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That's an increase of 12 cents in the past week and 42 cents in the past month.
The national average for a gallon of gasoline is slowly dropping, but in Buffalo the average continues to climb.
It is true, we are paying some of the highest prices in the nation to fill up our tanks.
A sharp rise in gasoline costs drove up wholesale prices last month by the most in more than three years. But outside energy and food, price gains were mild.
The run up to Labor Day usually brings us break from work and high gas prices. But not this year. Some stations in Buffalo about to hit the dreaded $4.00 mark.
Normally there's no pain at the pump this time of year. During August gas prices normally go down.
AAA is questioning gas prices in Western New York. They're saying prices here are nine to 16 cents higher than neighboring markets like Rochester, Syracuse and Albany.
After a spike in gas prices during the winter many experts are now re-thinking their forecast.
The average U.S. price of a gallon of gasoline has dropped a nickel over the past two weeks.
When you fill up at the gas station, New York has all sorts of taxes with all sorts of names.
The prices of crude oil have gone down significantly, after a government report showed a larger than expected increase in U.S. crude supplies. However, even though the price of oil has dropped, that does not suggest an instant change in gasoline prices.
The price of a gallon of gasoline has jumped 11 cents over the past two weeks.
Dozens of lawmakers are questioning whether Wall Street banks are pushing the price you pay at the pump higher, so they can profit on bets that they make on future prices of gas.
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Congressional Republicans and Democrats are again battling over rising gas prices.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says there are no easy answers or quick fixes when it comes to getting control of ever-rising gas prices.
Since Sunoco announced plans to get out of the oil refining business there has been plenty of concern about the impact on Western New York.
With gas prices topping four dollars a gallon these days, filling up at the pump is definitely hurting people's wallets.
Floods and droughts around the world are causing costs of grains, fruits and vegetables to spike, but across the board- it's rising fuel costs that are really having an impact.
The gas tax for motorists in New York State is the highest in the nation.
Experts have been warning of record-high gas prices by the summer, but a sharp increase could be just a few days away.
Some experts fear that drivers in Western New York are on pace to endure record-high prices at the pump. According to A.A.A., the region's highest ever average was $4.27 in July of 2008.
Something experts have been warning about for the past week is here. A big jump in the price at the pump can be seen throughout Western New York.
One expert says pols need to do more than posture, in the face of current forces driving up pump prices.
A national Web site that analyzes fuel prices predicts gasoline could hit $4.50 a gallon in Buffalo this summer.
As if the pain at the pump weren't bad enough in 2011, experts warn 2012 could be even worse when it comes to gas prices.