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 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.
Investigators are still trying to determine who killed an Adams Township woman, but have released new information about what was found in the house.
A Clairton family desperate to recapture lost memories reached out to KDKA and Get Marty.
Next time you’re at the airport, have a seat and watch Marilyn Darnley for a while.
A lot has happened since KDKA broke the story of a former firefighter convicted of arson seen responding to a recent house fire.
A fire on Margaret Street in Mt. Oliver Saturday night destroyed a family’s home.
For Matt and Cassie Snedecor, everyday life brings many challenges.
A gas station in a remote corner of Ohio holds nothing but bad memories for some travelers.
An afternoon walk with the Dudley family was headed to where they rarely need to go: the mailbox.
William Flanigan knows the bus routes on the South Side.
John Fazio’s walks are measured in steps – not distance.
A kitten that survived certain death, only to be left blind, is in need of a caring family and numerous surgeries.
A tree falls in the woods at North Park, a big tree right in the middle of what will soon be a parking lot.
Gov. Tom Corbett says he wants to minimize the disruption if people who are covered through western Pennsylvania’s biggest insurer, Highmark, lose in-network access to the dominant western Pennsylvania hospital system, UPMC.