Ovarian Cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer. Tonight, OnQ takes you inside a local lab where researchers are working on a screening test for women. Plus, you'll meet a local woman battling the disease. See how she's working to raise awareness and hope for the future.


You might know that the polio vaccine and the Ferris Wheel were invented here in Pittsburgh, but there are countless other inventions and innovations that got their start here too.OnQ's Tonia Caruso looks at some of the surprising Pittsburgh Firsts!


We all hear about hotels that have Presidential suites but we rarely get to see them, so Dave & Dave take a trip to three Downtown hotels to check out the sweetest suites in town.


OnQ's Tonia Caruso introduces a man who reversed his pre-diabetic condition. You'll find out how he did it and where there's help for you.


Rated the 5th best haunted attraction in the country by Hauntworld magazine, Scarehouse in Etna has folks lining up around the block this Halloween season for the scare of a lifetime! Will anyone hear you scream?


Often those diagnosed with HIV/AIDS lose their jobs, slip into depression, and experience overwhelming life challenges. OnQ's Michael Bartley takes you to a unique Pittsburgh volunteer agency bringing hope and confidence to those affected.


In this special episode, we pay tribute to mothers. Kathleen Bailey of Penn Hills was not able to have children of her own, so she and her husband adopted five special needs children. OnQ contributor Lynn Sawyer reports on this very special mom.


Science, Technology, Engineering and Math - the push continues to foster STEM education in America's schools. OnQ continues its Making the Grade series with thoughtful discussion on the importance of STEM for students, teachers and administrators - and how that would ultimately serve the nation.Guests: Art Baldwin, National Energy Technology Laboratory; Sam Franklin, Pittsburgh Science & Technology Academy; Joan Schanck, Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative.


This report focuses on teen suicide seminars launched in conjunction with the OnQ documentary Losing Lambert: A Journey Through Survival & Hope. Coordinated by WQED's education Program, the seminars were open to school counselors, teachers, coaches and others who work with adolescents and teens. Seminar leader Dr. Paula McCommons, of the STAR Outreach Center, identifies risk factors, signs of depression and other ways to help teens and their families.


The countdown is on for the digital television conversion. If you've recently bought a new TV, are you wondering what to do with the old one? OnQ's Tonia Caruso explains how you can safely recycle your old television.


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