Ty is thrilled to join the FOX 10 News team. Ty co-anchors the Saturday Arizona Morning show and reports on various stories during the week.
Ty grew up in the ski town of Park City, Utah and attended the University of Utah where he graduated with degrees in Mass Communication and Spanish.
Prior to coming to FOX 10, Ty worked in Idaho and most recently in Denver, Colorado where he reported on the most devastating wildfires in state history.
In his spare time, Ty enjoys running, traveling, hanging out with his dog, Hank and putting his pilot's license to good use over the skies of Arizona.
The city of Surprise is the latest Arizona city to suspend its curbside recycling program due to high costs. But the city of Phoenix is trying a high-tech approach to their recycling program.
A Valley mother says she tried everything to help her daughter deal with daily, debilitating seizures, but no medication was helping. That's when she turned to something else she never imagined, medical marijuana.
A Phoenix-based center that caters to homeless seniors is in serious danger of closing its doors, leaving hundreds of people who depend on them in the balance.
Training on the job can sometimes be difficult, especially in a field such as roofing. That's why one Valley company has created a way to virtually train employees.
Phoenix Police arrested a man after he broke into two homes and attempted to sexually abuse a woman.
Opioids continue to be a dangerous killer in Arizona. According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, there have been 564 opioid related deaths since June. FOX 10's Ty Brennan has the story of one young person's struggle with opioids.