(AP) - The average price of gasoline is now higher than it was a year ago for the first time since late April.
The national average for retail gasoline was $3.662 per gallon Thursday, a penny higher than it was on this date in 2011.
Analysts expect prices to continue to rise through Labor Day because of refinery and pipeline issues that have affected supplies.
Meanwhile, oil prices are higher after China reported disappointing economic news. That's renewing speculation that the government will do more to help China's economy improve.
Benchmark oil rose 13 cents to $93.47 per barrel in New York. Brent crude gained 67 cents to $112.81 per barrel in London.
Natural gas prices are up 5 percent on a smaller-than-expected increase in U.S. supplies.
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Interstate 75 approaching U.S. 40 in Vandalia is now open to traffic following a multiple vehicle crash.
A listing of events and activities that are closed, canceled or postponed due to the effects of today's Wintry Blast.
Snowfall reports vary across the Miami Valley as the storm continues to produce heavy snow, making it hard for drivers to see in some cases.
Slick roads have caused a number of accidents on area roads, so what should you do if you find yourself involved in a crash?
Police have now identified the victim of a hit and run Thursday night.