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Kenworth spotlights natural gas efforts

Kenworth will be one of the first truck manufacturers to receive the new Cummins ISX12G 12-liter natural gas engine early next year.

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U.S. average diesel price rises for third consecutive week

The national average diesel price soared 8.8 cents to $3.783 a gallon this week.

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Data shows Mexican carrier safety improving

FMCSA has reported Mexican-domiciled commercial vehicles entering the U.S. from 2008-2010 improved safety records over previous years.

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Coast Guard vet, driver trainer named Highway Angel

Kenny Cass has been named a Truckload Carriers Association Highway Angel for his help at the scene of an accident.

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Company to construct CNG stations nationwide

Trillium CNG and AMP Americas have announced a joint venture focused on building a network of CNG stations across the US.

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Sammons Trucking operator found

UPDATE 7/24: Place has been located.    James Place, pictured below with his Sammons Trucking brown Kenworth T660, truck no. 1105 in the fleet, has been missing since Friday, according to the company -- visit the Sammons Facebook page for more information, and call 406-327-2440 with any intel on his whereabouts. He was pulling a flatbed, according to the company. Place's last known delivery point was the Portsmouth, Va., naval yard, according to Sammons.

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Expert to outline workplace issues

Attorney R. Eddie Wayland will discuss employment law during the first day of the Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference in Dallas.

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Report: Lack of infrastructure funding could be costly

Motorists could be the ones footing the bill for growth and infrastructure unless investment is increased, a report says.

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Exavating company wins Cat CT660

Barging and excavating company LPA Inc. was delivered a Caterpillar CT660 dump truck June 13 at a celebration held for the company's victory.

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Court upholds EPA’s greenhouse gas regulations

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has dismissed challenges to recent Environmental Protection Agency greenhouse gas rules.

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