IRVING -- The price for gasoline in Texas jumped sharply, increasing by 13 cents on what analysts said is pressure from oil prices and a drought-driven boost in the cost of ethanol.
The weekly AAA Texas survey released Thursday said Texans were paying $3.49 on average for a gallon of regular unleaded. The national average also is up sharply to $3.66
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