate a quality used vehicle to one resident of Clark County, WA, to give them greater freedom and help them better serve their community.
A barrage of gunfire was heard after San Bernardino County, CA, sheriff’s deputies opened fire on a suspect who attempted to ram deputies with his SUV on Wednesday, July 17.