Gas prices may be stabilizing
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UNITED STATES -- Gas prices are up around $4 in many parts of the country, but prices seemed to have stabilized. That's according to the latest Lundberg survey.
The national average of a gallon of regular gas is $3.83, which is the same as it was when the last survey came out two weeks ago. Lower crude oil prices are a factor in prices staying the same.
Meanwhile, prices in California continue to spike across the state. Many places there are seeing prices $1 above the national average. A power outage a refinery in California is to blame.
Closer to home, we're also paying above the national average. According to AAA, drivers in Albany are paying $4.06 a gallon, which is up three cents from last week. Drivers in Pittsfield are shelling out $3.91 a gallon.