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.
Police say the 53-year-old suspect was knocking on neighbor's doors and asking for a gun so he could commit suicide. When police arrived at the scene, the suspect came out from behind a parked car in the driveway, walked towards officers and told them he had a gun.
The Democratic Senator, who serves as the running mate of former Vice President Joe Biden, visited Arizona on the same day as President Donald Trump's visit to the Grand Canyon State.
With just six days to go before Election Day, President Donald Trump made another visit to Arizona
ON Semiconductor is partnering with AZ Students Recycling Used Technology (AZ StRUT) to accept electronic waste donations on Oct. 28 that will eventually be recycled, refurbished and given to Arizona schools in need.
FOX 10 checks out the voting center that has opened at Gila River Arena ahead of Election Day, Nov. 3.
There's a campaign called 'Real Men Wear Pink' in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, and FOX 10 visited My Sister's Closet to find pops of pink for the men of AZAM.
MTV has come to Roosevelt Row for a nationwide get-out-the-vote event this weekend, featuring art installations from local artists while educating people on the importance of voting.
Mesa will be resuming normal recycling collection activity - with blue and green bins picked up by separate trucks - starting Oct. 26.
Investigators served a search warrant on Oct. 21 at a home near 7th Avenue and Southern in Phoenix. A white box-type SUV matching the description of the suspect vehicle was seen being towed away.
A team from Arizona State University is working with the city of Phoenix on a pilot program studying the use of “cool pavement” to reduce heat island effect, a phenomenon that raises temperatures in urban areas covered by asphalt and concrete.