After a spike in mid-August, gas prices in Killeen seem to be stabilizing. Fear and refinery closures due to Hurricane Isaac caused prices to rise across the country, and Texas was no exception. The average price per gallon was slightly above $3.35 at the beginning of August. The price rose above $3.70 a gallon before dropping to $3.66 on Friday, according to Gasbuddy.com.
That is still more expensive than most area residents are comfortable with.
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