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  1. Jeeves Anthrozaur

    January 14, 2020 at 5:52 am

    As God as my witness, I never thought I'd see the LSU Tigers have a season like this

  2. BRIAN HERRIEN

    January 14, 2020 at 7:27 am

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Cultural Climate & Invention – Houston Public Media

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Episode: 1814 Cultural climate, invention, and labor-saving achieved through labor.  Today, an unexpected cause for invention.

Episode: 1814 Cultural climate, invention, and labor-saving achieved through labor.  Today, an unexpected cause for invention.

 

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Realtor of the Week: Amber Moyse’s experience spells success for clients

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Whether you are buying or selling for the first time, the process should be an exciting time and experience.

“If you miss out on one opportunity, there will be others and the right home for you is out there. Don’t get discouraged, move forward and have faith in the process. This is why it is important to work with a Realtor who is passionate about real estate and your needs are their priority,” said Amber Moyse, a Realtor with Beth Wolff Realtors Real Living.

Moyse is a native Houstonian and attended the University of Houston. She has been in real estate for 17 years.

“After graduating from the University of Houston with a bachelor’s degree in consumer science, I worked for a well-known watch manufacturer and brands for 14 years where I was regional director,” Moyse said.


Sharpening skills

Through her education and past experiences, she was able to sharpen her management and marketing skills, enhance her ability to understand consumers and trends, develop a strong eye for design and visual presentation, and build top client-relations skills. She puts all of this experience and more into the work she does for her buyers and sellers.

Moyse’s experiences, not only in her career path, but also her personal life, have strengthened her ability to communicate on a personal level. She is also a hard worker and very motivated, serving as a strong advocate for her clients.

She takes pride in knowing her clients are well satisfied and had a pleasurable experience through the transaction process.

“I am passionate about real estate and serving my clients. I love the fact that real estate allows me to put all my experiences to work to help my clients achieve their real estate goals and find the home that fits their needs. I also take pride in knowing my clients’ expectations are only achieved through my listening, problem-solving, marketing, negotiating, a lot of hard work, and I love what I do,” Moyse said.

Moyse is also an award-winning Realtor, having qualified as one of the firm’s Top Producers of 2019.

She works in multiple markets, but mainly the River Oaks area, Heights, Oak Forest, Bellaire, West University, and Galveston. She has called the inner Loop home for over 30 years, so she knows the area well, which her clients appreciate.


She and her husband also have a home in Galveston, and she enjoys showing all the island has to offer to clients.

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Triple shooting spreads police department across central Houston

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HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Houston police took to Twitter to share information with neighbors about three shootings that happened on Saturday evening. HPD said officers were working on the northeast side within the 5100 block of Wylie St. where one shooting happened.

The victim in this incident has been transported to Lyndon B. Johnson hospital in unknown conditions.

Another shooting led police to west Harris County in the 11500 block of Briar Forest Dr. One victim was quickly transported to a local hospital. Their condition remains unknown.

Officers are also still investigating a shooting that took place at 3500 Chimira Lane in South Houston. An innocent bystander was transported to Ben Taub.

Around 10:30 p.m., officers responded to reports of a man who was shot near Little York at Easter street. Officials attempted to perform CPR, however,the victim died after being transported to the hospital. The suspect fled in an older model champagne colored Lincoln.

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