The announcement has stunned this declining urban community. OnQ's Chris Moore reports on the hospital closure, the concern about lost safety nets, as well as reporting on the safety nets that will remain in place for those who need them.


OnQ begins the What's In The Water? series with an overview on the importance of preserving our regions's waterways. Michael Bartley hosts a discussion forum with topics that include water sustainability, water solutions, accountability, and the economic impact on communities with or without good water systems.


With 1.8 million Pennsylvanians living with a disability, there are significant reasons to help them lead independent, healthy lives. OnQ's Tonia Caruso reports on the scope of the issue including challenges as well as efforts to promote inclusion, especially in the workforce.


For nearly 50-years, this Pittsburgh based charitable foundation has been providing developing countries with badly needed medical supplies, textbooks and food. On Q's Chris Moore talks to volunteers and the head of the organization about humanitarian efforts in more than 120-nations round the world.


OnQ profiles artist David Deffner, who is literally leaving his mark throughout Pittsburgh. David not only does fascinating work in chalk, but many other mediums as well.


Guest Wilford Payne, Executive Director of Primary Care Health Services, joins host Chris Moore to discuss the importance of medical safety nets in the Pittsburgh region.


This stark, unforgettable exhibit at Pittsburgh's Warhol museum explores how the Nazis used medicine and science in their campaign to eliminate European Jews, the handicapped and others viewed as threats to the "master race."


Two Pittsburgh women work to fight crime with billboards offering rewards in local murders. Valerie Dixon and Debra Germany Morrison both lost their sons to gun violence.


Led by dance instructor Andrew Blight of the Pittsburgh Youth Ballet, these dance classes benefit kids from Child's Way, a daycare program for children with special medical needs.


It's parade season and Western Pennsylvanians love parades. Tonight, we introduce you to local two women who design and build some of the most colorful floats in the region.


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