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AVERITT DONATES $200,000 TO ST. JUDE Averitt Express employees donated $200,000 to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital durin...

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A taste of Texas tea

The old pumping unit in front of the science and planetarium building at Fair Park in Dallas has seen its share of the "black gold" fr...

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New products

Multimedia player SysOnChip's Looket P20, a slim portable multimedia player, offers MP3, FM radio, movies, digital images and ...

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Keeping the faith

"EVEN AS I GET DOWN THE ROAD, I STILL CAN THINK AND MEDITATE ON WHAT I HEARD." - TOM SCOTT, WHO ATTENDS TRUCK STOP CHAPEL SERVICES...

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When Dwight saw the light

Unlike me, truck driver Rich Kuhlstein, 64, remembers travel before the interstate. "There was so much stop-and-go driving, everywhere...

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Motown mainstay

The 2007 Series 60's appearance is not very different from that of earlier models. When Detroit Diesel offered a cha...

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This plot is fictional — so far

THIS PLOT IS FICTIONAL - SO FAR In John Updike's scary new novel, Terrorist, a New Jersey teenager and devo...

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Shift into shape

Americans' love for super-sizing our fries (and consequently our thighs) is taking its toll: 300,000 people die each year from obesity...

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Tipping The Scales: Time To Trade In And Trade Up With Cummins ISX15 SmartAdvantage.

Letters to the editor

ATA OVERSTEPS ITS BOUNDS BY SUPPORTING SPEED GOVERNORS The American Trucking Associations' petition to install speed limiters ...

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Blessing in disguise?

Truckers often ask: "If there's really a driver shortage, why are the shelves at Wal-Mart fully stocked?" Good question. For many sh...

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