Bernard Parks has been a public servant most of his adult life... LAPD cop, LAPD chief and LA City councilman for 12 years until last month. Now, a new documentary chronicles his life. He tells NBC4's Conan Nolan how things have changed since the 1965 Watts riots when he was a rookie cop. He says none of the real issues have been solved. Parks explains his proudest achievement and his biggest regret.
What is Pau Gasol’s legacy in LA? Will Sponsor logos go on NBA Jerseys? Will the Redskins name be changed? Brian Kamenetzky from Landolakers.com and Daily News Columnist Jill Painter sit down with Fred Roggin to discuss that and more on this week’s edition of Rapid Fire. Originally aired on Going Roggin July 20, 2014.