That "pain at the pump" has never been worse for Omaha drivers.
The AAA Fuel Gauge Report states that on Sunday Omaha drivers are paying their highest prices for gasoline ever.
The new record was set Sunday at $4.07 for a gallon of regular unleaded. That's up 40 cents from just one week ago, and up more than 70 cents over the past month.
Nebraska and Iowa are paying some of the highest gas prices in the nation, reportedly because two major Midwest refineries are shut down.
Drivers in Minnesota are paying the highest gas price in the continental U.S. at $4.27 per gallon.
The national average is $3.64 per gallon.
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