Marty Griffin

griffin Marty GriffinMarty Griffin returned to KDKA-TV as an Investigative Reporter in April of 2003.

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.

Photo: Kristine Sorensen

Canonsburg Celebrates 4th Of July With Parade

Much of the chatter heard before you get to Canonsburg is about the chairs.


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Get Marty: Former Steeler Issues Online Statement, Apology For Graffiti Tags

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.


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Get Marty: Man Reunites With Officers Who Saved His Life

A Carnegie man wanted to thank a few police officers who helped save his life.


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Get Marty: PennDOT Fixes Tire-Slashing Metal Plates Along Route 65

PennDOT has ordered a potentially dangerous stretch of roadway fixed following a Get Marty report.


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Get Marty: Metal Plates Slashing Tires On Stretch Of Route 65

The safety director at a local trucking company saw a dangerous situation developing along a local highway and called “Get Marty.”


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Get Marty: Zika Scare Makes Mess Of Man’s Vacation To Puerto Rico

The Zika virus scare has made a mess out of a North Hills man’s plans to fly to Puerto Rico and watch the Pittsburgh Pirates play baseball. That’s when he called Get Marty.


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Get Marty: Leaders Taking Action After Discovery Of Cop Killer’s Websites

The Pennsylvania Republic State House leader promises to do the best he can to pass new legislation prohibiting prison inmates from having “Pen Pal” web sites.


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Get Marty: PennDOT Steps Up After Roadside Memorial Theft

PennDOT stepped up big time for a woman asking ‘Get Marty’ for help.


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Get Marty: Family Heartbroken Over Roadside Memorial Theft

A construction worker’s widow says she feels thieves are taunting her family after a roadside memorial to her husband has now been stolen more than once.


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Pa. Speaker Of The House Calls Poplawski’s Online Posts “Intolerable,” Lawmakers Promise Action

The Stanton Heights man convicted of shooting and killing three Pittsburgh Police officers now appears to be looking online for female pen pals while he’s on death row.


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Get Marty: Convicted Cop Killer’s Websites “Disturbing, Disgusting,” Mayor Vows To Get Them Removed

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and his administration are vowing to use any legal means available to get a website and online profile, set up by a man convicted of fatally shooting three Pittsburgh Police officers, removed from the Internet.


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Get Marty: Local Family Deals With Home Remodeling Nightmare

A local family reached out to Get Marty desperate for help with a bad contractor.


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Get Marty: Mom Calls For Park Dedicated To Fallen Officer To Be Cleaned Up

A mother of three little league baseball players put out a desperate call for help to Get Marty.


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Get Marty: Veteran’s Mother Pleads For Help For Her Son

The mother of a U.S. Marine Corps veteran in an emergency situation reached out to KDKA’s Get Marty.


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EXCLUSIVE: Former Sergeant Accused Of Assault Speaks Out

A former Pittsburgh Police sergeant, accused of using excessive force, has been ordered by a judge to stand trial on charges of simple assault and official oppression.




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