Gas Prices Continue To Drop During Labor Day WeekendThere's good news for those of you who decided to hit the road this Labor Day! The average gasoline prices are at their lowest point in 11 years for a Labor Day weekend.
4 Things To Know: Mary Pawlenty, Cheap Gas & MoreHere's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, Sept. 6, 2015.
Great Lakes Gas Prices Jump After Partial Refinery ShutdownOil and gas industry watchers said Wednesday prices at the pump have jumped across the Great Lakes region because of the unexpected, partial shutdown of a large Indiana oil refinery, and those increases could continue.
Gas Prices Should Continue Falling, Experts SayDrivers taking that summer road trip can expect to see even more savings at the pump in the coming weeks.
Good Questions: Golf Terms, Seasonal Gas, Leggy LettermanEvery Friday, we tackle a bunch of viewers’ burning questions. This week, Heather Brown explores golf terms, summer gas and the David Letterman show.
Gas Prices May Drop Again In Summer 2015Gas prices usually go up in the summer. But AAA said prices could actually drop this year. AAA said as long as there are no unexpected refinery problems or major conflicts in the Middle East, gas prices will go down.
Gas Prices Are On The RiseAfter gas dipped below $2 last month, prices have begun to rise. Statewide Monday morning, Minnesotans are paying $0.17 more than we were one week ago. The average now sits at $2.41 a gallon. A month ago, it was $1.99.
N. Dakota Gas Prices Continue Decline But Rise Expected SoonThe average retail price of a gallon of gasoline in North Dakota has dropped further below $2, but prices are expected to start going in the opposite direction soon.
Dayton Acknowledges Haul From Gas-Tax Plan Is UnpredictableCheap gas prices could put a dent in Gov. Mark Dayton's forthcoming proposal to tack a new sales tax on fuel purchases.
Talking Points: Will Gas Prices Continue To Fall?Sticker shock at the pump continues in the Twin Cities and around the nation. And for motorists filling up, it's the good kind of shock.
Businesses' Surcharge Fees Drop With Gas PricesMinnesotans are starting 2015 with the cheapest gas prices we've seen in five years. According to AAA, the average price for a gallon of gas in the Twin Cities is $2.03. That's 14-cents cheaper than a week ago, and far cheaper than the $3.24 we were paying last January.
Good Question: Why Has The Cost Of Diesel Not Dropped?The cost to fill up at gas stations keeps going down. In the Twin Cities on Tuesday night, a gallon of regular was just $2.14 on average. But for drivers using diesel it's considerably more: $3.30 a gallon.