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Baseball great Willie Mays gets a massage at the Buckhorn mineral baths in east Mesa in the 1950s. (Photo courtesy of Mesa Historical Museum)
Baseball great Willie Mays gets a massage at the Buckhorn mineral baths in east Mesa in the 1950s.
Ted Sliger, owner of the Buckhorn Baths, and Willie Mays standing in front of the east Mesa landmark.
ERIE, Pa. - Willie Nelson has canceled concerts for the next two months to have surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome, a promoter said.
It is, of course, pointless to beat a dead horse — but there may be merit in beating a dead donkey.
SAN ANTONIO - The Spurs, already hit with the suspension of Kevin Willis for tonight, also may be without center David Robinson.
SAN FRANCISCO - Barry Bonds hit his 660th home run exactly as he would have scripted it: at home before a sellout crowd to give the Giants the lead.
San Francisco Giants\' Barry Bonds rounds the bases after he hit a three-run home run to tie godfather Willie Mays at 660 for third on baseball\'s career list against the Milwaukee Brewers in San Francisco, Monday.
NEW YORK - Bruce Willis says being a film star hasn't brought him many perks. "It's really ... weird to be famous," the 52-year-old actor tells Vanity Fair magazine in its June issue, on newsstands May 8. "It gets you into restaurants easier than other people, but beyond that, personally, you could set fame on fire."
Critics often gripe about the blink-and-you've-missed-it frenzy of action sequences in today's Hollywood thrillers.
“Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” comes to life on stage out of the pages of Roald Dahl’s novel. Theater Works’ Kids Alive program presents this musical adaptation of the book and film, which opens May 31 at the Peoria Center for the Performing Arts and features a cast of 40 children.
LOS ANGELES - Surrounded by family, friends and fellow A-listers, Bruce Willis received a star on the Walk of Fame Monday as scores of fans looked on.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Country music outlaw Willie Nelson sang "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" and "My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys" more than 25 years ago. He released a very different sort of cowboy anthem this Valentine's Day.
CHICAGO -- The Sears Tower, one of the world's iconic skyscrapers and the tallest building in the U.S., was renamed the Willis Tower on Thursday in a downtown ceremony, marking a new chapter in the history of the giant edifice that has dominated the Chicago skyline for nearly four decades.
Today’s question is, just how important are wins?
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Once he decided to fire Willie Randolph, New York Mets general manager Omar Minaya caught a flight to the West Coast, went to the team hotel and waited to deliver the news in person.
Scottsdale is poised to slash its transit budget, a move that would leave senior citizens waiting at bus stops longer, cause students to scramble to make class on time and force commuters to wake up earlier.
A real estate agent arrested by Scottsdale police might have burglarized scores of businesses to support his family and a gambling addiction when his company went bust after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, police said Friday.
ATLANTA - Federal scientists say they will consider requests to ship the recently recreated 1918 killer flu virus to select U.S. research labs.
The University of Arizona football team trudged through the first nine weeks of the season with the seriousness of coal miners.
There are going to be nights that won’t be so much fun for the Suns.
Kim Dickson racked up a rap sheet in Ohio for forgeries and drug use before she entered into another shadowy world — as a petition circulator for hire.
This weekend could be the last stand for Willie Randolph as manager of the Mets and it's looking more and more like he won't survive it, regardless of what happens in the three games against the Rangers.
“I was up in the clubhouse when he made that catch … I tell people I was the only guy to see Willie’s eyes.”