OU President David Boren To Step DownBoren says he will retire June 30, but agreed to stay longer if a successor has not been selected by that time.
Mos Def Will 'Always Be Creating' After RetirementHip-hop star Mos Def took the stage in Atlanta for what appeared to be the last performance of his career. But he will continue creating, he said, and could return to the public spotlight in the future.
Prosper Fire Chief To Retire After 42-Year CareerA town-wide celebration of Chief Tucker’s career and accomplishments is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 31.
Social Security's Grim PrognosisSocial Security's board of trustees last week released its annual report on the long-term financial health of the system's trust fund.
Social Security Projects Biggest Payment Increase In YearsMillions of Americans who rely on Social Security are projected to receive their biggest payment increase in years this January.
Edgemere Is More Than Just A Place To LiveImagine combining a five-star hotel with a cruise ship, and putting it right here in North Texas. That's what it's like to live at Edgemere.
Daniel Day-Lewis Says He's Retiring From ActingDaniel Day-Lewis, one of the most widely respected actors of his generation and a three-time Oscar winner, said that he is retiring from acting. His final film is due out in December.
Oklahoma Football Coach Stoops Retires Bob Stoops abruptly announced his retirement Wednesday, a stunning offseason move by the 56-year-old future Hall of Famer who led the Sooners to 11 conference championships and a national title in 18 seasons.
Why No Cowboys Romo Retirement Press Conference?Why haven't the Cowboys held a retirement press conference for Tony Romo?
Dallas Firefighters Leave City As Pension Troubles LoomThe Dallas Firefighters Association estimates it will lose 200 firefighters by the end of the fiscal year.
Cowboys Offensive Tackle Doug Free Set To RetireRight tackle Doug Free informed the Dallas Cowboys plans to retire, as we reported on 105.3 The Fan almost two weeks ago.
Dallas Police And Fire Pension Board Chooses Plan To Save FundThis morning the Dallas Police and Fire Pension Board voted unanimously to back a state lawmaker's plan to fix the money-troubled fund instead of a plan advocated by the Dallas Mayor.