Bruno, the Anaheim police K-9 who nearly died after being shot while on duty, officially retired from service Tuesday evening.
David Letterman has announced that he will retire from the “Late Show” in 2015.
Democratic Rep. Henry Waxman, a congressional force on clean air and expansion of Medicaid during his 20 terms, has decided to retire.
Motley Crue is hanging up its guitars for good. The heavy metal band plans to say goodbye with 72 concerts in the United States and Canada before retiring.
Lawsuits involving the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department accounted for $43 million in expenditures – nearly half the county’s overall litigation costs – last year, according to county officials.
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig says he plans to retire in January 2015.
Former Los Angeles Galaxy star David Beckham announced Thursday that he will retire from professional soccer at the end of the season.
The Los Angeles Lakers have retired the jersey of former star Jamaal Wilkes at halftime of Friday night’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers.
The Los Angeles Lakers will retire the jersey of former star Jamaal Wilkes at halftime of Friday night’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers.
LaDainian Tomlinson’s brilliant NFL career will officially end when he ceremoniously rejoins the San Diego Chargers for a day.
Rob Lowe is taking on another role — pigskin prognosticator. The actor lit up social media Wednesday when he tweeted that Peyton Manning was done.
Penn State football coach Joe Paterno will retire at the end of the season, his long and illustrious career brought down because he failed to do all he could about an allegation of child sex abuse against a former assistant.
Just days after winning the World Series, Tony La Russa is retiring from his job as manager of the St. Louis Cardinals with three championships on what is bound to be a Hall of Fame resume.
Workers at Los Angeles City Hall are wrapping up a vote on a labor deal that would require civilian employees — for the first time — to pay part of their salary toward retiree health benefits.
When Cardinal Roger Mahony was ordained nearly a half century ago, the Roman Catholic church was in the throes of a modernization and renewal — and the lanky young priest who grew up near his family’s poultry processing plant was seen as a leading liberal light for the times.