Gas prices are heading back down again, according to the Lundberg survey.
Around the country, the price for a gallon of gas has been on the rise for the last few weeks.
Gas prices are going up this week to a national average of $2.20 a gallon, according to the Lundberg survey.
Gas prices are now averaging just over $2 a gallon, the cheapest since 2009. Will that change now that Saudi Arabia, the world's second largest producer of crude oil, has a new leader?
While drivers are rejoicing because of low gas prices, the negatives effects are starting to show.
Texas Alliance of Energy Producers officials say the oil and gas industry is currently experiencing low prices, which is both good and bad for the economy.
Gas prices have been dropping since early August, just in time for drivers who are traveling for the Labor Day holiday.
First Baptist of Marlow spent Saturday giving back to the community with it's annual gas buydown project.
AAA says the cost of celebrating our independence this coming weekend is going to be higher, mainly because of our dependence.
Analysts say the conflict in Iraq and summer vacation travel are fueling driver frustrations when they pull up to gas pumps.
Experts say the cost of fuel should soon go down.
Spike in gas prices angers drivers.
For local businesses, it's all about the bottom line, and if they can find ways to creatively get around the higher prices, they'll do just that.
Gas prices are on the rise...again.
With the gas prices starting to increase again, any way to cut fuel costs is helpful.
Gas prices rose over the past three weeks for the first time since October.
Experts say the cost of gas will likely increase by 35-cents per gallon before going back down.
According to a new report, Americans could spend $552-million at the gas pump this Thanksgiving holiday!
Gas prices are on the decline, and they could be getting better in the coming months.
Hurricane Isaac's impact may soon be felt in your pockets next time you fill up at the pump.