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.
In just a few weeks, a collection of hand-thrown bowls will be part of the nonprofit's ‘Empty Bowls’ fundraiser in downtown Phoenix to help combat food waste and food insecurity.
According to a news release, the full committee hearing is being called "to assess the election ‘audit’ in Maricopa County, Arizona, conducted by Cyber Ninjas, Inc., and how this and similar audits undermine public confidence in elections and threaten our democracy."
FOX 10's Ty Brennan spoke with Charles Blonkenfeld the bagel maker for Bagelfeld's.
Officials say the man had reportedly crawled into the drain near 52nd Avenue and Thunderbird Road a few days ago but was unable to get out.
Dave Peranteau, Odysea’s director of animal care, said the chance of finding an orange lobster in the wild is one in 30 million and the aquarium is really fortunate to have it in its collection now.
A Valley kettle corn business will tell the stories of people they call "everyday heroes" on their latest packaging.
A portion of eastbound US 60 in the West Valley is back open following a crash involving a semi truck earlier on Sept. 20.
“Initial reports were that the entire second floor apartment was consumed with flames and firefighters had to take quick action to keep it from spreading,” said Capt. Scott Douglas.
The shooting was reported near Brown Road and Horne on Sept. 11 at 9 a.m. A 911 dispatcher said they could hear what sounded like an argument on the phone right before a male caller said he was cleaning his gun and shot a woman.
After sitting idle for over a year, ASU's Gammage Theater is set to open for a new season, starting with a showing of Hamilton.