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... that an additional month of daylight has meant more time on the links and an additional $400 million in revenue, reports Michael Downing. Credit: Ingimage With the switchover to daylight saving time just around the corner, you might wonder why we go ...
Phys.org · 3/5/2014
But many residents came to hate falling in and out of sync with businesses and residents in neighboring states and prevailed upon the Indiana Legislature to put the entire state on daylight-saving time beginning in the spring of 2006. Indiana’s change of ...
The Wall Street Journal · 3/10/2013
"What I'm suggesting is that we save time by simplifying our lives," state Rep. Elizabeth Scott, D-Monroe, told a House committee Tuesday. She said the bill to drop daylight saving time would reduce heart attacks, car wrecks and work accidents found to ...
KOMO News · 2/3/2015
30, 1945. After the war, U.S. states were free to choose whether to observe daylight saving time, and if they did, the calendar start dates of the time change. The result was time confusion for travelers and newscasters. In 1966, Congress enacted the ...
Live Science · 10/8/2012
PHOENIX — Sunday morning, most of the nation "sprang forward" and lost an hour of sleep in switching to daylight saving time. Arizona and Hawaii did not, to the nation's envy. For most Arizonans, it means they are now on the same time as California ...
13 WMAZ · 3/8/2015
Daylight saving time: 6 eye-opening facts Springing forward, falling back: the history of time change How daylight changes affect your health "The changing of the clocks is always an interesting time. The one in the fall is quite boring because it's just a ...
CBC · 3/6/2015
But not all industries love daylight saving time. Television ratings tend to suffer during DST, and networks hate it. “Come March, when daylight savings time and the ‘households using television’ level goes down in the early evening, it really takes ...
Portland Press Herald · 3/6/2015
As the saying goes, spring forward and fall back one hour for daylight saving time. Here's what you need to know about changing your clocks this year, and the debate over getting rid of DST. First, when do I need to change my clocks? Move your clocks …
Baxter Bulletin · 11/1/2014
Welcome to Spring(ing forward)! Daylight saving time starts this weekend, when we turn our clocks forward an hour starting at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 9. This is the "bad" switch, when we "lose" an hour of sleep over night. The time change can make us ...
Yahoo Finance · ByJennifer Welsh · 3/8/2014
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

Daylight saving time

Daylight saving time (DST) or summer time is the practice of advancing clocks during summer months by one hour so that in the evening hours day light is experienced later, while sacrificing normal sunrise times. Typically, users in regions with summe…
Daylight saving time (DST) or summer time is the practice of advancing clocks during summer months by one hour so that in the evening hours day light is experienced later, while sacrificing normal sunrise times. Typically, users in regions with summer time adjust clocks forward one hour close to the start of spring and adjust them backward in the autumn to standard time.
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