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Watch Saints fans give Gayle Benson standing ovation

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 04:37 PM PST

NEW ORLEANS - Saints fans honored owner Gayle Benson with a standing ovation and a rousing "Who Dat" chant.

Benson walked out onto the field with Jonathan Vilma just before the game started.

The crowd Benson a standing ovation before leading a full "Who Dat" chant.

Saints fans really are the best fans in the world.

Thanks for the amazing season to everyone on the field, Mrs. Benson, and all the amazing Saints fans.

Payton: Refs blew the call, NFL agrees, Saints fall to Rams in Overtime

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 04:08 PM PST

The Rams are headed to the Super Bowl, and the Saints have to chew on another devastating post season loss.

Greg Zuerlein kicked a 57 yard field goal in overtime to give Los Angeles a 26-23 victory in the NFC championship game. But, Saints head coach Sean Payton said two officials cost the Saints a chance to end the game in regulation.

Playing a third and 10 at the Rams 13, Saints wide receiver Tommy Lee Lewis appeared to be interfered and hit helmet to helmet by Rams defensive back Nickell Robey-Coleman. No flag was thrown, and the Saints kicked a field goal to take a 23-20 lead.

But, the Rams then drove and tied the game on a 48 yard field goal by Zuerlein.

Payton said NFL senior executive vice president of officiating Al Riveron told him via phone after the game that the two officials "blew the call."

The Saints jumped to a 13-0 lead after one quarter.

The Rams scored 10 straight points to tie the game at 20.

The Saints are now 1-2 in NFC championship games in the Drew Brees era.

The win by the Rams was the first by a visiting team in the NFC championship since the 49ers beat the Falcons in January of 2013.

Saints finish season 14-4 in a devastating loss to the LA Rams

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 03:50 PM PST

NEW ORLEANS – The boys in black and gold gave it all they had, but came up just a little short in today’s game.

The Saints had an early lead, going into the second quarter 13-0.

The Rams seem to have rallied at the half and came out strong to tie the game and force it into overtime.

The Saints won the coin toss but Brees threw an interception and the Rams took over the field.

The Saints defense put up a fight, but were unable to stop the Rams from marching down the field and into field goal range.

Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein lined up for a 57-yard attempt, and nailed it.

The Rams will advance to the Superbowl, their opponent will be determined in tonight’s game.

Day care provider found guilty after infant beaten with ‘extreme violence’

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 03:25 PM PST

OLATHE, Kan. – An unlicensed home day care owner accused of severely injuring a 4-month-old boy was found guilty in a Kansas courtroom Friday.

Paige Hatfield was found guilty on charges of aggravated battery causing great bodily harm, a felony, and operating an unlicensed daycare, a misdemeanor. Kingston Gilbert had been in Hatfield's care for just 11 days in 2017 when he was severely beaten, leaving him blind and suffering from brain damage.

On January 31, 2017, Hatfield called 911 because Kingston was throwing up. According to court documents, doctors at Children's Mercy Hospital said Kingston was "suffering from abusive head trauma," which is, "only caused by violent non-accidental physical trauma." They said Kingston's injuries resulted from, "extreme violence."

Prosecutors are asking for an enhanced sentence because Hatfield was a child care provider, that's being debated on Friday night.

Kingston's mother, Ashleigh Garcia, told WDAF that there are days that are "barely survivable."

"We spent 18 days in the I.C.U. just praying that he got through," Garcia said. "We were told by doctors he is never going to be the same boy. I mean, we pretty much had to grieve the loss of out child and accept that the baby that we were bringing home was not the baby that I dropped off at day care that day."

Sentencing will be determined at a later date.

 

Photo submissions from Saints fans watching the game at home

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 02:19 PM PST

NEW ORLEANS – It doesn’t matter where you are, as long as you’re cheering and screaming and doing whatever it takes to help the boys in black and gold win!

Here’s a few fan photos we have received today.

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COAST distributes free heaters to seniors in St. Tammany

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 02:07 PM PST

SLIDELL, LA -- The Council on Aging Saint Tammany, or COAST, wants to help senior citizens in the parish stay warm this winter.  The group has distributed nearly 50 space heaters, free of charge, to seniors who reached out to the group for help.

To make the heaters available to people across the parish, the group organized distribution events at various locations.  On Friday, the distribution was handled at the COAST offices on Cousin Street in Slidell.

COAST uses donations to pay for the heaters.  One client, Lillie Rouse, told WGNO that the space heater will also help with her asthma.  She also says that COAST helps her throughout the year.

"I find that it is most helpful because they have more than just heaters. Anything that I have a problem with, or if I need information, I get it from here."

During the summer, COAST also distributes fans to help seniors beat the heat.  During tax season, the group provides accountants.  And every day, workers at the Slidell location alone prepare meals for about 70 people.  Other meals are delivered to seniors who are unable to leave their homes to purchase food.

To see some of the distribution day at the Slidell COAST office, click on the video button at the top of this page.

“Wild Bill” Wood partying on Bourbon

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 01:21 PM PST

“Wild Bill” Wood is out on Bourbon where the Saints fans are watching the NFC Championship.

He’s catching up with some fans visiting from Georgia.

Check out the WGNO Facebook page for more live tailgating fun.

Fans watching the big game in Champion Square

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 01:08 PM PST

The Saints have an early lead and the Who Dats are here in Champion Square cheering them on.

After that interception, Kayla and Kenny check in with the Black and Gold crew.

Check out the WGNO Facebook page for more live tailgating fun.

 

Countdown to kick-off in Champion Square

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 12:56 PM PST

Kenny and Kayla are live from just outside of the Dome where Saints fans are cheering on the Black and Gold.

They’re getting a little face painting action!

Check out the WGNO Facebook page for more live tailgating fun.

“Wild Bill” Wood live on Bourbon

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 12:09 PM PST

The fans are out in numbers on Bourbon street, waiting patiently for kick-off!

“Wild Bill” Wood is out and about this afternoon partying with the “Who Dat” nation!

Check out WGNO Facebook page for more live tailgating fun.

Photo Gallery: Who Dats braving the frigid weather outside the Dome

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 11:27 AM PST

NEW ORLEANS – The sun may be out, but it’ still 40° and this isn’t the weather these fans are used to tailgating in!

Never the less, thousands of die-hards are out in frigid temps, to show their spirit.

This is for you, Saints fans, and all you do for our boys!

Keep sending your photos to pics@wgno.com and we may add you to this number!

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Puppy born with upside-down paws undergoes life-changing surgery

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 10:06 AM PST

STILLWATER, Okla. – A hound puppy that had a rough start to life is now getting the treatment he needs thanks to veterinarians at Oklahoma State University.

Milo was just 5 weeks old when he was surrendered to an animal rescue organization. Veterinarians knew something had to be done when they noticed that Milo's front paws were turned upside down.

"We evaluated Milo with our state-of-the-art CT scanner and identified his problem to be congenital dislocation of both elbows," said Dr. Erik Clary, associate professor of small animal surgery. "With both elbows out of joint, Milo was unable to walk. Try as he may, the best he could do was an inefficient and seemingly uncomfortable 'army crawl.'"

Clary said Milo's condition is very rare and very debilitating.

Milo underwent corrective surgery earlier this month at Oklahoma State University's Veterinary Medical Hospital.

"Milo's surgery was complicated," said Clary. "For each of his elbows, we had to go into the joint and restore the alignment. Then we placed a pin across the joint to keep it straight while his growing bones continue to take shape and his body lays down the internal scar tissue that will be needed for long-term stability. All in all, Milo was under anesthesia for about 3 to 3 ½ hours."

For now, Milo is in a front body splint to prevent him from using his front legs. In about three weeks, veterinarians will remove the split and take out pins from Milo's legs. If his elbows stay in place for the first three weeks, he has a good chance at walking normally one day.

"He's loud, and he's opinionated but he's also so sweet and cuddly," said rescuer Jennie Hays. "He's just a great little puppy."

Hays runs Oliver & Friends Farm Rescue and Sanctuary in Luther. She said Milo was surrendered to her by a breeder, and they quickly learned of his rare condition.

"He wouldn't have had any quality of life past another month or two, so it was definitely required," Hays said.

For now, he's doing well but as you can imagine, it's hard on the little guy to stay still.

Though life has tried to knock him down, Hays says Milo is fighting back.

"Just his will to live. He loves life," she said.

Hays has not decided yet if Milo will be up for adoption when he recovers.

Surgery and rehab are estimated to cost the rescue more than $4,000.

If you'd like to donate to the rescue, you can visit their Facebook page.

George W. Bush delivers pizza to Secret Service detail, calls for an end to the shutdown

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 09:59 AM PST

Former President George W. Bush called for federal lawmakers to “put politics aside” and end the government shutdown in an Instagram post Friday that showed him giving pizza to his Secret Service detail.

“@LauraWBush and I are grateful to our Secret Service personnel and the thousands of Federal employees who are working hard for our country without a paycheck,” he wrote in the post, with a photo of himself bringing his detail boxes of pizza.

“And we thank our fellow citizens who are supporting them,” Bush added. “It’s time for leaders on both sides to put politics aside, come together, and end this shutdown.”

Bush’s post comes as the shutdown is in day 28 with no sign of a consensus in sight, as talks between President Donald Trump and Democratic congressional leaders stall amidst partisan snipes.

Secret Service agents, charged with protecting current and former presidents and their families, have remained on duty throughout the shutdown — but the stress of working without pay has hit many of them hard.

The Secret Service employs 7,222 people, nearly 6,000 of whom are working without pay, while more than 1,200 are furloughed since they were not deemed essential, according to the Department of Homeland Security’s shutdown plans.

If lawmakers do not come to an agreement by Tuesday night, in time for the government to make payroll, federal employees are slated to miss their second paychecks of the shutdown.

Tailgating with Saints fans

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 09:06 AM PST

NEW ORLEANS - Tailgating is underway at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome ahead of today's NFC Championship Game.

Kinsey Schofield and Carla Pesono found a nice Saints fan with an ice chest full of Who Dat juice.

Word of advice: DON'T OPEN IT!

Find out why in the video above and be sure to check out the WGNO Facebook page for more tailgating fun.

 

New Orleans has some loyal football fans

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 08:25 AM PST

NEW ORLEANS – We have received so many fan photos over the past week.

Thanks so much everyone for your submissions.

Stay tuned as we will be posting more throughout the day!

Send in your Saints fan snapshots to pics@wgno.com, and you may get featured!

And here are today’s picks.

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Tailgating with a dancing goat

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 08:11 AM PST

NEW ORLEANS - Who Dat fans are out tailgating ahead of today's NFC Championship Game.

Kinsey Schofield and Carla Pesono are making the rounds.

They found one party that featured a DJ, games, and dancing goat.

Check out the WGNO Facebook page for more live tailgating fun.

Who Dats out tailgating

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 08:10 AM PST

NEW ORLEANS - Tailgating is underway at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome ahead of today's NFC Championship Game.

Kinsey Schofield and Carla Pesono are out mingling with some of the early birds.

They met with Frank Boura, a man braving the cold in his "lucky shorts".

Frank and his crew are out cooking up a tasty spread complete with a giant Hurricane.

Check out the WGNO Facebook page for more live tailgating fun.

Tailgating underway at the Superdome

Posted: 20 Jan 2019 06:24 AM PST

NEW ORLEANS - WHO DAT! Tailgating is already underway at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome ahead of today's NFC Championship Game.

Kinsey Schofield and Carla Pesono are out mingling with some of the early birds.

This morning, they met up with Khari from Minnesota who's selling Saints merch from his mobile shop.

Check out the WGNO Facebook page for more live tailgating fun.