Pittsburgh Mayoral Race: Luke Ravenstahl

Luke Ravenstahl was once considered too young and inexperienced to hold the job of mayor when he stepped into the position after the death of Pittsburgh Mayor Bob O'Connor. But as the Democratic incumbent tells OnQ's Chris Moore, after three years in office and constant campaigning for special elections, Ravenstahl says he has grown into the job and is ready to serve a full term on his own merits.


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This non-profit, community based human services organization assists people with disabilities so they can lead self-directed, productive lives within the community. OnQ's Chris Moore visits the Three Rivers Center for Independent Living, and reports on its success stories.


This new initiative is designed to change the way people in the Pittsburgh region think about health, fitness and life. OnQ's Tonia Caruso reports.


OnQ's Tonia Caruso takes a look at what homeowners can do to prevent mold from growing in their homes.


Everyone is talking about healthcare reform, including the panelists of OffQ!  There is controversy surrounding the bill being passed into law and the gang discusses the drama that is unfolding. 


Within a 10-mile radius of downtown Pittsburgh, there are 70,000 working people who do not have health insurance. Catholic Charities has opened a free health center - with most of the incoming patients needing dental care. OnQ contributor Mike Clark tours the facility and talks with a volunteer dentist and patients who have few other options.


The condition is debilitating, but Parkinson's patients in Western Pennsylvania have banded together to fight the illness and the despair that often accompanies it. OnQ contributor Dave Crawley visits a special retreat for Parkinson's patients and their families, and learns how they are determined to triumph over adversity.


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