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FTR: Truck orders likely to fall

Heavy truck demand for 2010 is likely to slow after 2007 engine inventory is exhausted.

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EPA: Emissions part of health risk

The EPA’s decision comes amid contention scientists may have manipulated global warming data.

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NY extends comment time on truck route plans

Draft regulations would bar large trucks from seven Finger Lake roadways.

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Trucking job losses slow

Payroll employment among for-hire trucking companies in November dropped 0.2 percent.

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Penn. inspects trucks, plans more enforcements

State troopers placed 21 trucks and 20 drivers out of service during a five-day enforcement blitz of trucks in November.

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Fed committee to meet on hours of service

The agency is gathering information and recommendations to provide advice on new hours requirements.

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Truckers participate in holiday parades to raise funds

Trucks are the stars of some holiday parades, where truckers decorate their vehicles in Christmas lights.

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December Trucker of the Month Leonard Bower

Leonard Bower has been an owner-operator for 29 years and hauls steel.

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Cummins to lay off 400

The temporary job losses will be at the company's heavy duty engine plant in western New York.

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