When a local man was told to fix a problem with his home or face eviction, he called Get Marty.
Google – the largest internet search engine in the world – was listing the wrong information for a local, causing the owner to lose money.
A local Korean War veteran tried for nearly two months to get a phone call from the Veterans Administration and couldn’t. That’s when he knew he had to Get Marty.
A local woman had what she called a “very unsettling” experience at a local restaurant, that’s when she called Get Marty.
Crumbling stairs are causing big problems for people at the South Hills Junction.
The stories are all similar – Jerry Montesano in Shadyside, Pam Zollars on the North Side, Kim Roscoe watched it happen in Greenfield.
When a local business owner’s delivery van was hit by a City of Pittsburgh snow plow and he had a hard time getting the city to pay for the damage, he decided to Get Marty.
A group of citizens with cars frozen to their street reached out to Get Marty.
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 Shadyside man who is taking on the City of Pittsburgh called on Get Marty.
The wife of a local police chief who died in the line of duty reached out to Get Marty for help.
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.
The family of a deceased Navy Veteran caught up in a horrible bureaucratic nightmare reached out to KDKA to “Get Marty.”