OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The price of gasoline continues to decline across much of Oklahoma.
AAA Oklahoma said Tuesday in its weekly price survey that one gallon of regular self-serve gas was just under $2.97 per gallon - down 2 cents per gallon from last week.
The price in selected cities ranged from $2.87 per gallon in both Tulsa and Bartlesville to $3.17 per gallon in Idabel. The average in Oklahoma City was $2.93 per gallon and in Lawton the price was about $2.97 per gallon.
AAA says the average price in Oklahoma is the fifth-lowest in the nation after Utah, Wyoming, Colorado and Idaho while Hawaii has the highest average price at $4.06 per gallon.
The nationwide average is $3.30 per gallon.
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