There's no relief in sight for rising gas prices. Drivers have seen a steady increase for 33 days now and analysts say prices will likely keep going up. On average, it costs about three-dollars-and 91 cents for every gallon of gas in Illinois. Of course that drops slightly once you get outside the Chicago area. According Triple-A, gas is cheapest in East Central Illinois, near Danville at about three-39 a gallon. That's still 35-cents more than it was this time last year.
In Rochelle today, unleaded fuel is at $3.95 a gallon, 4 cents higher than the state average.