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.
Marty Griffin broadcasts live from Howard Hanna in Mt. Lebanon on Thursday from 9AM-Noon!
Harry Brownfield calls the stretch of road that runs in front his house the “Highway from Hell.”
In a cemetery just outside of Cheswick, where hundreds are laid to rest, there is one family visiting loved ones who are both sad and angry.
A dream to redecorate turned into a nightmare for a local family. They were out more than a thousand dollars, and had no furniture to show for it.
It started as a parking ticket on a windshield, a nearly $400 parking ticket, at the North Park Boathouse.
A woman was walking her dog last week when she says a pit bull came out of nowhere and attacked.
Hundreds of people gathered in North Park on Memorial Day for a Wounded Warriors run and walk, including Pennsylvania National Guard Major Mike Clark.
There are more reports of unusually expensive parking tickets at North Park.
Three people were hospitalized following an accident this afternoon in Butler County.
Drivers couldn’t believe their eyes; parking tickets that ordered them to pay hundreds of dollars.
Allegheny County leaders are taking a close look at County Police ticketing practices following a “Get Marty” investigation.
The open road: something Al Miller hasn’t seen in his car in a while.
It’s a sign that makes you wonder, what lawsuit? What pool company? Who could be this angry?
Mayor Bill Peduto named a new public safety director Wednesday. He announced he is hiring FBI Special Agent Stephen Bucar to fill the position.
A South Side bar owner says he may lose his business over flood damage he blames on the on Pittsburgh’s Water and Sewer Authority.