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Suicide Attempt at Santa Monica Pier

On Wednesday Afternoon around 3:55 pm, the Los Angeles County Lifeguards notified the Santa Monica Public Safety Dispatch Center and Harbor patrol that a person jumped off from the pier into the water in an apparent suicide attempt. Santa Monica Police Department harbor patrol used a basket and a hoist to save the individual from the water onto the Santa Monica Pier. Santa Monica Fire Department was also dispatched alongside McCormick Ambulance service to treat and transport the patient. The patient was unresponsive, not breathing, and had no pulse. First responders used life-saving measures to rehabilitate life for the patient, the first responders were able to rehabilitate life on the patient. The patient was then treated for injuries and put into stable condition and transported to a nearby hospital for advanced treatment. Multiple witnesses stated seeing the individual jump into the water on their own and saw Santa Monica Police Department Harbor Patrol Officers dive into the water (unconfirmed) after the individual to save them and bring them back onto the pier. There has not yet been a confirmed report of a dive team or suicide attempt but with the information obtained it appears to be a suicde attempt. A statement from the Santa Monica police department says that they used a basket and hoist to rescue the victim from the water, the patient had life-saving measures used on them and was transported by a McCormick ambulance. A press release has not been released from the Santa Monica Fire Department or Police Department at this time. There is no more information available at this time.
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This Los Angeles, California hotel is offering pool access to locals and non-guests. No room reservation is needed.

(Los Angeles, California) - With the summer heat continuing this weekend and many hotels offering day passes to their facilities for locals and non-guests, we recently took a look at the countries most enticing offerings for hotel pools. Los Angeles has many hotels providing facilities to non-guests and a daycation is a perfect way to end a year of minimal travel and also a way to support local businesses.
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Suspect arrested in California in Connection to Homicide in Nevada

On Saturday, September 11th Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) received a 911 call from a citizen who discovered a deceased body while hiking in the desert area. Detectives from LVMPD found out that the subject killed the victim to steal the victim's vehicle to travel back to California. The LVMPD identified a suspect that stole the vehicle and committed the homicide. The detectives put a want on the vehicle marking it stolen. At the time detectives did not know that the subject stole the victim's vehicle. When they went to the victim's home and checked the DMV system is when they found out that the victim's vehicle was taken. They did not know if the vehicle was involved until an undisclosed time in the future.

We Really Hope Eoin Macken From NBC's New Drama 'La Brea' Is Single

Tonight when we tune into NBC's latest show La Brea, we'll be graced with the talents of Irish actor Eoin (pronounced Owen) Macken. If you've ever seen an Abercrombie & Fitch ad from the early 2000s (and who hasn't), then you might recognize Eoin. He got his start in modeling but quickly gained traction in film and television. He's a pretty private person, so we're left wondering, is he single? If not, who is his wife? Here's what we know.

Ronnie Andrew Garcia, 43, Identified As Man Shot And Killed By Huntington Beach Police Saturday

HUNTINGTON BEACH (CBSLA) — The Orange County Coroner’s Officer identified 43-year-old Ronnie Andrew Garcia as the suspect shot and killed Saturday by police in Huntington Beach. The U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach was underway nearby and the beach was crowded with people. The incident unfolded south of the pier as the competition was winding down just around 3:15 p.m. Saturday. It was then that officers responded to a call of a man with a gun. When they arrived, they made several attempts for Garcia to comply. When he didn’t, they shot him. Cellphone video captured that moment, with people heard in...

Stunning Italianate Windsor Square Mansion Hits the Market for the First Time in Decades

Click here to read the full article. Way back in 1917, New Yorker William J. Toomey commissioned noted Los Angeles architect/developer Frank Meline to create this Windsor Square showpiece to serve as a winter retreat, for a total cost at the time of about $28,000. After changing hands a few years later, the Italian Renaissance-style mansion was acquired by a non-famous L.A. couple in 1970 for just $112,500 and has remained in the same family ever since. Along the way, many movies and TV shows have been filmed there — “Bugsy,” “House Bunny” and “Scandal,” to name a few —...

The Michelin Guide Awards New Stars to Eight Los Angeles Restaurants

Today, the Michelin Guide released its official list of the 27 California restaurants that have newly earned at least one of its coveted stars. From the California wine country and San Francisco to the Central Coast, Los Angeles to Orange County and San Diego, the lineup offers a range of cuisines that celebrate the agricultural and cultural diversity of the state. Notably, none of the eateries were given the maximum three-star honor. Each place that made the new California list is considered by official Guide guidelines to be either “a very good restaurant” (one star) or, at the next level, “excellent...
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Widow of man who died after she infected him sues her employer

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A longtime employee of See's Candy Shops Inc. is suing the company, alleging that poor coronavirus protocol in the packaging warehouse in Carson caused her to contract the disease in 2020 and later infect her husband and one of her daughters, ultimately causing her spouse's death at age 69.

Hungry? Dine LA Restaurant Week is back on in Los Angeles. Here's everything you need to know

This week's most fun thing to do in Los Angeles is all about food and drinks. Many restaurants have suffered financially, and some have had to close completely. So it's a great week to show your support while enjoying yourself eating some tantalizing meals at a participating Dine LA restaurant. Keep reading to find out more information on how it works and participating restaurants.

La Brea: Did NBC's Sinkhole Drama Pull You In? Grade the Premiere! — Plus, Natalie Zea Tackles a Burning Question

NBC this Tuesday night invited you to a land down under — meaning, far beneath Los Angeles — with La Brea. Did the sinkhole drama suck you in? La Brea stars Natalie Zea (Justified) as Eve Harris, an office manager and mom who was motoring past the La Brea Tar Pits & Museum with daughter Izzy (played by Zyra Gorecki) and son Josh (Jack Martin) when a massive sinkhole began forming at an intersection, first gulping down a startled traffic cop and then spreading to rip the Earth from beneath many buildings and cars. After first driving away backwards down a...

'La Brea' Showrunners on What to Expect From the NBC Sci-Fi Disaster Series and the 'Lost' Connection

Broadcast TV might not win the sorts of Emmys that it used to, but it's still a popular platform for surprising tales from the sci-fi and fantasy realms. La Brea, NBC's newest series to enter this arena, certainly begins with an attention-getting premise, as we watch dozens of Los Angeles residents fall into a massive sinkhole that deposits them into a strange land far from their homes.

Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel Says “No” to Buying UTA

Ari Emanuel says that, despite CAA’s blockbuster acquisition of ICM, Endeavor isn’t necessarily looking to join the buying spree in the space. Interviewed by Kara Swisher at the Code Conference in Beverly Hills, the Endeavor CEO was asked directly whether he would pursue UTA in the wake of the CAA-ICM deal. “No, we don’t need it,” Emanuel replied. Asked about the CAA-ICM deal, Emanuel said: “I think what they bought basically was five incredible TV writers … They bought a very good book business and a very good soccer business out of Europe.” He also said that the deal “validated” Endeavor’s strategy when...