Gas prices continue to climb upward, but there’s an even bigger issue growing in Pittsburgh – a potential gas shortage.
KDKA AM’s Mike Pintek spoke with Rayola Dougher, the American Petroleum Institute’s Senior Policy Advisor.
With gas prices pushing $4 a gallon, a lot of people are trying to stretch their dollar at the gas pump, but some of them are trying to stretch it a little too far.
From a few less trips to grinning and bearing it, drivers all over are looking for ways to save at the pump. But through a mix of old school and high-tech, some people are staying ahead of the curve.
It’s hard not to feel the pain at the pump – especially since most gas stations have raised the price by at dime in just a week.
Paul and Rose of the KDKA Afternoon News spoke with USA Today’s Business Reporter Chris Woodyard about how to save while gas prices are eating more out of your budget.
It’s the high price of gasoline that has some people ditching SUVs in favor of fuel-efficient cars, but one local man is going one step further by buying electric.
Patrick Dehaan, the senior petroleum Analyst for Gasbuddy.com, joined KDKA’s Jim Lokay Friday night at the Home and Garden show at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The cost of a gallon of gasoline is increasing at a dizzying rate, and that has left many asking why and wondering about the impact it is having on us. By Thursday […]
(Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images) Bevi Powell, Communications Director at AAA joins Rob to talk about holiday travel, and raising gas prices.
What will gas prices be like this holiday weekend? How will holiday travel be? Larry and John talk to Superior Petroleum’s Don Bowers and AAA’s Jim Lehman to discuss everything you need to hit the […]