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Gas Down 27-Cents in a Week

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Around the nation, some cities are finding their gas prices to be lower than $2. For Los Angeles, that's not the reality, at least yet. Today, the average price of a regular gallon of gas in Los Angeles is $2.574, 27-cents lower than a week ago Monday and 15.6-cents lower than last Thursday. As usual, you may know about cheaper than the average gas in the area. If so, chime in the comments section.