Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
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.
The court battle between Toyota and California dealership owner Roger Hogan has ended with a Santa Ana jury finding the automaker liable for $15.8 million for interfering with the contract between Hogan and Toyota.
Unlike India, where the cars are transported on long-haul specially-made trucks or by driving them down to the respective locations, a lot of countries, especially the United States transport the cars using special goods transfer trains with a lot of coaches.
It’s common for communities to use zoning codes to exclude commercial and industrial uses from residential areas, but Sacramento County, CA, seems extra-zealous about making sure that residents don’t try to operate auto repair businesses amid homes.
California experienced two earthquakes over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
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.