churchill, training & wait, oh my!

Another dreary week kept SkyEye 13 from flying the morning show all 5 days. But that didn’t stop this Television News Flight Crew from finding ways to keep busy on the ground. From Churchill to training to waiting for the weather to clear, it was another busy week in Houston, Texas. Please share, like, subscribe and click on link above to see Episode 7.

Rocking around the clock!

A Houston TV News Flight Crew rocks away the week with more hilarious outtakes. Join Helicopter Reporter Tammy Rose, Pilot Samantha Fisher and Mechanics Todd Pierpoint & Sergio Martinez as they navigate issues that arise up in the air and on the ground. New behind the scenes released at least once a month after the ABC 13 morning show! Click on link above to see Episode 5.

tik tok showdown!

From a bunny race to a Tik Tok Showdown, there was no shortage of drama this week for a Television News Flight Crew despite being grounded for most of the week. Join Helicopter Reporter Tammy Rose, Pilot Samantha Fisher and mechanics Todd Pierpoint and Sergio Martinez as they navigate issues that arise from up in the air to on the ground. Click on link above to see Episode 4.

Chasing the story

From a museum heist to a dramatic high speed chase, there was no shortage of drama this week for a television news flight crew in Houston, Texas. Join Helicopter Reporter, Tammy Rose, Pilot Samantha Fisher and mechanics Todd Pierpoint & Sergio Martinez as they navigate issues that arise from up in the air and on the ground. Click on link below to see Episode 3.

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Flying under the weather

From weather to a fuel truck accident, this television news flight crew keeps busy, despite being grounded for most of the week in Houston, Texas. Join Helicopter Reporter Tammy Rose, Pilot Samantha Fisher and Mechanics, Todd Pierpoint & Sergio Martinez as they navigate issues that arise from up in the air and on the ground. Click on link above to see Episode 2.

Helicopter Reporter Tammy Rose

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An all female flight News crew is taking aviation to new heights.

From a hydraulics failure to routine maintenance, there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes of a television news flight crew. Helicopter Reporter Tammy Rose & Pilot Samantha Fisher are the only female flight crew in their company across the country, taking aviation to new heights. Click on link above for more information and don’t forget to subscribe to her YouTube Channel as well as Rose’s other social media sites for updates. Click on link above to see Episode 1.

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An arizona couple says “I do” despite having no wedding party following the covid-19 outbreak.

An Arizona couple is moving ahead with their plans to marry this week despite having no wedding party or guests. Their videographer from Texas rallied the troops from across several states to wish the Bride & Groom the very best from thier homes via video. And needless to say, the little ring girl from Atlanta, Georgia stole the show!

Check out John & Maria’s love story below.

This little ring girl from Atlanta, Georgia stole the show! Click on link below to see this adorable video.

HOA sues elderly couple over flower beds, seeking up to $100,000 in damages

Update: After a year of negotiating with lawyers, a 100,000 lawsuit is finally dropped but not without many scars. The Tadema’s decided to sell and move out of the neighborhood.

Update: Despite dozens of landscapers offering to help an elderly couple following a $100,000 lawsuit filed by Land Tejas over flower beds, the property developer refuses to back down. Click link below.

Update: Despite dozens of landscapers offering to help elderly couple following a $100,000 lawsuit filed by Land Tejas over flower beds, the property developer refuses to back down.

After weathering many storms over their 52 years of marriage including losing a home during Hurricane Harvey, Klaas & Dorothy Tadema never imagined flower beds could force them to potentially lose everything again including their health. Click on link below to view full story.

(Tammy Rose) After working hard and raising five children, retired math teacher Klaas Tadema & his wife Dorothy, a former nurse were excited about spending the rest of their lives in their Dickinson, Texas home. But that dream would soon be shattered after Hurricane Harvey came knocking on their door in 2017.

(Dorothy Tadema) “Almost up to what, 29 inches of water and it was rising and I said to my husband we need to get some help, we need to get out.”

Rising flood waters force Dorthy’s family to evacuate their Dickinson, Texas home in 2017.

(Tammy Rose) The Tadema’s like so many other families in Houston lost just about everything they owned.

(Tammy Rose) That’s what led the married couple of almost 52 years to buy a home in the Texas City Lago Mar Community.

(Klaas Tadema) “We had shopped a bit with the help of some friends for a good place to live and thought we might be happy in a small house in a development like this.”

(Tammy Rose) Known as ‘Dotty’ to her friends and family, gardening has always been this nurse’s passion and is a stress reliever in her life.

(Dorothy Tadema) “The roses are my favorite.”

(Tammy Rose) After living in the Lago Mar community for almost 2 years, the Tadema’s received a notice that they were in violation of the HOA rules because they had not filled out the proper paperwork concerning the layout of their front yard.

(Klaas Tadema) “I understood that if you wanted to add something to your house, put up some sort of building that an architectural approval would be needed and I can find with that kind of thing, yes. I hardly thought that would be applicable to flower beds.”

(Tammy Rose) After paying a $25 application fee and submitting their proposal, Klaas & Dotty received a rejection letter.

(Tammy Rose) While Klaas and his wife thought they were trying to reach a compromise with the HOA, they received an unwelcome gift this Holiday Season, a lawsuit seeking up to 100,000 in damages, citing a 200 dollar a day fine.

(Dorothy Tadema) “As far as fines go, $20,000 maybe, $200 dollars a day so that’s pretty horrific.”

(Klaas Tadema) “If flower beds were really the issue I would say this is a great big laugh but it’s pretty clear that the flower beds are not the issue. These people are simply after one thing and that is money.”

(Tammy Rose) Dotty who just had back surgery and is now disabled, faces another frightening reality, losing another home.

(Dorothy Tadema) “This lawsuit is emotional, something we don’t need in our lives. This is not retirement for me.”

(Tammy Rose) The HOA who has also filed a motion to put a lien on the Tadema’s home have not responded to my request for an interview.

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