Beyond Boundaries

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.


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With the cost of gasoline going up, OnQ takes a look at what is being done locally in alternative fuels for your vehicle.

Original airdate: Jan 30, 2008


This McKeesport-based non-profit corporation is using Senior Smart Technology to help older citizens improve their quality of life. OnQ's Tonia Caruso reports on what Blueroof Technologies does and why it's getting national attention.

Original airdate: Jan 22, 2008


How many of you know that McDonald's famous 'Big Mac' sandwich was invented in Western Pennsylvania? Well it was, and we're taking you to the Big Mac Museum in North Huntingdon to trace the history of a truly historic burger!

Original airdate: Jan 22, 2008


The Carnegie Museum of Art in Oakland is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Hall of Architecture. Housed in the great hall are plaster casts of dozens of architectural masterpieces from Europe and the Middle East.

Original airdate: Dec 12, 2007


We've talked about what consumers, providers and businesses can do to lower the cost of healthcare. Tonight, we look at the role of government. Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell sits down with Tonia Caruso to discuss his "Prescription for Pennsylvania."

Original airdate: Dec 06, 2007


Melony Sorbero, RAND Corporation Health Policy Researcher, and Karen Wolk Feinstein, Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative CEO

Original airdate: Dec 04, 2007


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