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 man charged in the shooting death of another man in a road rage incident nearly four years ago will serve 12-and-a-half to 25 years in prison.
Two motorcycle gangs were caught on camera getting into a fight outside of a local bar.
It’s a competition like no other, robots going head-to-head in a test of skill and engineering.
A prescription drug ring is allegedly traced back to an area podiatrist.
He got a ticket for running a stop sign, even though video showed he actually stopped.
A Pittsburgh family’s car hit was hit two times by a City Public works salt truck.
A local man who is quadriplegic can’t use his bathroom because of health insurance red tape — and he’s not alone.
Angie Kervelis is sick, very sick with stage four cancer.
We have new details about an investigation at a halfway house.
A major flu outbreak has made for a miserable holiday season for hundreds of local people, and is being blamed for at least one death.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Police officers aren’t patrolling alone these days. They are doubling up in response to a statewide FBI alert about “potential threats” against law enforcement. This follows the shooting deaths of two […]
Police say Unity and Hempfield townships are getting hit hard by thieves.
A popular toy can be hard for parents to get, but one mother was able to do it. Then, the store told her she couldn’t have it. But, this story has a happy ending.
A major shortage of a critical cancer treatment drug led a local couple the KDKA’S Get Marty.
A Leechburg woman fighting two battles reached out to KDKA-TV and Get Marty.