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Daylight Saving Time 2016: When does the fall time change happen?

Get ready for an extra hour of sleep on Sunday, Nov. 6. That’s when the clocks fall back at 2 a.m., ending Daylight Saving Time… 536 more words


Time to Vote Them off the Island

I confess…I’ve been watching the TV reality show “Survivor” from the get-go. There have been some shameful returning contestants and questionable editing, but one thing remains solid: getting voted off the island (though it’s not always an island, and, OK, sometimes they’ve jury-rigged the rules to bring someone back). 681 more words

Politics And Culture

Bill to End Daylight Saving Time Observance in California Fails in Senate

A bill that would have allowed voters to weigh in on whether California should abolish daylight saving time has failed in the state Senate, the… 258 more words

Local News

California State Senate Rejects Bill Ending Daylight Saving Time

SACRAMENTO (CBS / AP) – California voters likely won’t get the chance to decide whether to continue observing daylight saving time.

The state Senate fell four votes short Tuesday of placing the question on the ballot. 115 more words


14th Sunday after Pentecost, 2016

It is getting ready to rain. I was just outside and felt a few drops, and there are loads of black clouds off to the south. 453 more words


Bill To Scrap Daylight Saving Time In California Passes Another Hurdle

SACRAMENTO (CBS SF) — A Bay Area lawmaker’s proposal to do away with Daylight Saving Time in California cleared another Senate committee on Thursday.

The State Senate Appropriations Committee cleared Assembly Bill 385 by Assemblymember Kansen Chu (D-San Jose), which would put the question of whether to end Daylight Saving Time on the ballot. 127 more words


Massachusetts Will Consider Moving Time Zones, Dropping Daylight Saving Time

BOSTON (CBS) – Should Massachusetts move to a new time zone and do away with Daylight Saving Time?

A new commission will study that very possibility, thanks to an economic development bill signed by Gov. 136 more words