Gas prices are down in the Denver metro area between three and four cents from a week ago. That’s the good news. The bad news is it’s a double-edged sword. Gas prices are down, but so is the economy.
Forget $4 a gallon for gas — at least for now. After 44 days of consecutive price hikes, the price of a barrel of oil dropped again Friday, settling at just above $97.
They’re here — $4 gas prices have come to Colorado.
Right now the average price for a gallon of regular, unleaded gas in the nation is $3.11. In Colorado the average price is $2.93.
A survey found that in the first week of April Americans used nearly 4 percent less gas than the same time last year. In Colorado gas shot up nearly 10 cents in the past week.
Researchers at the Air Force Academy say they’ve made a breakthrough in their attempts to generate electricity using the power of the ocean.
Gas prices went up again overnight in Colorado but AAA says the state has some of the least expensive gas in the country.
Nobody escapes the pain at the pump. One expert says to blame the price spike on turmoil in the Middle East and the fear of a domino effect.