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(CNN/CBS) - An elderly Michigan man is safely back in his final resting place.  Police say his son stole his corpse and stuffed it in the freezer.  Investigators say the son wanted to resurrect his father.  After funeral services were held on Saturday, the burial was supposed to happen Sunday.  Drenching rains prevented that from happening and when cemetery workers arrived on Monday, the body was gone.  It was recovered unharmed.  The family declined to comment.

What is a weatherman to do when his computer system crashes?  In this case, use what's on hand -- even if it's just a paper and markers.  Andrew Kozak of KTUL in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was preparing for the station's morning show Monday when his computer system crashed.  So he had to improvise. The meteorologist decided to draw the day's weather graphics, down to the eight-day forecast.

Justin Timberlake has been very busy this week.  First he starred in "The Social Network," and now he's bringing one back.  The singer, actor, and now social media entrepreneur has re-launched MySpace.  According to Entertainment Weekly, the revamped site boasts itself as "the world's largest library of digital music." One feature that remains the same, a user's top eight friends.

There's a new report card out called-- "Extreme Eating 2013."  It lists some of the highest calorie, unhealthy restaurant foods available in America.  Some of the restaurant foods that top the list. IHOP's Country Fried Steak and Eggs, The Cheesecake Factory's Bistro Shrimp Pasta, and Maggiano's Veal Porterhouse Steak.  All of those dishes have more than 17 hundred calories each.  The report card was compiled by compiled by "The Center for Science in the Public Interest."  They say findings prove it's more than just desserts we need to be scrutinizing.

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