Daylight Saving Time 2011 : What About Arizona?
These folks either get to sleep in another hour or will go through the frustration of getting to work an hour earlier by accident, but this is not true for Arizona residents. We are one of the places that does not observe the official Daylight Saving Time ...
Arizona Says No to Daylight-Saving Time
Arizona is one of two states — Hawaii is the other — that do NOT honor daylight-saving time ... except for two states which don't observe Daylight Saving Time. Why one of them, Arizona, doesn't is a mystery to NPR's Ted Robbins, who's based in Tucson.
Why Do We Observe Daylight Saving Time?
At 2:00 a.m. local this Sunday, most of the United States, except Hawaii and Arizona ... why we bother with this routine in the first place. Daylight saving time is most often associated with the oh-so-sweet extra hour of sleep in fall and the not-so ...
Why doesn't Arizona observe Daylight Saving Time?
PHOENIX - This weekend marked the end of Daylight Saving Time for most of the United States – but not Arizona. Unlike almost everywhere else, Arizona doesn't observe Daylight ... to November. Why doesn't Arizona change? It has a lot to do with the ...
Good Question: Why Do We Observe Daylight Savings Time?
Arizona and Hawaii don't mess with the clock, so why not the rest of the states? That's up to the states. The federal law just requires states to observe the dates set forth by Congress. Each state decides if it wants to practice Daylight Savings Time or not.