Sextuplets turn four! They're one of Pittsburgh's favorite families and now the Perry sextuplets are celebrating another birthday. OnQ's Tonia Caruso checks in to see how everyone is growing and what life is like now.

She is one of four Freedom Singers, a group formed in 1962, in Albany, Georgia during the Civil Rights movement. During her 2010 visit to Pittsburgh, OnQ profiled Harris and her gospel-inspired freedom songs that inspired generations.

The pride of Pittsburgh sports is celebrating a major milestone. OnQ contributor Mike Lee visits the Heinz History Center exhibit commemorating 75 years of Steelers football.

OnQ goes to the Teddy Bear Hospital of Pittsburgh in the Lawrenceville neighborhood, where "Dr. Jill" restores the love in damaged or worn-out stuffed animals.

OnQ viewers get a sneak preview of the new WQED documentary "Flyboys: Western Pennsylvania's Tuskegee Airmen.

In this half-hour roundtable discussion, WQED's Chris Moore will be joined by fellow media professionals to talk about the coverage of the media and violence. Among the discussion points: How is violence covered by the local media? Can the media actually have a role in reducing violence? What is our influence on the situation?

Two Wilkinsburg residents are growing gardens to fight the blight, and to help rebuild a neighborhood devastated over the years by poverty, drugs and drive-by shootings.

OnQ begins a new series focusing on everyone's goal of living longer and living better. While seniors face the increased likelihood of illnesses such as hypertension and diabetes, the population of people 65 is expected to grown in numbers by the year 2020.  OnQ takes a look at this growing population and talked with a local geriatrician and an orthopaedic surgeon about what older people can do to stay physically fit as they age.

While there are support groups for the more than 5 million Americans diagnosed with Alzheimer's, only one nonprofit agency has the sole mission of funding research for a cure. OnQ's Michael Bartley reports on the Cure Alzheimer's Fund, co-founded by a Pittsburgh couple.

OnQ profiles the Pittsburgh mother of a nine year old boy diagnosed with autism at age 3, and reports on two University of Pittsburgh studies aimed at helping healthcare providers diagnose autism earlier.