The Inside Story with Marty Griffin
A talk program capitalizing on Griffin’s strengths as an investigative reporter. Griffin goes in-depth on the issues of the day, solves listener problems and brings scams to light.
It’s almost that time of year again – pothole season.
Mayor Bill Peduto and Allegheny County Chief Executive Rich Fitzgerald joined Marty Griffin in studio on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA’s monthly “Ask the Leaders”.
Earlier this year, former State Rep. Bill DeWeese was released from prison after finishing his sentence for political corruption.
It appears that after a long battle, Pittsburgh Police officers will no longer be required to live within the city.
Two state senators, one a Republican and the other a Democrat, are planning to introduce a bill to legalize a certain form of marijuana for medicinal use in Pennsylvania.
Healthcare.gov enrollment numbers are lower than expected.
The NTSB has proposed to states to lower the blood-alcohol content in drunk driving incidents. Marty can’t seem to figure out why people would argue against this?
Marty Griffin asks Gov. Tom Corbett why he had a change of mind regarding the NCAA sanctions after stating on July 23 that the sanctions were to be accepted.
Retired Navy Seal, Lew Knopp, joined Marty Griffin to talk about the upcoming Presidential election.
KDKA Radio’s Marty Griffin talks with Governor Tom Corbett about why he believed reporters’ questions about his involvement in the Sandusky investigation as former attorney general were “out of line.”
Marty Griffin talks with Louise Bradley, one of Jane Orie’s ex-aides as the former senator spends her first days in prison.
Kathie Tomajko was a bus driver for over 30 years. However, because of the new Act 24 law in Pennsylvania Kathie lost her job because of a DUI back in 1979 when she was 19.
A North Side man claims he was assaulted by Pittsburgh Police after being pulled over for “minor traffic violations.”
Marty Griffin talks with KDKA Money and Politics editor Jon Delano about election day.
Marty Griffin talks with businessman D. Raja and State Representative Mark Mustio about the negative ads they’ve both used in the Republican primary campaign for the Senate seat.