Gas prices fall a dime in the last two weeks

The average price of gasoline across

the country dropped about 11 cents over the last two weeks,

according to a national survey released Sunday.

Regular gasoline, which peaked at $3.18 in May, dropped to $3 a

gallon, oil industry analyst Trilby Lundberg said. Mid-grade

averaged $3.11, and premium was $3.22.

The lowest price was in Jackson, Miss., where a gallon of

regular cost $2.75. The highest average price was in Chicago at

$3.39, according to the Lundberg Survey of 7,000 stations



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