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A coronavirus timeline: How we got here

Land Line Media provides a timeline of the events related to the coronavirus dating back to Dec. 31, when the first reports came out of China.

Crime & Courts, News

Ninth Circuit hears oral arguments on California break law preemption

The Ninth Circuit heard oral arguments over whether or not the FMCSA had the authority to preempt California’s break laws.

News, State

Michigan urges ‘vigilance’ after dead spotted lanternfly cases identified

Freight carriers, warehouse workers and delivery drivers should be on the lookout for spotted lanternfly in Michigan, the state warns.


PennDOT approved to install tolls on major bridges

PennDOT received approval to consider tolls for its Major Bridge P3 project, potentially costing motorists more money to drive in the state.

Crime & Courts

Coca-Cola escapes six-figure jury award increase in crash case

A New York state appeals court has taken Coca-Cola off the hook for hundreds of thousands of dollars in a truck crash lawsuit.

Fuel prices, News

Diesel prices jump nearly 6 cents, according to EIA report

For the second straight week, diesel prices saw a significant increase nationally, according to federal and industry reports.

Federal, News, State

FMCSA determines that Washington’s break rules are preempted

FMCSA has determined that Washington’s meal and rest break rules are preempted by federal law, similar to a 2018 California decision.

News, State

Texas bill pursues more revenue from electric vehicles and hybrids

A new bill in Texas that could soon come up for consideration pursues additional road revenue from owners of electric vehicles and hybrids.


OOIDA’s tour trailer stops in North Little Rock, Ark.

Jon Osburn, skipper of OOIDA’s tour trailer, next stops in North Little Rock, Ark. He’d like to hear your perspective on issues.


OOIDA Board of Directors holds biennial election

The OOIDA Board of Directors held its biennial election at its fall board meeting for the eight members with expiring terms.

Crime & Courts, News

Prime truckers eligible for $28M settlement have until Dec. 7

Former and current New Prime truck drivers and trainees have a few weeks remaining to claim their portion of a $28 million settlement.