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In the coming days of Alex Murdaugh’s double murder trial, jurors will hear testimony that the once-prominent Hampton lawyer spent a decade secretly stealing millions of dollars from friends, family, clients and others who trusted him.

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Column: Sloppy race clouds NASCAR's return to LA Coliseum

NASCAR's return to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for its preseason exhibition was a messy event

NASCAR's return to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for its preseason exhibition was a messy event. The race had 25 cautions and drivers bumped and banged so much that they looked like amateurs. But all that contact was also felt inside the cockpit, and that's a sign that NASCAR still has work to do to soften its new cars. The cars were so stiff last season that the drivers absorbed too much energy and it led to at least two concussions. Kurt Busch was forced to retire and says he's still not 100% healthy following his July concussion. Read moreColumn: Sloppy race clouds NASCAR's return to LA Coliseum

Justin Rose is a PGA Tour winner again after four years. Rose made short work on a short Monday with three birdies in four holes. That sent him to a 66 and a three-shot victory in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Rose had not won since Torrey Pines four years ago. Now he's headed to the Masters again. The tournament was delayed to a Monday finish because of high wind on Saturday. Rose benefited from that stoppage of play. And he was helped by hardly any wind over the final nine holes he played Monday. Brendon Todd and Brandon Wu finished second. Read moreJustin Rose wins at Pebble Beach to end 4-year drought

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