COLOMBIA (WOLO): Filling up at the pump Tuesday has been a struggle for many after a major energy pipeline in the U.S. shut down over the weekend due to a cyber attack. Employees at a Circle K on Broad River Road in Irmo said they ran out of regular gas Monday night. By Tuesday morning, lines were backed up with…
South Carolina’s top prosecutor has enacted a measure criminalizing price gouging following the shutdown of a pipeline that carries fuel to much of the state.
U.S. officials are still investigating the cyber attack on a major pipeline along the east coast, and we’re hearing from the cyber criminal gang allegedly responsible for it.
Experts say we could see gas prices rising even more, after a cyber attack targeted a major gas pipeline that supplies the eastern United State. We are now learning more about the criminal group that demanded ransom.
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– If you are filling up at the pump, gas prices are rising…again. Right now in the Midlands, drivers are paying an average of $2.54 a gallon, according to Gas Buddy. Prices in Columbia are up nearly a nickel from last week. The national average is $2.89 a gallon. According to Gas Buddy, prices will surge as we…
There is some good news for those filling up at the pump. Gas prices have actually fallen, but only a little. Right now, drivers in the Midlands are paying an average of $2.51 a gallon.
Consumer News: Air travel continues to break records, U.S. coffee supply at a six-year low and more!
Air travel is breaking new records. Sunday marks the highest number of flyers since the pandemic began. The TSA says they’ve screened more than 1.5 million people.
Some good news for those filling up at the pump, gas prices have actually fallen. Right now, drivers in the Midlands are paying an average of $2.59 a gallon.
Crysty Vaughan takes a look at some of the latest in Consumer News
(CNN) (WOLO)– From the latest on the jump in Gas prices in the Midlands, to a new limited edition Pizza Hut Pac-Man box, Crysty Vaughan has the latest in this Consumer News update. Air travel in the United States has hit a new pandemic record. The Transportation Security Administration says more than 1.3 million people were screened at airports on…
One year into a crushing pandemic, and food prices continue to rise after a 3.9% increase in 2020 from 2019, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The U.S. Department of Agriculture expects another increase of 2 or 3% for food prices in 2021.