Pennsylvania Digs

OnQ contributor Mike Lee takes to the fields of Washington County, Pennsylvania, to hunt for arrow heads. He finds some - dating back to 3000 B.C.


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Mr. Whitlock is a World War II Veteran who was in the first group of African American Marines to be sent oversees to fight in the Pacific Theatre of Operations.


That's the motto of the Pittsburgh Youth Golf Foundation. Founded in 1991, the goal of this unique organization is to introduce golf to at-risk children in the Pittsburgh area. OnQ's Chris Moore explains how this sport is helping to improve the self-esteem and self-discipline of thousands of youngsters in 6th - 8th grades.


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.


Public transportation riders are getting culture with their commute. Pittsburgh area artists are working with Port Authority of Allegheny County to display their work on buses.


When the train tracks from Pittsburgh to Cumberland, Maryland became the Great Allegheny Passage biking and hiking trail, the Big Savage Tunnel's deplorable condition was a major obstacle for bicyclists trying to connect with the C&O Canal trail into Washington, D.C. This mini-documentary follows several years in efforts to restore the tunnel - making it a landmark stop along the bike trail. From writer/producer David Solomon, Camera & Editing: Paul Ruggieri.


This mobile digital mammography unit for the West Virginia University Hospital's Cancer Center travels into rural West Virginia providing mammograms to women who'd otherwise have to travel great distances for this life-saving test.  OnQ contributor Lori Savitch reports.


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