WTTV News Anchor Tim Doty was born and raised in Michigan and spent his entire 20 TV career in “the Mitten”, but is married to an Indiana native and IU grad, so he has plenty of Hoosier credibility! He is thrilled to make the move to Indianapolis, a big city that has so much to see and do while still maintaining that Midwestern mindset and attitude.

Tim started his career in Alpena, Mich., and made stops in Lansing and Grand Rapids, before coming to Indianapolis, where he will anchor WTTV Morning and Noon News. He started his career as a “sports guy” and is excited to be able to watch his Michigan State Spartans play in West Lafayette, Bloomington and right here in the Circle City.

Tim also loves getting out in the community working with Special Olympics and various animal causes. He is a proud husband and father (and cat owner!) who is an avid golfer and traveler and has a second-degree Black Belt in Karate. Tim has also dabbled a bit in acting, appearing in the movie ‘Scream 4’, and the FOX show ‘The Mob Doctor’, he even shot a scene for the ABC drama ‘Detroit 1-8-7’ that was so powerful it was left on the cutting room floor!

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