October 12, 2005 |
Robert Davis, a retired sixth-grade teacher at New Orleans' McDonogh Elementary School, had just finished a free meal of Salisbury steak, mixed vegetables and blueberry pie, served at the Doubletree Hotel here for people made homeless by Hurricane Katrina. It was pleasant last Saturday night, he recalled, so he decided he would take an "evening constitutional" down Bourbon Street. His plan was to pick up a pack of Kool cigarettes and head back to the home of friends he was staying with here.
October 10, 2005 |
Two city police officers repeatedly punched a 64-year-old man accused of public intoxication and a third officer hit a television news producer, footage by the producer's cameraman showed. The three officers were arrested Sunday after questioning and charged with battery in Saturday night's confrontations. They were released and ordered to appear in court at a later date, Capt. Marlon Defillo said.
December 18, 2001 |
Moving from starter to reserve seems to have been best for Robert Davis--and the Loyola Marymount men's basketball team. Davis, a senior guard, has averaged a team-high 14.5 points, and 5.3 rebounds, in his four games as the Lions' sixth man. He had 18 points Saturday in a two-point loss to Nevada Las Vegas, Loyola Marymount's first defeat with Davis coming off the bench. Lion Coach Steve Aggers said Davis has flourished in a reserve role because he maintained a good attitude.
March 8, 2000 |
Early returns in the San Diego mayoral race showed that among 12 candidates to succeed Mayor Susan Golding, county Supervisor Ron Roberts and banker Peter Q. Davis appeared headed for a runoff. Golding is blocked by the city charter from seeking a third term. Golding, a Republican, did not endorse any candidate, although she is expected to make an endorsement before the November general election.
May 18, 1998 |
I knew that Robert Davi loved horseback riding and motorcycling and had a passion for boxing and kicking back with a cigar. What I didn't know was that the co-star of NBC's "Profiler," an hourlong crime drama on Saturday nights, has a singing voice--opera, no less. During our phone interview, I asked Davi, who's married and has two children, about how he was "discovered." Question: Is it true that you were overheard singing when you were in the eighth grade? Answer: Oh, yeah.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 1994
Democrat Wallace Knox, 47, is an attorney and has been an elected member of the Board of Trustees of the Los Angeles Community College District since 1987. A resident of Larchmont Village, Knox is married with two children. Republican Robert Davis, 49, is a swimming pool contractor who ran for the same seat two years ago. He is single and lives in West Hollywood.