It's 9:15 p.m. and a single mother is picking up her 3-year-old from day care.
Make that ``night care.''
The sleepy little girl still wants to tell mom about her day, excitedly waving an arts and crafts project she put together with crayons and glue.
For many working moms and dads, 9 to 5 is not the typical work day.
Police officers, nail technicians, attorneys, flight attendants, restaurant operators and others in jobs with nontraditional hours scramble to find child care that spans their work shifts.
Child-care operators are responding.
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