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Tonight: Chat with ex-IRT bad boy Dave Redmon

Sign up for a free live chat session with Dave Redmon, who was fired from the "Ice Road Truckers" TV series.

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Redmon fired from one IRT show, quits other

Ice Road Trucker Dave Redmon said in an interview with Truckers News the show’s production crew fabricates scenes and “went out of their way” to make him look bad.

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Redmon: ‘Ice Road’ firing was scripted

The Riverside, Ala., native said the show cited his perceived inability to be a “team player” as its justification.

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Truckers lobbied to support National Pork Rind Day

This wouldn't be the salty snack's first appearance on the Channel 19 blog. For that, we'd have to go back to August 2010, when a driver choked on one and his rig left the roadway -- and didn't spur mainstream media calls for a ban on eating behind the wheel. All the same, Ohio-based Rudolph Foods, makers of the pork rinds pictured here, spent all day Sept. 14 giving out bags of its barbecue, spicy and ...

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Tonight! Live video chat with ‘Ice Road’ star

"Ice Road Truckers" star Maya Sieber will join Truckers News for a live chat and video session Sept. 22 at 9 p.m. EST.

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Aug. 27: Chill with an Ice Road Trucker

Ice Road Trucker Maya Sieber will be available for photos and autographs at the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas.

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Plugged In

In an era of idling prohibitions and $4 fuel, the power switch is back on for truck stop electrification.

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‘Ice Road’ star to appear at GATS

Maya Sieber and “Deadliest Catch” fisherman Edgar Hansen will appear at the Great American Trucking Show.

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Roadside Attractions

An outlaw is riding into cowboy country, there's a new dame on the Dalton, tornadoes take down some rigs, truckers say not to human freight and other industry news items are featured.

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Get your Ice Road Truckers DVDs while the roads remain

Yes, it was only a matter of time, I'd say, before a newspaper in the Great White North did a long feature on the potential impact melting sea ice in the Arctic and changing climate patterns due south of it could have on an important part of the Canadian economy -- and our own television viewing. The Globe and Mail, Canada's newspaper of record, in late May published a wide-ranging feature on global warming's impact on ...

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