Gasoline prices in Chicago are at their highest levels in six months.
Gas prices in the Chicago-area are a bit higher now than they were a week ago, but one analyst predicts smooth sailing ahead for drivers.
Gasoline prices are on the rise once again in Chicago, spiking more than 18 cents in the past week.
Average retail gasoline prices in Chicago have fallen nearly 11 cents per gallon in the past week.
Hurricane Isaac is expected to create a spike in prices at the pump.
Thursday in Chicago, regular unleaded was running $3.67 a gallon. Friday, it was up to $3.74 – more than 20 cents higher than it was last week.
Just when we were all starting to feel a little relief, they’re back. High gas prices are making a return, at least in Chicago. CBS 2′s Mai Martinez reports.
As motorists hit the road for the Memorial Day weekend, they can expect to pay a lot more at the pump than a year ago.
The price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline crept close to $4 at some Chicago stations, as prices at the pump spiked almost 10 cents over the weekend.
You’re not seeing things. The price of gasoline is shooting up to levels that Chicagoans haven’t seen in a couple of years.
Riding a cab in Chicago is about to get a bit more expensive.