Gas prices on the rise, Oklahoma still has some of lowest in the nation
OKLAHOMA CITY – Gas prices are continuing to rise Monday.
Over the last two weeks the price of a gallon of regular is up 3 cents to $3.27.
After nine weeks of decline, prices are now up 6 cents over the last month.
The good news is it is 10 cents cheaper than this time last year.
The lowest prices are reported in Tulsa, Oklahoma while the highest are in Los Angeles.
The state average is $2.91 but Oklahoma City is a few cents higher at $2.94.
The lowest price we found in the metro was $2.68 at the Big C Neighborhood Market on Penn. and S.W. 51st St.
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