Get Marty: Couple’s Damaged Car Gets Locked In Bankrupt BusinessA West View couple, desperate to get their damaged car out of a bankrupt business, reached out to Get Marty.
Get Marty: Transgender Student Challenges Bathroom Policy At Norwin High SchoolA Norwin High School student, challenging the policies at his school for equal access, reached out to Get Marty for help.
Get Marty: Woman Gives Back, Offers Free Daycare To Connellsville Flood VictimsA Connellsville daycare center owner with a big heart reached out to Get Marty.
Get Marty: Family Pleads For Action To Repair Broken Utility Pole With High Voltage LinesA Baldwin/Whitehall family reached their breaking point in a battle with three utility companies.
Get Marty: Parents Donate Late Son’s Unused Medical Equipment To Families With Special NeedsIt’s a Get Marty that has received an overwhelming response.
Get Marty: Delmont Plagued By Canada Geese InvasionA Delmont community has a big problem with Canada geese.
Get Marty: Local Families Want To Donate Medical Equipment To Those In NeedTwo local families who lost loved ones contacted Get Marty to try to find needing homes for expensive medical equipment.
Woman With MS Asks 'Get Marty' For Help Caring For Her LawnWhen a Ross woman battling Multiple Sclerosis and cancer needed help, she reached out to Get Marty.
Get Marty: Former Steeler Issues Online Statement, Apology For Graffiti TagsIt now appears as if a former Pittsburgh Steelers running back is apologizing for what is described as a significant amount of illegal graffiti on local bike trails.
Get Marty: Graffiti Tags Along Great Allegheny Passage Trail InvestigatedPittsburgh Police are investigating an act of graffiti vandalism that has targeted dozens of locations along the Great Allegheny Passage bike trails near Homestead.
Get Marty: PennDOT Still Working To Fix Tire Slashing Metal PlatesPennDOT is still trying to fix a problem with jersey barriers and slashed tires following a Get Marty report.
Get Marty: Man Reunites With Officers Who Saved His LifeA Carnegie man wanted to thank a few police officers who helped save his life.

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