The State of Public Transportation

Thousands of riders depend on it, but transit systems across Pennsylvania face big budget problems. Do lawmakers have a solution?


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OnQ host Chris Moore and guests Joy Royes, Gary Van Horn, Betty Hill, and Darrell Philips discuss the current state of life in the Pittsburgh region for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) community, as well as, the challenges, advances, setbacks they may face.


Part 2 of OnQ's report of the rare genetic disorder, Prader-Willi Syndrome.


This veteran of the civil rights movement talks with OnQ about his activism and how he stood up in the fight for the right to vote.


Pittsburgh local Sharon Flake went to school to become a pediatrician, but in the end became a writer. Now she is the author of seven books about the challenges of being an African American teenager. OnQ's Chris Moore talks to this rising star of the writing world about her life and her latest offering, "You Don't Even Know Me."


The Mid Winter Soup Contest is held every year on Pittsburgh's South Side. Local restaurants dish out their popular soups and shoppers not only cast their votes, they're encouraged to bring non-perishable foods to donate. OnQ's interns bring us this report.


Science, Technology, Engineering and Math - the push continues to foster STEM education in America's schools. OnQ continues its Making the Grade series with thoughtful discussion on the importance of STEM for students, teachers and administrators - and how that would ultimately serve the nation.Guests: Art Baldwin, National Energy Technology Laboratory; Sam Franklin, Pittsburgh Science & Technology Academy; Joan Schanck, Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative.


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