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Daylight saving time ends Sunday morning as the clock turns back an hour and not only does the change bring shorter days, it could affect health particularly that of the kids.
Drivers in the D.C. area may run into some tricky commutes over the next few days, with both Halloween and a time shift.
Your ghosts and goblins should be able to squeeze in their trick-or-treating before the rain comes Friday evening. But big changes are ahead this weekend. ABC7 Lauryn Ricketts has your full holiday weekend forecast.
This weekend, we make the switch from daylight saving time to standard time. And even though we don't "fall back" until Sunday, children should start adjusting before the change occurs.
It's time to turn those clocks ahead and that means one less hour of sleep this week. Dr. Neal Maru has tricks to avoid missing that hour and reset your sleep schedule.
Sunday, Nov. 3 is a day many adults look forward to, and one many parents dread.
It's time to spring ahead! Sunday morning's time change means you'll lose an hour of sleep an hour of Metro service. Plus expect more cars on the area's highways as spring traffic ramps up. That and more in your Weekend Wakeup.
Dr. Thomas LoRusso, director at the Northern Virginia Sleep Diagnostic Center, gives advice on getting good sleep.
When the time change meets Election Day, the evening commute can become more complicated.
Because Daylight Saving Time is over and it's getting dark sooner, a local leader took time Monday night to inspect the streetlights that help deter crime on the National Mall.
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