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.
The State Police reached out to Get Marty to help folks in Kittanning who got scammed.
Lori Davis went to UPMC seeking medical treatment for stomach pain and ended up in jail with a significant number of injuries.
An emotional email from a Uniontown woman got the Get Marty team rolling quickly.
A Cheswick Police officer is facing charges stemming from a domestic abuse incident over the weekend.
An 86-mile portion of the westbound Pennsylvania Turnpike will close for about three hours on Wednesday so crews can retrieve a tractor-trailer over an embankment.
A Bloomfield couple desperate to get the City of Pittsburgh to fix gaping holes in their home reached out to Get Marty.
The Pittsburgh Police reached out to Get Marty with a very special request.
Dozens of Pittsburgh Police officers responded to a downtown parking garage on New Year’s Eve for a parking dispute that turned violent.
Sources have identified the man who was shot by police after allegedly pointing his gun at the officers.
Marty Griffin picked some of his favorite “Get Marty” stories of 2015 as the year winds to a close.
A group of men, who have already given so much, wanted to give even more this holiday season.
Should a state Supreme Court justice be suspended because of his involvement in the so-called “Porngate” scandal?
A man with a history of stalking women was charged Friday for the indecent assault of a high school student in Westmoreland County.
A man accused of strangled his dog had been out on bond since the charges were filed last month, but Thursday, a judge sent him to jail.
A former Pine-Richland business teacher has pleaded guilty to charges of forgery and theft. Now, he’s facing the consequences.