May 29, 2006
Albany--Gas prices remain high, but drivers are getting a temporary break at the pump.
According to AAA, the nationwide average price of regular gasoline fell about 1.45 cents in the past two weeks.
The ever changing price of gas hasn't hurt many drivers summer vacation plans.
Several drivers we spoke to say they've just accepted the fact that gas probably won't dip below two dollars any time soon.
"I think they've gotten used to us paying that. It's going to stay the same," says Earnest Brown, Jr.
"I've done got accustomed to it. Like I said, I don't think it's going to go down, if anything, it's going up again," says Patricia Williams.
The average price of gasoline in Georgia is $2.71. In Albany, we found gas as low as $2.55.
Fire Fighters at Fire Station 2 reported that a man approached the fire station bleeding from a chest wound. They provided first aid and called for EMS.
Wet weather in southwest Georgia is making the grass grow back quickly creating a spike in calls to lawn care businesses.
The YMCA is offering some new after school programs this year after the 21st Century grant ended.
Due to the recent school realignment, the Dougherty Co. School System is preparing for additional school bus riders.
This week, Karla Heath-Sands, Cade Fowler and Chris Zelman are all learning the results of their genetic makeup on Today in Georgia. This is Chris' journey.