CHICAGO - If something has happened in Windy City sports over the last half-century, there is a good chance was there.
From the 1985 Bears, Michael Jordan's Bulls to the White Sox World Series title, Rich King was there to cover it all during his time with a number of outlets in Chicago.
But in 2015, after 48 years in the business and 24 years at WGN, he's decided to call it a career.
Before he goes on the airwaves for a final time on June 15th, Rich stopped by the Sports Feed studio to reflect on his long career in the broadcasting industry. From his start in news reporting to radio and then eventually WGN, he shared his memories of a long career with Jarrett Payton on Thursday's show.
To watch Rich's segments on Thursday's show, click on the video above or below.