Prices rose more than a dime-per-gallon Tuesday as the hurricane slammed the Gulf of Mexico.
The impact of the drought is being felt right now by corn farmers, but the impact on your wallet is coming.
Crude oil, which accounts for 2/3 of fuel price, now below $80/gallon.
Dramatic 14-cent per gallon decline over last seven days.
Expert: St. Louis prices dropping three times faster than national average.
API: Keystone XL would pump 800,000 barrels of oil a day into US.
State officials around the country are looking for ways to give consumers a break from rising gas prices.
Promises to put more Americans to work, lower gas prices by drilling more.
Local fuel prices in rare place — higher than national average.
Gas station owners fight back with cameras, pre-pay pumps.