It may be cold outside but it's a balmy 80 plus degrees in the Wetlands of the Americas room at the National Aviary. OnQ correspondent Tonia Caruso introduces us to the newest birds to call the Aviary home -- three baby flamingos.

Original airdate: Mar 06, 2015

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.

Original airdate: Jun 10, 2010

State budget cuts forced it to close for eight months before operations were taken over by the Heinz History Center in the Strip District. Today, the newly re-opened Fort Pitt Museum has a cleaner, fresher look with life-like figures and recently added artifacts.

Original airdate: Jun 10, 2010

This urban stream in Frick Park, in Pittsburgh's East End, is one of the finest examples of aquatic ecosystem restoration in the United States. OnQ reports on the Nine Mile Run Watershed Association initiatives that have been so successful.

Original airdate: Jun 03, 2010

The land where the Clarion River meets the Allegheny is rich with history and natural beauty. And now the little town that's perched there is enjoying a tourism boom, thanks in part to a strange but snazzy way to tool around. OnQ contributor Beth Dolinar has the story of Foxburg and its Segway Tours.

Original airdate: May 26, 2010

A new, innovative brain surgery at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh can pinpoint the microscopic-sized area of the brain causing epileptic seizures in children. OnQ's Michael Bartley hosts a discussion with Children's Hospital physicians, Dr. Deborah Holder and Dr. Elizabeth Tyler-Kabara.

Original airdate: Apr 12, 2010

OnQ reports on a former commercial building in Westmoreland County that has gone through complete "green rehabilitation." Named GreenForge, the building is used to demonstrate cutting edge conservation, alternative energy and green building features.

Original airdate: Apr 06, 2010

For years, it was a Pittsburgh community in steep decline but that's all starting to change. Great strides are now being made in Garfield and the Penn Avenue Corridor and OnQ's Tonia Caruso takes us to this neighborhood and community on a comeback.

Original airdate: Mar 31, 2010

After an explosive blew up in U.S. Marine and Iraq War Veteran Josh Maloney's hand, he went on living without a right hand. That was until a human donor offered a new hand and Pittsburgh doctors successfully transplanted it. OnQ's Michael Bartley talks with Maloney of Brentwood, Pennsylvania about the extraordinary transplant surgery and how it's brought normalcy to his life.

Original airdate: Mar 10, 2010

OnQ looks into a pioneering public policy called Pennsylvania's Fresh Food Financing Initiative which makes fresh food more accessible in underserved communities, where obesity is prevalent.

Original airdate: Mar 04, 2010