Problems at pump as more people take road trips on Fourth of July weekend

A shortage of truck drivers is causing gasoline delivery delays, leaving some stations with low or no gas. Travelers taking road trips for the Fourth of July are advised to not let their fuel flirt too close to empty. They may have to travel to the next exit if they come upon a station without gas.

More people expected to travel for Fourth of July holiday weekend

Holiday travel is expected to be busy for this weekend's July 4th holiday. AAA estimates that pent-up travel demand will send more than 47 million Americans out and about this weekend, up 40% percent over last year. 9 out of 10 of those travelers will be driving, while a few million will fly, instead.

More than half of Americans plan to travel for July 4th

If Memorial Day was any indication of what’s to come, a greater number of people will be traveling this summer compared to last. Joining us to talk about the projected forecast for this Independence Day, as well as where gas prices are going, is Joshua Zuber with AAA Texas.

Expert shares ways to ease 'travel anxiety'

Summer seems to be shaping up as the season of vacci-cations. More people are booking trips than ever before and that's led to the rise of another post pandemic problem: travel anxiety. Dr. Christopher Taylor with Taylor Counseling Group explains what this is and how to overcome it.