LIFE & amp;WORK
Time change pains
k DAYLIGHT-SAVING TIME, which began at 2 a.m. today, may provide extra sunlight in the evening hours, but the change leaves many feeling behind on sleep.
Feds to visit police
k OFFICIALS from the U.S. Justice Department are expected to meet with Warren officials Monday as part of their investigation of the city's police department.
k KOJAK, the role made popular by Telly Savalas, is back on TV, but with a new actor playing the gruff character.
A job for the pros
k SPRING CLEANING may be on your to-do list, but if you don't want to do it, professionals can help.
k CEDAR POINT amusement park has added a new ride, maXair, that will shoot riders to the sky for thrills.
Worming into fight
k A CALIFORNIA beverage producer has raised the ire of Mexican tequila makers by producing a product he calls Temequila.
Outlook on Tribe . . .
kAS THE CLEVELAND INDIANS prepare to open their 2005 season this week, pitcher C.C. Sabathia has his heart set on playing well into the postseason.
. . . and YSU football
kYSU HEAD FOOTBALL COACH Jon Heacock outlines his goals for the team as it begins spring practice this week.