Daylight Saving Time
Bay Area public safety officials are reminding residents to not only reset their clocks for daylight saving time, which begins early Sunday morning, but to also check smoke alarms and other emergency equipment.
As if you weren’t already sleep deprived, you’ll get an hour less shut-eye Saturday night no matter what time you turn out the lights.
Bay Area residents will get an extra hour of sleep this weekend thanks to the annual shift back to standard time.
Most of the country, including here in California, will turn back the clocks this weekend for the annual shift back to standard time.
One pedestrian was killed, and another pedestrian and a cyclist were injured, in a series of unrelated traffic crashes over the course of 20 minutes Wednesday night, according to San Jose police.
It ended over the weekend, now we’re back to so-called “Standard Time.” But Daniel Alotaya in Fremont asked this Good Question: How did Daylight Saving Time get started? And is it still necessary?
Daylight Saving Time comes to an end on Sunday, November 7 so remember to set your clocks back one hour before going to bed Saturday night.