Gas prices continue to rise in W.Va., up 3.7 cents

Associated Press

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Gasoline prices in West Virginia are still rising.

The weekly Fuel Gauge from AAA East Central shows the average price for a gallon of regular, unleaded gasoline rose 3.7 cents over the past week to nearly $3.94.

That's about 34 cents higher than gas prices in the state a year ago this week and higher than the national average of about $3.80 cents.

Prices range from $3.89 cents in Huntington and Parkersburg to $3.98 cents in Weirton.