Looking for some inside juice? Marty Griffin is your man. Born and raised in Shadyside, a graduate of Ohio University and road-tested in Texas, Marty is here to stir things up in his hometown. Marty is also one of the KDKA-TV Investigators. He’s a past recipient of three prestigious Regional Emmys for Outstanding Investigative Reporting and also won a Broadcast Achievement Award for an undercover story about Michael Irvin and the Dallas Cowboys.
He was named the Best Talk Show Host in Pittsburgh in 2008 for the Pittsburgh Achievement in Radio Awards. Marty shakes things up weekdays 9 am to noon on The Voice of Pittsburgh.
Marty and his wife Kristine have two daughters and a son.
A local woman came to KDKA’s Get Marty months ago hoping to get death benefits for her husband, who was the police chief on a local college campus.
Two local newlywed couples who could not get their wedding pictures from photographers reached out to KDKA’S Get Marty.
Students at Plum High School say school they’ve been told not to talk about the ongoing teacher-student sexual relations investigations.
When a local man was told to fix a problem with his home or face eviction, he called Get Marty.
Google – the largest internet search engine in the world – was listing the wrong information for a local, causing the owner to lose money.
Police have charged a Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority worker has been suspended from his job and charged with selling heroin out of one of the authority’s trucks.
A woman accused of providing alcohol to a group of underage teens during a party at her home is heading to trial.
A local Korean War veteran tried for nearly two months to get a phone call from the Veterans Administration and couldn’t. That’s when he knew he had to Get Marty.
The Parkway West is the focus of a renewed effort to get drivers to slow down in work zones.
A teacher in the Pine Richland School District is under investigation for potential inappropriate contact with a minor.
A local woman had what she called a “very unsettling” experience at a local restaurant, that’s when she called Get Marty.
The Corapolis police chief was held for trial Thursday morning for his alleged involvement in a crash that injured a woman in August.
Mysterious canisters placed at a utility pole Wednesday night shut down a busy intersection near a grocery store in Mount Lebanon.
The stories are all similar – Jerry Montesano in Shadyside, Pam Zollars on the North Side, Kim Roscoe watched it happen in Greenfield.
When a local business owner’s delivery van was hit by a City of Pittsburgh snow plow and he had a hard time getting the city to pay for the damage, he decided to Get Marty.