LONDON — David Beckham is retiring from soccer, ending a career in which he transcended the sport with forays into fashion and a marriage to a pop star that made him a global celebrity.
Famed Phoenix chef opening downtown in late November.
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LONDON — The figure of Oscar Pistorius racing around the Olympic track with his carbon-fiber blades whipping through the air was one of the enduring images of the London Games.
LONDON — Prince William and his wife are expecting their first child, palace officials say.
The group comes to Tucson hot off a monthlong tour through the UK.
Brits are bypassing the big cities for America's smaller treasures.
Mike Love cans founding members Al Jardine and Brian Wilson.
Shirley Reilly, a 27-year-old University of Arizona junior, proudly displays the women's marathon gold medal she won in the Paralympic Games Sept. 9.
Shirley Reilly storms to the finish line to claim gold in the women's marathon at the Paralympic Games in London. Reilly finished a second ahead of Shelly Woods, center, of Britain and two seconds ahead of Sandra Graf, right, of Switzerland.
A lifetime of training, both physical and mental, prepared Shirley Reilly for the moment when she, on her sport's biggest stage, was knocked to the ground.
LONDON — Britain’s Prince Harry has been caught on camera doing something embarrassing — again.
Matt Grevers, left, and USA teammate Nick Thoman, both with Tucson ties, finished first and second in the 100-meter backstroke final.
High-jumper Brigetta Barrett, a University of Arizona theater major, cleared 6 feet, 8 inches, winning an Olympic silver medal.
Georganne Moline, a UA senior, set a personal best in the 400-meter hurdles during track events at the London Games. She finished about a half-second off the bronze.
Above: Caitlin Leverenz, facing, embraces the United States' Arian Kukors after winning bronze in the 200-meter individual medley final. Leverenz is a Sahuaro High grad.
Left: Bernard Lagat, a Tucson resident, left, and Britain's Mohamed Farah competed in the men's 5,000-meter final at the London Olympics. Lagat finished fourth, just off the bronze, after he was tripped in the final stretch.
The 23 Olympic athletes with Southern Arizona ties produced nine medals by the time closing ceremonies ended the London Games on Sunday.
Bryan Barten, who coaches the UA's wheelchair tennis team, is a veteran of the U.S. national team but has never been to the Paralympics.
Noah Yablong, who played wheelchair tennis at the UA and graduated this year, will join coach Bryan Barten in London next week. Both are first-time Paralympians.