Last Call: 5 things you many have missed on Oct. 10

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.

Yenni tells council he will not resign


In a statement released Monday night, Jefferson Parish President Mike Yenni announced that he will not resign in the wake of his recent texting scandal.


Homeless photographers take photos for unique calendar


In the spirit of recognizing the problems homeless people face, there’s a unique project that gave homeless people the chance to do something they don’t usually get to do.

Body found in Audubon Park lagoon

Body found in Audubon Park Lagoon

Body found in Audubon Park Lagoon

The NOPD is investigating how a body wound up in a lagoon on the east side of Audubon Park.

Mike the Tiger moved to Hospice care

Photo Courtesy LSU

Photo Courtesy LSU

According to his Facebook page, Mike VI has been moved from his habitat on the LSU campus to hospice care.

Second suspect sought in St. Tammany Parish motel murder

Murder Investigation Near Covington

Murder Investigation Near Covington

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office is looking for a second suspect in connection with a shooting death at the Green Springs Motel near Covington.