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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In 2006, OnQ profiled Pittsburgh's Ben Sota, founder of Zany Umbrella Circus, prior to his trip to teach at a circus school for children in Afghanistan. Sota is now back in the U.S., along with freelance photographer Renee Rosensteel, who documented the trip to a country devastated by war. OnQ has a follow-up report.
Two years later, the 4th congressional seat is contested again by the same candidates, Incumbent Jason Altmire and former congresswoman Melissa Hart. OnQ's Michael Bartley sits down with Altmire and Tonia Caruso sits down with Hart to discuss the primary issues.
A Monroeville man feared the worst when an MRI showed a grapefruit-sized tumor lodged against the front of his brain. But a new, minimally invasive surgical technique by UPMC Dr. Amin Kassam would quickly end the patient's fear. On Q host Michael Bartley reports.
It is the second tallest education building in the world. Now after 70 years, the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning is undergoing major exterior restoration. OnQ's Tonia Caruso looks back at the history of this 42-story national historic landmark.
OnQ introduces a group of mountain climbers who are raising money for a promising new breast cancer vaccine.
He's live in the OnQ studio to discuss the state of the Allegheny County - and to take your phone calls. It's your chance to ask about issues that are important to you.