Wild Things: Fit To Be Wild?

The Washington Wild Things baseball team held its sixth open try-out in hopes of discovering the next Roy Hobbs. Would one emerge from this year's field and secure a roster spot? Our own Mike Lee gave it a shot, along with more than thirty others, hoping to see if they had the right stuff.

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Physical, neurological and behavioral challenges make it difficult for some people to get crucial dental and oral care. OnQ's Chris Moore reports on a new facility that serves special needs patients.

Perennials are an indispensable part of every garden, regardless of size. They are a source of back-ground in color and size and provide an abundance of cut flowers.

This toy store in Butler is unique - inside and out. OnQ visits Playthings Etc.

With the men's choir founded in 1985 and the women's founded in 1995, Renaissance City Choirs are celebrating their 20th anniversary. As Pittsburgh's only gay and lesbian choral group, members seek to empower the LGBT community, add to the cultural community at large, and share their voices.

Tom Rutkoski is the founder for "Abode For Children" a local non-profit providing education and shelter for orphans in Nigeria and India. OnQ's Michael Bartley reports it's just the beginning for this organization as Rutkoski and others plan to expand their mission into other countries.

Who helps patients in financial need when they are facing the most serious medical conditions? This report features Pittsburgh-based Adagio Health and its support for women with breast and cervical cancers.