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Bobby Womack has been diagnosed with colon cancer, according to friend and fellow musician Bootsy Collins.

The 68-year-old soul singer was in the hospital with pneumonia over the weekend, Collins wrote on his Facebook page. On Sunday (March 25), Collins wrote that he had spoken to Womack and then updated fans, "He Wanted You All to Know That He Loves You & Thxs for the Prayers. Docs Says He Is In 1st Stage of Colon Cancer, He is Very Up Beat About His Future, we laughed & joked before we hung up. Thxs Funkateers, we will get him Back on the One!"

Womack worked with the Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Sly & the Family Stone, Janis Joplin and more legendary artists in the '60s before launching his own solo career with Hot 100 singles like "Lookin' For a Love," "California Dreamin'" and "Nobody Wants You When You're Down and Out."

The R&B performer was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2009 and was featured on Gorillaz's 2010 albums "Plastic Beach" and "The Fall."

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Not Again! 3-Year-Old Shoots Self With A Handgun





A 3-year-old boy in Tacoma, Washington shot and killed himself with a gun he found in his family's car as they stopped at a gas station.


It was the third recent shooting of a child in western Washington.

Tacoma police Officer Naveed Benjamin said:

"It is incredible in light of the other ones. You would think people would take more care, not less."

The family was traveling and had stopped for gas about 12:30 a.m. at the Tacoma station off Interstate 5.

The man put his pistol under the seat and got out to pump gas, while the boy's mother went inside the station, Benjamin said.

They left her son and her boyfriend's 5-year-old daughter in the car when the boy climbed out of his child seat, found the gun and shot himself. He was declared dead at a hospital; the girl was not injured.

This is the second death in two days involving little kids getting their hands on guns. Yesterday we reported that a 9-year-old autistic girl from Little Rock, Arkansas shot and killed her 7-year-old brother at their family's apartment while her parents were away.

Detectives questioned the parents and have called the shooting a tragic accident.

Read more: http://globalgrind.com/node/828170#ixzz1pJC09VzM

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Bill slashing tipped minimum wage dies in Senate






A bill that would have cut the hourly pay of restaurant servers and other tipped employees by more than half has died in the Florida Senate — a development that drew cheers from hourly workers.

"To hear it has died is phenomenal," said Cheryl Hennessey, a server at Epcot's Garden Grill restaurant. "[I'm] thrilled to death."

The measure (SB 2106) never got a House companion and stalled after getting approval from the Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee. Sen. Nancy Detert, who heads that committee, declared the bill's demise.



The Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association, which had proposed it, acknowledged Tuesday that it has given up this year.

"It was terrible policy, unconstitutional, and as we saw over the last couple of weeks, wildly unpopular with Floridians who realized that ... the worst thing that should be done in this economic climate is to cut working people's wages," said Tsedeye Gebreselassie, staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, an advocacy group for lower-income workers.


The proposal would have allowed some restaurants and other employers to pay staff the federal tipped minimum wage of $2.13 an hour instead of Florida's minimum of $4.65. To qualify, companies would have had to guarantee that employees would make at least $9.98 an hour when tips were included.

It met with outrage across Florida, where more than 200,000 people work as bartenders, servers and other jobs that depend heavily on tips. The bill garnered national attention, too, with TV satirist Stephen Colbert lampooning it on "The Colbert Report" last week.

Workers praised the death of the bill, saying it would have made getting by financially even harder than it already is.

Joel Melendez, 27, has to pay for college tuition and child support making about $11 an hour waiting tables at a Ruby Tuesday in Orlando. He shares a cellphone with his roommate to save money and can't afford health insurance.

"We kind of depend on every scrap we can get," he said.

Even so, restaurants argued that Florida's tipped minimum of $4.65, which under the state constitution increases annually to keep up with inflation, is crippling them financially when combined with rising costs of food and insurance.

Detert, R-Venice, who originally championed the bill, said her support for it waned as she realized that restaurant workers making less than average would not benefit.

"It wasn't going to help the low end, and it would have hurt the high end," Detert said. "That was the end of the road for us."

Under the bill, restaurants would have had to guarantee a wage of $9.98 an hour with tips included if they wanted to qualify for the $2.13 minimum. If employees didn't reach that amount, restaurants would have had to make up the difference.

But because the program was optional, restaurants with employees making less money would have had no reason to opt in. The only ones that would have had an incentive to do so would be those with employees making more.

The restaurant association's chief executive officer, Carol Dover, said Tuesday that she doesn't know whether her group will try again next year. But something must be done to keep the minimum wage in check, she said, or else Florida restaurants will cut jobs as costs go up.

"You're going to go to restaurants and have iPads and iPhones and ways in which the server is going to ultimately become archaic in some cases," she said.

Florida AFL-CIO political director Rich Templin called that argument "crazy," pointing to National Restaurant Association projections last year saying Florida and Texas will see the nation's strongest restaurant-job growth during the next decade.

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More than 3.2 kilograms of heroin was found disguised as candy inside a man's luggage at Orlando International Airport Friday.

Rafael Eduardo Quinonez Jimenez, 45, was arrested Friday at OIA shortly after he arrived on a TACA Airlines flight from San Salvador, El Salvador. The flight originated in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Customs officials noticed Quinonez Jimenez appeared "very nervous and was sweating profusely" and referred him to a secondary check. That's when officials discovered 172 lollipops packed inside a duffel bag.

Each "lollipop" containted18.8 grams of heroin, totaling 3.2 kilograms of the illegal drug, according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court.

Quinonez Jimenez told Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials he was given the duffel bag by a man at a gas station in Guatemala City earlier that morning, along with a plane ticket, hotel booking information and $500.
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Quinonez Jimenez claimed he didn't know who he was supposed to deliver the drugs to in Orlando because he was supposed to receive a phone call, according to the complaint.

He was booked into the Seminole County jail where he is being held without bond.