10/16/2013 8:41 AM
by Nadine Grimley
CHARLESTON - Drivers continue to dish out less cash for gas in the Mountain State, the cost of a gallon dropped a penny from last week.
While West Virginia's average was still above the nation's by about five cents, it's down $0.50 from the same time last year. AAA said it expects gas prices to fall in the upcoming months because of supplies, flat demand, and cheaper winter-blend gasoline.