Tyler anchors weekends.
Tyler joined the News 13 team in November 2017.
Tyler grew up in McKinney, Texas and graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. While at BYU, he was a sports reporter for the school's weekly sports show, and he anchored the sports block for KBYU's newscasts. He also interned for the NBC affiliate KSL in Salt Lake City. He was also a radio news anchor for Classical 89 in Provo, UT.
Tyler loves watching all sports, especially the NBA. He is a big fan of Dallas sports, and he's excited to be acquainted with another Cowboys team now that he's in Wyoming.
Besides sports, Tyler loves playing and listening to music, hiking, and spending time with his adorable daughter and wife. After spending the past few years in Utah, they are very excited they don't have to say goodbye to the mountains.
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