September 6, 2012 |
As an offensive tackle at UCLA, Mike Harris had the unusual distinction of being named the Bruins' most improved offensive player two years in a row. But no such award could adequately capture the leap he has made since August. Harris, an undrafted rookie, will start at left tackle for the San Diego Chargers when they open the season Monday night at Oakland. That's right, a guy who didn't even hear his name read on draft weekend will now be protecting the blind side of Pro Bowl quarterback Philip Rivers.
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January 2, 2008 |
A jailed drug dealer and his bankrupt wife allegedly duped a Los Angeles judge to obtain a $130-million default ruling against Death Row Records chief Marion "Suge" Knight, according to a legal motion expected to be the focus of a hearing today in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
September 1, 1997 |
There's no doubt that Michael "Harry O" Harris has entrepreneurial instincts. Growing up in a Los Angeles neighborhood he calls "the low bottom," he became one of the region's most notorious crack dealers before he was arrested and sent to prison in 1987. Since being in prison, he has decided that his real talents lie in the entertainment business.
May 8, 1991
The administrators interviewed by the Times Orange County sports staff were Bonnie Stormont, Marina High School girls' athletic director; Monsignor Michael Harris, Santa Margarita principal; Jim Ryan, Foothill principal, and Stan Thomas, Southern Section commissioner of athletics. Two others--Peter Hartman, superintendent of the Saddleback Valley Unified School District, and Bill Brand, Trabuco Hills principal--were invited but chose not to attend.
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April 22, 2002 |
A former Orange County priest whose alleged molestations of a teenage boy led the Roman Catholic Church to pay a $5.2-million settlement has been hosting gatherings of young men in his home as part of an unpaid job as an advisor to college fraternities. As recently as April 6, Michael Harris hosted a retreat for Sigma Pi pledges from Cal State Long Beach at his Oceanside house, according to the chapter president.