A bipartisan effort by lawmakers in Sacramento to delay an upcoming increase in gas prices appears to have stalled Monday.
The average price for a gallon or regular gas in Los Angeles County has dropped to its lowest price since Jan. 30 at $3.82.
Retail industry experts have cracked a code that could lead to big savings for consumers.
Gasoline has fallen to its lowest price in three months, with a gallon of self-serve regular now averaging $3.961 in L.A.
Los Angeles County Friday recorded its largest daily increase for a gallon of gas since February, up more than 5 cents to $4.104.
The Beverly Hills restaurant, located at 100 N. La Cienega Boulevard, is hosting a one-day price rollback event featuring prime rib for only $1.25.
Disney said in a statement that starting Sunday, a one-day adult ticket to one park will cost $92, a $5 increase. Kids’ tickets also jumped $5, to $87.
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County rose Tuesaday to its highest amount since May 27, increasing 1.2 cents to $4.08.
The nation’s largest low-cost airline is boosting its ticket prices once again. Southwest, which flies to and from LAX, Bob Hope, Ontario and John Wayne airports, raised prices on most domestic flights by $10 Thursday.
Customers who have long enjoyed plunking down a dime for a cup of morning Joe will soon have to dig deeper in their pockets.
Southern California’s median home price dipped five percent last month to $285,000 from June 2010, its fourth consecutive year-over-year decline in as many months.
Verizon Wireless is revealing details of how much it will charge iPhone users for voice, text and data service.