An offer to get a free $50 gas card in exchange for turning in a gun unleashed an overwhelming response in Sacramento over the weekend.
Experts say the price jump comes amid higher crude oil costs and tight gasoline supplies.
Arizona's drivers are paying more for gas, once again, as the cost has fluctuated up and down in the last year or so.
Inflation is showing no signs of letting up at the pump as gas prices hit a new record with the average price per gallon now sitting at $4.58.
It's getting downright ugly at the gas pump. The average price of gas in Phoenix is now over $5 a gallon and Arizona is about 30 cents above the national average. Dennis Hoffman, an economics professor at ASU, has more on why our state is one of the most expensive spots in the country to buy gas.
Gas prices in California hit a new average record of $6.02 a gallon, and they’re set to go even higher on July 1st when California’s gas tax increases again.
The national average gas price hit a record high Saturday and is expected to continue rising as the energy supply crunch in the U.S. rages on.
This will remove millions of acres from possible drilling as U.S. gas prices reach record highs.
The current price of gas sits just five cents below the highest average price in history, one analyst said.
Exxon profits have doubled in the last year, but the oil giant is taking a big hit from the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Over the past two years, demand for boat slips has 'gone up considerably.'
U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona called for increasing domestic oil drilling to make up for the loss of Russian imports that has contributed to high prices at the gas pump.
Analysts said prices dropped dramatically in the past two weeks, in part because higher prices reduced demand during the second half of March.
Are Arizona gas prices about to go down? President Joe Biden is releasing 180 million barrels of oil over the next six months in hopes of making that happen. It's the largest release since America's Strategic Oil Reserve was created in 1974. FOX 10's Brian Webb has the details on what this means for your wallet.
President Biden is preparing to order the release of up to 1 million barrels of oil per day from the nation's strategic petroleum reserve in a bid to control energy prices.
An industry analysis says gas prices could drop in Arizona within the next few weeks.
The price at the pump is $1.42 higher than it was a year ago.
Oil prices have moderated a bit since Russia's invasion of Ukraine, but gasoline prices have remained at near-record levels. For those who wonder why, it's because there's money to be made. Those profits though may not be going where you imagine.
Part 1: White House reporter Jacqui Heinrich has the latest on Russia's invasion of Ukraine and Presient Biden declaring Vladimir Putin a war criminal. Part 2: With the urgency to bring down gas prices, FOX 10's John Hook talks to Court Rich, co-founder of the Rose Law Group, about where does that leave the push for green energy.
As of Thursday, the national average is $4.289 a gallon, down from Wednesday's average of $4.305, according to AAA data.