This weekend, everyone is going to get the opportunity to take an extra hour of sleep. As the saying goes, “fall back, spring forward.” Daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. this Sunday, so don’t forget to turn those clocks back.
If you want to know what the national housing market looks like, just see how the Twin Cities is doing. The Twin Cities landed at the top of Time’s Crystal Ball Awards, which looked at which markets closely match the ups and downs of national home prices.
For one man in South Minneapolis, every second, minute and hour makes a difference. Tom Trudell has been keeping track of time for 30 years at his shop It’s About Time.
Fareed Zakaria appears on October 19th at their Educational Forum!
When do political lawn signs disappear? Why do we fall back at 2 a.m. instead of 1 a.m.? And what exactly is “natural” flavoring? WCCO-TV is replying all to viewers’ Good Questions.