For the tenth consecutive week, the price of gasoline has is on the rise across the country. The national average has increased another 5.9 cents per gallon to a nationwide average of $2.86 per gallon. In Wyoming, despite being consistently below the nation average, we're quickly climbing towards it.
The average price for a gallon of gas in Wyoming fell sharply last week.
Analysts with GasBuddy.com say the average price for regular unleaded fell just over four cents to $3.48 per gallon last week. Meanwhile, the national average fell just over a penny to $3...
While gas prices have been coming down slightly in the last week, a four-month surge on the price of a gallon of gas have the national average standing at almost four dollars a gallon.
Here in Casper, the average price across town for a gallon of regular gas, is at $3.49. For now!
Anyone who has a car and a reason to go somewhere may have experienced a little weight loss this month. It’s not because they’ve been power walking, watching what they eat or doing more activities that don’t involve the use of a Snuggie. It’s because their wallets and purses weigh a lot less.
As Americans prepare to hit the road for the long Memorial Day weekend, one encouraging sign for motorists will be finding lower prices at the gas pump. After reaching record highs earlier this year, AAA's Fuel Gauge Survey shows that gasoline prices have been slowly falling.
Who said gas prices are out of control?
The Torrance Daily Breeze reports a service station in Wilmington, California sold premium gas for the rock-bottom-it-must-be-1992 price of $1.10 a gallon for a four-hour period last Sunday. The gas was supposed to be sold for $4...