Report: Okla. gas prices up slightly

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma's average price for gasoline is up slightly over the last week, but still well below the national average.

AAA Oklahoma reported Tuesday the average price for a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline is nearly $3.32, up a little more than 2 cents over the last week.

Oklahoma still has one of the lowest average prices in the country, with just seven states reporting a lower statewide average price. The national average is $3.48 per gallon, about 16 cents more than Oklahoma.

Of the state's largest cities, Tulsa had the lowest price at $3.17 per gallon, with Guymon and Ardmore both reporting an average price of $3.68 per gallon.

The average price per gallon statewide last year was about $3.26 per gallon.

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