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.
Police are investigating a home invasion that may be the case of mistaken identity.
Mary Thompson is horribly cold. A towel wrapped around her head, a blanket around her body, her hands shaking violently from the cold.
A brick on a gas stove, the burner on high. This is heat in a Polish Hill apartment with no working furnace.
Several crews are on the scene of a large fire at a business in Aliquippa.
Some Allegheny County employees are being accused of manipulating the system to earn higher pensions, and it is costing taxpayers millions of dollars.
A famed local defense attorney died Wednesday after spending decades working one sensational case after another.
There are few words to describe much of what was found in a local woman’s McKees Rocks home.
For 85-year-old Margaret Tolbert and her son Jamie, the walk to her bank is a painful one.
If you want to get a driver’s license, normally you go to the center, take the test, pass and get your license.
A local woman says she paid for her pet to be laid to rest, but it has yet to do so.
A traveling medical technician was sentenced Monday to 39 years in prison for stealing painkillers and infecting dozens of patients in four states with hepatitis C through tainted syringes.
It was a call for help for a Habitat for Humanity project in Westmoreland County.
A former police officer has been convicted of throwing a handcuffed prisoner into a holding cell, causing the man serious injury.
A man has sued a western Pennsylvania township police department alleging he was wrongfully arrested on a child-luring charge even though he and his vehicle – and its license plate number – didn’t match the description initially given by the victim.
Two state senators, one a Republican and the other a Democrat, are planning to introduce a bill to legalize a certain form of marijuana for medicinal use in Pennsylvania.