On June 25, paramedics rushed "King of Pop" Michael Jackson to a hospital after a 911 call from his home in West Los Angeles. Jackson was unable to be revived on the scene, and physicians at the hospital reportedly tried for more than an hour to rescusitate the 50-year-old singing icon (whose masterpiece 1982 album Thriller was award-winning, record-setting, and beloved by a generation.) Jackson is survived by his parents, Joe and Katherine Jackson, his famous siblings including Janet Jackson, and his three children: Prince Michael I, Paris Katherine and Prince II ("Blanket".) Dr. Conrad Murray, who'd been treating the singer at the time of his death, pleaded not guilty when he was charged on Feb. 9 with involuntary manslaughter. He faces up to four years in prison if convicted.