Gas prices still on the rise in Knoxville

Knoxville (WVLT) - It's not your imagination, those numbers really are rising at the pumps.

A new survey finds the price for gasoline jumped sixteen cents in the past couple weeks to a nationwide average of $3.10.

The cheapest price was in Phoenix, where a gallon of regular cost $2.87 and the highest was Honolulu, at $3.37.

The average around Knoxville is about $3.03.

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  • by Jeff Location: Knoville on Feb 25, 2008 at 12:37 PM
    Why isn't someone or somegroup not doing something about this? Does anyone realize that diesel fuel jumped .30 cents yesterday? It's a matter of days before the price of everything we buy jumps higher and higher...? I'm moving to Mexico!


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