Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
Nevada has become the first state to ban employers from refusing to hire those who fail a marijuana test.
Los Angeles firefighters responded to a report of a burning auto at a Mission Hills, CA, body shop early on Wednesday, June 26, only to find the flaming vehicle behind a locked security gate.
World-famous American Auto Executive, Lee Iacocca, passed away in his Bel Air home in California due to complications with Parkinson's, according to his daughter Lia Iacocca Assad.
Cats, as we know, can be a little persnickety, but felines from all over the North Bay Area would have undoubtedly purred when they saw a cat tower created out of a children’s toy vehicle by Regal Collision and their crew in Vallejo, CA, for a pet fundraiser.
On June 12, AkzoNobel conducted a three-day Sikkens Autowave training seminar at Contra Costa College (CCC) in San Pablo, CA.
On June 20-21, the Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) hosted its semi-annual Regional Meet-up in conjunction with CAWA’s Leadership Conference in Goleta, CA.
On August 11, 2008, Michael Mazik, 24, was involved in a serious automobile accident on a highway in Riverside County.
Mike's Auto Body's nationally recognized Benevolence Program has given away 81 vehicles to deserving individuals, families and non-profit organizations over the past 19 years.
Tripp’s Auto Body Shop had just purchased a new location on Freeman Lane in Grass Valley, CA, with plans to expand when disaster struck in the form of a giant sinkhole in January 2017.
Fix Auto USA announces continued expansion in Northern California with the addition of its newest franchise location, Fix Auto San Francisco—Eddy Street (San Francisco, CA), making this the 29th location in the region.