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Wreaths Across America, TCA join forces to honor fallen heroes

Wreaths Across America and the Truckload Carriers Association announced at The Great American Trucking Show in Dallas on Aug. 23 a new partnership to honor America's fallen heroes.

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VIDEO: Live chat with ‘Shipping Wars’ star Jennifer Brennan

Shipping Wars star Jennifer Brennan will be the featured guest for this month’s Overdrive Celebrity Series.

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‘Sputter’ hits higher gear in new book

Jeanne Marie Laskas profiles driver Shannon "Sputter" Smith in new book, "Hidden America."

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Longtime Overdrive Trucking News personality passes

The broadcast world and the trucking community lost a pioneer and innovator Thursday, Aug. 9, with the passing of Larry Shannon.

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Pilot Flying J CEO buys NFL team in rival’s backyard

Jimmy Haslam, CEO of Pilot Flying J, bought the Cleveland Browns — TA's headquarter city.

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Pay to play on the ice roads of Alaska

Alaska company capitalizes on popularity of Ice Road Truckers reality show with tour packages.

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Tonight: Keeping up with driver pay

Gordon Klemp will present the latest trends in compensation for owner-operators and company drivers in this free webinar.

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Lindsay Lawler to mix old and new on trucking radio show

Country singer/songwriter Lindsay Lawler is hosting a new trucking Internet radio show.

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‘Shipping Wars’ star thrives on challenge

When the producers of A&E network’s “Shipping Wars” went shopping for colorful characters with strong personalities, Jennifer Brennan was a shoe-in. “They were looking for someone who wouldn’t take crap from anyone,” Brennan says. The petite, 30-year-old goods transporter attributes her always-stand-your-ground attitude to her Southern roots. “I was born in Texas and spent a lot of my summers with family in Alabama. I’m a type A personality. I believe what is right is right and ...

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OOIDA challenging Minnesota out-of-service criteria

OOIDA is taking on Minnesota troopers and CVSA over amendment that allows out-of-service orders for fatigue based on reasonable suspicion.

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