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Michigan Gas Prices Nearing $3 Per Gallon Average

Authorities in Michigan have said that the average now is $2.90 per gallon — about a 10-cent hike from Monday.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/12/2015

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Prices At The Pump Jump Continue To Climb

Another jump at the gas pump — just in time for the long Memorial Day holiday.

CBS Detroit–05/18/2015

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AAA Michigan: Gas Prices Fall 10 Cents In Past Week To $2.31

We’re paying about $1.42 less for gas than we did a year ago.

CBS Detroit–04/13/2015

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Gas Prices Take Sudden Jump Over Past Week

AAA Michigan’s weekly fuel gauge survey shows prices rose by 20 cents to a statewide average of 2.48 per gallon.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/23/2015

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Analyst: Price Of Gas To Rise 15 Cents Over Next Week…Then Higher

Everyone knew it probably couldn’t last…and it didn’t.

WWJ Newsradio 950–02/26/2015

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AAA Michigan: Gas Prices Rise 1 Cent In Past Week To $2.30

It marks the fourth consecutive week the statewide average has risen above $2 a gallon.

CBS Detroit–02/23/2015

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Gas Prices Increase For Third Straight Week

Gas prices rose in Metro Detroit, and Michigan, for the third straight week, AAA reported.

CBS Detroit–02/16/2015

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Metro Detroit Gas Prices Jump 25 Cents In Two Days: What’s The Deal?

There’s no denying metro Detroiters have been enjoying the low gas prices lately. But that doesn’t mean a 25 cent bump at the pump is going to go unnoticed.

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/29/2015

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AAA Michigan: Gas Prices Fall 2 Cents In Last Week To $1.92

It marks the third consecutive week that the statewide average price has remained below $2.

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/19/2015

A sign displays the price of gas at a metro Detroit gas station. (WWJ/Marisa Mohan)

As Cheap Gas Shifts Car Buyers’ Habits, Automakers Power On

The plummeting pump prices – now pegged by AAA at $2.13 per gallon on average – have had an “immediate impact on consumer psyche.”

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/13/2015