Traffic Alert: I-95 traffic being diverted to I-395 in Miami
While South Florida’s official average is still under the four dollar a gallon mark, more and more drivers are feeling the effects of more than a month’s worth of rising gas prices.
Surveillance tape obtained by CBS4 shows a growing, serious problem in South Florida: predators who are targeting women at gas stations and looking for moments of distraction to take their purses and other valuables.
After nearly reaching four bucks a gallon for regular unleaded gas a month ago, the price at the pump continues to fall.
A Miami Beach gas station may be out of service for a while after a driver slammed into a gas pump which reportedly exploded into a ball of fire.
Fewer people were expected to hit the road this Labor Day weekend compared to last year; those that do will find that gas prices in Florida are up a bit from last week.
The price at the pump has jumped about a nickel across Sunshine State in the last week.
There’s a bit of good news at gas pump – prices have dropped about a nickel in the last week, just in time for the start of the summer driving vacation season.