Good Question: Why Do We Practice Daylight Saving Time?This Sunday at 2 a.m., most Americans will "fall back" and gain an extra hour when we revert to standard time. The first Sunday of November is the end of almost eight months of Daylight Saving Time (DST).
State Senator Pushes For Daylight Saving Time To Be In Effect Year-RoundDaylight Saving Time will begin on Sunday, March 8th.
Minnesota Lawmaker Pushes For Year-Round Daylight Saving TimeIt takes an act of Congress to change daylight saving time nationwide and there's a bill to do that, which President Donald Trump said Monday he supports. Minnesota can pass its own law, but it has to wait for Congress.
Sleep Off Daylight Saving Time On National Napping Day!National Napping Day is meant to coincide with the return of Daylight Saving Time. It's the brainchild of former Boston University professor William Anthony.
Daylight Saving Time Could Impact Your Health, Experts SayWhile many of us look forward to springtime, the loss of an hour of sleep is inconvenient. But experts say it's more than that.
4 Things To Know For Nov. 1, 2015Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Nov. 1, 2015.
Enjoy An Extra Hour Of Halloween Fun/Sleep Tonight!Good news for anyone that needs to catch up on some sleep. Daylight saving time is coming to an end this weekend. The change officially occurs at 2 a.m. Sunday morning. We will fall back -- giving everyone an extra hour of sleep.
Get Movin’ Monday: March DealsIf the saying is March comes in like a lion, there are some "roaring" good deals to be found this month only. Carrie Rocha from "Pocket Your Dollars" gets us movin’ on ways to save some green in the month of March.
Fire Marshal: Set Clocks Back, Test Smoke AlarmsAs Minnesotans turn their clocks back one hour this weekend, the state fire marshal is reminding citizens to also change their smoke alarm batteries. State Fire Marshal Bruce West says people die every year in homes where smoke alarms aren't working properly, or aren't there at all. Dead or missing batteries are the most common reasons that alarms fail.
Daylight Saving Time Ends This WeekendThis 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.
Why This Weekend Was Special To HorologistsFor 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.
Did You Remember To Change Your Clock?It is the end of Daylight Saving Time, when we gain one hour of sleep. Dr. Emran Khawaja is a sleep expert at HCMC. He said most of us are sleep deprived, and should enjoy the extra hour. He also recommends keeping a regular sleep schedule, if you can.
Get Yourself Prepped For Daylight Saving TimeIt means setting those clocks back one hour the morning of Nov. 3. Sleep experts said although it's easier to gain an hour than lose an hour, the time change still affects our circadian rhythm.
Daylight Saving: Springing Forward Harder Than Falling BackDaylight saving time is this weekend, and we'll move our clocks forward an hour. While it's nice to have an extra daylight at the end of the day, this time change can feel like jet lag.
Good Question: Does Springing Forward Affect Sleep?This weekend we sprang forward and set our clocks ahead an hour for daylight saving time -- and that means an extra hour of light in the evening.