Get Marty: Woman Seeking Medical Treatment Ends Up In Jail, With Serious InjuriesLori Davis went to UPMC seeking medical treatment for stomach pain and ended up in jail with a significant number of injuries.
Get Marty: Woman Suffering From Chronic Back Pain Gets New MattressAn emotional email from a Uniontown woman got the Get Marty team rolling quickly.
Get Marty: Judge’s Ruling Allows UPMC To Acquire Jameson Hospital, Keeping It In New CastleUncertainty over the future nearly cost hundreds of people their jobs.
Get Marty: City Changes Policies For Razing Dilapidated HomesFolks across Pittsburgh have complained about jobs started by the city that aren’t finished.
Get Marty: Neighborhood Construction Leaves Gaping Holes In Bloomfield HomeA Bloomfield couple desperate to get the City of Pittsburgh to fix gaping holes in their home reached out to Get Marty.
Get Marty: Confidential Informant Gets Reward For Leading Police To Shooting SuspectThe Pittsburgh Police reached out to Get Marty with a very special request.
Marty Griffin Reflects On His Favorite "Get Marty" Segments Of 2015Marty Griffin picked some of his favorite "Get Marty" stories of 2015 as the year winds to a close.
Get Marty: Veterans Bring Christmas Miracle To Family In NeedA group of men, who have already given so much, wanted to give even more this holiday season.
Get Marty: Man Wrongfully Arrested No Longer Faces ChargesA local man is getting his life back after being arrested for a crime he didn't commit, locked up for weeks, then mistakenly arrested a second time after getting out of jail.
Man Accused Of Shooting Innocent Woman Expected To Stand TrialA Knoxville woman credits a Get Marty story with helping her identify a man charged with shooting her in the chest.
Get Marty: Retired State Trooper Battling Cancer Gets New TruckA local car dealer stepped up big time to help a Pennsylvania State Police trooper who is battling cancer.
Get Marty: PWSA Sends Another Incorrect $12,000 Water BillAmanda Fisher opened her mail recently and found a water bill for more than $12,000. That’s when she called "Get Marty."