OnQ's Michael Bartley takes you on a tour of the $175 million dollar slots at Meadows Casino and looks at two important issues: With Pittsburgh's Rivers Casino almost finished, can both local casinos survive? And - how much pressure are the casinos putting on Harrisburg to get table games?
How do you remove litter and garbage from the dangerously steep slopes of Pittsburgh? By using experienced rock climbers! That's what a neighborhood organization did to beautify the city's most visible hillside: Mount Washington. OnQ follows the climbers to bring you the story.
Every Friday night, LIVE at 7:30 p.m., OnQ... is OffQ! It’s a spirited review of the week’s hottest topics and controversial headlines. Host Chris Moore is joined by regular panelists Heather Heidelbaugh, Valerie McDonald Roberts, Bill Green and guest Donald Scales.
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.
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.
This beautiful Oakland landmark is a fitting tribute to all war veterans. WQED ollowed the building's impressive renovation. Writer/Producer: David Solomon. Camera/Editing: Paul Ruggieri.