Don’t blame Hurricane Matthew.
Bottlenecks and backups were already happening across Northeast Wisconsin Friday afternoon.
Trucking the fuel from Milwaukee to Green Bay costs more, and that means more money out of our pockets at the pump.
AAA says the increase at the pump is due to high demand during summer travel season and a partial shutdown of the West Shore pipeline betwee…
AAA predicts more than 38 million drivers will hit highways this holiday weekend, the second highest on record.
Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg said Sunday that the hike is mostly due to a continuing increase in crude oil prices.
The order waives limits on hours fuel tanker drivers can be on the road while a pipeline between Milwaukee and Green Bay is shut down.
Reformulated gas, seasonal blends, ethanol, taxes, and Wisconsin’s minimum markup law influence prices.
A GasBuddy.com analyst says 99-cent gas is a possibility (for some) in the Great Lakes region
Gas prices are plunging as supplies are rising. How does $1.49 for Christmas sound?
GasBuddy.com predicts prices could rise 10 to 30 cents a gallon in a week.
Some drivers may see gas prices rise 10-30 cents.
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Averages jumped overnight in the Eau Claire, Green Bay, La Crosse, Milwaukee and Madison regions.
It’s hard not to notice the sudden rise. Our Action 2 News GasTracker partner says blame the refineries.
AAA says drivers are on target to pay the lowest prices for gas during a summer season since 2009.
Door County is a destination for many on this holiday weekend, the unofficial start of summer.
The most affordable gas prices since 2005 is expected this summer, according to GasBuddy.com.
Drivers will see the lowest summer gasoline prices in about 6 years, according to the Energy Department.
Our gas prices expert told us which states may see $3 per gallon this summer. But overall, gas will still be more affordable than it was in …
Vendors at the WBAY RV & Camping Expo say interest is higher this year thanks to the economy and lower gas prices.
GasBudy predicts motorists could save $95 billion this year — or about $450 for every driver in America.
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