Daylight Saving Time begins this weekend and experts say it could take some of us up to two weeks to recover from the effects of our shifted clocks.

Do you think we should keep daylight saving time or get rid of it?
Californians will vote in November whether or not to end the practice of switching the clock back and forth.
If approved in California after the election it would then need to be supported by the Federal Government.

The reason why we have daylight savings time is during World War I and World War II it was a way to save energy.

According to recent studies, when we switch its harder on our bodies and increases injuries.

Daylight Saving time is here before you go to bed Saturday night spring forward one hour.