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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Thousands of gallons of untreated sewage can end up in our rivers every time it rains. ALCOSAN is now under federal mandate to fix the problem, but how? OnQ's Tonia Caruso takes viewers inside the plant and shows why storm water run-off causes problems in the Pittsburgh region.


OnQ contributor Harold Hayes reports on past and present fears among people living down wind of an incinerator in East Liverpool, Ohio.


As people age, they must always be mindful of end of life decisions.  Not only about your will, but also what happens if you cannot make medical decisions on your own?  When are you eligible for hospice care? OnQ speaks with some local experts who advise on these decisions everyday, and follows up with a panel discussion on how to better plan your medical future.


They came from all over the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions to compete in a barista competition in Cranberry Township. Among the competitors: baristas from Tazza D'oro in Highland Park. OnQ followed them through the competition. See how they fared, and learn what it takes to make a good espresso!


Technology is making it possible for visually impaired people to read email, navigate city streets and compete for jobs once thought to be unattainable. OnQ introduces local people whose lives have been enriched by Access Technology.


He bills himself as the world's strongest clown, entertaining young and old in the Pittsburgh region. OnQ contributor Susie Meister catches up with Buffo the Clown at a local gym.

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