At the age of 17, Jeremy Nagel story made headlines when he was shot and paralized while coming to the aid of a friend who was being robbed. Now at the age of 27, Jeremy speaks with reported Harold Hayes about his emotional decade of highs and lows.
Not many people have successfully climbed Mount Everest, but Robinson Township watchmaker Michael Kobold did, on his very first attempt. OnQ's Chris Moore talked to Kobold about the hardship of his journey and his decision to climb the highest mountain in the world.
OnQ begins its new series on education reform in the region with this report that explores a new program in the Pittsburgh Public Schools system. Michael Bartley takes viewers into a unique school, University Prep, with a strict dress code, longer classes, and an emphasis on getting into college.
Pittsburgh's oldest continually operating performing arts group, the Mendelssohn Choir, celebrates its 100th anniversary with looks back from choir members, and a sneak peek at what's ahead for a special anniversary performance.
OnQ's Michael Bartley reports on the North Allegheny High School Band---the only band from Pennsylvania selected to march in the Presidential Inaugural Parade.
Nursing work is tough enough on the ground, but imagine doing the job in a helicopter. OnQ follows a flight nurse on a STAT MedEvac patient transport.
Every Friday night, LIVE at 7:30 p.m., OnQ... is OffQ! It’s a spirited review of the week’s hottest topics and controversial headlines. Host Chris Moore is joined by regular panelists John McIntire, Heather Heidelbaugh, Valerie McDonald Roberts and Bill Green.
The panel discusses topics such as the Fort Hood shooting, a tuition tax for students, the Allegheny County property assesments, and the new texting while driving law.
Ovarian Cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer. Tonight, OnQ takes you inside a local lab where researchers are working on a screening test for women. Plus, you'll meet a local woman battling the disease. See how she's working to raise awareness and hope for the future.
You might know that the polio vaccine and the Ferris Wheel were invented here in Pittsburgh, but there are countless other inventions and innovations that got their start here too.OnQ's Tonia Caruso looks at some of the surprising Pittsburgh Firsts!