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More pain at the pump for Okla. drivers

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Many drivers are reporting more pain at the pump.

According to, average retail gasoline prices in Oklahoma City have gone up 9 cents per gallon in the past week.

Wednesday, the state average sits a $3.53 a gallon.

That’s a bit less than the national average which is about $3.61 per gallon.

While you might have noticed the increase, reports prices here in Oklahoma are about 10 cents lower right now than they were in September 2012.