How funny, I watched this story yesterday before you'd even posted it (a friend of my girlfriend's in KC sent this to her)!
First off, nice hustle. That shoot definately required patience, caution, and nerves of steel going against on-coming traffic like that. Given all that, you really had some great shots.
The story was very well-paced both in terms of editing and writing. I'm not sure if it was you or the reporter on a lot of those nat-sound bytes of the walking coach, but they were very effective and kept the piece moving along nicely. Loved the "Good Ole' Boys" pop, it was funny but also poignant and within context!
A lot of times b-rollers will harrass you for the number of dissolves put into packages. But here I think they worked really well. I had no problems with them.
My only critique would have been to hear more exchange from the kid with autism and the walking coach. The coach had such great bites, and they left me wondering what the kid had said or asked him which illicted those great bites. Maybe there's a fair explanation in there.
Once more, great job. I loved it when I saw it yesterday, and loved it even more today.