Gas Prices Rise 3-Cents in Two Weeks
Drivers are paying three cents more per gallon than they were two weeks ago.
The latest Lundberg survey says the new national average for a gallon of gas is three-dollars-72-cents a gallon.
Gasoline prices have increased almost 43-cents since February.
Regular unleaded in Washington was selling for $3.64 this morning, about eight cents below the national average.
In Vincennes, it was selling for $3.77, five-cents above the national average..