The library began offering Braille books in 1907, and now serves an estimated 36 counties in Pennsylvania so that "All May Read."
World War II veteran Clarence Brockman stumbled upon the largest concentration camp on German soil just after the Nazis abandoned it in 1945. The McDonald, PA resident never thought he'd return to that horrific place, but 65 years later, he did - this time to commemorate the liberation of the prisoners.
He's a young man who's always on the go, working in his community and promoting inclusion for people with disabilities. Chaz works for the Pittsburgh Pirates as Manager of Disability Initiatives. OnQ's Tonia Caruso reports.
OnQ's Chris Moore visits the Community Health Clinic of Butler County and talks with the staff and the patients about this much-needed facility north of Pittsburgh. The story focuses particularly on older patients.
This stark, unforgettable exhibit at Pittsburgh's Warhol museum explores how the Nazis used medicine and science in their campaign to eliminate European Jews, the handicapped and others viewed as threats to the "master race."
Two Pittsburgh women work to fight crime with billboards offering rewards in local murders. Valerie Dixon and Debra Germany Morrison both lost their sons to gun violence.
Led by dance instructor Andrew Blight of the Pittsburgh Youth Ballet, these dance classes benefit kids from Child's Way, a daycare program for children with special medical needs.
It's parade season and Western Pennsylvanians love parades. Tonight, we introduce you to local two women who design and build some of the most colorful floats in the region.
Guests from the G20 entourage are being welcomed at Pittsburgh's Andy Warhol Museum. From special installations to world-famous works of art, OnQ's Minette Seate reports on what our international visitors will see. (From 9-23-09)
The Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh is threatening to separate from the National Episcopal Church over the consecration of openly gay Bishop, Gene Robinson of New Hampshire. The controversy has gripped local episcopalians who've staked their positions, and OnQ's Michael Bartley talks with a local man who's caught in the middle.