Gasoline dips below $2 in Lagrange, Sturgis
Tuesday, January 8, 2019

LAGRANGE – Gasoline prices broke the $2 dollar barrier in LaGrange.

A gallon of regular unleaded sold for $1.99 this morning in Lagrange for the first time in a very long time.

ABC's Chuck Sivertsen says gasoline prices in most of the U.S. have continued to decline.

Since Christmas the nationwide average price of a gallon of gasoline has fallen nearly a dime a gallon, to two dollars, twenty three cents, according to the latest gas station survey by the Energy Department.

That's about 28 cents a gallon cheaper than the same time last year.

Gas is cheaper by two to five cents a gallon depending on region...lower in New England, the Gulf Coast and Rocky Mountains...higher, but just marginally, on the West Coast. Crude Oil prices have gone up for about a week now.

The lowest price in Sturgis was also $1.99. The lowest price in both Indiana and Michigan was $1.72 in Salem, IN and Brownstown. MI.