This half-hour episode focuses on the ongoing transformation of Pittsburgh's Garfield neighborhood with the help of community leaders, businesses and neighbors who care.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review investigative reporter Carl Prine and photojournalist Justin Merriman recently returned from a special assignment covering the Haiti earthquake. They share their compelling stories and photographs with OnQ viewers.
How will America's new leadership handle the health insurance challenges? How will consumers be affected? How should the public position itself in the meantime?
11-year old Justin McCord, a sixth grade student at Dickson Intermediate School, was selected to attend the 2009 Presidential Inauguration as part of a youth leadership program. OnQ's Tonia Caruso talked with Justin about an experience he'll never forget.
At the age of 17, Jeremy Nagel made headlines when he was shot and paralyzed while coming to the aid of a friend who was being robbed. Now, at the age of 27, Jeremy speaks with reporter 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 so 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.
OnQ's Michael Bartley takes a closer look at local services for people suffering from mental illness. Featured in the report: a man from McKeesport who is bipolar and often attempted suicide before getting life-saving help and ongoing assistance at Mon-Yough Community Services.