Okay, this morning, the gas price was unchanged from yesterday:When I drove home yesterday, the Hess and BP stations about 1 mile east of this were at $2.87 for a gallon of regular. Why did this particular price go up so much? This is gouging, plain and simple. There's a BP across the street from this Chevron station with the same price. One of them raised their price, and the other felt compelled to do the same...because they COULD. There's no reason why these two stations should be this high, when everyone else around them is lower. Even Headline News this morning reported the nationwide average is $2.84, and South Florida usually is about 3 cents per gallon over the national average.