By KWGS News/National Weather Service
Tulsa, OK – You'll have to dig a little deeper to make ends meet. The Public Service Company of Oklahoma is passing along a fuel adjustment cost.
The utility's Stan Whiteford stresses PSO makes no money of the adjustment. If you are an average customer you can expect to pay about $19 dollars more.
Whiteford says the increase is effective with the bill you will receive in April.