What's new in pet health care? OnQ contributor Beth Dolinar visits the Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center in Ohio Township, where "high tech" vets are saving lives and offering pet owners the latest in animal care.


Mr. Weinert is a World War II veteran who saw action from right after D-Day to the end of the war in the European Theatre of Operations.


They answered the call to join the military after the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. OnQ's Chris Moore profiles several local women who served their country.


OnQ reports on A+ Schools, an independent, community alliance for public education that's improving student achievement and test scores in the Pittsburgh Public School District. The lessons learned can benefit teachers, students, and board members in all of our region's school districts.


Dave & Dave visit Pittsburgh's Greater International Airport for a look behind, inside and even under the curtain to explain the mystery of just exactly what happens to your suitcase when it disappears behind the ticket counter and magically ends up aboard your plane. And if that weren't enough the foremost expert on airport baggage tells us the one type of bag you should NEVER use!


OnQ contributor Mike Lee takes to the fields of Washington County, Pennsylvania, to hunt for arrow heads. He finds some - dating back to 3000 B.C.


Foreign correspondent Betsy Hiel and photographer Justin Merriman of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review recently spent several weeks in Pakistan. They talk with OnQ's Tonia Caruso about the region, their experiences and the latest developments in the war on terror.


Bodies: The Exhibition, on display at the Carnegie Science Center, is startling, educational and controversial. In this special OnQ special edition, panelists and guests discuss sensitivity, ethics, religion, education and other issues involving the exhibit.


That's California - as in PA. WQED's Rick Sebak and crew discovered a 1938 movie featuring the Washington County town along the Monongahela River. Rick produced this story just for OnQ viewers, highlighting the old film and the folks from the California Area Historical Society who hope to preserve the movie for years to come.


You've seen Chris on OnQ and OffQ. He also hosts Black Horizons - the nation's longest-running public arfairs program for an African-American audience. He's an Emmy Award winning documentary producer. But a favorite gig for Chris Moore is mentor to the young people of Pittsburgh. OnQ contributor Dave Crawley profiles a WQED-TV "institution."

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