A record spike in gas prices has left several independent stations around the Southland — and one major wholesaler — with empty gas pumps.
The Automobile Club of Southern California reports gas prices in California have reached a record high in October.
Drivers throughout the Southland are doing double-takes at the gas pump on Thursday after an oil refinery fire sent prices soaring.
Drivers throughout the Southland are bracing for more pain at the pump after a devastating fire at a Richmond oil refinery.
Delivery driver Antonio Ruiz could hardly believe his eyes when he pulled into the Union 76 station in Silverlake on Monday.
Be sure to enjoy your next glass, wine aficionados: prices for your favorite vino are expected to jump in coming months.
One analyst says don’t waste your gas looking to save a few pennies at the pump.
In Los Angeles and Orange counties, the price of a gallon of gas jumped 5 cents overnight.
Local gas station operator Andre Van der Valk says it’s a “lousy time” to be in the gas business.
Soaring gas prices are giving drivers a new round of pain at the pump. The average price for a gallon of gas in the LA-Long Beach area has jumped to $4.25 a gallon, which is up six cents from Thursday, and 25 cents from a week ago.
Whole Foods is trying to change its reputation for being too pricey.
A slumping housing market — and struggling homeowners — in the San Fernando Valley could soon get a much-needed boost from Washington.
That pain you may be feeling at the gas pump is bringing some much-needed paper to the coffers at City Hall.
The White House may be close to giving more help to struggling homeowners in Southern California and across the nation.
The latest Consumer Price Index figures from the government show that number is slightly higher than the national rate.