You'll get an extra hour of sleep on Sunday as we "fall back"
You'll get an extra hour of sleep on Sunday as daylight saving time ends and Central Standard Time returns at 2AM Sunday.
Most people add the extra hour when they retire on Saturday night, setting clocks back one hour.
Fire departments also suggest that residents mark the occasion by putting new batteries in their home smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
In 2007, a new law was enacted to move the time change to the first Sunday in November so it would never occur before Halloween.