Last Call: 5 things you may have missed on Oct. 5

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — It’s getting late, and it’s almost time to close up for the evening. Here are some stories you might have missed today.

Kenner civic group, Jefferson Parish residents ask for Mike Yenni’s ‘immediate resignation’



Leaders of Citizens for a Better Kenner have asked the Jefferson Parish Council to request the immediate resignation of Jefferson Parish President Mike Yenni.

Mike the Tiger’s cancer spreads; vet says he has 1-2 months to live

Photo Courtesy LSU

Photo Courtesy LSU

The cancer has also spread to other parts of his body.

Saints punter Morstead helping Ochsner care for kids

New Orleans Saints punter Thomas Morstead, center, in red shirt, announced today his What You Give Will Grow foundation is throwing its support behind Ochsner Hospital for Children.

New Orleans Saints punter Thomas Morstead announced today that his What You Give Will Grow foundation is teaming up with the Triumph Over Kid Cancer foundation to help Ochsner Hospital for Children care for kids in need.

Craftsman Week: St. Joseph Abbey caskets add abiding spiritual presence to Louisiana

monk casket

It’s been said that death is a part of life. It’s the inevitable, the great equalizer among men.

Arrest made in Covington area motel murder


Deputies in St. Tammany Parish have arrested a man in connection with the shooting death of 32-year-old Brandon Washington at the Green Spring Motel.