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 sound of a drill in the hands of a craftsman was the sign of a life-changing moment for James Price.
There are some new problems for Pittsburgh’s former mayor.
At least one of the items missing from the office of the Pittsburgh mayor has now been returned.
On a cold, snowy day, imagine walking up or down a set of broken stairs or across a muddy yard.
PennDOT shut down the inbound Fort Pitt Tunnel at 9 p.m. Friday for emergency repairs.
It appears that after a long battle, Pittsburgh Police officers will no longer be required to live within the city.
This is a walk Kimberly Strawn always enjoyed, from her Sharpsburg home to her night shift job at the local Circle K.
It’s a small jewel box with what appears to be a small silver locket inside, but in Jennifer Buhite’s world, it’s so much more than that.
New information is coming out regarding a fire that damaged poplar Market Square restaurant NOLA and several other businesses.
There are new details in the case of the brutal murder of two sisters in East Liberty.
If you met Casey Galbreath you would assume she’s handicapped. But under the circumstances we had to ask.
There are only two ways to get to the Martelli’s home in Economy Borough these days. The long, slick walk in the snow, or the self-described treacherous drive along the edge of a collapsing driveway.
Details are still slow to trickle in surrounding the double murder of two sisters in East Liberty.
Mary Thompson, 93, was shaking and shivering from the cold a month ago when we were called to her home – and then again on Saturday.
It’s not your standard open house, but it’s an open house nonetheless. A couple touched by tragedy and a generous stranger are now joined by kindness and need.