DEVELOPING: Oregon has nation’s seventh-largest weekly drop in gas prices

A drop in demand and increase in gasoline stocks are sending pump prices lower in time for the busy holiday travel season.

For the week, the national average for regular dips two cents to $2.55 a gallon. The Oregon average drops five cents to $3.07.

Oregon has the seventh-largest weekly decline in the nation, and also the third-largest monthly decline in the nation with a drop of 20 cents