Barbara Walters, one of television's most iconic and prominent journalists, will retire in May of 2014, according to multiple reports.
The news of Walters' possible retirement was first reported Thursday by Deadline.com.
Walters has faced numerous health challenges in recent memory. Most recently, she battled a rare case of adult chicken pox in late January. That news came a week after she fell and was hospitalized during an Inauguration Party in Washington.
The 83-year-old journalist has been nominated for dozens of awards during her career. She most notably won Daytime Emmys in 1975, 2005 and 2009 for her work on Today and The View. She co-created the morning ABC talk show in 1997 and has been a staple there ever since.