Many Pittsburghers may have forgotten, but the Steelers had the first cheerleading squad in the NFL. The Steelerettes revved up the home crowd from 1961 to 1970. OnQ's Tonia Caruso introduces us to some of the women involved in this little known part of Steelers' history.
Find out the latest news in technology when OnQ's Michael Bartley meets with members of the Pittsburgh Technology Council. They will discuss what advances are being made and who is leading the way.
Revisit Pittsburgh's struggles during the so-called golden era of civil rights, and meet many of the men and women who lit the way for the generations that followed. Hosted by Chris Moore and produced by Minette Seate, Torchbearers is a celebration of lives driven by a greater purpose.
Amid much controversy, the Upper Saint Clair School District decided to drop its International Baccalaureate Program. What exactly is the I.B. program? And how does it differ from traditional advanced-placement courses? OnQ's Tonia Caruso reports.
This innovative program takes teenagers into the woods for a week-long workshop dealing with nature's delicate balance. The summer 2009 Wildlife Leadership Academy session taught the students about managing the deer herd in Pennsylvania.
In an effort to raise awareness of a progressive lung disease called pulmonary hypertension, Allegheny General Hospital cardiologist, Dr. Ray Benza and physician assistant, Jessica Lazar, set out to climb the tallest mountain in Africa. OnQ's Chris Moore has the story of them reaching the top of Mount Kilimanjaro.
The "playground bully" is no longer the biggest threat for would-be victims. The number of kids harrassing others via computer has risen dramatically. OnQ's Michael Bartley reports on the techniques of cyber-bullies, the impact on the victims, and the reaction from schools and lawmakers.
It's a major event designed to raise awareness about hunger and to raise money for The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and Just Harvest. OnQ shows how you can get an amazing piece of pottery while helping those in need.
Political Role and Public Image - Although they are not paid or elected, they are influential figures in U.S. politics. OnQ Contributor Carol Lee Espy takes you on a tour of a unique exhibit of America's First Ladies.
OnQ's Michael Bartley takes viewers to the festive dedication of the Fred Rogers Statue on Pittsburgh's North Shore. Dignitaries, including Fred's widow Joanne Rogers, celebrated his life and service to children. The statue is part of a historic bridge pier.