A valet parking nightmare had a local couple calling Get Marty for help.
A Monroeville mother desperate to stop bullying against her daughter reached out to Get Marty.
The parents of Franklin Regional High School stabber Alex Hribal are speaking out for the first time since the attack four years ago, finally shedding light on a possible motive for the incident that shook their community.
For Shannon Woods, who now lives in Houston, the sight of her ripped apart, burned up luggage was startling.
The suspended Leechburg police chief, who the community once rallied around after a horrific fireworks accident, is speaking out following his arrest earlier this month on felony charges of underage solicitation.
The Pittsburgh Police officer accused of using his Taser on a Downtown Pittsburgh pizza shop employee is no longer on the force.
A Pittsburgh Police officer is under internal investigation for allegedly using a Taser on a Downtown Pittsburgh restaurant employee.
A total stranger has come through for a woman who was prepared to sell everything she owned just to keep her Penn Hills home.
A Perry South family is homeless just days after the Christmas holiday after a fast-moving fire broke out Wednesday afternoon while they were doing some remodeling work.
The greater Pittsburgh area is welcoming a new FBI task force, which will focus on a disturbing increase in violent behavior.
A West Mifflin woman who nearly lost her home when her identity was stolen reached out to Get Marty.
Get Marty: Customer Says Delivery Driver ‘Too Lazy’ To Walk To Her Doorstep, Captures Video Of Him Tossing Package Onto Porch
A local woman was stunned by a clip of surveillance video that shows a driver mishandling her delivery from Amazon.
A Pittsburgh man with a blown out truck engine called Get Marty for help.
A woman claims a moving company held her life hostage for more than five months when they failed to deliver any of her furniture, and even her clothes, when she moved from Delaware to Pittsburgh earlier this year.
Nearly two weeks after she was allegedly assaulted by the mother of one of her elementary school students, a Pittsburgh Public School teacher is speaking out; still unsure if she wants to return to her classroom, but worried if she doesn’t go back, she’ll be letting her students down.