Marty has been carrying the torch for consumers for several years. He brings his experience back to the Pittsburgh area where he was a well known investigative reporter. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Ohio University.
Marty has won many awards for reporting and investigative journalism. He won a Regional Emmy for Outstanding Investigative Reporting. He has also won a Broadcast Achievement Award for an Investigative Series on a Probe of the Dallas Cowboys and Michael Irvin from The Heartland Foundation of Texas.
He is happy to return to KDKA-TV and to the Pittsburgh area where he was born and raised — and a large portion of his family still resides.
Marty is married to KDKA-TV Reporter/Anchor Kristine Sorensen. They have two daughters and a son.
A sixth grade girls’ basketball coach from Beaver County accused of raping teenage girls reportedly called his family to ask for money, but they say they are “done with him.”
A local politician has been suspended from his day job with the state Revenue Department, accused of sexual harassment.
A teen will stand trial after he allegedly set fire to his home, which badly injured three family members.
Police are urging Mount Lebanon residents to lock up their property following a series of vehicle break-ins this summer.
A Baldwin/Whitehall family reached their breaking point in a battle with three utility companies.
Homicide charges have been filed against a Fayette County man after another man was found dead in his home.
It’s a Get Marty that has received an overwhelming response.
A Delmont community has a big problem with Canada geese.
Pittsburgh Police and other local agencies are preparing after calls for protests on Friday in a number of cities.
A man wanted in connection with a fatal shooting in Burgettstown in April has surrendered to police.
Much of the chatter heard before you get to Canonsburg is about the chairs.
It now appears as if a former Pittsburgh Steelers running back is apologizing for what is described as a significant amount of illegal graffiti on local bike trails.
A Carnegie man wanted to thank a few police officers who helped save his life.
PennDOT has ordered a potentially dangerous stretch of roadway fixed following a Get Marty report.
The safety director at a local trucking company saw a dangerous situation developing along a local highway and called “Get Marty.”