Seg. 1: Clay County Audit Updates (R). Seg. 2: Audio Tour Charts Kansas City's Divided Past.
Segment 1: State auditor says her look into Clay County government is forthcoming.
Many in the metro think of Clay County politics as dull, but disputes on the board of commissioners and accusations of misused public money are anything but tedious for concerned citizens there. Today, we reviewed a segment from July about what drove one group to ask state officials to take a closer look. Then, we got an update on the audit in question.
- Jerry Nolte, Clay County commissioner
- Sherry Duffett, leader of Citizens for a Better Clay County
- Megan Dillard, FOX4 News reporter
- Nicole Galloway, Missouri state auditor
Segment 2, beginning at 27:00: An app-powered, self-led tour is spreading knowledge about Kansas City's segregated history.
From Prairie Village to the Country Club Plaza, Kansas City's landscape is littered with sites relevant to a long history of segregation and discrimination. A new smartphone app-based audio tour is making that history more accessible — and audible. We met the developer of the audio tour and learned about a yearly bus tour, hosted for area students by the Johnson County Public Library, that inspired it.
- Nathaniel Bozarth, Dividing Lines tour producer
- Angel Tucker, Johnson County Public Library youth services manager