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Tama Davis Biography

Tama Davis is the wife of Mike Davis who has been working as a meteorologist since 1987. Mike holds the American Meteorological Society Seal of Approval and the AMS Certificate of Broadcast Meteorology. He’s even served on the AMS Board of Broadcast Meteorology.


Tama Davis is the wife of Mike Davis who has been working as a meteorologist since 1987. Mike holds the American Meteorological Society Seal of Approval and the AMS Certificate of Broadcast Meteorology. He’s even served on the AMS Board of Broadcashttps://wikiagebio.com/tama-davis-wife-mike-davis-bio-wiki-age-family/ 

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Tama Davis Education

Tama Davis is a graduate of Ohio State University

Tama Davis Career

She was a producer with WBNS-TV between 1987 and 1999.

Tama Davis Husband

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10TV meteorologist Mike Davis charged with pandering child pornography

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — WBNS Meteorologist Mike Davis has been charged with child pornography.  According to court documents, Davis was arrested and charged with pande…


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Tama is married Mike Davis and this couple shares three children and One of the couple’s children, Logan Davis, was a goaltender with Ohio State University during his time at the school between 2013 and 2017.

Mark Davis Accused

Recently, he was accused of possessing child pornography by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office in Columbus. Later, he was arrested on Thursday morning and was booked into the Franklin County Jail pending arraignment in Franklin County Municipal Court Friday morning.



BREAKING: 10TV meteorologist Mike Davis has been arrested on child pornography charges.

He was charged with pandering sexually oriented matter involving a minor, a second-degree felony. http://bit.ly/2MV3qFf 

10TV meteorologist Mike Davis arrested on child pornography charges

10TV Meteorologist Mike Davis was jailed on child pornography charges Thursday. Davis was charged withpandering sexually oriented matter involving a minor, a second-degree felony. He was scheduled to…


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Mark Davis Arrested

Court documents allege on August 5, Davis knowingly advertised for sale or dissemination, sell, distribute, transport, an image of a young girl participating or engaging in sexual activity.



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LIVE: The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is sharing details after 10TV Meteorologist Mike Davis was arrested on child pornography charges. https://bit.ly/2kkv9T

The arrest was made by a detective from the sheriff’s office’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, according to court documents.

Mark Davis Charged

Mike Davis charged with pandering sexually oriented matter involving a minor, according to a report from WBNS.

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Mike Davis is an American writer, political activist, urban theorist, and historian. He is best known for his investigations of power and social class in his native Southern California.

Mike Davis Age

Mike Davis age is 74 years

Mike Davis Early Life

Born in Fontana, California and raised in El Cajon, California, Davis’ education was punctuated by stints as a meat cutter, truck driver, and a Congress of Racial Equality and Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) activist. He briefly studied at Reed College in the mid-1960s but did not begin his academic career in earnest until the early 1970s, when he earned BA and MA degrees but did not complete the Ph.D. program in History from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Davis has stated that one of the moments prompting him returning to study after working was a violent strike, “I had this job with a bus-tour company when suddenly this insanely violent strike broke out. A strikebreaker ran a bus over one of our guys, and next thing I knew I was in a room with forty guys voting on whether each of us is gonna put up $400 to hire a hitman to kill the head of the strikebreakers. I said, ‘Hey, guys, this is just crazy,’ and made the best speech of my life. I was outvoted thirty-nine to one. I thought to myself, ‘Typical American workers’; I think I said ‘pussies.’ Instead of coming up with a political strategy, they reach for their guns as soon as they see a scab driving their bus. And here I am about to become a freshman at UCLA, and I’m going to get arrested for criminal conspiracy.”

He was a 1996–1997 Getty Scholar at the Getty Research Institute and received a MacArthur Fellowship Award in 1998. He won the Lannan Literary Award for Nonfiction in 2007.

He is married to Mexican artist Alessandra Moctezuma and lives in Pāpaʻaloa, Hawaii.

Mike Davis Career

Davis is a Distinguished Emeritus Professor in the Department of Creative Writing at the University of California, Riverside, and an editor of the New Left Review. Davis has taught urban theory at the Southern California Institute of Architecture and at Stony Brook University before he secured a position at the University of California, Irvine’s history department. He also contributes to the British monthly Socialist Review, the organ of the British Socialist Workers Party. As a journalist and essayist, Davis has written for, among others, The Nation and the UK’s New Statesman.

He is a self-defined international socialist and “Marxist-Environmentalist”. He writes in the tradition of socialists/architects/regionalism advocates such as Lewis Mumford and Garrett Eckbo, whom he cites in Ecology of Fear. His early book, Prisoners of the American Dream, was an important contribution to the Marxist study of U.S. history, political economy, and the state, as well as to the doctrine of revolutionary integrationism, as Davis, like Trotskyists such as Max Shachtman, Richard S. Fraser, James Robertson, as well as French anarchist Daniel Guérin, argued that the struggle of blacks in the U.S. was for equality, that this struggle was an explosive contradiction fundamental to the U.S. bourgeois republic, that only socialism could bring it about, and that its momentum would someday be a powerful contribution to a socialist revolution in the U.S.

Davis is also the author of two fiction books for young adults: Land of The Lost Mammoths and Pirates, Bats and Dragons.

Mike Davis Criticisms and reviews

Reviewers have praised Davis’ prose style and his exposés of economic, social, environmental and political injustice. His book Planet of Slums inspired a special issue of Mute magazine on global slums.

In spite of the popular success of Davis’ critical studies, they have been criticized. Los Angeles communications professional Jill Stewart labeled Davis a “city-hating socialist” in the New Times Los Angeles. These views were brought to a broader audience in Salon.com.

According to Todd Purdum’s unfriendly 1999 piece, Davis “acknowledged fabricating an entire conversation with a local environmentalist, Lewis McAdams, for a cover story he wrote for L.A. Weekly a decade ago (in the late 1980s); he defends it as an early attempt at journalistic scene-setting.” However, in his October 2004 Geography article, “That Certain Feeling: Mike Davis, Truth, and the City,” Kevin Stannard held that this “controversy is explained by Davis’s ambiguous balancing of academic research and reportage”.

Jon Wiener has defended Davis in The Nation, maintaining that his critics are political opponents exaggerating the significance of small errors.

Some academic leftists have also criticized Davis’s focus on modern urban structures. In a review essay on “City of Quartz,” geographer Cindi Katz criticized its apocalypticism as masculinist and tied it to the flattening of people’s subjectivity as they are made into “characters” more than social actors. Citing Jane Jacobs’ attacks upon Lewis Mumford in her Death and Life of Great American Cities, Andy Merrifield (MetroMarxism, Routledge 2002) wrote that Davis’ analysis was “harsh” (p. 170). Davis’ work, particularly Planet of Slums, has been criticized by Merrifield and urban studies professor Tom Angotti as “anti-urban” and “overly apocalyptic”.

These critics charge that Davis fails to focus on activist groups among the poor and working-class in solving problems—as advocated by Manuel Castells and Marshall Berman.

As he states in Planet of Slums, however, Davis is not interested in such a “reformist” approach. He argues that most reforms have failed because they treat the symptoms rather than the cause: economic and political inequality. He argued in Ecology of Fear[14] that realistic solutions lie in a radical transformation of the city and of capitalism by the global working-class, as Lewis Mumford and Garrett Eckbo advocated.

Awards and honors

  • 1996–1997: Getty Scholar at the Getty Research Institute
  • 1998: MacArthur Fellowship
  • 2002: World History Association Book Prize, Late Victorian Holocausts
  • 2007: Lannan Literary Award for Nonfiction