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The former Grambling State player will become the only   current coach within the Yankees organization. "The past 12 plus years have been very rewarding. I've enjoyed working for my Alma Mater, and can truly say I'm leaving this place better than I found it," Cooper said in a school release. "I appreciate the opportunities for growth that Grambling has provided me as a man and a baseball coach. My family and I are forever grateful. I wish Grambling all the best." DINING HALL: New chef brings diverse flavors to Grambling dining hall, and students can't get enough Associate head coach Davin Pierre, who has served as an assistant the last 12 years, will serve as the program's interim head coach for 2022 season. Cooper led the Tigers to the Southwestern Athletic Conference Championship and an NCAA Tournament berth in 2010.

If Murphy does hold on, he'll do so even as President Joe Biden's popularity has tanked in the state. Biden sported just a 43% approval rating in the aforementioned Monmouth poll, which was lower than his disapproval rating of 49%. While other polls don't have Biden nearly as unpopular, all agree his popularity has fallen greatly since he won New Jersey by 16 points a year ago. His net approval (approve - disapprove) rating is currently less than Murphy's edge over Ciattarelli. This disparity should not be surprising. I went back and looked at the gubernatorial elections in the year before and year of every midterm since 2010. The past presidential vote in each state was not statistically significantly correlated with the governor's result, once you controlled for incumbency. In other words, it didn't really matter on average what the tilt of a state was on the presidential level, when voters had a record to judge the incumbent governor on. There's a reason why Republican governors in the deeply blue states of Maryland, Massachusetts and Vermont were re-elected in 2018 , even as former President Donald Trump was deeply unpopular in their states.

Published: 12:43 PM PST November 10, 2021 DUPONT, Wash. — Cities in Washington state are facing a crisis as crime continues to rise and local law enforcement the advantage agencies struggle to keep up in the wake of low staffing and trouble hiring police officers. Even cities like DuPont, just south of Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Pierce County, are feeling the trickle-down effect. “Smaller communities like DuPont that are historically safe, that historically have low crime rates are not immune to some of the impacts that our larger metropolitan areas are experiencing," said DuPont Police Chief Doug Newman.  King County has already seen basics more incidents of gun violence this year than in all of 2020, with an almost 50% increase. Larger cities in Pierce County, like Tacoma , have also seen an increase in homicides, assaults and motor vehicle thefts. Newman said combating crime has become more difficult during the COVID-19 pandemic and as law enforcement faces a public trust crisis. >> Download KING 5's Roku and Amazon Fire apps to watch live newscasts and video on demand "We also are dealing with new sweeping police reform legislation in the state which my officers on a daily basis are trying to, in good faith, adhere to and follow," said Newman. DuPont is not seeing the increase in violent crime that some other metropolitan areas are, but the city has seen a 47% increase in car prowls and break-ins from October 2020 to October of this year. "We really provide easy access for people who need targets of opportunity or look for criminal targets of opportunity for property crimes within our city," said Newman.