Rob Nejezchleba retired from the Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office in 2012 where he served as captain. According to his daughter, Rob dedicated his life to serving the Magic Valley and virtually the entire family followed in his footsteps of public servants. Rob is battling a rare disease and now he needs the help of the community he served.
Oft-injured Houston Rockets center Yao Ming has informed the NBA he has retired after eight seasons in the league. Yahoo! Sports first reported the news.
The top pick in the 2002 draft was an eight-time all-star, despite averaging just 48 games in each of the last five seasons. Yao appeared in only five games during the 2010-11 season after suffering a stress fracture in his left leg Nov. 10.
Get ready to see a bit less of Kristen Wiig.
In a recent interview with TIME magazine, the ubiquitous 'Saturday Night Live' cast member revealed that she is retiring two of her frequent - and arguably polarizing - characters, Gilly and Penelope.
Wiig didn't elaborate on her decision to retire the characters, though she insists they will not return, not even at Lorne Michaels' request.
After a long and successful career, rocker Phil Collins announced his retirement from music on Friday. Collins cited multiple health problems from decades of banging the drums as the reason, including “hearing problems, a dislocated vertebra and nerve damage in his hands” according to “The Telegraph”...
World-famous cyclist and seven-time winner of the Tour de France Lance Armstrong has announced his retirement from the sport. The 39-year-old previously retired for 3 years in 2005, but he says this time it's for good, claiming his age is catching up with him.