Many people think of midwifery as a thing of the past. But more and more women are opting to have their babies the natural way.  OnQ visits the Midwife Center in Pittsburgh's Strip District.


Preservationists are working to save the grand old Victorian home on Apple Street in Pittsburgh's Homewood neighborhood - and for good reason. It was the birthplace of Mary Cardwell Dawson's National Negro Opera Company which launched careers and opened doors. Nicknamed "Mystery Manor," the house also hosted famous African-American entertainers, athletes and business people who were denied hotel rooms when visiting Pittsburgh. OnQ reports on Madame Dawson's Opera Company, the now-dilapidated home's glorious history and the efforts to preserve it.


They handle everything from success stories to death sentences: nurses who deal with cancer every day. How do you measure the expertise and value of an oncology nurse? Ask the patient... and we do.


This week the gang discusses the effects of the recent snow storm and how the city has responded to it, the passing of Rep. John Murtha, and Rendell's proposed sales tax cut.  Special Guest:  Donald Scales.


Tonight the gang discusses Mayor Ravenstahl's deadline for the tuition tax, Obama's Nobel Prize acceptance speech, and the loss of another Pittsburgh police officer. 


This one hour special focuses on helping kids deal with key issues that impact their health. Bullying .... self esteem ... preventing childhood obesity with physical activity and better nutrition ... and grieving the loss of a family member or friend.


The blooms are beautiful at the 2009 Spring Flower Show at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Pittsburgh's Oakland neighborhood. OnQ takes you on a colorful tour.


As part of OnQ's ongoing series on education reform, Michael Bartley takes viewers on an in-depth visit to Propel Schools in the Pittsburgh area.


With much to consider in the overall subject of Pennsylvania transportation - these topics are always on the minds of regional taxpayers.


OnQ visits the Carnegie Museum of Natural History to investigate the science of what animals leave behind. OnQ contributor Anji Corley reports.

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