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The arrival of daylight saving time means that it is time once again for Americans to lose an hour of sleep. Residents of all of the United States, except for Arizona and Hawaii, will turn their clocks, coffee makers, watches, DVRs and car radios ahead one ...
Guardian LV · 3/7/2015
Never mind the snowy weather across the country-- it's time to spring forward this weekend, believe it or not. Daylight saving time begins Sunday at 2 a.m. local time in all but a few parts of the U.S. The bad news: You will still lose an hour this Sunday ...
ABC News · 3/8/2013
Once again, the end of Daylight Saving Time is here — as is the debate of its validity. Reminder: Daylight Saving Time Ends tomorrow, November 2nd, at 2:00 AM. It is also recommended that you change the batteries in any smoke detectors or carbon …
The Inquisitr · 11/1/2014
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The state of Hawaii has never observed daylight-saving time. Arizona tried it and rejected it. Utah and Nebraska have considered dropping it. And this year, Vladimir Putin abolished the practice in Russia. Meanwhile, one Alabama state senator likes the ...
Wall Street Journal · 11/3/2014
Syracuse, N.Y. -- This weekend, we'll say goodbye to daylight saving time. Again. The official time change occurs at 2 a.m. Sunday, when we all set our clocks back to 1 a.m. (Confession: I change my clocks when I wake up Sunday.) The good news is …
Syracuse Post-Standard · 10/27/2014
Most people in the United States change clocks forward by 60 minutes before heading to bed Saturday night due to daylight saving time, but officials recommend keeping other things in mind, too. Experts say it's also a good time to replace batteries in ...
The Times-Picayune · 3/7/2015
An Arizona lawmaker has withdrawn a bill that would have put the state on daylight-saving time. Rep. Phil Lovas, R-Peoria, said he decided not to move forward on House Bill 2014 after receiving feedback from the community, according to a statement …
azcentral.com · 1/13/2015
Daylight saving time, a change in the standard time designed to conserve energy and making better use of daylight, officially begins Sunday. This means at 2 a.m., clocks should be set one hour ahead. Daylight saving time official ends at 2 a.m. Sunday ...
Chicago Tribune · 3/7/2015
Daylight Saving Time is around the corner. On March 8th we turn our clocks forward as we "spring" into the Spring season. Not too long ago a state Senate committee in Alaska advanced a bill that would exempt the state from DST. And Washington …
KING 5 · 2/26/2015
The twice-yearly changing of the clocks raises the question of whether daylight saving time (not daylight savings time) is even necessary anymore. What do you think? Arizona doesn't recognize DST, nor does Hawaii. A Utah lawmaker has said he'll raise the ...
OregonLive · 11/1/2014