(Jefferson City) Gasoline prices in Missouri are still dropping, but not as quickly as they have in recent weeks.
According to Triple-A, the current statewide average price for regular-unleaded is three dollars, 47 cents a gallon, about five cents cheaper than it was a week ago.
The current national average is three-89 a gallon.
The cheapest gas in Missouri can be found in the St. Louis area, where one station has it at $2.99 a gallon.
It’s currently listed at $3.25 in Mineral Point, $3.28 a gallon at a station in House Springs, $3.29 in Farmington and $3.49 a gallon at a station in Ellington.