Jail Court

OnQ's Michael Bartley takes you on a unique visit inside the Allegheny County Jail, where inmates now appear before a judge without ever leaving the high-security jail facility. It's saving taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars while alleviating security concerns.


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Throughout the month of October, young adult professionals from various middle east communities and religions will visit the Pittsburgh area to build tolerance and coexistence. Michael Bartley sits down to a discussion with group of these adults.


We are serving up another great episode of our on-going series “What’s Cooking in Politics”. This special edition of OnQ contains two get things that get your mouth moving… cooking and talking politics! Host Joe Mistick makes “Manicotti Rosemarie” with U.S. Congressman Mike Doyle of Pittsburgh.


The Urban Impact Foundation Choir is comprised of middle and high school students from Pittsburgh’s North Side and beyond. OnQ visits with choir directors and UIF founders to discover how music gives the at-risk youth direction and hope.


Alicia Kozakiewicz of Pittsburgh was only 13 when she was kidnapped and assaulted by a man she met on the internet. Now a young adult, Alicia educates young people and parents on the importance of internet safety. This is a short feature on her story. See also the 30 minute documentary Alicia's Message: I'm Here To Save Your Life.


Dr. Marcela Bohm-Velez is a local radiologist who not only helps patients in Pittsburgh, but educates doctors and patients throughout South America. OnQ's Tonia Caruso reports on the doctor's life-saving work in countries where cancer detection and survival rates are low.


Everyday people take on the role of cops at the Pennsylvania State Police Citizen's Police Academy. OnQ reports on the experience of learning to think and act like law enforcement.


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