They like to be called "the little people" or dwarfs. They know people make fun of them by calling them "midgets" or "shorty." Yet, through all the condescending stares and cruel jokes, the little people triumph by living normal lives just like everyone else.


Michael Bartley reports on what one agency, Project Star, is doing to encourage the adoption of more than 5,000 waiting children in Pennsylvania.


Mr. Morton is a World War II Veteran who looks back about being a flyboy, and what they experienced before each mission.


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.  In this extended interview, Brenda Smith, executive director of the Nine Mile Run Watershed Association and hydraulic engineer Dave Derrick explain how and why the restoration project has been so successful.


This partnership between Carnegie Mellon University's School of Design and local family support centers is helping to prevent obesity while delivering healthy lifestyle messages, tools and services to children and families. OnQ's Chris Moore visits two FitWits Zones in the Pittsburgh region.


The OffQ gang wraps up their discussion on Steeler Ben Roethlisberger, covering his six game suspension and mental evaluation and the question of whether the Steelers will trade him.  The group also covers the Zappala dispute, County Council approving the minimum wage increase and issues being raised with mine safety.


Guests, Dr. Brian Martin and Dr. Beatriz De La Roche, expand on the topics of pediatric and special needs patients in dentistry. From where dentists receive specialty training, to how insurance plays a part in their practices.


OnQ's Michael Bartley sits down for a chat with PBS president and CEO, Paula Kerger. Tune in for the interview.


After three decades of losing seasons, this year's Pitt women's basketball team is on a roll. Tonight, OnQ's Tonia Caruso visits the players and head coach Agnus Berenato. Find out why they'll soon become the hottest ticket in town.


A unique program called Reach Out and Read is helping young children get a head start on reading.

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