We begin with Tuesday's police shooting death of an unarmed black man in El Cajon. The mayor is vowing a full investigation of the incident. In the meantime we're getting more details about the victim, Alfred Olongo. Believed to be 38 years old, Olongo was an African refugee, a father of a 16-year-old, and grieving the loss of one of his best friends when he was shot by an El Cajon police officer. San Diego attorney Dan Gilleon represents his family. He tells us that Olongo's sister called 911 after Olongo began acting erratically.
Saturday marks five years since the state of California rolled out a major change to its criminal justice system, known as realignment. It was aimed at helping the state comply with a federal court order to remove more than 30,000 inmates from overcrowded state prisons. Under realignment, nonviolent offenders like drug dealers and shoplifters were sent to local jails instead of state prisons.
Vin Scully is retiring as announcer of the L.A. Dodgers after this weekend's series against the Giants in San Francisco. We look back on his call of Kirk Gibson's legendary home run in Game One of the 1988 World Series.
End Music: "D-O-D-G-E-R-S Song (Oh Really - No, O'Malley)" by Danny Kaye, single (Bacci Bros Records)