LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- An Arkansas television anchorwoman found beaten at her home this week has died in a hospital.
An official at St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center says 26-year-old Anne Pressly died Saturday.
She was beaten around the head and was being kept sedated in a hospital. She couldn't communicate with her family or police.
She was discovered Monday morning a half-hour before she was to appear on the "Daybreak" program on ABC affiliate KATV. Her mother went to her home after she didn't answer her regular wake-up call.
Police haven't identified a suspect.
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