New Orleans Saints leaders ask fans to stand by them

Next at 10:00...

The New Orleans Saints say they recognize "our fans' concerns" about Sean Payton's yearlong suspension and other punishments stemming from the NFL's bounty investigation. The Saints are asking that fans stick with them as they have in the past, when the team and city "have overcome greater adversities." Sports Director Colin McElroy will have the latest in sports.

Governor Bobby Jindal has declared a state of emergency for several parishes. The governor's office says Acadia, Beauregard, Claiborne, Jefferson Davis, Natchitoches, St. Charles, Union, Vermilion and Vernon parishes declared emergencies - a step needed to request federal help.

The father of a black teenager shot to death by a Hispanic neighborhood watch captain in Florida has told hundreds of people marching in New York City the teen "did not deserve to die." Demonstrators chanted "we want arrests" during tonight's Million Hoodie March in Manhattan's Union Square.

Sanford, Florida's city commissioners passed a no-confidence vote in their police chief -- over his handling of a teenager's shooting death.

What's that buzzing on me? Ringtones may soon have some competition. Nokia has filed a patent for a tattoo that would vibrate whenever someone tries to call you.

See you in a bit,