Fred Rogers grew up near Pittsburgh, and for 33 years, episodes of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, the beloved children's TV show he and his red sweater starred in, were produced at Pittsburgh's WQED.
A gallery at Pittsburgh's Heinz History Center displays artifacts from the show. There also is an exhibit on Concourse C at Pittsburgh International Airport.
Pittsburgh resident Ian Miller started a change.org petition asking that the airport be named for Rogers.
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