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Daylight Saving Time Fast Facts

Here's some background information about Daylight Saving Time, a system to reduce electricity usage by extending daylight hours. Facts: Sunday, March 9, 2014 - Daylight Saving Time begins at 2am. Set clocks ahead one hour.

Everything must go: There's a flood of store closings

Brick and mortar chain stores died this week, after a long illness. Born along Main Street, raised in shopping malls across post-World War II America, the traditional store enjoyed decades of good health, wealth and steady growth.

Woman's auto-payments hid her death for six years

For years, the payments went out of the woman's bank account. Nobody batted an eyelid. Bills were paid. And life went on as normal in the quiet neighborhood of Pontiac, Michigan.

Police: Darren Sharper, friend told others of raping two women

Former NFL star Darren Sharper and a friend told other people that they had sex with two women in a New Orleans apartment in September without "their knowledge or permission," an application for an arrest warrant that was released Thu

VIDEO: Thieves use forklift to steal ATM in Texas

A brazen ATM heist at a Texas bank was captured on camera. Thieves used a forklift to steal an ATM from a credit union in Odessa, TX. Investigators aren't revealing how much money the robbers got away with.

OR truck driver narrowly escapes steel beams during accident

Heavy steel beams tore through a truck and nearly hit the driver. When you see the video of the accident in Oregon, you'll wonder how the man survived.

'Captain Phillips' star's story of struggle not rare in Hollywood

Despite Barkhad Abdi's Academy Award nomination, his story has not been quite rags-to-riches.

Couple steals child's ashes from funeral home in CT

A funeral home director says a Connecticut couple took the cremated remains of their son without paying their balance. Now, police are hoping surveillance video will help track the suspects down.

3 men steal baby formula to pay for heroin, in Wisconsin

Surveillance video helped Wisconsin police take down a baby formula theft ring. Police arrested three men they say were stealing the formula to sell it for drug money.

Marijuana advocates gaining ground, opposition trying to find new votes

With 20 U.S. states allowing medical marijuana, and others weighing its medicinal or recreational use, advocates of looser laws on weed appear to have the advantage.