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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.