Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
Two Seattle families in need are now on the road to brighter futures thanks to the gift of two newly refurbished vehicles.
Roundup, MT, residents are seeing more trucks, trailers and yard signs bearing the names of roofing contractors these days.
A Hoover High School food service worker has a new, reliable way to get to work, thanks in part to students at a San Diego, CA, high school.
With city ordinances, permits and all of the other paperwork and red tape that go with them, building a collision repair facility from the ground up can be an arduous and sometimes literally impossible task.
An accusation against FH & Sons Auto Body & Paint, a registered auto body shop located in Merced, CA, has been filed before the director of the Department of Consumer Affairs by the chief of the Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR).
A State Circuit Court judge sentenced a former insurance adjuster to a four-year term of deferral for theft charges.
Prestigious Auto Body, located in Goleta and Santa Barbara, CA, has been certified by Assured Performance, a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization for maintaining the right tools, equipment, training and facilities necessary to repair the participating automaker brand vehicles according to the manufacturers' specifications.
With her little ones in tow, Mother Goose made a tour of Mike's Auto Body in San Ramon, CA.
Paint masks and welding torches aren’t the usual school supplies, but for Technical Careers High School senior Lillian Reed in Idaho Falls, ID, they’re what are getting her to college.
The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Office of Consumer Protection on behalf of the state of Hawai‘i recently announced a settlement with Takata Corporation and its U.S. subsidiary, TK Holdings, Inc. (Takata) over the state’s claims that Takata engaged in unlawful practices in connection with the marketing and sale of its dangerous airbags installed in vehicles sold to Hawai‘i consumers.